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.
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Director (Head of), Investor Relations
Reporting to the President & Chief Operating Officer, the (Sr/Exec) Director of Investor Relations holds enterprise-level responsibility for strategic and tactical leadership of the Company’s investor relations function and plays an important role in developing the Company’s communication strategy. This role’s ultimate mandate is to ensure consistent messaging across all investor relations platforms including building and managing relationships with the investment community such as investors, sell-side analysts and other investment community stakeholders and influencers.
Document Control Associate
The Document Control Associate will assist with the day-to-day document control activities within the Quality Assurance department as well as other key departments at Neurocrine to ensure that all GxP-regulated documents are filed systematically and easily retrievable.
The Quality Assurance (QA) Specialist will be responsible for assisting in the oversight of laboratory analyses and operations as they relate to QA. This key functional role will operate within a cross-functional GXP QA Team and supports internal QA functions. This position will be responsible for reviewing and maintaining cGMP analytical documentation, interacting with manufacturing vendors and analytical contract labs and assist in the conduct of external and internal audits. The QA Specialist shall provide oversight to ensure compliance with company policies and procedures, ICH, FDA and EU requirements, cGMP, and other applicable requirements.
Manager of Document Control
The Manager/Sr. Manager of Document Control will oversee documents (both electronic and paper copies) within Quality Assurance, Regulatory Affairs, and other key departments at Neurocrine to ensure that all GXP regulated documents are filed systematically and are easily retrievable. Duties will include management of GXP records, lifecycle management of records, maintenance of the document database, and troubleshooting document issues and requests.
Principal Investigator, Research (Biology)
Primary role will be to work closely with the group to identify new drug target opportunities and expand our drug pipeline, through in-house research studies, the establishment of external collaborations, and the application of new technologies. The successful applicant will have a rich knowledge of neuroscience, endocrinology, and cell and molecular biology, and can apply their experience to drug target identification and validation.
Principal Investigator, Toxicology
The Principal Investigator will have a key role in the discovery and development of Neurocrine’s development compounds. Working with Neurocrine colleagues, the Principal Investigator will participate in all stages Toxicology/Safety Pharmacology assessment, from study planning through to regulatory submission. In this role, the individual will provide strategic and operations direction ensuring all studies are conducted in line with appropriate guidelines and regulatory testing standards and individual program objectives. The individual will also represent Toxicology on Development teams and regularly interface with colleagues to ensure timely and accurate dissemination of Toxicology/Safety pharmacology findings.
Scientist, Research – Laboratory Automation
We are seeking a motivated, creative, and innovative Scientist with proven expertise in modern liquid handling, robotics, automation, and informatics systems supporting biology research. The ideal candidate must possess the ability to interact and coordinate with a team of scientists to implement and optimize novel technologies creating the backbone of our drug discovery research group.
Manager, Medical Affairs, Training & 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 Head of Medical Affairs and be a member of the Medical Affairs senior leadership team.
Manager, Medical Communications
The Medical Communications Manager will be a key contributor within the Medical Communications Department and serve as an expert scientific content resource for the broader organization with a diverse set of responsibilities.
Network Systems Manager
Responsible for managing and supporting the corporate IT infrastructure including network, security, server and storage administration.
As Scientist, Preformulation, the employee will design and execute preformulation and physical characterization studies to support product development from early discovery through commercialization. Fully characterize API and Drug Product (DP) materials to inform development decisions for Research, Preformulation, Chemistry, and Formulation.
Intellectual Property Attorney
The attorney will help develop comprehensive global strategies for expanding Neurocrine's intellectual property protection around key compounds, platforms and other technologies to ensure Neurocrine's long-term competitive advantage.
Director, Analytical Development
The Analytical Development Director will report directly to the Sr. Director of Analytical Development and will provide strategic planning and management for selected projects and departmental initiatives. The incumbent will provide supervision and mentorship to analytical development staff members engaged in analytical development activities supporting drug substance and drug product development enabling first-in-human trials through post approval changes to marketed products.
Scientist – Tissue Culture
The primary role will be to provide tissue culture support for multiple drug discovery programs by managing multiple cell lines per the stage of the program.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (include, but are not limited to):
Responsibility for cell culture maintenance, reagent preparation, cell plating for use in assays, cell line generation, culture expansion, cryopreservation, and membrane preparation.
Sr. Human Resources / Benefits Representative
Provide general Human Resources support in benefits design and administration, new hire orientation, immigration, employee relations, and special projects as needed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to:
Maintain knowledge of and apply legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions and ensures policies, procedures, and reporting are in compliance, especially for benefits.
Principal Investigator, Analytical
The Analytical Development Principal Investigator will report directly to the Sr. Director of Analytical Development and lead the progression CMC analytical activities for one or more of Neurocrine’s pipeline projects.
Facilities Technician – Temp
Responsible for day to day facilities operations to include:
• General building repair & maintenance
• Installation, repair, and maintenance of furniture/fixtures/equipment in both lab and office areas
• Special projects as assigned to support both the facilities and EHS teams
Assist Chief Financial Officer by performing Treasury functions, risk management analysis, tax compliance, revenue analysis, forecasting and managing financial administration.
Principal Investigator, Chemical Development
Responsible for research and development, tech transfer and commercialization of drug substance processes, as well as oversight of batch manufacturing and regulatory document contribution through managerial and individual input. Provides project management for Chemical Development projects.
Scientist, Chemical Development
Responsible for independently carrying out tasks to develop processes and support scale up and manufacturing of drug substances.
The Scientist, Formulation Development will be responsible for supporting formulation of solid oral drug products to support clinical development though registration and initial commercialization. The primary functions encompass product development and manufacturing with secondary functions supporting the other pharmaceutical sciences departments as required.
The Bioanalytical Manager is responsible for overseeing the development and implementation of both internal and external bioanalytical methods in support of discovery, GLP toxicokinetic (TK) and clinical pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamic (PK/PD) studies.
Assoc. Dir./Director, Clinical Pharmacometrics
This individual will be responsible for all internal and external clinical PK and PK/PD modeling and simulation activities. The primary initial responsibility will be to oversee the design, conduct, and reporting of modeling and simulation analyses conducted by external CROs in support of product registration of a small molecule therapeutic.
Will primarily function in the role of a Medical Safety Physician with the Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety Department and also function as a Medical Director in the clinical development programs. Neurocrine has a smaller, entrepreneurial environment, and offers the opportunity to have broader involvement in many activities.
Manager, Formulation Development
The Manager, Formulation Development will be responsible for formulation development and clinical manufacturing of drug products for drug candidates to support preclinical studies, clinical development, registration and initial commercialization. The primary functions encompass product development and manufacturing with secondary functions supporting the other pharmaceutical sciences departments as required.
Head of Commercial Analytics
This position supports marketing and product development strategic and tactical decision making for the Company as leader of the team responsible for providing objective, in-depth information and insights based on primary market research, secondary analytics, and advanced analytics.
Medical Science Liaison (OH, MI, IN, KY)
The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) organization is part of Medical Affairs within the Clinical organization. The MSLs 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.
Vice President, Investor Relations and Corporate Communications
Reporting to the President & Chief Operating Officer, the Vice President of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications holds enterprise-level responsibility for strategic and tactical leadership of company communications. This broad role’s ultimate mandate is to ensure consistent messaging across all platforms to all stakeholders, both internal and external.
Scientist – In Vitro
Seeking a collaborative and dynamic In Vitro Pharmacologist to join our Biology team. The primary role will be to act as Biology lead on several drug discovery project teams. Responsibilities will include development of robust cell-based and biochemical assays supporting the drug discovery process, delivering robust SAR data and deep dive explorations of MOA.