Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchNewark, NJThe Associate Director/Director, Business Development will identify, secure and retain business through professional, consultative and proactive sales efforts directed at decision influencers and decision-makers across existing and new life science customers.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchEdison, NJGenesisResearch is an international healthcare consultancy providing value evidence strategy, generation, synthesis, and communication services to Life Sciences companies. GenesisResearch is an equal opportunity employer.
They may also have responsibilities for being a Site CRA which is primarily responsible for the management of clinical trial sites.
· May act as primaryliaison with project site personnel, or in collaboration with another CRA orCentral Monitoring Associate (CMA).
Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchJersey City, NJGraduate degree (Doctorate or Masters) in a RWE/HE&OR-related field (e.g., public health, epidemiology, MBA, health services research) also preferred. Combining both traditional and novel analytical approaches with diverse real-world data, including genomic, medical record, claims and patient-reported information, has allowed us to inform Life Science company internal decision making as well as submissions and presentations to regulators; health technology assessment authorities and payers; the medical community; and, patient organizations.Associate Director, Real World Data And Advanced AnalyticsGenesis ResearchHoboken, NJOur Real World Data and Advanced Analytics team has seen exceptional growth and success, and we are looking for an individual with demonstrated leadership, biopharma industry experience and strong problem solving and communication skills to join us as an Associate Director.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchClifton, NJStrong understanding of the RWE/HEOR/RWD landscape. Additional experience in RWE, project management, business development, and/or life science focused strategy consulting preferred. Delivering these services empowered by technology innovations has enabled us to become a trusted partner with our clients across the development and commercialization life cycle.Associate Director, Real World Evidence Solutions (RWE - S)Genesis ResearchHoboken, NJGenesisResearch is an international healthcare consultancy providing end-to-end evidence development, optimization and communication services for Life Sciences groups. We are looking for an experienced real world healthcare data analytics professional to work closely with the Head of Real World Evidence Solutions to further advance our successful business. Full-time
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In the current candidate-driven job market, recruiters are looking for unique ways to attract talent. Some have resorted to even (dare we say it?) recruitment strategies on the border of weird and wacky. What can we learn from the unusual recruitment tactics that are being used and actually getting results? Here’s a rundown of some unique recruitment strategies that actually work.
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jobsearcher.com/blogHow Far Back Should a Resume Go, Exactly?If you’re reading this article, then chances are you’re looking for a new job and want to whip your resume into shape. But lots of questions can arise as you begin to do that. After all, most of us aren’t career coaches or resume experts. One common question that job hunters frequently ask is: how far back should a resume go? As in, should you list all of your work history – even if it stretches on for years – or should you be more selective?
jobsearcher.com/blogStructured vs Unstructured InterviewsThe goal of an interview is to evaluate candidates based on their skills, personality, and knowledge. You want to choose the BEST candidate from your candidate pool, so the interview is something you can't mess up. As you begin planning your interview process, one of the major decisions you'll face is whether the interview should be a structured vs unstructured interview. So let's take a dive into the differences and sort out which circumstances warrant which interview process.