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nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 17th, 2018 12:00AM Lab & Facilities Operations, Manager Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 10th, 2018 12:00AM Jul 17th, 2018 04:51AM Jul 17th, 2018 04:51AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 17th, 2018 12:00AM Medical Director Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 11th, 2018 12:00AM Jul 17th, 2018 04:51AM Jul 17th, 2018 04:51AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 18th, 2018 12:00AM Lab & Facilities Operations, Manager Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 10th, 2018 12:00AM Jul 18th, 2018 04:44AM Jul 18th, 2018 04:44AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 18th, 2018 12:00AM Medical Director Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 11th, 2018 12:00AM Jul 18th, 2018 04:44AM Jul 18th, 2018 04:44AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 19th, 2018 12:00AM Lab & Facilities Operations, Manager Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 10th, 2018 12:00AM Merrimack is a biopharmaceutical company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that is outthinking cancer to ensure that patients and their families live fulfilling lives. Our mission is to transform cancer care through the smart design and development of targeted solutions based on a deep understanding of cancer pathways and biological markers.Position Summary:We are seeking a talented individual to broadly manage the laboratory and facilities operations of our company, including overseeing our IACUC and animal research programs, oversight of our environmental health and safety (EH&S) program, and assisting with managing our facilities. A successful candidate would have broad experience in overseeing the general lab operations of a biotech or pharmaceutical company, strong organization skills, and an ability to positively manage a staff of three lab operations team members.The successful candidate will primarily report into the Head of Research with a dotted line to our Head of Corporate Operations, but work across our research, development, and corporate operations groups. Responsibilities:LAB OPERATIONS Manage lab operations staffManage general research laboratories - create safe, orderly, flexible and efficient workplace for scientistsOversee equipment preventive maintenance, calibration and stocking of suppliesProvide quick and effective solutions for equipment repairs and other requestsOversee cell bank operation and cell line database maintenanceAssists with development, forecasting and management of General Research budgetWork with Finance on fixed assets databasesAssist Procurement with purchasing processes optimizationAssist in maintaining licenses, renewal, proper functioning of laboratory software and literature managementAssist with disposition of equipment and unused stocks as necessaryMaintain equipment matrixesFACILITIESCoordinate management of facility with outsourced facilities contractorWork with landlord on building issues, when necessaryOversee maintenance of water treatment system by vendorAssist with design, planning, and management of potential office/lab move in 2019ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY (EH&S) Coordinate EH&S Program including Chemical, Biological, Radiation Safety, Emergency Response and Potent Compound Management per federal, state and local regulatory requirementsMaintain regulatory licenses, permits and registrations with federal, state and local agencies (EPA, OSHA DEP and DPH)Manage hazardous waste collectionDevelop written plans, programs, and training modulesConduct Employee Risk Assessment, Workplace Hazard Assessment and all required trainingConduct incident investigationsManage lab space decommissioning, as needed INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL CARE AND USE COMMITTEE CHAIRProvide “state of the art” animal facility for Merrimack General Research DepartmentManage animal facility staffAssume role of IACUC Coordinator; manage all document email exchanges, electronic and paper filingServe as a member of Administrative Review Group: review protocols and protocol amendments in between the meetingsChair and document IACUC meetings; participate in semiannual IACUC audits and produce IO reportsReview policies and procedures, SOPs, databases, Emergency Preparedness Plan Qualifications:6+ years of pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other laboratory industry experienceExperience with IACUC oversight and ALAC regulationsWorking knowledge of OSHA and state regulations regarding EH&S matters, preferably those specific to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other laboratory industryStrong project management skillsStrong interpersonal, influencing and collaboration skillsAbility to work in a team-oriented, matrix environmentAbility to problem solveExcellent management skills, including the ability to set high but reachable goals, define priorities, manage individual performance, and infuse the team with a sense of purpose and urgencyExcellent communication skills, ability to present in a clear and concise mannerPassion for outthinking cancer Jul 19th, 2018 05:06AM Jul 19th, 2018 05:06AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 19th, 2018 12:00AM Medical Director Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 11th, 2018 12:00AM Position Summary:Merrimack is seeking a talented Medical Director to oversee the direction, planning, and execution, of nanotherapeutic and/or signaling inhibitor clinical programs. The Medical Director will work closely with cross- functional project teams to provide strategic and tactical clinical expertise for these activities. The Medical Director will contribute to the development and advancement of the companion diagnostic programs for each of these clinical programs. S/he will serve as an active member of the medical peer group, will have opportunities to contribute to programs beyond the ones they are assigned to, provide input to protocol development, safety assessment, data review and serve as a valuable resource as the company advances its pipeline at a rapid pace. Responsibilities:Design and execute protocols in collaboration with scientific staff, clinical operations and regulatory leaders, and through CRO partnershipsAssist in the preparation of the clinical portions of regulatory documents to support the program including investigator brochures, medical reports, efficacy and safety summaries and background informationBuild upon the already established relationships with outside clinical investigators and oncology thought leadersAct as global medical monitor for assigned clinical trialsOverseeing all medical/scientific aspects of assigned clinical trials, including identifying study sites, reviewing of eligibility data, reviewing patient profiles (safety and efficacy) on ongoing basis, reviewing query generation, working closely with global Clin Ops, PVG, Data Management, Medical Writing and related functions)Providing clinical support to other global clinical trial leadsCollaborating with program team members (e.g., Clin Ops, PVG, Stats, Data Management, Medical Writing and related functions) on trial executionLeading the review, analysis and interpretation of study dataServe as content owner for assigned clinical trial and other documents where clinical/medical is identified as the content ownerConduct protocol development to include working closely with medical writing and project teams.Write the clinical sections and review of all clinical documents related to the assigned clinical studies (e.g., study protocols and study reports), as well as contributing to related study documents, e.g., Investigator BrochureProvide medical/scientific input and driving/contributing to the creation of these documents, or parts thereofCollaborate with other contributors to these documents to ensure overall consistency and qualityParticipate in program development, including working cross-functionally with all of the disciplines necessary for successful drug development: pre-clinical, manufacturing, quality assurance, regulatory, medical affairs, marketing, legal, biostatistics and data management, pharmacovigilance, and clinical operationsInteract closely with the pre-clinical team, to understand the scientific basis of targeted therapy, and to apply this knowledge to articulating therapeutic strategies and comprehending biomarker explorationDirect protocol implementation, including site identification and communication, attend investigators’ meetings, correspond with sites including IRBs, and interact with operations teamsSupport data analysis and assembly, including clinical study report writing, contribution to the preparation of abstracts, presentations, and manuscriptsAct as medical expert in representing Merrimack when meeting with Health Authorities and academic institutions when requiredWork closely with the PVG department regarding the safety of Merrimack productsInteract closely with the regulatory department and regulatory agencies, taking part in IND submissions, IB authorship, and communication with US and international regulatory agencies Qualifications:MD or MD/PhD, with 3+ years of industry experience in clinical roles is requiredOncology development experience and Board certification in medical oncology and/or hematology, or foreign equivalent is strongly preferredOncology drug development experience with targeted therapeutics in the treatment of solid tumors is strongly preferredCandidates with strong academic experience and significant clinical trial experience may be consideredEffective oral and written communication skills are required, as are excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work with a teamDemonstrated independence, initiative and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.Ability to travel approximately 10% - including visits to investigative sites, regulatory agencies, and attendance at major oncology meetingsPassion for outthinking cancer Jul 19th, 2018 05:06AM Jul 19th, 2018 05:06AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 20th, 2018 12:00AM Lab & Facilities Operations, Manager Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 10th, 2018 12:00AM Merrimack is a biopharmaceutical company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that is outthinking cancer to ensure that patients and their families live fulfilling lives. Our mission is to transform cancer care through the smart design and development of targeted solutions based on a deep understanding of cancer pathways and biological markers.Position Summary:We are seeking a talented individual to broadly manage the laboratory and facilities operations of our company, including overseeing our IACUC and animal research programs, oversight of our environmental health and safety (EH&S) program, and assisting with managing our facilities. A successful candidate would have broad experience in overseeing the general lab operations of a biotech or pharmaceutical company, strong organization skills, and an ability to positively manage a staff of three lab operations team members.The successful candidate will primarily report into the Head of Research with a dotted line to our Head of Corporate Operations, but work across our research, development, and corporate operations groups. Responsibilities:LAB OPERATIONS Manage lab operations staffManage general research laboratories - create safe, orderly, flexible and efficient workplace for scientistsOversee equipment preventive maintenance, calibration and stocking of suppliesProvide quick and effective solutions for equipment repairs and other requestsOversee cell bank operation and cell line database maintenanceAssists with development, forecasting and management of General Research budgetWork with Finance on fixed assets databasesAssist Procurement with purchasing processes optimizationAssist in maintaining licenses, renewal, proper functioning of laboratory software and literature managementAssist with disposition of equipment and unused stocks as necessaryMaintain equipment matrixesFACILITIESCoordinate management of facility with outsourced facilities contractorWork with landlord on building issues, when necessaryOversee maintenance of water treatment system by vendorAssist with design, planning, and management of potential office/lab move in 2019ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY (EH&S) Coordinate EH&S Program including Chemical, Biological, Radiation Safety, Emergency Response and Potent Compound Management per federal, state and local regulatory requirementsMaintain regulatory licenses, permits and registrations with federal, state and local agencies (EPA, OSHA DEP and DPH)Manage hazardous waste collectionDevelop written plans, programs, and training modulesConduct Employee Risk Assessment, Workplace Hazard Assessment and all required trainingConduct incident investigationsManage lab space decommissioning, as needed INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL CARE AND USE COMMITTEE CHAIRProvide “state of the art” animal facility for Merrimack General Research DepartmentManage animal facility staffAssume role of IACUC Coordinator; manage all document email exchanges, electronic and paper filingServe as a member of Administrative Review Group: review protocols and protocol amendments in between the meetingsChair and document IACUC meetings; participate in semiannual IACUC audits and produce IO reportsReview policies and procedures, SOPs, databases, Emergency Preparedness Plan Qualifications:6+ years of pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other laboratory industry experienceExperience with IACUC oversight and ALAC regulationsWorking knowledge of OSHA and state regulations regarding EH&S matters, preferably those specific to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other laboratory industryStrong project management skillsStrong interpersonal, influencing and collaboration skillsAbility to work in a team-oriented, matrix environmentAbility to problem solveExcellent management skills, including the ability to set high but reachable goals, define priorities, manage individual performance, and infuse the team with a sense of purpose and urgencyExcellent communication skills, ability to present in a clear and concise mannerPassion for outthinking cancer Jul 20th, 2018 07:23AM Jul 20th, 2018 07:23AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 20th, 2018 12:00AM Medical Director Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 11th, 2018 12:00AM Position Summary:Merrimack is seeking a talented Medical Director to oversee the direction, planning, and execution, of nanotherapeutic and/or signaling inhibitor clinical programs. The Medical Director will work closely with cross- functional project teams to provide strategic and tactical clinical expertise for these activities. The Medical Director will contribute to the development and advancement of the companion diagnostic programs for each of these clinical programs. S/he will serve as an active member of the medical peer group, will have opportunities to contribute to programs beyond the ones they are assigned to, provide input to protocol development, safety assessment, data review and serve as a valuable resource as the company advances its pipeline at a rapid pace. Responsibilities:Design and execute protocols in collaboration with scientific staff, clinical operations and regulatory leaders, and through CRO partnershipsAssist in the preparation of the clinical portions of regulatory documents to support the program including investigator brochures, medical reports, efficacy and safety summaries and background informationBuild upon the already established relationships with outside clinical investigators and oncology thought leadersAct as global medical monitor for assigned clinical trialsOverseeing all medical/scientific aspects of assigned clinical trials, including identifying study sites, reviewing of eligibility data, reviewing patient profiles (safety and efficacy) on ongoing basis, reviewing query generation, working closely with global Clin Ops, PVG, Data Management, Medical Writing and related functions)Providing clinical support to other global clinical trial leadsCollaborating with program team members (e.g., Clin Ops, PVG, Stats, Data Management, Medical Writing and related functions) on trial executionLeading the review, analysis and interpretation of study dataServe as content owner for assigned clinical trial and other documents where clinical/medical is identified as the content ownerConduct protocol development to include working closely with medical writing and project teams.Write the clinical sections and review of all clinical documents related to the assigned clinical studies (e.g., study protocols and study reports), as well as contributing to related study documents, e.g., Investigator BrochureProvide medical/scientific input and driving/contributing to the creation of these documents, or parts thereofCollaborate with other contributors to these documents to ensure overall consistency and qualityParticipate in program development, including working cross-functionally with all of the disciplines necessary for successful drug development: pre-clinical, manufacturing, quality assurance, regulatory, medical affairs, marketing, legal, biostatistics and data management, pharmacovigilance, and clinical operationsInteract closely with the pre-clinical team, to understand the scientific basis of targeted therapy, and to apply this knowledge to articulating therapeutic strategies and comprehending biomarker explorationDirect protocol implementation, including site identification and communication, attend investigators’ meetings, correspond with sites including IRBs, and interact with operations teamsSupport data analysis and assembly, including clinical study report writing, contribution to the preparation of abstracts, presentations, and manuscriptsAct as medical expert in representing Merrimack when meeting with Health Authorities and academic institutions when requiredWork closely with the PVG department regarding the safety of Merrimack productsInteract closely with the regulatory department and regulatory agencies, taking part in IND submissions, IB authorship, and communication with US and international regulatory agencies Qualifications:MD or MD/PhD, with 3+ years of industry experience in clinical roles is requiredOncology development experience and Board certification in medical oncology and/or hematology, or foreign equivalent is strongly preferredOncology drug development experience with targeted therapeutics in the treatment of solid tumors is strongly preferredCandidates with strong academic experience and significant clinical trial experience may be consideredEffective oral and written communication skills are required, as are excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work with a teamDemonstrated independence, initiative and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.Ability to travel approximately 10% - including visits to investigative sites, regulatory agencies, and attendance at major oncology meetingsPassion for outthinking cancer Jul 20th, 2018 07:23AM Jul 20th, 2018 07:23AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 21st, 2018 12:00AM Lab & Facilities Operations, Manager Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 10th, 2018 12:00AM Merrimack is a biopharmaceutical company based in Cambridge, Massachusetts that is outthinking cancer to ensure that patients and their families live fulfilling lives. Our mission is to transform cancer care through the smart design and development of targeted solutions based on a deep understanding of cancer pathways and biological markers.Position Summary:We are seeking a talented individual to broadly manage the laboratory and facilities operations of our company, including overseeing our IACUC and animal research programs, oversight of our environmental health and safety (EH&S) program, and assisting with managing our facilities. A successful candidate would have broad experience in overseeing the general lab operations of a biotech or pharmaceutical company, strong organization skills, and an ability to positively manage a staff of three lab operations team members.The successful candidate will primarily report into the Head of Research with a dotted line to our Head of Corporate Operations, but work across our research, development, and corporate operations groups. Responsibilities:LAB OPERATIONS Manage lab operations staffManage general research laboratories - create safe, orderly, flexible and efficient workplace for scientistsOversee equipment preventive maintenance, calibration and stocking of suppliesProvide quick and effective solutions for equipment repairs and other requestsOversee cell bank operation and cell line database maintenanceAssists with development, forecasting and management of General Research budgetWork with Finance on fixed assets databasesAssist Procurement with purchasing processes optimizationAssist in maintaining licenses, renewal, proper functioning of laboratory software and literature managementAssist with disposition of equipment and unused stocks as necessaryMaintain equipment matrixesFACILITIESCoordinate management of facility with outsourced facilities contractorWork with landlord on building issues, when necessaryOversee maintenance of water treatment system by vendorAssist with design, planning, and management of potential office/lab move in 2019ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH & SAFETY (EH&S) Coordinate EH&S Program including Chemical, Biological, Radiation Safety, Emergency Response and Potent Compound Management per federal, state and local regulatory requirementsMaintain regulatory licenses, permits and registrations with federal, state and local agencies (EPA, OSHA DEP and DPH)Manage hazardous waste collectionDevelop written plans, programs, and training modulesConduct Employee Risk Assessment, Workplace Hazard Assessment and all required trainingConduct incident investigationsManage lab space decommissioning, as needed INSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL CARE AND USE COMMITTEE CHAIRProvide “state of the art” animal facility for Merrimack General Research DepartmentManage animal facility staffAssume role of IACUC Coordinator; manage all document email exchanges, electronic and paper filingServe as a member of Administrative Review Group: review protocols and protocol amendments in between the meetingsChair and document IACUC meetings; participate in semiannual IACUC audits and produce IO reportsReview policies and procedures, SOPs, databases, Emergency Preparedness Plan Qualifications:6+ years of pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other laboratory industry experienceExperience with IACUC oversight and ALAC regulationsWorking knowledge of OSHA and state regulations regarding EH&S matters, preferably those specific to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology or other laboratory industryStrong project management skillsStrong interpersonal, influencing and collaboration skillsAbility to work in a team-oriented, matrix environmentAbility to problem solveExcellent management skills, including the ability to set high but reachable goals, define priorities, manage individual performance, and infuse the team with a sense of purpose and urgencyExcellent communication skills, ability to present in a clear and concise mannerPassion for outthinking cancer Jul 21st, 2018 06:25AM Jul 21st, 2018 06:25AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
nasdaq:mack www.merrimack.com www.merrimack.com Jul 21st, 2018 12:00AM Medical Director Open Biotechnology Cambridge, MA, United States Cambridge MA USA Jul 11th, 2018 12:00AM Position Summary:Merrimack is seeking a talented Medical Director to oversee the direction, planning, and execution, of nanotherapeutic and/or signaling inhibitor clinical programs. The Medical Director will work closely with cross- functional project teams to provide strategic and tactical clinical expertise for these activities. The Medical Director will contribute to the development and advancement of the companion diagnostic programs for each of these clinical programs. S/he will serve as an active member of the medical peer group, will have opportunities to contribute to programs beyond the ones they are assigned to, provide input to protocol development, safety assessment, data review and serve as a valuable resource as the company advances its pipeline at a rapid pace. Responsibilities:Design and execute protocols in collaboration with scientific staff, clinical operations and regulatory leaders, and through CRO partnershipsAssist in the preparation of the clinical portions of regulatory documents to support the program including investigator brochures, medical reports, efficacy and safety summaries and background informationBuild upon the already established relationships with outside clinical investigators and oncology thought leadersAct as global medical monitor for assigned clinical trialsOverseeing all medical/scientific aspects of assigned clinical trials, including identifying study sites, reviewing of eligibility data, reviewing patient profiles (safety and efficacy) on ongoing basis, reviewing query generation, working closely with global Clin Ops, PVG, Data Management, Medical Writing and related functions)Providing clinical support to other global clinical trial leadsCollaborating with program team members (e.g., Clin Ops, PVG, Stats, Data Management, Medical Writing and related functions) on trial executionLeading the review, analysis and interpretation of study dataServe as content owner for assigned clinical trial and other documents where clinical/medical is identified as the content ownerConduct protocol development to include working closely with medical writing and project teams.Write the clinical sections and review of all clinical documents related to the assigned clinical studies (e.g., study protocols and study reports), as well as contributing to related study documents, e.g., Investigator BrochureProvide medical/scientific input and driving/contributing to the creation of these documents, or parts thereofCollaborate with other contributors to these documents to ensure overall consistency and qualityParticipate in program development, including working cross-functionally with all of the disciplines necessary for successful drug development: pre-clinical, manufacturing, quality assurance, regulatory, medical affairs, marketing, legal, biostatistics and data management, pharmacovigilance, and clinical operationsInteract closely with the pre-clinical team, to understand the scientific basis of targeted therapy, and to apply this knowledge to articulating therapeutic strategies and comprehending biomarker explorationDirect protocol implementation, including site identification and communication, attend investigators’ meetings, correspond with sites including IRBs, and interact with operations teamsSupport data analysis and assembly, including clinical study report writing, contribution to the preparation of abstracts, presentations, and manuscriptsAct as medical expert in representing Merrimack when meeting with Health Authorities and academic institutions when requiredWork closely with the PVG department regarding the safety of Merrimack productsInteract closely with the regulatory department and regulatory agencies, taking part in IND submissions, IB authorship, and communication with US and international regulatory agencies Qualifications:MD or MD/PhD, with 3+ years of industry experience in clinical roles is requiredOncology development experience and Board certification in medical oncology and/or hematology, or foreign equivalent is strongly preferredOncology drug development experience with targeted therapeutics in the treatment of solid tumors is strongly preferredCandidates with strong academic experience and significant clinical trial experience may be consideredEffective oral and written communication skills are required, as are excellent interpersonal skills with demonstrated ability to work with a teamDemonstrated independence, initiative and the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.Ability to travel approximately 10% - including visits to investigative sites, regulatory agencies, and attendance at major oncology meetingsPassion for outthinking cancer Jul 21st, 2018 06:25AM Jul 21st, 2018 06:25AM Health Care Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology

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