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- Study Director for General Toxicology, Inotiv, Gaithersburg, MD
- Health Scientist Administrator (Program Officer), Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, NIAID/NIH, Bethesda, MD
- Inhalation Toxicology Division Manager, IIT Research Institute, Chicago, IL
- Non-Clinical Study Monitor—Pharmacology/Toxicology, AnaptysBio, San Diego, CA
- Senior Research Associate—Bioanalytics/Toxicology/Pharmacology, AnaptysBio, San Diego, CA
- Associate Principal Scientist, Toxicokinetics, Merck Sharpe & Dohme Corp., West Point, PA
- Senior Scientist I/II/III, Toxicology Study Director, AbbVie, Inc., Chicago, IL
- Associate Director, Toxicology, Global Blood Therapeutics, South San Francisco, CA
- Associate Director, Toxicology, Scholar Rock, Cambridge, MA
- Study Director—Toxicology, Sinclair Research Center, Auxvasse, MO
Study Director for General Toxicology
Company Name: Inotiv
Location: Gaithersburg, MD
Posted: May 22, 2020
Consider joining Inotiv as a Study Director/Toxicologist in our Gaithersburg, MD location. Our team is known for our scientific expertise, responsiveness to clients, and helping our clients meet key milestones on time. We foster an energetic, fast-paced environment and pride ourselves on the professionalism, motivation, flexibility and dedication of our team in supporting research that makes a real impact on people's lives.
We want your career with us to be enjoyable and rewarding, so if this sounds like the opportunity for you, come join us!
Essential Position Responsibilities:
- Manages complex toxicology studies in accordance with established protocols, SOPs, GLPs, and other pertinent regulatory requirements.
- Conduct several toxicology studies in multiple species concurrently.
- Develop study protocols/amendments and assure that protocols and protocol amendments are in compliance with relevant guidelines
- Monitor, approve and ensure progress of all study activities, including animal orders, formulation procedures, randomization, data collection and timeframes.
- Review study data for scientific quality, animal welfare, and compliance with protocol, SOPs, and applicable regulations.
- Prepare final reports with appropriate interpretation of results and ensure timely submission to Sponsor.
- Address any unforeseen circumstances and ensure appropriate corrective actions and documentation are taken.
- Respond to Quality Assurance audits.
- Regularly communicate with study Sponsors including hosting on-site visits and travel to client sites.
- Engages with clients and assists business development.
- Reviews and develops new procedures, technologies, and SOPs as required.
- Serves as a professional resource to other departments.
Skills and Expertise:
- Knowledge of general toxicology study designs and conduct
- Proficiency in basic computer applications (email, word processing and spread sheets.
- Ability to work both independently and in a team atmosphere
- Well-developed presentation, writing, communication, and interpersonal interaction
- Demonstrate strong problem solving and decision-making skills.
- Knowledge or experience of GLPs and the contract research industry
Ph.D. in toxicology or related field and at least 3 years of experience, or a M.S. in toxicology or related field and at least 5 years of experience directing non-clinical In vivo studies at a CRO or pharmaceutical company. The candidate should have completed D.A.B.T certification or be D.A.B.T. eligible.
Inotiv offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including health and dental insurance, a 401(k) plan, disability insurance, and life insurance.
Health Scientist Administrator (Program Officer)
Company Name: Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases,
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases,
National Institutes of Health
Location: Bethesda, MD
Posted: May 14, 2020
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), one of the largest Institutes of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is seeking exceptional applicants with diverse skill sets in toxicology to serve as a program officer in the Division of Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (DMID). DMID supports extramural research to control and prevent diseases caused by virtually all human infectious agents except HIV and directs a program of research grants and contracts in microbiology and infectious diseases.
The program officer will manage or contribute to animal model qualification packages and be responsible for monitoring and auditing nonclinical laboratories for toxicology, bioanalytical, pharmacokinetics, animal rule, natural history, and/or efficacy studies. The program officer will also serve as a team lead in the Office of Regulatory Affairs to provide toxicology, pathology, and regulatory support to ensure the safety and efficacy of target product candidates (vaccines and therapeutics). This position is integral in providing support for strategic development plans, nonclinical study conduct, and recommendations for logistical coordination of nonclinical studies with clinical trials. This program officer position is critical to the division in ensuring that all the nonclinical studies being performed are done in a manner that will be acceptable to the US FDA and can be used to support product licensure.
Candidates must be US citizens and demonstrate that they have worked independently in planning, organizing, and conducting biomedical behavioral health or health-related research and served effectively in research program administration in these fields.
A board-certified toxicologist/toxicologic pathologist, with expertise in nonclinical regulatory toxicology, animal rule requirements, drug and vaccine safety, toxicologic pathology (particularly dermal, renal, reproductive pathology, and pathology of infectious disease), clinical pathology, and immunopathology is preferred.
To ApplyVisit USAJobs.gov and access the health scientist administrator/scientific review officer vacancy announcements NIH-GR-DE-20-10807442 (US citizens) and/or NIH-GR-MP-20-10812389 (status candidates) from May 18 through May 27, 2020.
For more information about health scientist administrator positions and qualification requirements, visit Global Recruitment: Recruiting for all of NIH.
Visit NIAID Careers for more information about NIAID and additional career opportunities.
HHS, NIH, and NIAID are equal opportunity employers.
Inhalation Toxicology Division Manager
Company Name: IIT Research Institute
Location: Chicago, IL
Posted: May 12, 2020
IIT Research Institute (IITRI), a Chicago-based biomedical research and development organization, is seeking an accomplished aerosol scientist or toxicologist to lead our Inhalation Toxicology Division. This position resides in Chicago. Responsibilities include:
- provide scientific and administrative leadership to inhalation toxicology programs and divisional operations
- serve as Principal Investigator for government and industry programs in inhalation toxicology
- collaborate with scientists within and outside of IITRI to perform interdisciplinary programs involving inhaled materials
- mentor, develop, and motivate divisional staff to ensure effective project management and performance
- develop and implement short-term and long-term plans for divisional growth and to meet budgetary goals
- partner with the IITRI business development team to expand sponsorship of inhalation programs.
This position requires:
- a PhD with 10+ years of experience performing in vivo safety and efficacy assessments of drugs, biotechnology products, and other materials in a GLP environment
- board certification in toxicology (DABT) strongly preferred.
- a proven track record of extramural (government or commercial) research funding.
Academic scientists with a history of NIH funding, and CRO or industrial scientists with a demonstrated record of productivity are especially encouraged to apply.
IITRI offers a competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package. Relocation benefits available. For immediate consideration, please email resume to email@example.com. You may also submit your application at iitri.org/careers.
IITRI is an equal opportunity employer.
Non-Clinical Study Monitor—Pharmacology/Toxicology
Company Name: AnaptysBio
Location: San Diego, CA
Posted: May 01, 2020
We are seeking an experienced Pharmacologist/Toxicologist to contribute to contribute to the success of a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing first-in-class immunology therapeutic product candidates for patients. We are focused on emerging immune control mechanisms applicable to inflammation and immuno-oncology indications. As a key team member, this role is responsible for setting nonclinical strategies and the planning and execution of pharmacology/toxicology studies needed to progress discovery targets into early clinical trials and later development stages. This includes in vivo pharmacology studies; early safety de-risking strategies; design, and conduct of exploratory and GLP toxicity studies; study directing/monitoring; data and report review; and contribution to regulatory submissions.
This position reports to the Associate Director, Pharmacology and Toxicology.
Key Responsibilities Include:
- Serve as the point person for managing GLP and non-GLP nonclinical pharmacology, toxicology, and pharmacokinetic studies including study communications, activities and documents from study planning through study closure (finalization and archiving).
- Prepare and/or coordinate the review of study protocols, reports and other study documents to ensure accuracy and enable the timely execution and completion of nonclinical studies.
- Manage and communicate study timelines and milestones with stakeholder input.
- In partnership with the Lead Scientist, contribute to the nonclinical study designs and regulatory submissions (as applicable).
- Facilitate sample logistics, test article tracking and data transfer.
- Develop operational work plans including requests for proposals/quotes, tracking of project milestones, timelines, and develop risk mitigation strategies.
- Communicate, manage and resolve study changes and issues and know when and how to escalate issues.
- As study monitor ensure GLP compliance of and adherence to external and internal SOPs.
- PhD in Pharmacology, Toxicology or other relevant field with 5+ years of industry experience (or Bachelors/Masters with 10 plus years of equivalent industry experience) as a project toxicologist, study monitor.
- Experience specifically supporting drug discovery research and development from a toxicology standpoint.
- Experience in designing, conducting, monitoring and interpreting nonclinical toxicology studies.
- Working knowledge of GLP regulations, ICH, and other regulatory guidance documents, and experience conducting and monitoring toxicology studies is critical.
Senior Research Associate—Bioanalytics/Toxicology/Pharmacology
Company Name: AnaptysBio
Location: San Diego, CA
Posted: May 01, 2020
We are seeking an experienced Senior Research Associate to contribute to the success of a clinical-stage biotechnology company developing first-in-class immunology therapeutic product candidates for patients. We are focused on emerging immune control mechanisms applicable to inflammation and immuno-oncology indications. As a key member within the Pharmacology and Toxicology department, the successful candidate will contribute to the bioanalytical responsibilities including assay method development, transfer, validation and oversight of sample analysis at Contract Research Organizations (CROs) in accordance with current guidance in the industry to advance research, pre-clinical and clinical stage programs.
Key Responsibilities Include:
- Support all bioanalysis efforts for preclinical and clinical studies, including biological activity, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and immunogenicity analysis.
- Design and execute bioanalytical experiments in support of preclinical studies and clinical programs in a fast-paced, highly interactive environment.
- Manage CRO relationships, processes, including method development/transfer, optimization, validation, critical reagent supply and assay lifecycle management; enable stage-appropriate bioanalytical support for internal and external partners and programs.
- Support the development of assays to measure the in vitro and in vivo interaction of biopharmaceutical drugs with their cellular targets. Develop flow cytometry-based methods for receptor occupancy of biotherapeutics to cell surface targets in whole blood samples, and transfer of the methods to external CRO partners to support pre-clinical and clinical studies.
- Develop, qualify and transfer cell based neutralizing antibody assays and PD biomarker assays
- Review, present and report results to internal/external teams and in internally authored technical reports.
- Design, author and review method validation plans, method qualification and validation reports, sample analysis plans and bioanalytical study reports.
- Develop operational work plans including requests for proposals/quotes, tracking of project milestones, timelines, develop risk mitigation strategies and technical troubleshooting.
- Manages and maintains equipment, reagents and dedicated laboratory environment needed to carry out assignments.
- Follows internal SOPs and ensures CROs are following current regulatory guidances in the development, validation and execution of GLP bioanalytical assays.
- BS degree in biological sciences and 5 years of pharmaceutical industry experience in supporting bioanalysis for nonclinical and clinical studies
- Three years experience with development and implementation of GLP-compliant bioanalytical assays to support regulatory submissions.
- Experience developing, implementing and troubleshooting ELISA, flow cytometry and cell based assays.
- Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Hands-on experience with pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and immunogenicity assay development and validation
- Excellent organizational and project management skills required for extensive interactions with multiple CROs and external study monitoring responsibilities.
- Experience with whole blood and primary cell assays.
Key Leadership Competencies:
- Independently builds strong relationships with peers, cross functionally teams and with partners to enable delivering on timelines and team goals.
- Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills, teamwork, and attention to detail.
- Creates a learning environment, open to suggestions and experimentation for improvement.
Associate Principal Scientist, Toxicokinetics
Company Name: Merck Sharpe & Dohme Corp.
Location: West Point, PA
Posted: March 30, 2020
Our organization is looking for a Toxicokineticist within the Department of Safety Assessment and Laboratory Animal Sciences in West Point, PA to support our small molecules and biologics pipeline. The Toxicokineticist will primarily be responsible for designing, conducting, interpreting and reporting in approaches to address toxicology issues for development programs.
- Design, conduct and interpret toxicokinetics on in vivo nonclinical toxicity studies to support Good Laboratory Practice and non-GLP nonclinical safety and investigative studies for small molecules and biologics
- Collaborate with toxicology, pathology, clinical pathology, safety pharmacology, genetic toxicology, reproductive toxicology, investigational toxicology, and pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and drug metabolism colleagues
- Participate on internal due diligence projects for toxicokinetic evaluation on nonclinical programs.
- Future potential to represent the Department of Safety Assessment and Laboratory Animal Sciences on cross-functional early drug development project teams for nonclinical safety assessment of drug candidates; responsible for providing nonclinical safety assessment strategy, design nonclinical toxicity studies, and authoring nonclinical toxicology sections of regulatory filings.
- PhD in Pharmacokinetics, Toxicology, Pharmacology or related scientific discipline
- Completion of relevant postdoctoral research
- 0–3 years of relevant experience after PhD
- Strong knowledge and hands-on experience in drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics methods, and pharmacokinetic modeling
- Strong scientific understanding of Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics and toxicokinetics
- Able to work independently, but also strongly and actively participate on project teams
- Strong and effective writing and communication skills
- Strong desire to continue learning and evolving with a rapidly changing research environment
- Experience and working knowledge of conducting pharmacokinetic analyses in Phoenix WinNonlin
We are a research-driven biopharmaceutical company. Our mission is built on the simple premise that if we “follow the science” and that great medicines can make a significant impact to our world. And we believe that a research-driven enterprise dedicated to world-class science can succeed by inventing medicine and vaccine innovations that make a difference for patients across the globe.
INVENT. IMPACT. INSPIRE.
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Senior Scientist I/II/III, Toxicology Study Director
Company Name: AbbVie, Inc.
Location: Chicago (Lake County), IL
Posted: February 19, 2020
AbbVie (NYSE:ABBV) is a global, research-driven biopharmaceutical company committed to developing innovative advanced therapies for some of the world’s most complex and critical conditions. The company’s mission is to use its expertise, dedicated people and unique approach to innovation to markedly improve treatments across four primary therapeutic areas: immunology, oncology, virology and neuroscience. In more than 75 countries, AbbVie employees are working every day to advance health solutions for people around the world. For more information about AbbVie, please visit us at www.abbvie.com. Follow @abbvie on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.
This position is in the Toxicology line function within the Preclinical Safety group and will report to the Director, Associate Director or a Sr. Group leader in Toxicology. This role designs, conducts and reports non-GLP and GLP general toxicology studies in support of drug submissions to regulatory agencies, and requires demonstrated effective written and communication skills.
Core Job Responsibilities:
- The primary responsibility of this job is to function as GLP Study Director for AbbVie internally conducted toxicology studies (90 % of time) and external sponsor monitor for studies conducted at contract research organizations (< 10% of time).
- As Study Director, the incumbent ensures the highest standards in quality and regulatory compliance are met in study conduct and reporting. Accountable for all aspects of GLP report authorship, including writing and reviewing toxicology study reports and preparing assigned components of filing documents that support submissions to global regulatory agencies for drugs in development.
- Serve as scientific expert for studies, during audits and on project teams, committees and other assignments. Accurately identify key scientific findings and effectively communicate findings in reports, presentations, and meetings.
- Demonstrate the ability to resolve key project study and assumptions by effectively utilizing available information and technical expertise.
- Responsible for all aspects of GLP compliance within assigned studies and related departmental activities. Design, conduct and report toxicology studies appropriate to overall development plans and aligned with regulatory expectations.
- Apply external scientific and regulatory information to development strategies and business practices.
- The Toxicologist must design/critically evaluate and interpret experiments, record, tabulate and report results and significant issues. The Toxicologist must understand and follow established procedures and practices, ensure compliance with established procedures within the function, as well as possess a good understanding of appropriate FDA, ICH and OECD regulations and guidelines. The level of this opportunity will be commensurate with experience. The position could be a Sr. Scientist III, Toxicology depending on experience.
Responsible for GLP and non-GLP study conduct and project science within his/her area of expertise on one or more project teams. Demonstrates Toxicology expertise with agility, accountability and excellent communication skills. Demonstrates the ability to resolve study design and regulatory issues and key project hurdles and assumptions by effectively utilizing available information and technical expertise. Effective writer and communicator of research or other regulatory materials. Proactively seek relevant information in the literature and incorporate this into knowledge of Toxicology practices and overall program issues.
- BS and 7–12 years of experience; MS with 5–10 years of experience; PhD with 0–4 years of experience in Toxicology or closely related field, AND toxicology study director experience in pharmaceutical or contract research organization setting is REQUIRED.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively communicate scientific data, issues and conclusions; work within small teams and in a matrix reporting structure environment; lead scientific issue identification and resolution.
Job level will be commensurate with experience.
Applying online: abbvie.referrals.selectminds.com
Associate Director, Toxicology
Company Name: Global Blood Therapeutics
Location: South San Francisco, CA
Posted: February 6, 2020
Global Blood Therapeutics (GBT) is a biopharmaceutical company determined to discover, develop, and deliver innovative treatments that provide hope to underserved patient communities. The company has one FDA-approved therapy for sickle cell disease and one investigational therapy in development for the disease.
We are seeking for a toxicologist to interact with research and development teams to design critical pathways for nominating compounds as development candidates, design and conduct safety evaluation of development candidates to support clinical trials and registration, and to prepare nonclinical sections of regulatory submissions. This position is an individual contributor role and reports to the Head of Toxicology.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Serves as Project Toxicologist on project teams in Research and Development
- Collaborates with Research to develop critical pathways to select development candidates
- Designs and manages studies for regulatory submissions that support clinical trials and product registration
- Interacts with regulatory agencies on toxicity issues related to their projects
- Maintains awareness of current and emerging standard practices and guidelines in the field
- Academic training in toxicology, pathology or related discipline, preferably with advanced degree (PhD, DVM) and board certification (DABT, DACVP)
- At least 10 years of relevant experience in toxicology with a minimum of 7 years in pharmaceutical drug development
- Development experience with small molecules (required) and biologics (desired)
- Ability to work with interdisciplinary teams
- Excellent communication skills
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Experience with managing studies conducted at CROs
Fit with GBT culture:
- Ability to build strong relationships with co-workers of various backgrounds and expertise
- Ability to function at a high level in a team setting whether leading the group or acting as an individual contributor
- Values-based leadership consistent with GBT's Core Values
- Excitement about the vision and mission of GBT
NOTE: This position summary is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
Global Blood Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
If you are interested in applying, please visit www.gbt.com/careers
Associate Director, Toxicology
Company Name: Scholar Rock
Location: Cambridge, MA
Posted: January 3, 2020
Scholar Rock is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on creating a robust pipeline of product candidates with the potential to transform the lives of patients suffering from a wide range of serious diseases, including neuromuscular disorders, cancer, fibrosis and anemia. Our proprietary platform is built upon newly elucidated understanding of the molecular mechanisms of growth factor activation, which has led to the discovery and development of monoclonal antibodies that locally and selectively target these signaling proteins at the cellular level.
Our lead product candidate, SRK-015, is a highly specific inhibitor of myostatin activation and is currently being evaluated in a Phase 2 proof-of-concept trial for the treatment of patients with Type 2 and Type 3 Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). SRK-015 has received Orphan Drug Designation in both the US and EU.
We are also advancing SRK-181, a highly specific inhibitor of TGFβ1 activation, into clinical development with plans to initiate a Phase 1 trial in patients with solid tumors in mid-2020. We believe SRK-181 has the potential to treat tumors resistant to checkpoint blockade therapy, such as anti-PD(L)1 antibodies.
Summary of Position:
Scholar Rock is seeking an outstanding individual with experience in nonclinical toxicology to join our research team in discovering and developing novel biologic therapies that target protein growth factors in the disease microenvironment. The successful candidate will be involved in assessing potential toxicities of novel antibodies that specifically modulate the function of disease-causing growth factors in such therapeutic areas as musculoskeletal diseases, fibrosis, cancer, hematology and autoimmunity.
- Plan, execute and monitor toxicology studies for advancing candidates through lead optimization, candidate selection and into IND-enabling studies and beyond.
- Directly interface with contract research organizations (CROs) to request quotes and derive cost estimates, provide input during protocol development and report generation/finalization and monitor study activities.
- Review, summarize, interpret and report results of toxicology and safety pharmacology studies.
- Provide strategic advice to project/program/product teams and senior management, including evaluation of conclusions and potential impact of study results on program and clinical/regulatory strategy.
- Provide nonclinical study support to research, clinical and regulatory teams (including timing and reporting of all nonclinical studies and assuring compliance with all appropriate regulatory guidance).
- Ability to both prepare and critically evaluate written scientific and regulatory documents for overall quality, clarity of presentation, and acceptability of scientific interpretation.
- Capable of highly effective interactions with regulatory bodies in the process of product defense and support of global regulatory submissions.
- Work closely with program leaders, clinical and regulatory teams to develop an overall toxicology development plan.
- PhD in Toxicology or relevant field; with a minimum of 5 years of experience in nonclinical development and proven track record of conducting regulatory toxicology studies (DABT certification preferred but not required).
- Proficient knowledge and hands-on experience in all aspects of toxicology study conduct including general, developmental and reproductive toxicology, carcinogenicity, toxicokinetics, and safety pharmacology.
- Experience in designing, conducting, monitoring, and interpreting discovery and exploratory toxicology studies to assist lead optimization and candidate selection efforts (experience with biologic drugs preferred).
- Experienced in management of external CROs.
- Ability to interpret and integrate complex data sets across multiple disciplines including pharmacology, DMPK, toxicology and pathology assessing the clinical relevance and impact.
- Familiarity with GLP requirements and ICH guidelines.
- Proficient in scientific documentation (IND, IBs. NDAs etc.) supporting submissions to regulatory agencies (FDA, EMA).
- Experience representing function to global regulatory agencies in support of submissions.
- Strong interpersonal skills to work effectively in a team setting/matrix-type organization.
- Critical problem solving and organizational skills required.
- Excellent oral and written communication capabilities, essential for successful contributions.
Company Name: Sinclair Research Center
Location: Location: Auxvasse, MO
Posted: December 3, 2019
Who We Are:
We provide the highest quality research due, in large part, to our employees. Our company is built on flexibility, outstanding service, and an amazing team. Sinclair Research offers specialty biomedical research services in a large range of species encompassing most categories of applied human and veterinary medicine. Our uniqueness includes our broad experience, the availability of multiple animal models, and one of the largest herds of miniature swine in the United States. We remain flexible and can tailor our efforts to almost any special procedure that is requested or designed. We strive to retain’re Looking For:
Sinclair Research is a growing, successful nonclinical CRO and is currently looking for an experienced toxicology Study Director to start immediately. As a Study Director you will be responsible for participating in the design of nonclinical safety studies as well as providing the scientific oversight of the study, including the interpretation of the data in the study report. These studies will involve the standard laboratory animal species (mice, rats, dogs, non-human primates, and swine) and typical test article types (small molecules, biopharmaceuticals, vaccines, etc.). It will also involve the ability to manage multisite studies, and maintaining the reporting timeline. You will be responsible for maintaining excellent Sponsor communications for your assigned studies. You may also assist in developing SOP’s, training materials, policies, and procedures regarding research conduct at Sinclair.
What You’ll Need:
Experience in the design, conduct, and interpretation of nonclinical toxicology studies along with excellent communication skills with Sponsors is a must. An advanced degree with at least 3 years’ experience is required. A Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study with at least five years of related experience, would also be considered. Experience in a CRO and toxicology are strongly preferred, and board certification is definitely a bonus. If you enjoy being part of a dynamic team, and share our passion for research, Sinclair is your company.
What You’ll Get in Return:
Do you like to have fun at work and be greeted in the halls? What about wearing scrubs every day, hanging out with your coworkers socially, and still getting to contribute to Scientific Research in a meaningful way? At Sinclair Research, we are team and our philosophy is to hire the best employees and provide them with opportunities to become exceptional!
Some of our benefits include health insurance, paid leave, paid Holidays, 401k matching, bi-weekly performance bonuses, annual reviews and year-end bonuses, and educational assistance. We also enjoy hanging out at our monthly employer sponsored lunches, monthly social events, annual picnic and holiday party, and even play kickball together during the summer. At Sinclair, we believe our passion drives your success and your success is our future.
Apply Today at Sinclair Careers.