Purdue Pharma L.P.
Associate Director, Toxicologist (Finance)
Working at our Company
Imbrium is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to advancing medical science through the development of important new pharmacologic and biologic therapeutics. We are pursuing oncology chemotherapeutics, treatments for disorders of the central nervous system, and non-opioid approaches to the management of pain. As an operating subsidiary of Purdue Pharma L.P., Imbrium strives to develop and bring to market new medicines that serve the unmet needs of patients, physicians and health systems worldwide. We have built a robust and diversified pipeline of investigational drug candidates, and we actively collaborate with industry and academic partners to identify and advance future impactful medicines.
The position requires demonstrated expertise in general mammalian toxicology. The position will oversee the conduct of general toxicity and drug safety studies in accordance with current scientific and applicable regulatory standards (ICH, FDA) and GLPs and will monitor safety studies related to drug registration. The incumbent will be specialized in general safety evaluation including carcinogenicity evaluation and may have experience in one or more of the following areas genetic toxicology, safety pharmacology, reproductive toxicology. He/she is expected to provide leadership in non-clinical drug safety assessment in support of clinical and preclinical R&D. He/she will identify, onboard and direct specialized consultants and CROs to augment capabilities and meet program needs. The incumbent will be required to make both informal and formal presentations to internal staff and project teams and may be asked to assist with presentations to senior management as well as providing project team representation and active involvement in process development. The incumbent will be expected to contribute to the preparation of relevant sections of drug registration submissions. Knowledge of the drug development process and experience in interaction with scientific disciplines such as pharmacokinetics, metabolism, medical research and clinical pharmacology are essential. A successful track record of toxicology testing program management, innovative thinking, execution and timely delivery of reports and regulatory submissions is required.
Direct responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following:
Education and Experience
Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Supervisory Responsibilities (if Applicable)