PaxVax develops, manufactures and commercializes innovative specialty vaccines against infectious diseases for traditionally overlooked markets such as travel. PaxVax has licensed vaccines for typhoid fever (Vivotif) and cholera (Vaxchora), and vaccines at various stages of research and clinical development for adenovirus, anthrax, hepatitis A, HIV, and zika. As part of its social mission, PaxVax is also working to make its vaccines available to broader populations most affected by these diseases. PaxVax is headquartered in Redwood City, California and maintains research and development and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) facilities in San Diego, California and Bern, Switzerland and other operations in Bermuda and Europe.
PaxVax offers competitive compensation along with a generous benefits package that includes fully covered employee medical and dental benefits, 401k, life insurance, Short Term Disability (STD) & LTD coverage.
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This role is an integral part of the data management and statistical programming department and the research component of PaxVax. The Senior Statistical Programmer / Manager is responsible for implementing all aspects of clinical data analysis as defined by the Project Statistician, for creation of submission ready deliverables for regulatory agencies, and for creation of review tools for ongoing studies. This person is also responsible for project management such as timelines for Statistical Programming activities, and at the Manager level managing CROs and less senior programming team members. This role is also involved in creation and refinement of processes and procedures for continuous improvement and infrastructure development.
The Scientist/Senior Scientist position will assume an exciting leadership role focused on supporting Analytical Development to meet company pipeline objectives. The candidate will actively identify, design, carry out, and evaluate analytical activities to advance preclinical/clinical stage novel vaccines through development, regulatory submission and approval, as well as supervise a team of scientists engaged is method development, method validation, and testing activities. The candidate will assure timely, appropriate method development, validation and implementation to meet project target profiles and ICH, USP, FDA, and EMA standards through a combination of internal and contracted activities. Vaccine projects will include a broad range of methods for characterization and quality control requiring strong competencies in immunological and/or chemical techniques, both compendial and novel, applied to in-process materials, drug substance, and drug product. The candidate must be able to effectively communicate results and issues to management and customers, internal and external, with excellent professional standards.
The Senior QA Engineer assists in ensuring that the quality systems are managed, implemented, and maintained throughout the organization in PaxVax, San Diego.
The Research Associate, Product Development at PaxVax will be a supporting member of the Product Development team and will report to the Director, Product Development. This position will be focused on the support of analytical assay work to screen vaccine stabilization formulation.
PaxVax is looking to recruit an experienced professional into the role of Regulatory Affairs Associate.
The purpose of this role is:
- Global RA operational function including the compilation, submission and archiving of all variations.
- Implementation of RA processes that are scalable, including eCTD submissions.
The QA Assistant is responsible for supporting the Quality oversight for the manufacture and testing of non-clinical and clinical projects. The QA Assistant will maintain and improve quality infrastructure, participate where needed on various CMC related project teams, and assure compliance with Quality System.
Reporting to the Head of Medical Affairs, the MSL/Sr. MSL (hereafter MSL) is a field-based scientific expert responsible for building & maintaining appropriate high-level relationships with an assigned list of opinion leaders and key customer influencers (KOLs/KCIs), organizations, institutions and associated personnel. The MSL facilitates data generation, education, and scientific insights gathering activities at the direction of Medical Affairs leadership. Responding to unsolicited medical information requests in collaboration with Medical Information, and appropriate support of commercial colleagues are also part of the MSL’s responsibilities.
The Global Marketing head is the most senior marketing position in PaxVax, a member of the Executive Leadership Team and responsible for the planning, development and implementation of all of the organization’s marketing strategies and marketing communications both external and internal. The position oversees the marketing strategy for PaxVax commercial products, commercial leadership for all new products in company’s internal R&D pipeline, commercial assessments for all in-licensing and acquisition opportunities as well as corporate communications. The role also involves coordination at the strategic and tactical levels with other internal functions. The position reports to the President & CEO and will participate in charting the direction of the Company with the Board of Directors, Executive Leadership Team and other management staff, as well as ensure accountability to all constituencies and effective operations.
This is a great opportunity to have a big impact on designing and building a fully integrated travel vaccine specialty company with a mission to develop and commercialize innovative specialty vaccines against existing and emerging infectious diseases.
The Deputy General Counsel - Life Sciences will be based at PaxVax’s global headquarters in Redwood City, California and be responsible for a broad range of legal, business and other tasks to support the company’s needs. The Deputy General Counsel will be confident and proactive in his/her approach, have the ability to work collaboratively as well as autonomously, and be comfortable with, and skilled in, interacting with senior management and other employees throughout the company. This position reports directly to the Company’s Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer.