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ImmusanT is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to significantly improving the health and well-being of patients with celiac disease and other autoimmune diseases.

We are developing a novel immune tolerizing therapy for patients suffering from celiac disease as well as a proprietary, serology-based diagnostic to more easily and accurately confirm a celiac disease diagnosis.

We aspire to improve the lives of patients through targeted treatments and are assembling a team focused in bringing therapies to patients with autoimmune diseases.

ImmusanT has a fast-paced and collaborative culture, which drives our steadfast commitment to science and the well-being of patients. If you share our passion to improve people's lives, and thrive in a dynamic, energetic and self-motivated environment, then ImmusanT may be the place for you.

We are growing quickly as we advance and expand our pipeline, and are seeking exceptional people to join us.

Open Positions

  • Director of Clinical Operations
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    Position Summary:

    The Director of Clinical Operations is responsible for the development and management of the clinical operations function in support of the company product development and overall business objectives. This individual is a subject-matter expert with a proved track-record in successful clinical operations management and execution.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • > Work closely with the CMO/VP of Clinical Operations to formulate operational strategies aligned to corporate goals
    • > Manage clinical operations staff to execute on the planned clinical studies
    • > Train and monitor departmental compliance with SOPs and GCP/ICH guidelines
    • > Initiate new tools, procedures and processes to improve efficiency, review systems for efficiencies and compliance with regulations
    • > Oversee budgets, forecasts and timelines for all clinical activities
    • > Qualify and select external vendors/consultants as required to meet clinical operations goals, and manage vendor performance
    • > Identification of investigators in a given therapeutic area to serve as clinical study sites or clinical advisors, as appropriate
    • > Maintain effective relationships with vendors, consultants, investigators, and other external clinical study stakeholders
    • > Establish, track, and report on appropriate performance metrics; employ analytics to assist in effectively presenting clinical study progress and performance, and to help make ongoing decisions as the need arises
    • > Work with internal and external stakeholders in the development and review of clinical documents such as protocols, informed consents, investigator brochures, monitoring plans, study reports and annual reports
    • > Oversee the generation, analysis and presentation of clinical data including manuscripts, abstracts and oral presentations
    • > Attend and participate in leadership and cross-functional meetings to drive clinical trial execution
    • > Communicate in a timely and effective manner with senior management and others on clinical program status and activities
    • > Strategically prepare for and participate in regulatory agency interactions and planning, as well as business development partner activities as required


    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

    Education/Experience: The ideal candidate will offer:

    • > Bachelor’s degree in life sciences required. Advanced degree/ clinical research certification/project management certification desirable.
    • > Minimum of 15 years clinical operations experience in the biotech or pharma industry
    • > Demonstrated ability to successfully develop, implement and complete multiple clinical studies and/or programs; experience in managing complex trials or global multi-center trials is preferred
    • > Clinical operations budget and vendor management experience required

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

    • > Read, write and speak fluent English; excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • > Must have a thorough knowledge of clinical research concepts, practices, and FDA regulations and ICH Guidelines regarding drug development phases, clinical research and data management methods.
    • > Strong interpersonal skills and a proactive approach to problem solving
    • > Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
    • > Enjoys working in a fast-paced, small company environment
    • > Willingness to travel domestically and internationally is required. It is anticipated that this will be less than 30% of work time, but could vary depending on project needs.
  • Chief Financial Officer
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    Position Summary:

    The ideal candidate is a CFO with experience in the life sciences industry, preferably in therapeutics, who has taken a venture-backed company public. The candidate will have recent biotech sector experience and have been the right hand to the CEO with a strong base in financial leadership and demonstrated success with strategic planning, designing and executing a financing strategy to support the company’s growth (IPO experience preferred), developing and maintaining strong relations with Board members and investors and transacting with strategic partners.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • > Integral member of the executive management team, the CFO will be expected to contribute strongly to strategic and operational decision making, with high quality financial advice, experience and analysis.
    • > Act as a partner to the CEO and leadership team – appropriately debate and evaluate business and corporate development and financings strategies (including equity, debt and other non-dilutive funding)
    • > Be central to evaluating, organizing and implementing major transaction including: M&A/IPO/other financings, working with the executive leadership team, Board, advisors/banks, IR and PR firms, current and new investors.
    • > Investor and external relations – build relationships with and give presentations to analysts, investors and other audiences of relevance, working appropriately with the executive team and with advisers – act as a credible and effective representative of the company.
    • > Bring thorough understanding of the US capital markets, and ensure US legal and regulatory compliance compliance (as relevant for private and public companies) and acting as lead liaison with legal advisers and external resources for corporate legal matters.
    • > Bring rounded commercial financial acumen to help the company to accurately build business cases, interpret performance and anticipate the impact of decisions, ensuring that financial input to business decisions is of the highest quality and provided on a timely basis.
    • > Ensure that the company identifies business issues before they escalate and assist the leadership team to timely interpret business performance and make financially informed business decisions.
    • > Contribute at Board level to the evaluation of options for the business, helping maintain a healthy and sustainable balance between the world class scientific roots and foundations of the business, and the commercial opportunities ahead.
    • > Build and maintain a small finance and accounting staff to provide timely, accurate financial records and ensure an appropriate internal control structure is maintained and documented.

    Candidate Profile:

    • > Experience building and leading the finance organization in a biotech company that is based on high quality science and technology.
    • > US public markets experience, including a track record of raising capital, familiarity with and understanding of public company accounting and reporting requirements (US GAAP and Sarbanes-Oxley) and experience of successfully taking a company through a US listing ideally within the last 3 years
    • > Evidence of a network with the relevant US investor community and advisors
    • > Knowledge of the US tax rules
    • > 10-15 years experience in financial leadership roles including in small-to-medium enterprises
    • > Demonstrated proactive initiative taking and leadership qualities and have operated at Board level
    • > Demonstrable strategic and commercial acumen, underpinned by robust financial, planning and analysis skills
    • > Driven, energetic, with strong interpersonal skills, communication ability and powers of persuasion
    • > Highest ethical standards, command respect and be credible at all levels, helping to impart those standards across the organization
    • > A track record of successfully contributing to commercial licensing and M&A transactions would be useful

To apply for any of these positions, please submit your CV and cover letter to careers@immusant.com

ImmmusanT is committed to equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination for all employees and qualified applicants without regard to a person’s race, color, gender, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation or any characteristic protected under applicable law. ImmusanT will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with known disabilities, in accordance with applicable law