At Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. highly-motivated individuals are working as a team to make a significant impact upon our business while progressing in their careers. We believe we have the best environment for “sky-is-the-limit” creativity, contribution, and learning. Neurocrine’s people, science, and culture are the ingredients that will bring us success in our mission.
Notice to Search Firms/Third Party Recruitment Agencies (Recruiters)
The Human Resources team manages the recruitment and employment process for Neurocrine. To protect the interest of all parties involved, Neurocrine will only accept resumes from a recruiter if an executed search agreement is in place at the start of the recruitment effort. Unsolicited resumes sent to Neurocrine from recruiters do not constitute any type of relationship between the recruiter and Neurocrine and do not obligate Neurocrine to pay fees should we hire from those resumes. Recruiters are requested not to contact or present candidates directly to our hiring managers or employees.
Executive Assistant, Commercial
The Executive Assistant will support our Chief Commercial Officer, Senior level team members, as well as their related departments. This person will work under general guidance and have responsibility for many aspects of the department's administrative tasks, projects and/or processes.
Manager, Medical Marketing
This position is responsible for the development, management, and execution of the valbenazine/tardive dyskinesia education strategy and tactical plan to effectively support commercial objectives.
Manager, Marketing Operations
This position will focus on the development and delivery of key operational capabilities and processes across the Company’s commercial organization. Working closely with Marketing, Sales, Access & Reimbursement, and within Commercial Analytics and Operations, the individual supports sales, marketing, access/reimbursement and commercial analytics and operations efforts by creating and managing the integrated cross functional commercial project plan for launch and related budget, handling the logistical planning of key internal commercial meetings, managing the promotional fulfillment and campaign management vendor/system ownership, and executing key commercial projects as needed.
Medical Science Liaisons
The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) organization is part of Medical Affairs within the Clinical organization. The MSLs, based regionally across the US, will interact with scientific leaders and healthcare decision makers to communicate and advance the scientific platform for therapeutic areas that are aligned with the overall corporate strategy. Additionally, MSLs will support company sponsored and investigator-initiated research, deliver clinical and pharmacoeconomic presentations to payers, train faculty for the speaker’s bureau, support scientific congresses, and be a resource for medical and scientific inquires. MSLs may also represent the company at identified patient advocacy, professional society, or other meetings. Additionally, MSLs may also participate on Company committees or engage in project work.
Manager / Sr. Manager, Medical Affairs Training, Metrics, Planning and Operations
This position will be responsible for the overall Medical Affairs needs in training, metrics, planning and operations. The position will work closely with Medical Science Liaison (MSL), Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR), and Medical Communications leadership to develop the on-boarding and training curriculum for Medical Affairs staff, strategic business plans and goals, annual budgets, reporting metrics, information system requirements and associated reporting capabilities. In addition, the position will report to the Vice President for Medical Affairs and be a member of the Medical Affairs senior leadership team.
Manager/Senior Manager, Medical Communications
The Medical Communications Manager will be a key contributor to the Medical Affairs Department and serve as an expert scientific content resource for the broader organization with a diverse set of responsibilities.
Regional Director, Medical Science Liaison
The Directors (n=2, one East Coast and one West Coast) for field Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) will report to the Vice President of Medical Affairs and be members of the Medical Affairs senior leadership team and report directly to the Vice President of Medical Affairs.
Director, Health Economics
The Director of Health Economics will have responsibility for the design and implementation of the Company’s Health Economic and Outcomes Research (HEOR) strategies and tactics. The position will be responsible for leading the development and implementation of customer specific HEOR plans that include the generation, interpretation and communication of data/information assessing the medical value of Neurocrine assets. This individual will work closely with the Head of Market Access and other cross-functional stakeholders to develop payer plans.
Clinical Document Specialist
Under general guidance from the Director of Clinical Operations and the Clinical Trial Manager, the Document Specialist will support the clinical team in clinical document processing from study start up through archival of completed study.