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Find your place on our team

Be part of the pioneering work happening at Noveome. We’re looking for smart, determined people to join us in developing first-in-class therapeutics.

Career opportunities

Regulatory Affairs Specialist

The Regulatory Affairs Specialist is responsible for providing regulatory oversight on submissions to health authorities in order to support all phases of human clinical trials and commercialization of a novel biopharmaceutical product. This position represents the regulatory function on cross functional teams to support drug development activities as necessary. The Regulatory Affairs Specialist authors regulatory submissions and provides oversight and review to enable timely, high quality submissions to the applicable regulatory agencies.


Process Development Scientist-Molecular Biologist/Biotechnologist

The Process Development Scientist-Molecular Biologist/Biotechnologist will modify primary cells to convert them to continuous or semi continuously dividing cells (extended-life, immortalized cells). This person will work closely with a biochemical engineer to scaleup these extended life cells for use in cGMP production. In addition, this person will collaborate with the R&D department to discover cells or cell lines that may be appropriate for cell-based biological assays.


Process Development Scientist-Biochemical Engineer/Molecular Biologist

The Process Development Scientist-Biochemical Engineer/Molecular Biologist will develop manufacturing processes for cell-based products using appropriate cell culture methodologies. This person will work closely with the Research and Development department to scale up processes discovered by R&D to concentrate, formulate and otherwise modify the existing product.


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