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Available Positions

In our Corporate Headquarters in Northern New Jersey, we foster a challenging and rewarding work environment for our employees. We are committed to attracting, developing and maintaining a diverse team of motivated, talented individuals where each person has the opportunity to realize his or her full potential.

Preclinical Research Associate

We are seeking a Preclinical Research Associate to be responsible for providing support for all aspects of antibody and small molecule rodent preclinical studies. Interested candidates are expected to have the required educational foundation and a minimum of 1-2 years of relevant experience and/or training.

Important note: This position will be based out of a research facility on the campus of Montclair State University in Montclair, NJ.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Reviews in vivo study protocols with supervisor, obtains copies of all records associated with the animals in a given study (e.g., animal health reports, cage room records, etc.), and has responsibility for all aspects of the study as they relate to data collection. This includes accurate record keeping of data as outlined in a study protocol (e.g., daily observation of mice, weekly tumor measurements) in order to produce quality spreadsheets and graphs using Excel and Prism software, respectively. Provides weekly updates (e.g., current spreadsheets and graphs) to supervisor for review.
  • Handles rodents and rabbits for the purpose of administering intraperitoneal, intravenous, or subcutaneous injections of cells and test reagents.
  • Dissection of mice for the determination of the pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of various injected reagents (e.g., biodistribution studies).
  • Blood and tissue sample collection and processing for pharmacokinetic and toxicology studies.
  • Grows and maintains various cancer cell lines in vitro for the purpose of setting up animal cancer models to test our various anti-cancer agents.
  • Occasional weekend/holiday work as needed.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in biology or equivalent and 1-2 years of relevant experience and/or training. Prior experience with small animal handling and tissue culture is required.
  • Knowledge of basic statistical analysis is a plus.
  • Must be independent and organized with the ability to follow protocols.
  • Must have solid math skills with excellent written & oral communication skills.
  • Must be computer savvy with strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Experience with GraphPad Prism is desired.

Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:

  • Must undergo a Company-paid post offer/pre-employment physical examination and receive clearance to work from the attending physician prior to starting employment. Annually thereafter, an animal medical questionnaire will need to be completed and reviewed by/with our occupational health physician. Work is performed in a standard R&D lab bench environment.

United States work visa sponsorship is not available for this position. We can only consider your candidacy if you have authorization to work in the United States for any employer. At the initial time of application, please indicate your work authorization status. Please also note that Immunomedics, Inc. is not an E-Verify employer and cannot assist EAD holders in extending their OPT authorization.

Local candidates preferred. No relocation assistance is available for this opportunity.

Salary will be up to 50k (commensurate with experience) and will be part of a total compensation package that includes excellent benefits.

Please apply only if you meet all of the required qualifications listed above and provide salary history and/or expectations at the time of application. Resumes without salary information will not be considered.

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Regional Clinical Research Associate (CRA)

We are seeking a Clinical Research Associate with 2-5 years of experience to be responsible for assisting with the implementation of clinical research projects. Oncology experience is a must.

This position requires 50%-75% overnight travel. The incumbent will be based out of our Corporate Headquarters in Morris Plains during initial training period, and several additional days in-house will be required throughout the year.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Prepare and conduct study initiation, closeout, and monitoring visits at clinical investigative sites to ensure adherence to procedures, protocols, and project plan in accordance with FDA regulations
  • Review, track, and manage study documents (Case Report Forms (CRFs), Serious Adverse Event (SAE) reports, clinical notes, and enrollment logs) for accuracy and completeness, as well as query resolution.
  • Responsible for one or more protocols with multiple sites to ensure compliance with Good Clinical Practices (GCPs) and study procedures; including investigator selection, reviewing regulatory documents, and preparing reports while meeting timelines/milestones.
  • Set up the study sites ensuring each site has the staff training to trial-specific industry standards, the required clinical trial materials, and the study specific regulatory documents.
  • Monitor clinical studies to ensure the quality and integrity of data entered in study documents verified against source documentation on-site.
  • Ensure all study drug shipments and study trial supplies (used and unused) are accounted for.
  • Update all relevant study tracking system on an ongoing basis.
  • Assist in the collection and timely resolution of SAE reports.
  • Assist with maintaining site and master study regulatory binders and study documentation.
  • Draft, compile, and verify clinical data for status reports when required.
  • Support compliance with study timelines.
  • Assist in preparing the necessary tools to maintain consistency in the study data across all sites.
  • Interact with sites to discuss study specifics, assist with IRB submission, oversee study start-up activities, etc.
  • Assist in the design of the CRFs.
  • Field phone calls and e-mails from sites and address issues in a timely manner.
  • Assist the Data Management group as needed to resolve queries, etc.
  • Make grant payments to clinical sites.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in biological science (nursing or other health-related discipline preferred) and 2-5 years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. A medical or healthcare background is critical to success in this position.
  • Experience with all phases of clinical trials, particularly Oncology, first-in-man, Phase I/II trials; including investigational site management, data collection, and study protocol compliance.
  • Knowledge of GCPs and regulatory requirements.
  • Experience in clinical data interpretation and verification
  • Ability to read and understand medical terminology, abbreviations, and records.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Detail oriented with strong organizational, follow-through and problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to assess priorities and consistently meet deadlines while being self-motivated with the demonstrated ability to work independently.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.
  • This position requires 50%-75% overnight travel. Must be available to complete training on-site at our Corporate Headquarters in Morris Plains, NJ. Several additional days in-house will be required throughout the year.

Salary will be commensurate with experience, plus a comprehensive benefit program.

United States work visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Please note that Immunomedics, Inc. is not an E-Verify employer and cannot assist EAD holders in extending their OPT authorization. At the time of application, please indicate if you have legal authorization to work for Immunomedics, Inc. in this role.

Please apply only if you meet all of the required qualifications listed above and provide salary history and/or expectations at the time of application. Resumes without salary information will not be considered.

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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technologist

We are seeking a Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technologist to be responsible for the manufacturing of clinical products in compliance with current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Prepare buffers (up to 200L each).
  • Manufacture antibodies, antibody fragments, and conjugates.
  • Purify antibodies using ion-exchange, affinity column chromatography, and DV20 Virus Removal Filtration.
  • Maintain inventory of raw materials and supplies needed in manufacturing.
  • Write/revise batch records, buffer sheets, SOPs, and Material Specification Sheets (MSSs).
  • Write/revise batch records, buffer sheets, SOPs, and Material Specification Sheets (MSSs).
  • Fill Bulk Drug Substance aseptically.
  • Maintain and calibrate daily all equipment needed during production.
  • Monitor and assure adequate supply of glassware/components for manufacturing.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, or related discipline and strong aseptic technique are required.
  • Open to entry level candidates, but strong preference will be given to those who offer prior industry/clean room experience.
  • Ability to follow SOPs and cGMP guidelines and regulations is required.
  • Must possess excellent communication (oral and written) and interpersonal skills.
  • Detail oriented with strong organizational, follow-through, and problem-solving skills.
  • Must be able to work collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Must be proficient with MS Office applications.

Primary schedule will run Monday through Friday from 7:30am-4:00pm, though occasional variation to those hours may be required.

Starting annual salary range of $40,000-$42,000, commensurate with experience, plus a comprehensive benefit program.

Please provide salary history and/or expectations at the time of application. Resumes without salary information will not be considered.

United States work visa sponsorship is not available for this position. Please note that Immunomedics, Inc. is not an E-Verify employer and cannot assist EAD holders in extending their OPT authorization. At the time of application, please indicate if you have legal authorization to work for Immunomedics, Inc. in this role.

Local candidates preferred. No relocation assistance available for this opportunity.

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Statement to Agencies and Recruiters

Immunomedics typically recruits candidates directly rather than with the assistance of a third party agency or recruiter. We will only pay a fee for candidates submitted for consideration by any method under the following conditions: 1) There is a current, signed agreement or contract in existence between Immunomedics and the agency/recruiter prior to the submission AND 2) The candidate was submitted directly for a specific, agreed‐upon search. If a candidate is submitted to Immunomedics without meeting the aforementioned conditions, we explicitly reserve the right to pursue and hire the candidate without any financial obligation to the agency or recruiter. All vendors, approved or not, must not contact or solicit our employees regarding recruiting.

At this time, we are not actively looking to engage with any new agencies or recruiters. If you still wish to send information for us to review, please forward the relevant documentation to hr@immunomedics.com OR mail documentation to Immunomedics, Inc., Attention HR Department, 300 American Road, Morris Plains, NJ 07950.


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