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Sr. Study Director / Infusion Toxicology

Company Name:
Career Transitions, LLC
The Senior Study Director of Infusion Toxicogolgy is responsible for the overall planning and conduct of the non-clinical investigations, in accordance with applicable regulatory guidelines and contemporary scientific practice. These investigations will deal primarily with infusion dosing in both small and large animal species. The individual is expected to operate within the essential functions of the Study Director role, particularly with respect to client communications and scientific expertise, while expanding a viable client base and serving in a mentoring relationship to other scientists.

Duties & Responsibilities
Study Management: Performs as a Study Director in the conduct of study performance as described under GLP standards.
Scientific Expertise and Regulatory Compliance: Interprets, evaluates, and reports studies, and provides peer reviews; develops protocols, remains knowledgeable of advances in field of expertise, and ensures conduct of preclinical investigations, in accordance with applicable regulatory guidelines and contemporary scientific practice.
Communications: Communicates both internally and externally in writing and verbally; consult and negotiate with customers.
Business Development: Consults and advises Sponsors on design, pricing, and scheduling of studies; maintains market and business development with potential and future clients with a focus on customer service; establishes on-going repeat business with an ever-increasing number of clients.
Mentoring: Shares experiences with other Study Directors and company staff members to enhance their knowledge and skills.
Process Improvement: Serves on appropriate company process improvement teams.
Completes related duties, as assigned.
Demonstrates commitment to quality.
Efficiently prioritizes and delegates workload.
Goals and objectives as defined in prior year?s evaluation, as applicable
Adheres to safety procedures at all times.
Qualifications:
PhD in relevant field and 5 years of Study Director experience; or BS/MS in relevant field and 10 years of Study Director experience.
DABT-Certification preferred.
Candidates with experience in the contract research industry and/or in the drug development industry are preferred.
Demonstrated experience in designing, conducting, and interpreting short/long term infusion studies in commonly-used research animals is required.
Previous sales skills/experience in dealing with clients is critical as this position will assist the company's sales staff in selling infusion studies externally.
Additional factors for consideration include, but are not limited to: publications / presentations; continuing education credits; professional society memberships / positions (i.e., committees, education boards, etc.); certifications; showing good scientific judgment, and participation in company development projects.
Basic familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite.
Computer skills, commensurate with Essential Functions and including ability to learn a validated system.
Ability to work extended hours beyond normal work schedule to include, but not limited to, evenings, weekends, extended shifts and/or extra shifts, sometimes on short notice.
Ability to work under specific time constraints.

Benefits at a Glance:
Two choices of medical coverage, including prescription drug and vision coverage
Two choices of dental coverage
Medical and dependent pre-tax flexible spending accounts
Paid time off bank and holidays
Retirement savings plan ? 401K plan with company matching on employee contributions
Short/Long term disability plans, voluntary life insurance, and company paid life insurance
Tuition reimbursement program
Employee assistance program

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