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.
Regulatory Affairs Associate
Assists with the preparation of submissions to regulatory authorities, with minimal supervision (e.g. clinical trial applications, initial IND and maintenance submissions, annual reports, and expedited safety reports).
The Sr. Paralegal will work on problems of diverse scope in which analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors and assist with the drafting, negotiating, reviewing, and filing of a high volume of contracts.
Marketing Analyst / Manager
This individual will be responsible for developing and maintaining market assessments and commercialization plans for our development programs, and build collaborations with Research and Development, and help to shape the pipeline to maximize commercial success.
Director, Medical Affairs
Working from our San Diego office, this individual leads & manages the MSL team and medical education function while working closely across multiple disciplines, including clinical project teams, clinical project managers, business development, regulatory, marketing and others as needed.
This individual will manage GCP QA activities in support of NBI development projects and commercial product clinical trials.
Design, plan, write study protocols, and conduct controlled experiments to characterize toxicological properties of new investigational drugs.
This scientist will independently conduct synthesis and process development activities for preclinical and clinical candidates.
Associate Scientist, CMC
This associate will conduct synthesis and process development activities for preclinical and clinical candidates under the supervision of a senior staff member.