PaxVax is an innovative and fast-paced vaccine start-up company developing vaccine candidates against several important infectious diseases, including influenza, cholera and HIV. Our cholera vaccine has successfully completed early clinical development and has entered late stage trials. Additionally, our first candidate based on oral adenovirus technology, a H5N1 vaccine recently completed a successful Phase 1 clinical trial. The R&D team has made several other vaccine candidate adenoviruses with a 100% success rate in making adenovirus-based vectors. PaxVax has also recently initiated two additional clinical trials on our candidates. The Company has raised and commited funding of over $80 million to support its operation including R&D and our own licensed GMP manufacturing facility. PaxVax has 60 employees organized by functional departments and cross-functional project teams for each of our vaccine candidates. PaxVax is a double bottom line business focused on delivering both financial as well as social returns in global health.
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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Assess technical accounting implications for complex business issues and transactions. Ensure that the company’s financial statements are of the highest standards of quality, GAAP compliant and useful to management and our investor base in a timely manner to facilitate in-depth internal/external review and analysis. Prepare all aspects of financial reporting such that the company could move forward with an S-I filing and subsequently required filings. Oversee the stock administration process, including preparation of the equity compensation expense.
The ClinOp Manager will participate in strategic discussions regarding the design of global clinical programs and in reporting the progress of clinical programs by working collaboratively with the ClinOps team and other divisional sub-teams. They will negotiate study timelines during project development and manage clinical operation activities to meet enrollment targets according to the projected timeline. More details are listed below in the 'Essential Duties and Responsibilities' section.