LONGBOARD LIFE

We are committed to improving the quality of life for individuals with devastating neurological conditions and strive to be the best possible teammates and colleagues. We are looking for people to join our team who are just as dynamic, talented, and passionate as we are.

Our Mission

We are committed to transforming the lives of patients, families, and caregivers impacted by neurological and rare diseases.

Our Vision

A world where devastating neurological conditions are no longer devastating.

Our Values

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Open Positions

Longboard Pharmaceuticals is an equal-opportunity employer offering competitive benefits. Our open positions are listed below. To apply, please send your CV to [email protected] with the position you are applying for in the subject line.

If the position you are looking for is not listed, please check back frequently for new open positions as our team is growing rapidly.

Job Title: Office Manager/Executive Assistant
Reports To: Chief Executive Officer
Department: CEO/Administration
Department Code:1915
People Manager: No
FLSA Status: Exempt
Location: San Diego, CA

Position Summary

The Office Manager/Executive Assistant is responsible for providing comprehensive administrative support for Longboard’s Chief Executive Officer and the executive leadership team.

Responsibilities

  • Provides general office support, including processing and distributing mail, answering the main phone line and responding to inquiries, and replenishing office materials such as snacks, paper, office supplies, etc.
  • Responsible for working with the landlord on facility-related issues, including maintenance and cleaning of the office
  • Manages complex and dynamic calendars and scheduling for internal and external meetings
  • Prepares and manages expense reports
  • Maintains and organizes files and paperwork
  • May coordinate complex domestic and international travel arrangements, including flights and hotel bookings.
  • Plans and coordinates corporate events
  • Provide hospitality to all guests and help to create a welcoming environment.
  • Responsible for all office-related services, including water delivery, shredding services, and managing UPS and FEDEX shipments
  • Creates and edits documents, spreadsheets, and presentations as necessary
  • Assist in developing and revising office policies and procedures for improved workflow
  • Help management in managing the budget for office-related items and staff
  • Manages ad hoc projects as assignments
  • Perform offsite tasks daily to support the executive team

Minimum Qualifications

  • 5+ years of experience in an office setting with a minimum of 2+ years as an Administrative Assistant or Office Manager required.
  • Ambitious self-starter that is highly skilled in leading office operations
  • Ability to be in the office 4 to 5 days a week
  • Experience working in a publicly traded company is preferred
  • Experience supporting an Executive preferred
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
  • Ability to work with and support a multi-geographic virtual team across various time zones
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Exceptional listening, observational and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional time-management abilities and strong follow-through skills required
  • Experience managing confidential information preferred
  • Experience working in a fast-paced environment handling a wide range of administrative tasks with little supervision or oversight required
  • Friendly, team-oriented, collaborative, and “can-do” attitude, willing to help out wherever needed.
  • Intermediate-to-advanced computer and MS Office skills (Outlook/Word/Excel/PowerPoint).
  • Experience with Zoom and Teams conference equipment/platforms is highly preferred
  • Knowledge of Expensify Expense and Travel software preferred.

“Pay Transparency”

The salary range for candidates who work in La, Jolla, CA is $82,000- $95,000. The final salary offered to a successful candidate will be dependent on several factors that may include but are not limited to the type and length of experience within the industry, education, etc. Longboard Pharmaceuticals, Inc is a multi-state employer and will consider candidates based in remote work locations.

“Benefits”

Employees (and their families) are eligible for medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance. Employees can enroll in our company’s 401k plan which currently includes matching up to 4% of earnings to IRS limits. Employees are also eligible for unlimited paid time off. Employees also currently enjoy paid time off for federal holidays and company closures for a week in August and a week in December each year. Benefits are subject to change.

“Other compensation”

Hired applicants will be granted stock options and may be eligible for annual bonuses.

TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:

Office Manager/Executive Assistant – Longboard Pharmaceuticals, Inc. – Career Page (applytojob.com)

Job Title: Senior Clinical Trial Manager
Department: R&D: Clinical Operations
Reports To: V.P., Head of Operations
FLSA Status: Exempt
Location: San Diego or Remote

Summary

The Senior Clinical Trial Manager (Sr. CTM) provides oversight of clinical trials according to all applicable regulations and guidance, ICH/GCP, and SOPs. The Sr. CTM leads the cross-functional clinical trial team and partners with internal and external team members/key stakeholders ensuring alignment of activities with study projects and timelines to include, but not limited to: CRO and vendor selection, contracting, and management; inspecting and monitoring CROs; clinical trial protocols and patient recruitment; system design and activation; risk mitigation plans and assessments; reporting and metrics; and safety events and reporting.

Responsibilities

  • Leads the clinical operations team (CRAs and CTAs) and cross-functional clinical trial team in the planning, execution, and reporting of clinical trials, ensuring alignment of activities with study timelines, budgets, SOPs, GCP, and applicable regulatory guidelines
  • Responsible for clinical trial material (CTM) label review and approval and assisting with CTM forecasting
  • Proactively identifies and resolves operational issues/processes to ensure achievement of study milestones, data quality, and data integrity; escalates study-related issues appropriately in a timely manner
  • Obtain and relay key study issues, status updates, and other study information to the clinical trial team and management
  • Manages recruitment efforts and activities to meet study enrollment goals and timelines, and provides status to upper management
  • Interacts with other functional areas and key stakeholders, including Clinical Development, Data Management, Finance, Regulatory, Quality Assurance, Safety, Clinical Supply (Investigational Product), and clinical vendors (e.g., central laboratory, CROs), as needed, to support clinical trial activities
  • Provides input on the development of eCRF design
  • Participates in IRT, EDC, and ePRO user acceptance testing
  • Participates in data cleaning, listing, and report output reviews
  • Develops, reviews, and approves study-related manuals, plans, specifications, charters, newsletters, and materials
  • Participates in protocol deviation listing reviews and meetings
  • Responsible for oversight of study budget, investigator and vendor contracts, budgets, and payments
  • Participates in the protocol, table, figure, data listings, and clinical study report reviews
  • Provides input/reviews DSUR, PSUR, and regulatory annual and periodical reports
  • Develops presentations for clinical sites, team and investigator meetings
  • Provides oversight for the setup, maintenance, and close-out of the Trial Master File and ensures it is complete and audit-ready
  • May be responsible for a defined region, vendor, or process across a program
  • May have functional reporting responsibilities
  • Performs other work-related duties as assigned or required
  • Demonstrates interpersonal versatility, able to simultaneously serve as an individual contributor and a leader
  • Thinks strategically and tactically
  • Ability to manage trial(s) independently with minimal oversight
  • Leads through influence with the ability to manage and mentor internal personnel and external resources
  • Participates in the identification and selection process for CROs and vendors
  • Provides input on protocol design and statistical analysis plan (SAP)
  • Mentors less experienced Clinical Trial Managers and Clinical Operations team members; assists with team development

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 8+ years of relevant and progressive clinical trial management experience
  • Experience in full-cycle drug development
  • Strong understanding of clinical trials processes, protocols, and medical terminology
  • Strong experience utilizing CTMS, EDC, TMS, and related software
  • Prior experience in management and monitoring of CRO and investigative sites
  • Strong experience with patient recruitment, non-compliance, safety, document management, an investigational product, IP accountability, and budget management
  • Broad knowledge of ICH, GCP, IRB/IEC, and local regulatory authority drug research & development regulations
  • Advanced experience with bio-samples, storage of 3rd party data
  • Motivated to work in a fast-paced, high-accountability environment
  • Travel up to 25%

“Pay Transparency”

The salary range for candidates who work in La, Jolla, CA is $155-171K. The final salary offered to a successful candidate will be dependent on several factors that may include but are not limited to the type and length of experience within the industry, education, etc. Longboard Pharmaceuticals, Inc is a multi-state employer and will consider candidates based in remote work locations.

“Benefits”

Employees (and their families) are eligible for medical, dental, vision, and basic life insurance. Employees can enroll in our company’s 401k plan which currently includes matching up to 4% of earnings to IRS limits. Employees are also eligible for unlimited paid time off. Employees also currently enjoy paid time off for federal holidays and company closures for a week in August and a week in December each year. Benefits are subject to change.

“Other compensation”

Hired applicants will be granted stock options and may be eligible for annual bonuses.

TO APPLY PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK:

Senior Clinical Trial Manager – Longboard Pharmaceuticals, Inc. – Career Page (applytojob.com)

At Longboard, we believe benefits are an important part of our employees’ overall compensation and well-being. We are pleased to offer a comprehensive array of valuable benefits to protect the health of our employees, their families and their way of life.

Our benefits currently include:

  • Medical Plan (90% of premium paid by company)
  • Dental Plan (90% of premium paid by company)
  • Vision Plan (90% of premium paid by company)
  • Life and AD&D (no cost to employee for basic coverage)
  • Short-Term Disability – Long-Term Disability – Cost of Benefits
  • 401(k) Plan, including company match with immediate vesting
  • Paid Time Off, including one week off in the summer and one week off around December holidays
  • Longboard Perks (gym, garage parking, company-sponsored events, etc.)

Our Employees

“I was really excited to join Kevin early on at Longboard where we are focused on improving the lives of patients with devastating neurological conditions. We are building a team that is passionate and talented, as well as fun, diverse and inclusive. With team members across the United States, we foster an environment of collaboration where we thrive together, challenge each other to do better and strive to make a difference in each other’s lives as well as the lives of patients.”

Brandi Roberts
Chief Financial Officer

“At Longboard we are creating a culture that values different opinions and approaches to problem solving with an open collaboration across all levels of the organization. I am thrilled to join the company at an early stage so I can openly engage with every employee to learn what motivates them and to help them to succeed and enjoy their journey with Longboard.”

Jennifer Patterson
Director, Human Resources

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Longboard Life.

We are committed to improving the quality of life for individuals with devastating neurological conditions and strive to be the best possible teammates and colleagues. Learn more about our culture, benefits and open positions.

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for patients.

The people living with, supporting and treating those with neurological conditions are at the center of what we do. Learn more about our commitment.