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Vice President, Compliance
(Ref# DC0714GB)

The position of VP, Compliance will be responsible for the development, implementation, and management of the company's corporate compliance program.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Resolves highly complex ethics and compliance matters.
  • Identifies compliance risk and provides proactive compliance guidance on tactical initiatives.
  • Provides leadership and guidance on business programs.
  • Works with business clients to mitigate risk and implement solutions.
  • Provides legal expertise with regulatory and compliance issues, including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG and OPDP guidances, the PhRMA Code, the Sunshine Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional and promotional activities, marketing strategies, sales compensation, government reimbursement, and interactions with healthcare professionals.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

J.D. with significant experience in resolving progressively difficult compliance issues with Sales, Marketing, Commercial Operations, Medical Affairs and Clinical Operations in pharmaceuticals or biotechnology. Legal expertise with , regulatory and compliance issues, including FDA regulations, False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, OIG guidance, the PhRMA Code, the Sunshine Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and competition law in connection with product labeling, promotional and promotional activities, marketing strategies, sales compensation, government reimbursement, and interactions with healthcare professionals are essential. Prior proven leadership experience in privacy law, health information management, risk, informatics and/or compliance management.

Must possess:

  • Depth of knowledge and understanding of pharmaceutical compliance issues.
  • Prior experience implementing effective compliance programs.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing program-wide policies and procedures, conducting investigations, and identifying and resolving operational issues.
  • Deep experience in assessing and identifying learning needs as well as providing education and training designed to support a learning organization.
  • Experience in appropriately managing confidential and sensitive information.
  • Demonstrated analytical abilities and proficient planning and negotiation skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills as well as being team-oriented.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Ability to effectively communicate in English in verbal, written, and presentation form.
  • Skilled at effectively consolidating and communicating information from diverse sources through all levels of the organization, up to executive management across all functional areas.
  • Adept at linking the team vision to corporate goals, strategy, and objectives and fostering a common vision within and between teams.
  • Proficient at effectively aligning resources and activities to achieve organizational goals.
  • Must be willing to travel up to 30%.

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Temporary Desktop Support Analyst
(Ref# DSA1114NC)

The position of Temporary Desktop Support Analyst will be responsible for providing support to all ACADIA Pharmaceutical internal IT clients in their use of computers, applications, and mobile devices located throughout the organization including the home office, offsite facilities, and mobile work force. Resolves most client device related hardware and software issues, seeking assistance when necessary. Also participates in technology projects from an infrastructure perspective.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Has primary responsibility to provide desktop support assisting IT clients with hardware, software, and mobile device questions, concerns, or issues by providing one-on-one resolution to the customer's satisfaction.
  • Answers and responds to IT support calls, services requests, incident tickets, and e-mail.
  • Documents all support efforts in the ITSM system as per procedures.
  • Troubleshoots and repairs hardware and software problems on customer computers and peripherals and gathers appropriate data to escalate to higher-level technicians or vendors when needed.
  • Installs, tests, and configures workstations/laptops, phones, peripheral equipment, and software.
  • Maintains inventory of all equipment, software and software licenses.
  • In Active Directory, assigns and removes users and computers as well as resetting passwords as needed as per procedures.
  • Ensures backup, recovery, and data restoration from workstations/laptops for customers during upgrades or problem diagnosis.
  • Orders IT supplies including software, hardware, peripherals devices, mobile devices, etc. as per procedures.
  • Supports and assists with projects and company initiatives as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

High School degree is required. An equivalent combination of relevant education and applicable job experience may be considered. A minimum of four years of progressive experience providing help desk and desktop support in an enterprise environment using Microsoft Active Directory with at least two years of experience providing support within the pharmaceutical industry.

Must possess:

  • Excellent understanding of desktop/laptop technologies including Windows OS's, office applications, imaging tools, BIOS updates, anti-virus, and security.
  • Good understanding of basic network support, VLANs, VPN, desktop firewalls, and wireless.
  • Good understanding of telephony technology, VOIP, and mobile device.
  • Understanding of ITIL/ITSM processes.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills and the ability to comprehend complex instructions and maintain written records.
  • Vendor management experience and abilities.

Preferred:

  • Desktop related certification: MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Support Technician on Windows 7 or MCITP: Enterprise Desktop Administrator on Windows 7 preferred
  • Network related certification: CompTIA Network+ or Cisco CCENT certification.

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Temporary Accounts Payable Processor
(Ref# APP1114CF)

The position of Temporary Accounts Payable Processor will performs full and complete cycle of accounts payable activities, including coding invoices, routing vendor invoices for approvals, wire set ups, weekly check runs, vendor communications, auditing employee expense reports, month end close, accruals and reconciliations.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Codes and audits invoices and expense reports.
  • Checks approval for all vouchers for payment prior to processing.
  • Prepares AP checks and performs weekly check runs.
  • Answers vendor inquiries and resolves vendor billing/payment discrepancies vendor maintenance.
  • Assists in month-end close tasks.
  • Prepares A/P support documentation for external auditors.
  • Generates AP reports and maintains AP files.
  • Conducts specialized research projects and responds to inquiries as required.
  • Adheres to corporate policies, government regulations and ensure all deadlines are met.
  • Provides AP support to employees and vendors.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

An Associate's degree or equivalent combination of relevant education and applicable job experience may be considered. A minimum of 4 years' related experience, preferably in the pharmaceutical or biotech industry. Previous Accounts Payable experience highly desired.

Must possess:

  • Experience working in a public company and in a Sarbanes-Oxley 404 environment.
  • Experience with Concur
  • Experience with Great Plains and Excel.
  • Understanding of sales/use tax application.
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills and the ability to comprehend complex instructions and maintain written records.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to schedule and coordinate multiple projects, priorities and resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to produce high quality work.
  • Ability to think through a project or task and execute from beginning to end independently.
  • Effective organizational, communication, and time management skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including tact, diplomacy, judgment and flexibility.
  • Proficiency at supporting effective interactions between team members and among cross-functional team.

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Quality Assurance Positions



Associate Director, GCP Auditing
(Ref# ADGCP0814UH)

The position of Associate Director, GCP Auditing will provide leadership and operational management of, and conduct audits for Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Good Clinical Practice (GCP), and Good Pharmacovigilance (PV) Practice as well as all relevant rules and regulations. As a member of the QA Auditing group ensure that audits are planned, conducted, followed up and managed in accordance with procedures as part of a Quality Management System that allows ACADIA Pharmaceuticals and its employees to achieve a high standard of compliance with regulatory guidance, while achieving the corporate mission to develop and deliver first in class therapies to patients with an unmet need.

Primary Responsibilities:

Audit Planning

  • Contribute to the development and management of global departmental audit plans
  • Act as QA Auditing representative for individual clinical programs; working with the Clinical Development Team(s) to ensure appropriate auditing oversight is provided across protocols belonging to the program
  • Prepare and provide regular communication on program and protocol level audit plans to management within Global QA and key R&D customer groups if required including Global Clinical Operations, Drug Safety Risk Management, Pre-clinical Drug Safety, and Regulatory Affairs as well as Corporate Compliance and Legal

Audit Execution

  • Schedule, prepare, conduct and report internal and external audits in GCP and GLP functions to ensure compliance with ACADIA Pharmaceuticals SOPs and applicable guidelines and regulations in relation to the conduct of research and development
  • Report and present audit observations to R&D staff and provide advice on resolving problems where applicable
  • Ensure timely responses to audit observations and the follow-up of proposed actions where required
  • Provide guidance and mentorship to junior colleagues, both in-house and on accompanied audits as required

Audit Reporting

  • Create reports and track follow-up of observations; provide support to auditees required to provide responses through the same system.
  • Ensure that audit reports are saved in a format consistent with data migration requirements.
  • Perform peer review of audit reports for colleagues and provide direction and guidance in report writing for junior colleagues as needed
  • Identify potential risks, areas of process improvement or trends from the various audits and communicate recommendations to management
  • Assist with the development of metrics (track and trending) reports and presentation of outcomes to ACADIA Pharmaceuticals R&D Departments

Audit Contractors

  • Assist in the identification and approval of auditing consultants to ensure that the appropriate coverage is provided for audit activities globally
  • Review and provide feedback on proposals, contracts, and invoices from consultants utilized by QA Auditing
  • Manage and oversee designated external contractors by acting as their key point of contact, ensuring they have the relevant audit plans, procedures and templates for audit execution and that audit activities and reporting consistently meet ACADIA Pharmaceuticals standards and expectations
  • Provide regular feedback on external contractor performance to management within QA Auditing
  • Procedural Documentation:
  • Assist and participate in the development of new and review of existing procedural documents governing QA Auditing, and review of all QA procedures when requested
  • Contribute to the development of department specific work instructions and guidance manuals as needed
  • Regulatory Inspections:
  • Assist and participate in regulatory inspection activities as required
  • Ensure that regulatory commitments are included in scope of audits where necessary
  • Provide senior management with regular inspection updates and periodic status reports.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in the life sciences or related. An equivalent combination of education and applicable job experience may be considered. Minimum 7 years' progressively responsible pharmaceutical experience with a focus on auditing with GLP and/or GCP and Pharmacovigilance, FDA and EMEA regulations. A minimum of 4 years' experience in a leadership role. Also requires:

  • Knowledge of GLP and/or GCP and Pharmacovigilance, FDA and EMEA regulations.
  • Knowledge of GLP, GCP and Pharmacovigilance, FDA, EMEA and ICH regulations and compliance audit concepts. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Able to work independently as well as in a cross-functional, multi-cultural team.
  • Must be able to independently interpret and apply practical knowledge of regulations and guidelines for the immediate resolution of compliance issues. Have the ability to assess regulatory/compliance risk, identify areas of improvement and propose practical solutions. Frequent internal and external contacts with R&D, Legal, PO&T, regulatory agencies, CROs, clinical investigators, etc.

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Director, GMP QA
(Ref# SDGMP0814UH)

The position of Director, GMP QA will Directs and implement quality programs for all commercial and clinical manufacturing operations and interact with executive management to achieve corporate compliance goals.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Develop, implement and communicate the quality strategy and programs throughout the organization
  • Promote recognition of quality programs among internal and external customers
  • Direct QA activities of multiple functional areas and manufacturing sites
  • Manage all contact with the FDA and marketing partners regarding quality issues including field alerts, recalls or regulatory actions.
  • Manage GMP inspections and audits from both regulatory authorities and marketing partners and provide follow-up responses for all aspects of the business
  • Organize internal investigations and assure complete and accurate documentation
  • Review and approve documents as required, including protocols, reports, document changes, etc.
  • Work collaboratively with both internal and external clients and with regulatory agencies to resolve quality issues and maintain GMP compliance
  • Promote positive work environment by communicating clear direction on corporate goals
  • Responsible for communicating quality issues to department head and may communicate to executive management, including resource requirements, to maintain compliance
  • Establishes quality metrics for GMP related functional areas within the organization
  • Support activities for the GMP facility include review/approval of facility and equipment validation protocols, validation reports and associated data; review and approval of new and revised standard operating procedures; review and approval of facility testing data including environmental monitoring, water testing, etc.
  • Conduct investigations into GMP-related issues and the management of the QA change control process.
  • Support activities for the Manufacturing and Materials Management departments including release of raw materials, processing components, and container closures, review of draft and executed batch records, QA verification of production line clearances, release of pharmaceutical products and QA review and approval of product label proofs and issuance of labels.
  • Prepares and conduct the Quality Management Review meetings with senior management.
  • Identifies opportunities for process improvement and/or process re-design
  • Assures that SOPs related to QA are updated
  • Direct, provide oversight and input into the relevant quality systems and standards areas including: change control; documentation systems; quality procedures, standards and policies; customer complaints; quality system reporting; and other related areas.
  • Coordinating activities and leading interactions during regulatory agency inspections, notified third party audits, and customer audits.
  • Provide direction and strategy to identify, assess, and remediate current and previous quality system risks, gaps, including conducting corporate gap assessments and development of standards.
  • Partner with various key stakeholders across the organization to assess all quality systems and standards needs and to provide resource and support for planning and execution
  • Manages, as needed, vendors conducting audits of ACADIA projects
  • Management of audit conduct and reporting, including allocation of appropriate audit resources

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Life Sciences Master's degree preferred. A combination of relevant education and applicable job experience may be considered. A minimum of 15 years of progressively responsible experience within QA related functions with 8 or more years directly and progressively responsible experience in GMP QA, including 3 years leading inspection readiness activities; a minimum of 8 years in a leadership role. Also requires:

  • Thorough knowledge of best practices in quality management in pharma and other relevant industries for potential application at ACADIA
  • Thorough knowledge of external environment factors that impact ACADIA performance in clinical trials; understand drivers of success in clinical development.
  • Proven success developing and executing strategy through expert understanding of the market and industry.
  • Experience successfully commercializing new products.
  • Extensive knowledge of guidelines and regulations that affect the GMP QA programs.
  • Excellent influencing, communication and interpersonal skills, as well as the ability to influence and interact at multiple levels of the organization, manage multiple priorities, and deliver excellent results.
  • Proven experience interfacing with regulatory authorities, notified third party audits and either leading or being in a lead role during regulatory inspections.
  • Experience with, or direct knowledge of, several quality system elements (e.g. complaints, document change control, standards and systems management, quality directive and procedures, Annual and Product Quality Review APR/PQR, Compliance related field actions, alerts and like events).
  • A proven track record of participating in cross-functional teams to achieve significant quality and process improvements is required.
  • Demonstrated success building organizations, creating and leading highly effective high performing teams.
  • Adeptness at creating and communicating a clear vision among direct reports, effectively aligning resources and motivating teams to achieve goals.
  • Demonstrated analytical abilities and proficient planning and negotiation skills.

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Senior Manager, Quality Assurance - GXP Quality Systems
(Ref# MQAGXP0814UH)

The position of Senior Manager, Quality Assurance - GXP Quality Systems will be responsible for implementing and maintaining systems and procedures to ensure and enhance overall quality focusing on document control, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) training, engineering change review, quality systems audits, and complaint handling through the Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) program. Monitors manufacturing, development and quality processes to ensure conformance and compliance with all FDA and applicable international regulations.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Implement and maintain the quality program; promotes and facilitates continuous quality improvement.
  • Identify and resolve internal quality issues (e.g., identifies and helps resolve problems and/or issues with processes across departments).
  • Ensure compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP); acts as GCP/GLP expert to groups.
  • Ensure the conduct of internal quality assurance audits of clinical trial data and records, including clinical databases, monitoring files and study files. Reviews clinical documents for compliance to stated company SOPs, formats, and regulatory requirements (protocols, amendments, sample case report forms, Informed Consent forms).
  • Participate in the writing and/or review of all company SOPs to insure appropriate codification of GCP/GLP procedures.
  • Ensures training on SOPs, regulatory requirements, and quality initiatives is conducted.
  • Develop/maintain company SOP and quality policy training program and files.
  • Manage client/sponsor audits and regulatory inspections; leads tours, presents requested documents and answers questions.
  • Develop processes to ensure compliance with quality processes and procedures.
  • Oversee quality programs, ensuring compliance with Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) requirements. Reviews Study Plans and pre-clinical SOPs.
  • Other duties as assigned/required.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Life Sciences. An equivalent combination of relevant education and applicable job experience may be considered. Minimum of 5 years' related and progressively responsible experience in the pharmaceutical or biopharmaceutical industry with previous supervisory/decision making responsibility. GCP auditing and compliance experience in a pharmaceutical or clinical research organization and federal regulatory experience in the medical devices. Also requires:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Quality Assurance activities and International Conference on Harmonization (ICH) and FDA/EU GMP regulations as they relate to clinical trials, product development, manufacturing, and technology transfer.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in interpretations of cGMP regulations, both US and international.
  • American Society for Quality (ASQ) certification or equivalent is a plus.
  • Extensive knowledge of GCP, GLP, ICH guidelines, FDA guidelines, and other applicable regulatory requirements.
  • Sound knowledge of cGMPs or equivalent regulations.
  • Ability to analyze information and solve problems relating to quality assurance and regulatory issues.
  • Experience implementing and managing quality management systems.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook.
  • Strong focus on flexibility, ability to multi-task, attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, good follow-up and judgment and ability to prioritize.
  • Skilled at effectively communicating department or area issues and results within and across functional areas and conducting presentations of technical information concerning specific projects or timelines.
  • Able to gain cooperation of others.
  • Skilled at effectively leading a cooperative team effort and organizing resources to achieve team goals.
  • Able to make and prioritize process and resource decisions based on overall team needs.
  • Travel 10-20% will be required.

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Senior Manager, Quality Assurance - GMP
(Ref# SMGMP1014UH)

The position of Senior Manager, Quality Assurance – GMP will be responsible for establishing systems and procedures to ensure and enhance quality focusing on document control, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) training, change control review, process validation, GMP quality systems audits, batch release, and complaint handling through the Corrective and Preventative Action (CAPA) program. Monitors manufacturing, development and quality processes to ensure conformance and compliance with all FDA and applicable international regulations.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Participates in the design implementation and management of the site GMP and cGMP quality management system, based on FDA and applicable international regulations.
  • Manages the GMP-related aspects of the Corrective and Preventative Action Program.
  • Monitors compliance with all FDA and applicable international quality management system regulations.
  • Oversees the supplier audit program.
  • Oversees the Document Control function:
    • - Reviews the activities of the change control process, including change orders on behalf of Manufacturing, Clinical Development, and other departments.
    • - Directs archival activities for controlled documents and validation files.
    • - Supervises the implementation, management and administration of the department electronic document management system (EDMS).
  • Manages the GMP training program including employee training record maintenance and retention through the Document Control Center.
  • Manages Contract Manufacturing Organization (CMO) tech transfer, process validation, batch documentation, registration batch review, and process changes and deviations.
  • Manages Quality Agreements with respect to Supply Agreements and Technical assessments with CMO and other outsourced clinical and/or commercial manufacturing vendors.
  • Provides leadership in continuous improvement according to GMP and current industry standards.
  • Ensures that Quality Assurance is represented on all product development teams.
  • Recommends changes to policies and establishes procedures that affect the functional area and may also have company-wide effect.
  • Ensures compliance with company policies, including Privacy/HIPAA, and other legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Other duties as assigned/required.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

B.S. degree in Chemistry/Biology. An equivalent combination of relevant education and applicable job experience may be considered. Minimum of 5 years’ related and progressively responsible experience in the pharmaceutical or biopharmaceutical industry with previous supervisory/decision making responsibility.

Must possess:

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Quality Assurance activities and International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) and FDA/EU GMP regulations as they relate to clinical trials, product development, manufacturing, and technology transfer.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in interpretation of cGMP regulations, both US and international.
  • American Society for Quality (ASQ) certification or equivalent is a plus.
  • Experience implementing and managing quality management systems.
  • Experience conducting internal and supplier audits and manufacturing facilities inspections.
  • Ability to interpret and relate Quality standards for implementation and review.
  • Skilled at effectively communicating department or area issues and results within and across functional areas and conducting presentations of technical information concerning specific projects or timelines.
  • Able to gain cooperation of others.
  • Skilled at effectively leading a cooperative team effort and organizing resources to achieve team goals.
  • Able to make and prioritize process and resource decisions based on overall team needs.
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Travel 10-20% will be required.

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Development Positions



Director, Regulatory Affairs - Ad Promo & Labeling
(Ref# DCRA0414HW)

The Director, Commercial Regulatory Affairs will provide regulatory leadership in support of the commercialization of products at ACADIA. The incumbent will review proposed advertising and promotional materials for regulatory compliance; provide advice to the Development, Commercial and Executive Management teams relative to regulatory and promotional issues involving pharmaceutical products, and partners in the development of systems to assure corporate compliance with the post-marketing regulatory environment.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline; an advanced degree preferred.
  • A minimum of 10 years' progressively responsible pharmaceutical industry or health authority experience including a minimum of five years in a Regulatory Affairs role with a minimum of three years direct related experience in advertising, promotion and labeling
  • A minimum of six years a leadership role.
  • Knowledge and understanding of U.S. as well as global regulatory regulations and guidelines.
  • Previous experience interacting with the FDA.
  • Ability to work in a cross-functional team environment and manage competing priorities
  • Strong interpersonal skills, attention to detail and excellent organizational, computer, and documentation skills

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Development Program Manager
(Ref# PM0414FLH)

The Development Program Manager will work with the project leader and team members to ensure timely, efficient, and effective management of team activities. Coordinate and facilitate timeline deliverables with clear understanding of functional interdependencies and critical path activities. Support various development functional areas on the project, attend/coordinate sub-team meetings; organize ad hoc working groups as needed to move project activities forward in a timely and cost-effective way. Help set-up contracts for vendors and consultants, and manage budget. Assist in the compilation, review and editing of Project Team documents associated with all areas of development (preclinical, CMC, clinical, regulatory and commercial). Communicate project status and issues, and help ensure project team goals and NDA submission deliverables are met. Anticipate obstacles and, in concert with other relevant team members, devise and implement solutions to achieve project goals.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree and minimum 5 years of progressively responsible, relevant experience. Equivalent experience and education may be considered.

Must possess:

  • Experience managing cross-functional project teams.
  • A solid understanding of the drug development process and the principles, concepts, practices, and standards of pharmaceutical project management.
  • Familiarity with FDA and/or EMA Regulations, ICH Guidelines, and GXPs governing the conduct of clinical trials is desirable.
  • Excellent interpersonal, organizational, written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to support multiple project teams simultaneously, be well organized and have strong time management skills and attention to detail.
  • In-depth knowledge and skill with Microsoft Project, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and other reporting and tracking tools.
  • Ability to work under limited supervision, determine personal work plan, and schedule tasks and activities accordingly.
  • Ability to accommodate shifting priorities, demands and timelines.
  • Ability to elicit cooperation from a wide variety of sources and to be persuasive, encouraging and motivating.
  • Ability to learn, understand and apply new technologies, strategies and approaches that enhance the team's ability to achieve goals and meet timelines/deliverables.
  • Late stage drug development/NDA experience preferred.

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Clinical Data Reviewer
(Ref# CDR1014JH)

As part of the Clinical Operations team, the Clinical Data Reviewer will be responsible for study-specific data review activities, including data verification, checking for completeness, data review, and database closure.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Reviews study records including case report forms (CRFs), line listings, and, if applicable, other documents such as monitoring visit reports; provides relevant feedback to study managers.
  • Verifies data entered on the CRFs is consistent with clinical notes and other source documents.
  • Creates and maintains study data review tracking documents.
  • Reviews study data to look for trends and overall sense of data at the patient and site levels.
  • Assists with study file audits and site audit preparation.
  • Assists with internal SOP/guideline development.
  • Interfaces with clinical, regulatory, development staff as necessary to accomplish responsibilities.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • BA/BS in Health Sciences or equivalent combination of relevant education and applicable job experience.
  • Minimum 5 years of experience in the clinical monitoring arena, preferably with a CNS background.
  • Strong adaptability to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.

Must possess:

  • Good Clinical Practices (GCP) knowledge.
  • Ability to review clinical data for trends, errors, and inconsistencies.
  • Demonstrated ability to coordinate and organize clinical data.
  • Prior monitoring experience including study start-up to closeout visits from Phases I-IV clinical programs.
  • Understanding of all aspects involved in the data management responsibilities throughout a clinical trial.
  • Experience with, and practical understanding of, at least one clinical data management system (e.g. BioClinica Express EDC, Medidata Rave, Inform, Clintrial).
  • Knowledge and experience with locking data bases.
  • Medical knowledge of drugs and familiarity with medical coding dictionaries.
  • Proficient organizational and documentation skills with strong attention to detail.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong understanding of regulatory guidance and regulations (eg. International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH), 21CFR Part 11, etc.).
  • Must be a team player who works effectively with other disciplines.

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Clinical Study Assistant
(Ref# CSA1014JH)

As part of the Clinical Operations team, the Clinical Study Assistant will supports Sr. Clinical Study Managers with administrative duties in managing clinical trials (Phases I –IV) to ensure that studies are carried out according to the protocol, SOPs, applicable regulations and principles of Good Clinical Practice (GCP).

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provides day-to-day departmental/project support activities with primary responsibility for filing and maintaining the Clinical Trial Master Files (TMF), which includes review of received documents for accuracy and completeness.
  • Processes clinical records and forms; updates and maintains clinical trackers; reports site/study status to the Clinical Study Team.
  • Reviews required site documentation to remain current during the conduct of a study.
  • Identifies potential compliance gaps as instructed.
  • Completes data entry and maintains clinical study research's electronic and paper-based filing systems.
  • Ensures all required documentation has been obtained by the Company and is also available in the Investigators Site Files.
  • Prepares study and site regulatory binders and miscellaneous study materials.
  • Coordinates the distribution of communications to all sites (e.g. questionnaires, newsletters, mass mailings, etc.).
  • Submits required documentation for completion of a Clinical Study Report (CSR) or inclusion in a regulatory filing.
  • Attends meetings, takes meeting notes, and updates and distributes meeting minutes.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

  • Associate's degree. Equivalent combination of relevant education and applicable job experience may be considered.
  • A minimum of 4 years progressively responsible experience in administrative support with a focus on clinical trials.
  • Pharma or biotech experience required.

Must possess:

  • Knowledge of ICH-GCP guidelines and FDA regulations preferred.
  • Experience in biotechnology or clinical study research preferred.
  • Ability to interact professionally with external resources.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal).
  • Strong organizational skills with attention to detail and ability to multi-task.
  • Ability to take initiative and willingness to learn new things.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a project team.
  • Demonstrated analytical skills and problem solving abilities.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.

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Development Positions



Medical Science Liaison (MSL) - Northwest Area
(Ref# MSL0914SK)

The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of Company selected therapeutic areas. Develops on-going professional relationships with national/regional healthcare practitioners and facilitates the education of these practitioners and their colleagues regarding current and forthcoming therapies developed and commercialized by the Company. Ensures access to current medical and scientific information on Company products and areas of therapeutic interest to targeted Key Opinion Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, Managed Market Stakeholders and decision makers consistent with the objectives of ACADIA and the Medical Affairs and Development Departments.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Identifies and develops relationships with national and regional medical and scientific thought leaders, patient advocacy groups, and centers of excellence consistent with the strategy and objectives of ACADIA's Medical Affairs and Development Departments.
  • Engages national and regional thought leaders to align interests, discuss research and medical information, and participate in scientific exchange and education about current and emerging therapies
  • Provides Phase 3b / 4 research trial site support and investigator-initiated research proposal cultivation and facilitation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical and educational support and presentations for national or regional managed care accounts and organizations.
  • Develops and maintains scientific, clinical and therapeutic expertise for Parkinson's disease, Parkinson's disease Psychosis, and psychosis seen in other neurological disorders; therapies utilized to manage these symptoms; and pimavanserin.
  • Identifies disease concepts and compound characteristics that can be leveraged into product differentiation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical, and educational support for internal and external clients.
  • Represents the company at specific continuing educational events, programs, medical meetings and conventions.
  • Supports commercial operations by participating in Speaker and Sales Representative Training.
  • Partners with the internal departments to ensure accurate delivery of medical and scientific information.
  • Leads/participates on project teams as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline. An advanced degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) highly preferred. Prior experience as an MSL required, preferably in the central nervous system (CNS) area.

Must possess:

  • Expert scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge.
  • Knowledge of regulatory, compliance, commercial, and clinical issues affecting the pharmaceutical and managed care industries.
  • Firm background in scientific methodology, general pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and facilitation formats.
  • Demonstrated expertise in drug information communication.
  • Skills in instructional design, teaching, coaching and mentoring.
  • Ability to assert own ideas and persuade others through effectively consolidating, evaluating, and presenting relevant information.
  • Demonstrated skill at promoting team cooperation and a commitment to team success.
  • Adept at seeing change as an opportunity to improve business performance and campaigning for it when necessary.
  • High level of facility with relevant computer and software capabilities, including MS Office programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to travel up to 50% to 75% of time.

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Medical Science Liaison (MSL) - Southwest Area
(Ref# MSL0914SK)

The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of Company selected therapeutic areas. Develops on-going professional relationships with national/regional healthcare practitioners and facilitates the education of these practitioners and their colleagues regarding current and forthcoming therapies developed and commercialized by the Company. Ensures access to current medical and scientific information on Company products and areas of therapeutic interest to targeted Key Opinion Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, Managed Market Stakeholders and decision makers consistent with the objectives of ACADIA and the Medical Affairs and Development Departments.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Identifies and develops relationships with national and regional medical and scientific thought leaders, patient advocacy groups, and centers of excellence consistent with the strategy and objectives of ACADIA's Medical Affairs and Development Departments.
  • Engages national and regional thought leaders to align interests, discuss research and medical information, and participate in scientific exchange and education about current and emerging therapies
  • Provides Phase 3b / 4 research trial site support and investigator-initiated research proposal cultivation and facilitation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical and educational support and presentations for national or regional managed care accounts and organizations.
  • Develops and maintains scientific, clinical and therapeutic expertise for Parkinson's disease, Parkinson's disease Psychosis, and psychosis seen in other neurological disorders; therapies utilized to manage these symptoms; and pimavanserin.
  • Identifies disease concepts and compound characteristics that can be leveraged into product differentiation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical, and educational support for internal and external clients.
  • Represents the company at specific continuing educational events, programs, medical meetings and conventions.
  • Supports commercial operations by participating in Speaker and Sales Representative Training.
  • Partners with the internal departments to ensure accurate delivery of medical and scientific information.
  • Leads/participates on project teams as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline. An advanced degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) highly preferred. Prior experience as an MSL required, preferably in the central nervous system (CNS) area.

Must possess:

  • Expert scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge.
  • Knowledge of regulatory, compliance, commercial, and clinical issues affecting the pharmaceutical and managed care industries.
  • Firm background in scientific methodology, general pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and facilitation formats.
  • Demonstrated expertise in drug information communication.
  • Skills in instructional design, teaching, coaching and mentoring.
  • Ability to assert own ideas and persuade others through effectively consolidating, evaluating, and presenting relevant information.
  • Demonstrated skill at promoting team cooperation and a commitment to team success.
  • Adept at seeing change as an opportunity to improve business performance and campaigning for it when necessary.
  • High level of facility with relevant computer and software capabilities, including MS Office programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to travel up to 50% to 75% of time.

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Medical Science Liaison (MSL) - South Area
(Ref# MSL0914SK)

The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of Company selected therapeutic areas. Develops on-going professional relationships with national/regional healthcare practitioners and facilitates the education of these practitioners and their colleagues regarding current and forthcoming therapies developed and commercialized by the Company. Ensures access to current medical and scientific information on Company products and areas of therapeutic interest to targeted Key Opinion Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, Managed Market Stakeholders and decision makers consistent with the objectives of ACADIA and the Medical Affairs and Development Departments.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Identifies and develops relationships with national and regional medical and scientific thought leaders, patient advocacy groups, and centers of excellence consistent with the strategy and objectives of ACADIA's Medical Affairs and Development Departments.
  • Engages national and regional thought leaders to align interests, discuss research and medical information, and participate in scientific exchange and education about current and emerging therapies
  • Provides Phase 3b / 4 research trial site support and investigator-initiated research proposal cultivation and facilitation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical and educational support and presentations for national or regional managed care accounts and organizations.
  • Develops and maintains scientific, clinical and therapeutic expertise for Parkinson's disease, Parkinson's disease Psychosis, and psychosis seen in other neurological disorders; therapies utilized to manage these symptoms; and pimavanserin.
  • Identifies disease concepts and compound characteristics that can be leveraged into product differentiation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical, and educational support for internal and external clients.
  • Represents the company at specific continuing educational events, programs, medical meetings and conventions.
  • Supports commercial operations by participating in Speaker and Sales Representative Training.
  • Partners with the internal departments to ensure accurate delivery of medical and scientific information.
  • Leads/participates on project teams as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline. An advanced degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) highly preferred. Prior experience as an MSL required, preferably in the central nervous system (CNS) area.

Must possess:

  • Expert scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge.
  • Knowledge of regulatory, compliance, commercial, and clinical issues affecting the pharmaceutical and managed care industries.
  • Firm background in scientific methodology, general pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and facilitation formats.
  • Demonstrated expertise in drug information communication.
  • Skills in instructional design, teaching, coaching and mentoring.
  • Ability to assert own ideas and persuade others through effectively consolidating, evaluating, and presenting relevant information.
  • Demonstrated skill at promoting team cooperation and a commitment to team success.
  • Adept at seeing change as an opportunity to improve business performance and campaigning for it when necessary.
  • High level of facility with relevant computer and software capabilities, including MS Office programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to travel up to 50% to 75% of time.

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Medical Science Liaison (MSL) - Great Lakes Area
(Ref# MSL0914SK)

The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of Company selected therapeutic areas. Develops on-going professional relationships with national/regional healthcare practitioners and facilitates the education of these practitioners and their colleagues regarding current and forthcoming therapies developed and commercialized by the Company. Ensures access to current medical and scientific information on Company products and areas of therapeutic interest to targeted Key Opinion Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, Managed Market Stakeholders and decision makers consistent with the objectives of ACADIA and the Medical Affairs and Development Departments.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Identifies and develops relationships with national and regional medical and scientific thought leaders, patient advocacy groups, and centers of excellence consistent with the strategy and objectives of ACADIA's Medical Affairs and Development Departments.
  • Engages national and regional thought leaders to align interests, discuss research and medical information, and participate in scientific exchange and education about current and emerging therapies
  • Provides Phase 3b / 4 research trial site support and investigator-initiated research proposal cultivation and facilitation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical and educational support and presentations for national or regional managed care accounts and organizations.
  • Develops and maintains scientific, clinical and therapeutic expertise for Parkinson's disease, Parkinson's disease Psychosis, and psychosis seen in other neurological disorders; therapies utilized to manage these symptoms; and pimavanserin.
  • Identifies disease concepts and compound characteristics that can be leveraged into product differentiation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical, and educational support for internal and external clients.
  • Represents the company at specific continuing educational events, programs, medical meetings and conventions.
  • Supports commercial operations by participating in Speaker and Sales Representative Training.
  • Partners with the internal departments to ensure accurate delivery of medical and scientific information.
  • Leads/participates on project teams as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline. An advanced degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) highly preferred. Prior experience as an MSL required, preferably in the central nervous system (CNS) area.

Must possess:

  • Expert scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge.
  • Knowledge of regulatory, compliance, commercial, and clinical issues affecting the pharmaceutical and managed care industries.
  • Firm background in scientific methodology, general pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and facilitation formats.
  • Demonstrated expertise in drug information communication.
  • Skills in instructional design, teaching, coaching and mentoring.
  • Ability to assert own ideas and persuade others through effectively consolidating, evaluating, and presenting relevant information.
  • Demonstrated skill at promoting team cooperation and a commitment to team success.
  • Adept at seeing change as an opportunity to improve business performance and campaigning for it when necessary.
  • High level of facility with relevant computer and software capabilities, including MS Office programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to travel up to 50% to 75% of time.

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Medical Science Liaison (MSL) - Northeast Area
(Ref# MSL0914SK)

The Medical Science Liaison (MSL) is responsible for supporting medical and scientific initiatives on behalf of Company selected therapeutic areas. Develops on-going professional relationships with national/regional healthcare practitioners and facilitates the education of these practitioners and their colleagues regarding current and forthcoming therapies developed and commercialized by the Company. Ensures access to current medical and scientific information on Company products and areas of therapeutic interest to targeted Key Opinion Leaders, Healthcare Professionals, Managed Market Stakeholders and decision makers consistent with the objectives of ACADIA and the Medical Affairs and Development Departments.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Identifies and develops relationships with national and regional medical and scientific thought leaders, patient advocacy groups, and centers of excellence consistent with the strategy and objectives of ACADIA's Medical Affairs and Development Departments.
  • Engages national and regional thought leaders to align interests, discuss research and medical information, and participate in scientific exchange and education about current and emerging therapies
  • Provides Phase 3b / 4 research trial site support and investigator-initiated research proposal cultivation and facilitation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical and educational support and presentations for national or regional managed care accounts and organizations.
  • Develops and maintains scientific, clinical and therapeutic expertise for Parkinson's disease, Parkinson's disease Psychosis, and psychosis seen in other neurological disorders; therapies utilized to manage these symptoms; and pimavanserin.
  • Identifies disease concepts and compound characteristics that can be leveraged into product differentiation.
  • Provides appropriate scientific, clinical, and educational support for internal and external clients.
  • Represents the company at specific continuing educational events, programs, medical meetings and conventions.
  • Supports commercial operations by participating in Speaker and Sales Representative Training.
  • Partners with the internal departments to ensure accurate delivery of medical and scientific information.
  • Leads/participates on project teams as necessary.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in a scientific discipline. An advanced degree (MD, PharmD, PhD) highly preferred. Prior experience as an MSL required, preferably in the central nervous system (CNS) area.

Must possess:

  • Expert scientific and pharmaceutical knowledge.
  • Knowledge of regulatory, compliance, commercial, and clinical issues affecting the pharmaceutical and managed care industries.
  • Firm background in scientific methodology, general pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • Knowledge of customer segments and market dynamics.
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Highly developed interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and facilitation formats.
  • Demonstrated expertise in drug information communication.
  • Skills in instructional design, teaching, coaching and mentoring.
  • Ability to assert own ideas and persuade others through effectively consolidating, evaluating, and presenting relevant information.
  • Demonstrated skill at promoting team cooperation and a commitment to team success.
  • Adept at seeing change as an opportunity to improve business performance and campaigning for it when necessary.
  • High level of facility with relevant computer and software capabilities, including MS Office programs (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).
  • Ability to travel up to 50% to 75% of time.

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Regional Sales Manager - New England Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - New York City Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Washington D.C. Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Atlanta Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Deep South Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Florida Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Northwest Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Southwest Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Denver Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Texas Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Chicago Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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Regional Sales Manager - Midwest Region
(Ref# RSM0614JH)

The Regional Sales Manager (RSM) is responsible for managing a team of specialty sales representatives who interface directly with customers in the field. This includes hiring, developing, coaching, evaluating, and leading them toward successful sales results. The RSM serves as a resource to the team as an expert in disease state and product knowledge, as well as the selling process and regional payer environment. Responsibility also includes business management, such as budgeting and action planning - as well as overseeing execution of all elements of sales implementation, including routing, call activity, and programming. Positions will be geographically based.

Primary Responsibilities:

Lead the Team
  • Recruit, interview, and hire sales specialists
  • Build a winning, customer-centric culture - and model it by establishing strong relationships directly with important customers
  • Motivate and inspire a team toward a common vision
  • Plan and execute effective sales meetings
  • Contribute to the oversight and guidance of ACADIA, and represent well its mission and values
  • Ensure compliance with all company policies
Coach Sales Specialists
  • Complete field visits on a regular basis and coach sales specialists on selling skills and customer interactions
  • Evaluate sales specialist behaviors - providing recognition or identifying development areas as appropriate
  • Handle personnel issues in a timely fashion as they arise
  • Train and develop staff toward improved skills and success in their roles
Manage the Business
  • Create clear expectations and hold the team accountable to them
  • Establish alignment through a business planning and review process
  • Develop and adhere to a budget
  • Monitor and analyze business results and make necessary adjustments
  • Meet or exceed sales expectations

Experience and Education Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree, MBA preferred. A minimum of two years progressively responsible experience in pharmaceutical or medical sales management, with a focus on neuroscience preferred. Must possess:

  • Demonstrated leadership and field coaching ability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to build and maintain lasting relationships with key customers and build networks within the medical community
  • Ability to anticipate future business opportunities and customer needs
  • Ability to complete verbal and written evaluations of others
  • Organization, initiative, and self-motivation
  • Professionalism, integrity, and the ability to comply to strict policy, work in a highly regulated environment, and maintain confidential information and data
  • Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
  • Must live within the boundaries of the region or a directly neighboring region, and near a major airport
  • Significant overnight travel may be required

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