Clinical Development Innovation Intern

TOLMAR Pharmaceuticals

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$15 /h
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Remote, CO

Job Description

As posted by the hiring company

Job Overview:

About Tolmar 

Do you want to learn new skills, explore pharmaceutical research and manufacturing, network with experts and build a resume that opens doors? Join us to launch your career. We’ll support you with training, employee connections, and our shared vision for specialty pharmaceuticals. 

Tolmar, Inc. is a fully integrated pharmaceutical company based in Colorado that develops, manufactures, and globally distributes branded and generic prescription pharmaceuticals in the areas of urology, oncology, and dermatology. Tolmar is a leader in the development and manufacturing of specialty injectable products such as ELIGARD® and FENSOLVI®, not to mention our extensive line of generic prescription dermatologic applications. 

Passion guides our commitment to providing the highest level of support to the health care providers and patients within the disease states that our products treat. Our highly experienced, commercial leadership team and specialty sales force embody dedication with purpose. Tolmar is dedicated to advancing our pipeline of products and expanding our portfolio to serve important patient medical needs. 

About Clinical Development 

The Tolmar Clinical Development team is responsible for nonclinical and clinical studies conducted in support of Tolmar products, both generic and branded. Members of the team are responsible for strategic and scientific input on future nonclinical and clinical programs, working collaboratively to design, plan, implement, analyze, and report nonclinical and clinical studies with the overarching goal of new product development.

Operationally, the team works collaboratively with cross-functional teams to evaluate new therapeutic targets and/or formulations and to recommend potential new product development opportunities in consideration of nonclinical and clinical studies likely required to achieve regulatory approval.

Proposed Work Description 

The nature of business is that priorities can shift according to the needs of the company/department and therefore the work described below is a sampling of the kinds of work we expect this position to entail:

The position will support Tolmar Research & Development (R&D) by helping evaluate the potential clinical safety and efficacy of proposed pipeline products. This will include summarizing publicly available resources (including scientific literature and regulatory documents) and presenting findings/key conclusions to the broader R&D/product pipeline team. While focused primary on clinical-related contributions, this position will have exposure to efforts related to clinical trial design, regulatory strategies, legal/intellectual property considerations, formulation development and marketing evaluations for new product concepts.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities   

  • Ability to interact collaboratively and effectively in a team environment.
  • Well-developed oral and written communication skills with an ability to communicate scientific concepts to a variety of individuals with varied backgrounds.
  • Ability to work independently when needed.
  • Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects and tasks demonstrating strong organization and time management skills; to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Proficient computer skills with demonstrated experience in working with Microsoft Suite of programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, and Outlook).

Core Values 

The Intern is expected to operate within the framework of Tolmar’s Core Values: 

  • Consistently operate with the highest standards of ethics and compliance.  
  • Take ownership of your actions, success and setbacks. 
  • Respect each other and understand that honest collaboration is at the heart of our company success.  
  • Go the extra mile to make things happen. 
  • Be committed to all we do and the patients we serve. 
  • Embrace change with enthusiasm. 
  • Strive to learn about and understand the needs of customers and patients, and take action with great speed and efficiency no matter the task. 

Education & Experience 

  • Pursuing college- or graduate-level degree in a related scientific field (i.e. biology, toxicology, pharmacology).

Working Conditions 

  • Work is performed primarily remotely. Intern must have access to a private, quiet home working area during business hours (8 AM-5 PM Mountain Time). 

Compensation and Benefits