Scipher Medicine holds a fundamental conviction that patients deserve better care, but we also believe that employees deserve better. We believe to our core that when you assemble a team of high performers, they deserve to be treated better than average. We foster taking big swings, over communicating, and personal accountability. When you’re lucky enough to work with the best and the brightest, you see the difference.View Openings
We believe deeply in being responsible to ourselves, our teams and our stakeholders. Hitting your goals and making wise decisions in the face of adversity are of utmost importance.
At Scipher you have the ability to work with the best and the brightest. We are a high performing team — focused on outcome, not how many hours you work.
We encourage our teams to take very big swings. No risk no reward mentality. It’s hard to go fast, take risks and meet your goals if you are afraid of failure.
We manage by providing context, not control. You want support but also freedom to solve your own problems and meet your goals. We are fiercely transparent — everyone’s goals are visible.
Having the flexibility to balance work and life are important to our success as individuals and as a team, which is why we focus on you hitting your goals, not how or where it’s done.
By ensuring everyone is surrounded by stunning colleagues and encouraging everyone to engage in challenging work. We think big, applaud the risk takers and support you to hit your personal and professional goals.
Comprehensive health coverage
We take changing healthcare very seriously. So we feel very strongly that your healthcare should be FREE. We pay 100% of all premiums (health, dental and vision) for everyone and their families.
We will help you to hit your retirement goals, by matching up to 4% of your deferrals with no vesting.
Very generous time off
It’s true, Scipher Medicine employees are provided a generous amount of time to recharge their batteries.
We’re always coming up with new ways to give back to the community through a variety of volunteer opportunities.
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has primary responsibility for the planning, implementation, managing and running of all the finance activities of the Company, including business planning, budgeting, forecasting and negotiations. This position will be a part of the executive management team and report to the CEO.
The VP of Government Affairs and Health Policy will have overall responsibility to develop, implement and manage Scipher Medicine’s policy and partnerships strategy. This position organizes, plans, and executes partnerships with government agencies, industry partners, and policy coalitions to achieve Scipher’s market access goals. In collaboration with the leadership team, this position is also responsible for building out Scipher’s network of Congressional contacts as well as running regular communications for Scipher’s Advisory Board. The position is also responsible for the maintenance of existing relationships with patient, physician, and payer advocacy organizations.
The Director, Payer Policy and Health Outcomes will work specifically in the reimbursement/health insurance space. They will support the market access team build scientific/clinical relationships with internal and external stakeholders, and further the reimbursement effort by collating existing data and informing the development of new data to support initial and ongoing value-based reimbursement of Scipher’s Product Portfolio.
The Inside Sales Manager will join a dynamic sales and support team dedicated to optimizing the outreach, education, and onboarding of new healthcare provider customers. In this role, the Inside Sales Manager will be responsible for leading the team that actively drives awareness and adoption expanding the business by developing and maintaining relationships with health care providers (HCPs) to promote and educate clients about Scipher Medicine. This role will manage all operational aspects including building, training, coaching and performance management of a team of inside sales professionals.
The Customer Service Representative serves as the primary point of contact. In addition to being responsible for receiving and initiating inbound and outbound communications from customers the CSR demonstrates a firm understanding of the importance of exceptional service. In this critical role, you will be solutions oriented, working quickly to troubleshoot customer issues and proactively engage prospective customers to educate them and grow adoption of our revolutionary technology. Reporting to the Customer Service Manager, this role is responsible for thinking on their feet to ensure efficient specimen processing, and prompt resolution to deficiencies for submitted specimens. This position is highly visible and requires a self-motivated contributor with the ability to prioritize, plan, and crush objectives.
The Project Manager is a crucial support role within the Program Management Office with many critical, cross-functional responsibilities. This position will report to the Director, PMO and is expected to be an active member of the Project Team and to engage in face-to-face follow-up with functional leaders across the organization.
Scipher Medicine is seeking an innovative and highly motivated Medical Science Liaison (MSL) to build new collaborative relationships with medical, scientific, and reimbursement leaders. Reporting to the Head of Medical Affairs, the ideal candidate will serve as a liaison to the medical/scientific community and will be responsible for establishing, developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders.
The Regional Director Market Access is responsible for and provides strategic leadership for payer reimbursement to Scipher by working collaboratively with senior management. The person ensures that the company optimizes regional payer coverage and value-based payment by establishing long-range goals, strategies, tactics, tools, people and systems in place to effectively grow the organization and to ensure financial strength and operating efficiency. The position accomplishes this through a respectful, constructive and energetic style, guided by the objectives of Scipher’s mission and governing policies.
The Quality Coordinator collaborates with laboratory leadership and monitors Scipher’s quality management system. The Quality Coordinator possesses technical understanding and problem-solving abilities to assist in achieving and maintaining regulatory compliance for CAP, CMS, OSHA, State and other regulatory or accrediting agencies as necessary.
As a member of the talent acquisition team, you will own the entire sales recruitment process including conducting intake meetings with hiring managers, proactively sourcing candidates, managing a positive candidate experience, and regularly updating stakeholders.
Scipher Medicine is launching a personalized medicine platform for patients with autoimmune diseases that interprets an individual’s own molecular data to ensure care is tailored to improve the prospect of reaching remission. Most patients diagnosed with autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease and multiple sclerosis face a long and difficult journey of trial and error treatment of switching between different drugs with severe side effects without any clinical benefit as most approved drugs only benefit few patients. Beyond being exposed to unnecessary side effects the disease can progress to an irreversible stage while escalating pain is managed by an increased use of opioids. Scipher’s platform allows clinicians to select the most optimal treatment pathway for each individual patient. The molecular data from our growing patient population using Scipher’s platform is further analyzed to develop novel therapies for patients who do not respond to current standard of care.
Responsible for build-out of sales organization in 2020 and accomplishing revenue targets.
The IP Counsel will provide legal advice and counseling related to patents and other intellectual property pertaining to Scipher’s diagnostics, therapeutics, and data businesses. The individual in this role will have responsibility for managing IP matters critical to the Company’s success, counseling business leaders, patent portfolio strategy and management, IP transactions, IP competitive intelligence, managing IP disputes, and due diligence in support of business transactions. The successful candidate will have significant depth of experience in diverse aspects of IP law practice, high technical competency in the life sciences, and will be adept at serving as a trusted advisor to both business executives and scientists.
The Scientist in Cell/Systems Biology will contribute expert biological insights to the technical team. This person will analyze internal and external research pertaining to the molecular mechanisms of disease as it relates to the full range of interventions for human health. The work requires expertise in biomedical sciences, ideally with a multi-omics, systems biology mindset.