Drug Intelligence Manager
San Mateo, CA
The pace of innovation in cancer treatment has accelerated dramatically in recent years, with new breakthroughs every day and over 600 cancer drugs now on the market. And yet, the technology doctors use to take advantage of these innovations hasn’t evolved in decades. In fact, most doctors still use a software system that was designed in the 1990s for billing and compliance to make life-altering decisions about care.
At Project Ronin, we’re out to change this - fast. Our mission is to dramatically improve cancer care by giving doctors and patients the tools they need to make better decisions about treatment. We’re developing a cancer intelligence platform that provides all the information physicians need, in one place, to assess patient care options and take action. We believe that this technology will allow for truly individualized care and will have an immediate impact on quality of life and survival rates.
We’re building a team of highly motivated, passionate individuals to help us pioneer this new approach to cancer care. Nearly every person will be touched by cancer at some point in their lives, so the potential for our collective impact is vast.
Will you join us?
You will have an exciting opportunity as one of the first members of the Clinical Intelligence team to help build our area from the ground up. This will include overseeing all aspects of Clinical Intelligence projects, creating and maintaining a routine surveillance process, and providing structured annotations of oncology drug intelligence.
This is a full time role located in our office in San Mateo, CA.
What You Will Do:
- Develop, review, and update structured annotations and data elements for applicability of clinical oncology intelligence from various sources (e.g., drug labels, NCCN guidelines)
- Develop and maintain routine surveillance process for new and updated oncology drug intelligence
- Identify project scopes, plans, and objectives and coordinate resources to ensure timely execution of clinical intelligence projects. Examples of projects are data extraction of drug adverse reactions and efficacy
- Assist in designing processes, procedures, and standards on the development and maintenance of oncology drug intelligence
- Collaborate with and provide clinical consulting support to other teams
- Educate teams on clinical topics
What We're Looking For:
- Doctor of Pharmacy degree (PharmD)
- Active License in any state
- Excellent clinical judgment and decision-making skills with at least 3 years of drug information and/or oncology experience preferred
- Strong organizational skills and project management skills
- Meticulous attention to detail
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
- Ownership and accountability
- Ability to learn quickly and manage multiple projects in a fast-paced environment
What We Offer:
Our goal is to remove as many obstacles as we can so you are able to do the best work of your life. We offer the following benefits to help you do that:
- Opportunity to make an enormous impact on hundreds of millions of lives, while growing your career
- A team that is passionate about achieving our mission and each other’s success
- Medical, dental, and vision benefits
- Commuter stipend
- Quarterly learning stipend
- Phenomenal location within walking distance to the San Mateo CalTrain
- No meeting Tuesday's for Engineering