Verana Health, a digital health company that delivers quality drug lifecycle and medical practice insights from an exclusive real-world data network, recently secured a $150 million Series E led by Johnson & Johnson Innovation – JJDC, Inc. (JJDC) and Novo Growth, the growth-stage investment arm of Novo Holdings. Existing Verana Health investors GV (formerly Google Ventures), Casdin Capital, and Brook Byers also joined the round, as well as notable new investors, including the Merck Global Health Innovation Fund, THVC, and Breyer Capital.

We are driven to create quality real-world data in ophthalmology, neurology and urology to accelerate quality insights across the drug lifecycle and within medical practices. Additionally, we are driven to advance the quality of care and quality of life for patients. DRIVE defines our internal purpose and is the galvanizing force that helps ground us in a shared corporate culture. DRIVE is: Diversity, Responsibility, Integrity, Voice-of-Customer and End-Results. Click here to read more about our culture and values.

Our headquarters are located in San Francisco and we have additional offices in Knoxville, TN and New York City with employees working remotely in AZ, CA, CO, CT, FL, GA, IL, LA, MA, NC, NJ, NY, OH, OR, PA, TN, TX, UT , VA, WA, WI. All employees are required to have permanent residency in one of these states. Candidates who are willing to relocate are also encouraged to apply. 

We cannot currently sponsor H1-B or OPT visas at this time.

Verana Health is looking for a Principal Real World Evidence/ Outcomes Research who can lead early engagement with customers to collaboratively build opportunities converting RWD to RWE strategies. We see this person as a senior level, seasoned individual contributor, reporting up through the commercial organization.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with business development to seek out and identify new revenue opportunities at existing and potential clients.
  • Collaborate with customers to understand project objectives and stakeholder needs, and build solutions to achieve goals.
  • Take a lead role in proposal development to ensure that actionable, on-target and timely proposals are provided to clients.
  • Available as an internal resource for project teams to ensure achievement of efficient and effective project delivery.
  • Represent customer view and needs to internal teams to inform internal strategies and areas of future focus.

Requirements

  • A minimum of 10 years life sciences consulting experience or equivalent .
  • PharmD, Master's/PhD in epidemiology, biostatistics (or related) or bachelors degree with 10+ years experience.
  • Strong experience around innovative study design.
  • Experience in Clinical Development and Clinical Trials, within Pharma and/or CRO.
  • Extensive experience designing and executing retrospective database studies for life sciences.
  • Experience with RWD sources and RWE strategies.
  • Knowledge of FDA/regulatory guidelines and future focus.
  • Familiar with sell and deliver model, or sales and delivery experience.
  • Consulting experience preferred.

 

Benefits:

  • We provide health, vision, and dental coverage for employees
    • Verama pays 100% of employee insurance coverage and 70% of family 
    • Plus an additional monthly $100 individual / $200 HSA contribution with HDHP 
  • Spring Health mental health support
  • Flexible vacation plans
  • A generous parental leave policy and family building support through the Carrot app
  • $500 learning and development budget 
  • $25/wk in Doordash credit 
  • Headspace meditation app - unlimited access
  • Gympass -  3 free live classes per week + monthly discounts for gyms like Soulcycle

Final note:

You do not need to match every listed expectation to apply for this position. Here at Verana, we know that diverse perspectives foster the innovation we need to be successful, and we are committed to building a team that encompasses a variety of backgrounds, experiences, and skills.

 

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