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19 days ago

Director, Clinical Operations

XOMA Berkeley, CA

OF POSITION: The Director of Clinical Operations will be responsible for the planning and efficient conduct of the clinical operations of the… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Scientist 1/2, Cell and Functional Screening and Characterization

XOMA Berkeley, CA

OF POSITION: The Cell and Functional Screening and Characterization Group is responsible for executing in vitro cell based assays, including… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Research Associate 3/Sr. Research Associate 1, Cell and Functional Screening and

XOMA Berkeley, CA

are to design, optimize and perform FACS and cell based assays, analyze data and make recommendations by integrating data with target biology to move… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, GCP Compliance, Regulatory Affairs

XOMA Berkeley, CA

OF POSITION: The Sr. Manager, GCP Compliance, is responsible for planning, leading, performing, documenting and follow-up of clinical compliance… Glassdoor


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    Fast paced small biotech but opportunities for folks willing to put the effort in

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    Pros

    Small company so you get to know most everyone and the atmosphere is very collegial. Lots of very bright and talented people to work with. Historically they have been good about promoting from within so if you are willing to put yourself out there and do the work there are opportunities to advance and even make career changes. Salaries and benefits good for a company of their size. Many employees are able to have flexibility in hours or even telecommute some days.

    Cons

    Resources are limited so there are not as many opportunities to go to conferences or get cutting edge software or equipment like there are at larger companies. Interdepartmental communications could be better considering the size of the organization.

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