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PHT Positions Alert - Sept 2021

  • 1.  PHT Positions Alert - Sept 2021

    Posted 09-29-2021 08:17
    Hi all,

    Great opportunities at Abbott, Novartis, PharmIntell, and other adjacent health science information organizations. Accidentally quite a lot of there right now for those of you living in or interested in relocating to the Chicago-area, too. As always, don't forget that many hiring managers have some additional flexibility right now to hire in a remote-work environment. Don't rule yourself out-- it's always worth applying and starting the conversation.

    Best wishes and happy job hunting,
    Anna Rothman
    PHT Employment Chair

    New Positions Alert – Sept 2021

    Pharma/Biotech 

    Electronic Resources Librarian   Lake Bluff, IL, US
    Abbott

    Duties include evaluating resources for purchase, negotiating license terms and costs, monitoring usage statistics and forecasting resource allocations, analyzing ROI, maintaining collection metadata, setting up new resource access, troubleshooting access problems, and demonstrating a knowledge of copyright and other intellectual property issues. This is a great opportunity for an experienced librarian who is looking for career growth and would be comfortable in a fast-paced corporate setting.

    Novartis
    • Proven licensing, vendor management, and negotiation skills, ideally with experience in license and contract management skills.
    • Knowledge of the information industry market and the key players and information resources in the scientific, technical, medical, or business and commercial field.
    • Excellent copyright knowledge with Experience at a multi-national or intercultural / global team environment. 

    Posting for SLA directly from hiring manager:
    Senior Competitive Intelligence Analyst REMOTE US
    PharmIntell

    PharmIntell is currently seeking a Senior Competitive Intelligence Analyst to join our team.  This is a 1099 consulting position with potential to become a full-time, employee position. You may be a good fit for this position if you are a self-motivated, flexible, detail-oriented Information Professional with experience in the Medical Devices & Diagnostics and/or Pharmaceutical Sectors.

    The Senior Competitive Intelligence Analyst will join a team supporting Marketing, R&D and Business Intelligence clients by:
    •        Designing and executing searches within secondary sources in order to monitor business, regulatory and clinical developments
    •        Providing Quarterly and annual competitive briefings for key competitors
    •        Developing competitive landscapes and environmental scans for particular technologies or disease states
    •        Analyzing and presenting information in a manner which allows clients to take evidence-based action
    •        Complete ad-hoc requests to meet client's business goals
    In order to be successful, the right candidate will have expertise in:
    •        Secondary database searching
    •        Information and Knowledge Management best practices
    •        Microsoft 365, including Excel, PPT, Microsoft Teams and SharePoint
    •        Clear, concise verbal and written communication in a variety of formats
    •        Virtual collaboration/remote team work
    Please submit resumes to:
    Donna Sees
    Medical Devices Operations Manager,
    PharmIntell Consulting, LLC
    dsees@pharmintell.com


    Corporate/Vendor  


    Research Solutions / Reprints Desk

    The ideal candidate must be a self-motivated leader with a proven track record of managing a small team (4-7 employees). This individual will have experience in a library or publishing technology role, and must be comfortable in the dynamic atmosphere of a technical organization with a rapidly expanding customer and product base.


    Research Librarian  Seattle, WA, or Boston, MA US
    Gradient Corp
    • Broad knowledge of environmental health and science information resources (peer-reviewed literature, conferences, regulatory arena, government agencies, and document repositories).
    • Experience and ability to perform scientific, industry, regulatory, and general research using a variety of print and digital tools, including PubMed, Scopus, and LexisNexis Courtlink.
    • 3–5 years experience in literature searching and research in a corporate or academic library; experience in an environmental health or science setting is preferred.
    • Salary information: $60,000 - 80,000

    Academic/Hospital/Government  


    Medical Librarian Specialist  Northfield, IL, US
    College of American Pathologists

    • Oversight of all items related to the systematic review literature search needs for the development of CAP Pathology and Laboratory Quality Center (The "Center") guidelines including active participation in the scope and key questions phase; creation of concept tables; searching multiple literature resources; procurement of articles and participation in screening literature with inclusion/exclusion factors and providing proper citation references for manuscript publication. (~50%)
    • Primary lead for managing the initiation and preliminary screening of periodic literature search reviews (using signals approach or others) of any new published evidence for the Center's completed guidelines to determine if revision or reaffirmation is warranted. (~40%)
    • Assists the Guideline Development Managers (GDM) for each guideline protocol, logistics for its development activities and meetings, and other expert panel support if needed. (~10%)

    Boston University Alumni Medical Library
    • This position has broad responsibilities directing and overseeing acquisitions and collections, Access Services functions and activities including circulation, course reserves, technical services, interlibrary loan, stacks, archives, remote storage, the Library website, student computing and study space
    • This leadership position requires 5-8 years of relevant experience, primarily in Library acquisitions and collections, management of staff, and budget administration
    • Salary information: $67,900–$95,000 (Salary Grade 49)

    Technical Content Specialist  Bethesda, MD US
    Medical Science & Computing (contractor to National Center for Biotechnology Information)

    The Technical Content Specialist will be a member of the NIH Manuscript Submission (NIHMS) Production Team at NCBI and will be responsible for assisting authors, principal investigators, publishers, and others working to support compliance with the public access policies of numerous federal agencies and private research funders. General duties will include responding to customer correspondence and performing submission processing tasks in collaboration with internal and external teams.



    Bibliometric Librarian  Gaithersburg, MD US Apply by 12 Oct
    National Institute of Standards and Technology
    • Perform quantitative and qualitative bibliometric, altmetric, and scientometric studies that analyze citations and author productivity patterns for individuals and groups of researchers, scientists, and engineers that identify research strengths, impact, assess technology transfer, benchmark performance, and identify potential collaborators.
    • Manage, maintain, and oversee the daily operation of the Data Visualization Service.
    • Conduct complex, in-depth, and routine research queries in response to reference requests using STEM bibliographic and fulltext databases such as Web of Science, IEEE Xplore, Compendex, Engineering Village, and Google Scholar.
    • Salary information: $87,198 - $134,798

    American Academy of Pediatrics

    Minimum five years'  related experience as a librarian, including experience supervising staff, managing budgets, and managing copyright compliance. Familiarity with archival work and knowledge management. Experience with evidence-based medicine/systematic review process strongly preferred. Previous work in a health care organization a plus.


    Health Sciences Librarian   Chicago, IL US
    DePaul University

    The Health Sciences Librarian is part of a highly collaborative team of Research, Instruction & Academic Engagement librarians, focused on developing and applying their expertise in providing instruction and creating online guides and tutorials to support teaching and learning across health-related and cross-disciplinary subject areas. In addition to their role as educator, the new Health Sciences Librarian will engage in the collaborative processes of building, managing and promoting library collections that meet the needs of DePaul's diverse health-related academic community. Salary information: $55,000 - 60,000