Careers

Our success is built on experience, integrity and a competitive drive for results. Our people are the key to Novum's success.

At Novum, you’ll enjoy a work environment designed to challenge and motivate you. We have a comprehensive compensation and benefits program that recognizes and rewards your contributions to the business.

We are committed to adding smart, driven, dedicated employees to our team. We encourage you to apply for current positions that meet your qualifications.


Open Positions

Fargo

The entry level Research Technician will be responsible for supporting study progression according to study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Responsible for obtaining vital signs, performing EKGs, and drug/pregnancy testing from study participants as required by the protocol. Observes, obtains and processes all laboratory specimens. Performs service oriented duties along with stocking supplies and general support to all phases of screening process. High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One year certificate from college/technical school or three months related experience or a combination of experience and education is required. Candidate must have excellent communication and customer service skills. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

The Investigator (Physician, NP or PA) will be responsible for ensuring that Phase I Investigations are conducted according to signed investigator statement, protocol, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Good Clinical Practices (CGPs) and FDA regulations. The investigator is responsible for ensuring participant safety throughout the study. Also responsible for providing medical consultation to scientific staff and study sponsors relating to design, implementation, conduct and report of research studies. Successful candidate must have a current/valid state medical license with a board certification in a specialty recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties, OR Certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) OR Advanced Practitioner of Nursing/Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (APN/CRNP). Valid State PA-C or APN/CRNP license is required. Experience in clinical research is a plus. ACLS or CPR Certification is required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for Technicians in our Screening Department who will be responsible for performing/assisting with screening activities according to the protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Responsibilities include performing vital signs/measurements, EKGs, drug/pregnancy tests and other laboratory tests. Observes, obtains and processes all laboratory specimens required by the protocol. The Technician will perform quality control of lab results and charts prior to inclusion/exclusion to study. Performs service oriented duties in relation to participant needs, and provides general support to all phases of the screening process. High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Certificate from a college or technical school which includes phlebotomy training or six months of related medical/clinical research experience, or an equivalent combination of experience and education is required. Candidate must have good organizational and follow through skills along with excellent communication and customer service skills. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

The entry level Research Technician will be responsible for supporting study progression according to study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Responsible for obtaining vital signs, performing EKGs, and drug/pregnancy testing from study participants as required by the protocol. Observes, obtains and processes all laboratory specimens. Performs service oriented duties along with stocking supplies and general support to all phases of screening process. High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One year certificate from college/technical school or three months related experience or a combination of experience and education is required. Candidate must have excellent communication and customer service skills. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for Nursing Professionals (RN, LPN, LVN, Paramedics) for our Phase I Clinic who will be responsible for overseeing all phases of study progression including supervision of staff, documentation and reporting of study activities, and adverse events. Responsible for providing direct nursing care to include assessments, vital signs, EKGs, drug/alcohol and pregnancy tests as needed. Responsible for completing Case Report Forms and verification of all study activities as required according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Current/valid nursing license or paramedic certification is required. Prefer at least one year experience in the medical or research field. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for a Phlebotomist that will perform highly skilled, rapid-draw venipuncture and process collected biological samples according to Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”), sample collection and processing instructions. Will also obtain supplies needed to perform all assignments and will verify, pack and ship samples to appropriate facility. Phlebotomy Certified or 1-2 years of related experience is required. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills; ability to work a schedule that will include days, evenings and weekends; and a current CPR Certification is required. EOE

The Physician Investigator will be responsible for ensuring that Phase I Investigations are conducted according to signed investigator statement, protocol, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Good Clinical Practices (CGPs) and FDA regulations. The physician is responsible for ensuring participant safety throughout the study. Also responsible for providing medical consultation to scientific staff and study sponsors relating to design, implementation, conduct and report of research studies. Successful candidate must have a current/valid state medical license with a board certification in a specialty recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties. Experience in clinical research is a plus. ACLS or CPR Certification is required. EOE

The Study Manager will be responsible for coordinating and overseeing all aspects necessary for clinical study progression, according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”). Responsibilities include working with source document staff on development and QC of study specific documents and coordination of initiation meetings with all pertinent staff. Meet and consult with all departments involved with the study to review specific expectations relating to drug handling and dosing, clinic set up and collection/processing activities. The Study Manager will work with the Screening Department to ensure participants meet all eligibility criteria; will participate in the dosing of participants; report and record any adverse events to the Investigator. Responsible for verifying documentation of all study activities as well as QC of all Case Report Forms. Associate’s Degree, nursing qualification, or equivalent. At least three years work experience in a medical or clinical research setting, along with one year of supervisory/management experience with strong leadership skills is required. Candidate must have excellent prioritization, attention to detail, follow up and organizational skills. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal are required. Candidate must be flexible to work schedules that include 10-12 hour shifts with evenings and weekends as needed. CPR certification required. EOE

Houston

The entry level Research Technician will be responsible for supporting study progression according to study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Responsible for obtaining vital signs, performing EKGs, and drug/pregnancy testing from study participants as required by the protocol. Observes, obtains and processes all laboratory specimens. Performs service oriented duties along with stocking supplies and general support to all phases of screening process. High School Diploma or equivalent is required. One year certificate from college/technical school or three months related experience or a combination of experience and education is required. Candidate must have excellent communication and customer service skills. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for Nursing Professionals (RN, LPN, LVN, Paramedics) for our Phase I Clinic who will be responsible for overseeing all phases of study progression including supervision of staff, documentation and reporting of study activities, and adverse events. Responsible for providing direct nursing care to include assessments, vital signs, EKGs, drug/alcohol and pregnancy tests as needed. Responsible for completing Case Report Forms and verification of all study activities as required according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Current/valid nursing license or paramedic certification is required. Prefer at least one year experience in the medical or research field. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for Nursing Professionals (RN, LPN, LVN, Paramedics) for our Phase I Clinic who will be responsible for overseeing all phases of study progression including supervision of staff, documentation and reporting of study activities, and adverse events. Responsible for providing direct nursing care to include assessments, vital signs, EKGs, drug/alcohol and pregnancy tests as needed. Responsible for completing Case Report Forms and verification of all study activities as required according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Current/valid nursing license or paramedic certification is required. Prefer at least one year experience in the medical or research field. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for a Phlebotomist that will perform highly skilled, rapid-draw venipuncture and process collected biological samples according to Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”), sample collection and processing instructions. Will also obtain supplies needed to perform all assignments and will verify, pack and ship samples to appropriate facility. Phlebotomy Certified or 1-2 years of related experience is required. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills; ability to work a schedule that will include days, evenings and weekends; and a current CPR Certification is required. EOE

The Respiratory Therapist will be responsible for performing all duties associated with respiratory function testing in accordance with Study Protocol and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Responsible for performing and documenting respiratory function testing; observes dosing of study subjects to ensure appropriate respiratory function and compliance. Performs and documents drug devise training. Observes participant behavior during the study and will communicate pertinent observations and adverse events to the Study Manager or Investigator. Current Respiratory Therapy license is required. Prefer at least one year experience in the medical or research field. Current CPR/AED certification is also required. Candidate must have a flexible schedule and the ability to work evenings and weekends as scheduled EOE

Las Vegas

The Associate Study Manager (Research Assistant) will be responsible for providing administrative support to Study Managers and other staff by coordinating and overseeing all aspects necessary for clinical study progression according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”). Responsibilities include completion of quality control subject charts, study documentation and tables for review. Provide clerical support during initiation meetings insuring all staff and support services are coordinated and accounted for. Work with and direct staff to gather documentation and perform tasks needed to complete the study. High School Diploma or equivalent with two years of professional experience in a medical or clinical setting required. Candidate must be organized and have the ability to prioritize projects/work schedules with high attention to detail and follow through. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must. Candidate must be flexible to work schedules that include 10-12 hour shifts with evenings and regular weekend shifts as needed. Current CPR Certification is required. EOE

The Call Center Recruiter will be responsible for study participant recruitment for Phase I Studies. Responsible for answering and making calls from a call list providing potential participants with appropriate study information; logs and/or updates information in the database. Schedules participants for screening tests and check-in activities and may assist with check-in to ensure that all participants arrive at the clinical unit when scheduled. Provides general support to the Recruiting Department and may perform front desk activities when needed. High School Diploma or equivalent is required. Candidate must have the ability to handle a multi line phone system, have excellent communication and customer service skills. Basic computer skills are needed to enter information into existing databases. Candidate must have the ability to work a flexible schedule to include days, evenings and weekends. EOE

The Facility Specialist/Custodian is responsible for assisting the Facility Manager by performing tasks related to overall maintenance and security of facilities and grounds. Responsibilities include general maintenance and cleaning, receive and document deliveries and mail, assemble furniture and equipment, and prepare clinics for studies. Monitors and documents security and freezer alarms; performs and documents facility inspections at designated intervals; and completes incident reports for unusual events as needed. Controls and documents employee and visitor access to facility and maintain an accurate, detailed log of all shift activities. High School Diploma or (GED), with three to six months of related experience is required. Candidate must have the ability to read and interpret documents such as Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), safety rules and regulations, and maintenance instructions. Must have the ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move more than 100 pounds. EOE

We are currently recruiting for Nursing Professionals (RN, LPN, LVN, Paramedics) for our Phase I Clinic who will be responsible for overseeing all phases of study progression including supervision of staff, documentation and reporting of study activities, and adverse events. Responsible for providing direct nursing care to include assessments, vital signs, EKGs, drug/alcohol and pregnancy tests as needed. Responsible for completing Case Report Forms and verification of all study activities as required according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Current/valid nursing license or paramedic certification is required. Prefer at least one year experience in the medical or research field. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for Nursing Professionals (RN, LPN, LVN, Paramedics) for our Phase I Clinic who will be responsible for overseeing all phases of study progression including supervision of staff, documentation and reporting of study activities, and adverse events. Responsible for providing direct nursing care to include assessments, vital signs, EKGs, drug/alcohol and pregnancy tests as needed. Responsible for completing Case Report Forms and verification of all study activities as required according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures. Current/valid nursing license or paramedic certification is required. Prefer at least one year experience in the medical or research field. Current CPR Certification required. EOE

We are currently recruiting for a Phlebotomist that will perform highly skilled, rapid-draw venipuncture and process collected biological samples according to Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”), sample collection and processing instructions. Will also obtain supplies needed to perform all assignments and will verify, pack and ship samples to appropriate facility. Phlebotomy Certified or 1-2 years of related experience is required. Candidate must possess excellent communication skills; ability to work a schedule that will include days, evenings and weekends; and a current CPR Certification is required. EOE

The Study Manager will be responsible for coordinating and overseeing all aspects necessary for clinical study progression, according to the study protocol and Standard Operating Procedures (“SOPs”). Responsibilities include working with source document staff on development and QC of study specific documents and coordination of initiation meetings with all pertinent staff. Meet and consult with all departments involved with the study to review specific expectations relating to drug handling and dosing, clinic set up and collection/processing activities. The Study Manager will work with the Screening Department to ensure participants meet all eligibility criteria; will participate in the dosing of participants; report and record any adverse events to the Investigator. Responsible for verifying documentation of all study activities as well as QC of all Case Report Forms. Associate’s Degree, nursing qualification, or equivalent. At least three years work experience in a medical or clinical research setting, along with one year of supervisory/management experience with strong leadership skills is required. Candidate must have excellent prioritization, attention to detail, follow up and organizational skills. Excellent communication skills both written and verbal are required. Candidate must be flexible to work schedules that include 10-12 hour shifts with evenings and weekends as needed. CPR certification required. EOE

Pittsburgh

The Project Assistant will be responsible for providing support for the Project Managers and operations within the Clinical Trials Department. This position is responsible for tracking enrollment from clinical trial sites and follow-up on outstanding information on a weekly basis. Coordinate and track document transfer from Site to CRA to PM to Sponsor. Assist with study tracking including timelines, updated documents and sponsor notifications. Offer quality control support in the creation of documents and tracking forms. Prepare template letters and keep updated throughout the project. Provide in office back up to PM when traveling and schedule meetings as needed. Work with the Document Control Specialist to ensure all regulatory requirements are maintained. Associate's Degree or six months to one year related experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Experience using MS Word, MS Outlook, MS Project and Excel. Good communication and organizational skills are required. EOE

The SAS Programmer II is responsible for performing programming to support bioequivalence, bioavailability and clinical equivalence for clinical research studies. Assist in writing the mock-up TGLs for SAPs and support the statistician with all study specific programming needs including generating SAS programs to perform protocol specified statistical analyses and ad hoc analyses. Help train the SAS Programmer I in coding procedures and techniques and provide general aid to this position. Update knowledge in statistical programming and statistical applications for company research interests. Bachelor's Degree or equivalent in Computer Science, Statistics, or Life Sciences with strong statistical/SAS programming component, three to five years related experience and/or training or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Other requirements include the ability to apply principles of logic or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems and to deal with nonverbal symbolism (formulas, scientific equations, graphs, etc.,) in its most difficult phases. Candidate must possess a background in SAS procedures/programming and experience with Microsoft Operating Systems. EOE

The Senior Biostatistician is responsible for performing statistical analysis to support Phase I and clinical endpoint studies performed or managed by Novum PRS. Will develop, write and/or review statistical analysis plans and review statistical/results sections of study protocols and reports. Will discuss study designs and results with sponsors via written and/or oral communication as required during progress of the study. Will maintain updated knowledge in the scientific and statistical concepts and in methods and techniques, and maintain appropriate statistical applications for company’s research interests. Responsible for identifying and implementing good scientific and data handling practices throughout the company to ensure the highest quality of product to our clients. Master’s Degree or equivalent in statistics or life sciences with a strong statistical component; at least 8 years of related experience and/or training, or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Candidate must possess a background in SAS procedures and programming, and experience with Microsoft Operating Systems. A minimum of five years experience with SAS is required. Must be willing to travel both within the USA and overseas to represent Novum in front of clients and attend scientific meetings and trade events. Previous experience in a CRO or service organization is preferred. EOE