Our recruiting process:

PharPoint Research Inc. attracts the best talent in the industry. Our team members are dedicated to excellence in job performance, thrive in a collaborative environment, and are accustomed to working in a fast paced, dynamic work environment. PharPoint Research is an equal opportunity employer.

  • Submit your CV and salary requirements to jobs@pharpoint.com referencing a posted position. PharPoint does not accept unsolicited CVs.
  • CVs are reviewed by Human Resources and Operations for experience and qualifications.
  • If a fit is found, Human Resources may contact candidates directly.
  • Candidates may not be contacted if they do not meet the minimum qualifications of the open position.

Biostatistician II

The Biostatistician II serves as a statistical assistant in analyzing the results of clinical trials and summarizing results. The Biostatistician II participates in the project specific programming of statistical tables, listings, figures, and analysis datasets for clinical trials in accordance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) set forth by PharPoint Research and its sponsor clients.

  • Understands and complies with all company policies and standard operating procedures.
  • Knowledge of basic statistical design, analysis, and programming techniques utilized in clinical research.
  • Maintains a professional working relationship with sponsors, collaborating associate, and vendor personnel.
  • Ability to successfully represent Biostatistics section and company in a multi-disciplinary setting, such as project teams, project meetings, client meetings/presentations.
  • Effective oral and written communication of statistical concepts and results.
  • Assists in the development and review of statistical analysis plans based on study specific documents and sound statistical methodology.
  • Assists in developing, maintaining, and producing statistical programs and specifications used in creating analysis datasets, tables, listings, and figures.
  • Ensures the efficiency, quality, and integrity of data reporting and project activities executed.
  • Maintains awareness of project budgets and tasks, and effectively communicates the status of such tasks to administrative and project management.
  • Works with internal project team and supervisor to identify project priorities and communicate such activities and associated timelines to section management.
  • Attends related continuing education programs, professional meetings, and the Company career development activities sponsored by or approved by Company.
  • Perform all other related duties as assigned.

  • Master’s degree (M.A./M.S.) or equivalent in Biostatistics or related field
  • Entry level with knowledge of the drug development process and FDA and ICH Guidelines. Knowledge of basic statistical design, analysis, and programming techniques utilized in clinical research. Effective oral and written communication of statistical concepts and results. Knowledge of one or more statistical software packages used to conduct statistical analyses.

Marketing Specialist

The Marketing Specialist works to improve the organization’s market penetration and increase awareness of PharPoint Research. This successful candidate maintains an extensive knowledge of current market conditions and assists and implements marketing strategies by developing marketing material essential for the growth of the organization.

  • Optimize content for search engines and lead generation
  • Use digital analytics to improve blog and social media strategies
  • Develop creative ideas and concepts in partnership with the marketing team
  • Research topics to create blog posts, email blasts, web page content, paid search ads, landing pages, and infographics
  • Design and create free sales and marketing resources to drive leads, subscribers, awareness, and/or other important metrics (examples include whitepapers, infographics, presentations, templates, etc.)
  • Analyze and improve organic search engine performance and conversion metrics, such as click through rates, site traffic, and e-mail sign-ups
  • Design conference displays, banners, and other materials (print and electronic) and collaborate with other companies to ensure high-quality orders
  • Manage the placement of ads in relevant journals and the distribution of materials to healthcare professionals within specified timeframes
  • Understanding of business and industry trends and ability to interpret the trends relevant to the business
  • Attract site traffic and help convert that traffic into new leads
  • Provide web based literature research in support of proposal development
  • Write clear, persuasive, and original copy
  • Suggest and implement enhancements to PharPoint’s website
  • Manage PharPoint’s social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, and other)
  • Amend, revise, or redevelop adverts or campaigns in response to feedback from the marketing team
  • Recommend strategies on how to strengthen and maintain PharPoint’s brand.
  • Stay current with relevant social discussions about our company, competitors, and/or industry, from existing leads, customers, and brand new audiences
  • Maintain compliance with all policies and procedures of the company including security and safety
  • Represent PharPoint at industry conferences as requested by management

  • Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) in journalism, marketing, business, science or related discipline and minimum 1 year of marketing experience.

Sr. Clinical Data Associate

The Sr. Clinical Data Associate performs the execution of Clinical Data Management functions and acts in lead capacity on assigned studies. Assures quality and timely database deliveries.

  • Review study-specific documentation as part of the project team in order to obtain understanding of study-specific data processing conventions.
  • Prepare data for entry through completion of transmittal verification, data tracking, and completion of manual review processes.
  • Perform data entry in any clinical data management system used by Clinical Data Management.
  • Reconcile project files and other documents generated in data management against a database for accuracy and completeness of data management processes. meetings/presentations.
  • Investigate and resolve data anomalies.
  • Identify the need for and generate data queries at any point during data processing, based on guidelines set forth in the Data Management Plan (DMP).
  • Issue and review queries for completeness and forward to the project lead or designee.
  • Conduct quality control including case report form to database review processes.
  • Create test data, perform testing procedure of entry screens and edit checks, and provide test results to the project lead or designee.
  • Assist in the management and work concurrently and accurately on multiple protocols.
  • Report routine project status and data trends to project lead or departmental management as required.
  • Create case report forms in accordance with the protocol and established standards when necessary.
  • Develop project specific data management plans (DMPs) and other related documentation.
  • Review reports, listings, and other documents generated in data management for distribution to sponsor, investigators and their study support staff.
  • Serve as the primary project contact for data management with clinical and sponsor.
  • Assist in monitoring study costs, including estimating time, cost and resources.
  • Assist in staffing assignments for assigned projects, ensuring that the project is sufficiently staffed with qualified personnel and specific project requirements are met.
  • Provide functional management and in the supervision of specific projects and project personnel, as well as conduct timely and through evaluation of work performance of all direct report personnel.
  • Assist in providing in-house instruction and mentorship as part of technical career development for Clinical Data Associates, including training, progress assessment, and facilitate technical development for direct report employees

  • Associate’s degree (A.A./A.S.) or equivalent in a scientific, computer, or related discipline. Bachelor’s degree preferred; 3 years related experience with 2 years in clinical data management or related field.

Additional Information

PharPoint Research does not accept unsolicited referrals or resumes from any source other than directly from candidates. We will not consider unsolicited referrals and/or resumes from vendors including and without limitation to search firms, staffing agencies, fee-based referral services and recruiting agencies. The submission of referrals or resumes by anyone other than a candidate directly to PharPoint Research employees is strictly prohibited.

Unsolicited referrals and resumes sent to PharPoint Research are deemed gratuitous and the company will not be obligated or bound in any way to pay any referral or other fee if a person referred to us from a source other than a candidate is hired.

We will only accept resumes from approved vendors who have written agreements in place with PharPoint Research, and then only to the extent such agreement covers a specified position and, if required by such agreement, the submission of resumes by the vendor has been authorized in writing by PharPoint Research for such specified position. Any resume submitted in the absence of a signed agreement will become the property of PharPoint Research and no fee shall be due to the submitting organization.