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Pharmaceutical Project Manager

Position Responsibilities/Duties: Included but not limited to: preparation of progress reports both for the internal sections & outside collaborating agencies and industries (e.g. NIH including NIDA, NHLBI, NIAAA and NINDS & major drug companies); uses computer project software (i.e. MSProject) to define and establish task sequences & milestones to accomplish these major trials (projects) on time & within budget; develop inter-agency agreements, letters of understanding, letters of agreement & contract to implement the trials; assist w/budget preparation under the direction of Senior Project Manager; works with the study team to meet time frames identified in the study, including managing the supply of study agents (i.e. study drugs, devices & vaccines)      continued funding & ongoing recruitments efforts at many remote centers; manage inventory levels of study agents (both at the Center & at remove centers) & the scheduling & generation of weekly & monthly study agent orders; works closely w/the Senior Project Director to develop the trial protocol & complies w/the information that is required to prepare the budget; manage the final drug accountability reports at the conclusion of these major trials; develop, prepare & present the Center’s program in local or Center meetings: other duties as assigned.

Experience & Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required or higher; minimum of two-years of experience as a project manager or equivalent project management experience; proven ability to collaborate & interact effectively across all levels of leadership both internally & externally; proven ability to effectively manage a large number initiatives; strong critical thinking & problem solving skills; ability to perform under time pressure, be flexible, work independently, manage multiple tasks & work effectively as a leader or team member in a fast pace environment; detail oriented, w/strong presentation & negotiation skills; must possess excellent written & oral communication skills.

**The position will work in a facility that is a FDA registered manufacturing facility & holds a DEA researcher registration. Employees must successfully complete a background investigation & must be a US Citizen. This position is not authorized for telework. This position may be subject to drug testing.

Please submit resumes/CVs to the BRINM administrative office via mail, fax or e-mail to lisa@brinm.org.

Fully qualified, honorably discharged veterans of the US Armed Forces are encouraged to apply.

BRINM is committed to Affirmative Action, Equal Employment and compliance with all laws and regulations pertaining to Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity. No person employed by BRINM shall be discriminated against because of race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental handicap or medical condition.  All selection methods and criteria will be based on job related criteria and individual merit.

                                                                                                                                               

Research Associate   

Position Responsibilities/Duties: Duties will include, but not limited to: aiding PI and project coordinator in many aspects of project with emphasis on in vitro assay establishment and use and on mouse breeding and experimentation; will be responsible in aiding of expanding in vitro phosphatase assays and perform the assays using existing and novel compounds; establish structure activity relationships for PTPRD and relate phosphatases; keep laboratory notes that will support eventual intellectual property protection and FDA IND applications; will aid animal care to maintain breeding, genotype and pedigree information, will become familiar with all behavioral procedures under supervision of PI and project coordinator; will assist project coordinator in                  arranging for shipments of mice of appropriate genotypes to NIDA IRP; will also work with collaborators to carry out pain assessments.

Experience & Educational Requirements: MS and at least two years relevant experience or Ph.D.

Please submit resumes/CVs to the BRINM administrative office via mail, fax or e-mail to lisa@brinm.org.

BRINM is committed to Affirmative Action, Equal Employment and compliance with all laws and regulations pertaining to Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity. No person employed by BRINM shall be discriminated against because of race, sex, color, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental handicap or medical condition.  All selection methods and criteria will be based on job related criteria and individual merit.