Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchElizabeth, NJBe a GenesisResearch resource on study design, methodology, and result interpretation for all RWE Deliverables. GenesisResearch is an international healthcare consultancy providing value evidence strategy, generation, synthesis, and communication services to Life Sciences companies.Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchNewark, NJGenesisResearch is an equal opportunity employer. Enthusiasm to learn and motivation to develop oneself and others within GenesisResearch. Our Epidemiology team has seen exceptional growth and success in providing comprehensive support to Life Science organizations - planning, executing, and communicating Real-World Evidence.
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Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchTrenton, NJCombining 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.Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchJersey City, NJMaster s degree or PhD within a relevant discipline (Epidemiology, Public Health, Statistics) This position will report to the Executive Director, Epidemiology. Update and maintain Methodological and Scientific Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) that Epidemiology teams will follow.Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchPaterson, NJAssist with training, oversight, and guidance for new and current members of the Epidemiology function. 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.Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchCamden, NJAssist with management of team capacity in concert with Client Management needs. 10+ years for Master s degree or 7+ years for PhD of consulting, industry, or academic experience. Flexibility to adapt to client project needs in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial workplace.
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Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchClifton, NJEnsure maximum utilization of teams of epidemiologists, health services researchers charged with designing, implementing, and managing a wide range of studies assess the distribution, patterns and determinants of health and disease conditions and examine access to and the use, costs, quality, delivery, organization, and outcomes of health care.Director, EpidemiologyGenesis ResearchEdison, NJSupport Client Managers with execution and delivery of high-priority and high-visibility studies as a Client-facing subject matter expert. Proficiency in relevant software such as MS office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and statistical packages.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchEdison, NJGraduate degree (Doctorate or Masters) in a RWE/HE&OR-related field (e.g., public health, epidemiology, MBA, health services research) also preferred. Strong understanding of the RWE/HEOR/RWD landscape.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchNewark, NJAdditional experience in RWE, project management, business development, and/or life science focused strategy consulting preferred. The 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.
The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job.
Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchTrenton, NJMinimum 3+ years experience in business development in the biotechnology / pharmaceutical, and/or healthcare industry. Proactively identify potential new business opportunities across aligned life science customer account(s.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchClifton, NJLead new opportunities deal construction, negotiations, proposal development, and any associated collateral and customer presentations. Record all customer sales related activities in CRM system and ensure active updates are provided to sales management as required.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchCamden, NJEstablish and cultivate strong, long-term relationships with key advocates and decision-makers. Demonstrated ability to be proactive and work independently and as a team player. High-level of business acumen, awareness, and understanding of industry trends.Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchJersey City, NJProficient in Microsoft Office Suite: MS PowerPoint, MS Word, and Excel. Ensure Genesis is well-informed on the evolving competitive landscape. Undergraduate degree in a relevant field of study. Strong attention to detail and exceptional interpersonal skills, including excellent oral and written communication skills.
Talent acquisition is a multi-stage process where candidates undergo various application steps before getting hired. The unfortunate reality is that it is a labor-intense system, with the hiring manager and recruiter often handling all of the work on their own. Ask any one of them, and you will hear about the overabundance of applications and the demanding task of filtering through them to find the best candidates. The quality of talent suffers under the weight of all that work on one person's hands. It's not easy, but as many companies are starting to realize, there is a better way. The future of talent acquisition lies in collaborative recruiting!
Director of Business DevelopmentGenesis ResearchElizabeth, NJCreate comprehensive account plans for aligned accounts and track progress on a quarterly basis. Develop in-depth knowledge of the customer organization and serve as the primary point of contact. Ability to confidently interact with senior leadership and executives both internally and externally.
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