Help us defy heart disease. Join the CRF team.
The Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF) is dedicated to identifying, developing and promoting the latest advancements in heart and vascular disease. For over 25 years, we have helped pioneer innovations and have educated doctors on the latest treatments. We are committed to igniting the next wave of innovation in research and education that will help doctors save and improve the quality of their patients’ lives. We invite you to learn more about available career opportunities here. To be considered for these opportunities, please submit your resume, including salary requirements and availability to email@example.com. Please refer to the specific job title in your email. CRF is an equal opportunity employer.
Center for Education
Digital Marketing Associate
TCTMD.com, a popular and growing destination for news and education for the interventional cardiology community, is seeking an experienced and entrepreneurial Digital Marketing Associate to join our team. He/she will manage the execution of all internal and client sponsored digital marketing campaigns and customer communications. S/he will also support the launch of new paid products and subscription services for our community. The Digital Marketing Associate reports to the Senior Manager, Content and Operations. Job functions include but are not limited to coordination of all subscriber communications including delivery of newsletters, loyalty programs, promotions and personalized communications. Create digital marketing plans (including: web, e-mail, social media, partnerships, events and other tactics) to grow subscribers and acquire new advertising partners. Collaborate with the Manager, Relationship Management Databases to assure seamless communications between TCTMD and other CRF databases.
Clinical Trials Center
Associate Project Manager
Responsible for the management of a portfolio of projects within CRF to assure timely completion of projects, within budget, while accomplishing target revenue/financial growth objectives and oversees the activities of the project management group. The position plans, organizes, communicates, implements and evaluates team objectives and serves as the point of contact for sponsors. Manages day-to-day operational aspects of the project management department as well as of assigned projects. Reviews deliverables prepared by the team before passing to management and sponsor. Enforces project standards with the project team. Full responsibility for project accounting. Tracks and reports team hours and project expenses and prepares reports for project teams and management. Manages project budget. Determines appropriate revenue recognition, ensures timely and accurate invoicing, and monitors receivables for project.
Clinical Safety Reviewer
The Clinical Safety Reviewer is primarily responsible for reviewing adverse event and serious adverse event reports from an assigned project(s), clinical studies and/or post marketing spontaneous reports. Responsible for completeness and clarity, defining and initiating follow-up through the appropriate channels, and participating in the triage of these reports for regulatory reporting purposes. Demonstrates knowledge of safety concepts, per ICH and FDA guidelines per device/drug safety reporting requirements. Identifies proper case regulatory reporting requirement and seeks assistance when necessary. Identifies and utilizes resources and support when available for adverse event triage and management. Applies Good Clinical Practices in documentation of phone, electronic, and/or fax correspondence regarding initial case reports and follow-up per CRF’s SOPs. Competently performs clinical triage per CRF SOPs. Identifies pertinent clinical information in adverse event reports and incorporates information in narrative.
The Biostatistician, Academic Requests brings statistical expertise to the team of physicians performing statistical analyses. He/she will work closely with these physicians to ensure seamless, accurate and timely delivery of results needed for publications, manuscripts, abstracts, posters, presentations and ad-hoc requests. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to application of statistical methods to the analysis of clinical trial data; preparation of statistical documentation as needed; design of shells for tables, listings and figures and performs statistical analysis; assisting with the preparation of manuscripts, posters, publications, abstracts and presentations; writing reports describing results of statistical analysis; performs quality control checks to validate results.
Director, Quality Assurance
The Director, Quality Assurance is responsible for the management, maintenance, and oversight of the comprehensive quality programs for the Cardiovascular Research Foundation (CRF), for leading CRF’s quality initiatives, and ensuring compliance with applicable GCP/GLP federal regulations. This position is also responsible for leading the Quality Management System for the Skirball Center for Innovation (SCI) facility and the Clinical Trials Center (CTC). Additional responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving issues. Essential duties include but are not limited to: Implements and maintains CRF’s quality program; promotes and facilitates continuous quality improvement. Translates regulations, requirements, and guidelines into CRF policy. Identifies and resolves internal CRF quality issues (e.g., identifies and helps resolve problems and/or issues with processes across departments). Ensures compliance with Good Clinical Practice (GCP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP); acts as GCP/GLP expert to groups within CRF. Ensures the conduct of project specific, computer system, and vendor audits. Ensures 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 CRF SOPs, formats, and regulatory requirements (protocols, amendments, sample case report forms, Informed Consent forms). Participate in the writing and/or review of all CRF SOPs to insure appropriate codification of GCP/GLP procedures. Ensures training on SOPs, regulatory requirements, and quality initiatives is conducted.
Choice of health plans include medical, dental and vision coverage. Company-paid short-term and long-term disability and life insurance. Health and dependent care flexible spending accounts. Pre-tax travel expenses through TransitChek program. 401(k) plan. Generous paid time off (PTO). Ten paid holidays each year.