Analyst, Healthcare

Job Locations China-Shanghai


EIU Healthcare


The Economist Intelligence Unit - Healthcare (Clearstate), offers healthcare-focused market and business intelligence services complimented by strategic advisory to help medical device, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare service firms understand their current and potential markets, and implement pragmatic and innovative strategies to ultimately tap into new growth opportunities. EIU Healthcare (Clearstate) aims to further augment its dynamic team by seeking high calibre and talented business consultants keen to grow their career in healthcare business advisory.


We are currently seeking an Analyst to be engaged in projects for the healthcare industry in the areas of market opportunity assessment, go-to-market strategy, customer insights, channel optimization strategy and competitive benchmarking. This position would be based in Shanghai.


How you will contribute

  • Engage in projects within the healthcare industry across Greater China region, in the areas of:
    • go-to-market strategy
    • customer strategy
    • competitive strategy
    • partner assessment
    • business process innovation
  • Support project teams in matters such as solution design, field operation overview, analysis and creative strategy formulation and project presentation
  • Liaise with clients in project kick-offs, updates and deliveries

Experience, skills and professional attributes

 The ideal skills for this role are

  • At least 1-2 years’ experience in research and/or consulting; fresh graduates with good academic results are welcome to apply
  • A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree from top tier universities, preferably Science major, with an MBA
  • Exceptional command of written and spoken Mandarin and English
  • Highly analytical, organized and meticulous consulting skills
  • Ability to work independently and among teams, in a fast paced team structure
  • Superior communication skills


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