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Rain was founded with a focus on developing therapies that effectively target genetically-driven cancers to help patients live life to the fullest. Leveraging both an acquisition-based business model and internal research, we aim to become a leading precision oncology company that develops and commercializes small molecule therapies.

Our vision is to help cancer patients live life to the fullest.

Our uncompromised dream is to mobilize the best precision oncology therapies for patients suffering from cancer. We are rooted in this purpose – extending the quality and length of life for cancer patients where we may be their best hope.

The Rain Team Is:

Relentless

Relentless:

Unshaken by obstacles, not impressed with “the way it’s always been.”

Energetic

Energetic:

Fiercely aware that someone needs us now. We aspire to deliver high-quality, safe therapies in the most efficient manner possible.

Committed to Excellence

Committed to Excellence:

Check ego at the door. Our teams are strong, collaborative and supportive of one another. We foster the best ideas and move quickly on them.

We are dedicated to helping each employee take charge to lead, and to grow professionally and personally.

We are a diverse and inclusive team. Among our 25 plus employees, 50% are women. We speak over 20 languages and hail from many countries around the world.

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Are you ready to join a rapidly growing, innovative, clinical-stage, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate team of core scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options.  Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type. We envision our company culture driven by spirited individuals with an entrepreneurial mindset who want to solve problems and are passionate about helping cancer patients.

Our Senior Research Associate will provide technical laboratory support in performing key in vitro biochemical/ cell-based assays and small molecule screening to drive the drug discovery efforts of the company. The position will work directly under the supervision of a Senior Scientist and assist in the organization, tabulation, and analysis of the data, record maintenance, laboratory inventory, and equipment management.

Critical Job Skills:

  • Perform in vitro biochemical/ cell-based assays and screening with high efficiency
  • Accurately follows technical instructions in setting up and conducting key experiments, including quantitative and qualitative analyses of the data
  • Provides updates on assigned experiments and research outcomes
  • Maintains and accurately records all tests performed and data collected. Ensures safe operation of appropriate laboratory equipment
  • Identifies opportunities for corrective action and protocol improvement providing recommendations; contributes to meeting companies targets for quality and safety
  • Uses resources efficiently, evaluates and reports on inventory levels
  • Self-motivated to independently manage time effectively and prioritize daily tasks
  • Participate in the development or establishment of new laboratory procedures including biochemical and cell-based assays, quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Trains in new techniques as they emerge as appropriate
  • Seeks opportunities to expand learning beyond baseline competencies with a focus on continual development as a researcher

Required and Preferred Education and Experience:

  • BA/BS in science, MA/MS preferred
  • 3+ yrs relevant industry experience in biotech or pharmaceutical company experience
  • Familiarity and comfort with bench lab operations and practices regarding research studies
  • Experience in developing biochemical and cell-based assays specifically in an oncology drug discovery field is preferred
  • Working knowledge of analysis tools such as Microsoft Excel, Graph Pad Prism, Sigma Plot is required
  • Working experience with P-32 radioisotope is highly desirable

Qualities for Success:

  • Curious and passionate to work on an oncology drug discovery program
  • Self-motivated to learn with the courage to challenge and improve the work efficiency
  • Ability to adapt and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we are proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Job Summary
Are you ready to join a growing, innovative, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate core team of scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new targeted therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options.  Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type.

The Contracts Manager will organize, manage the process for, and oversee the execution of all contract requests at Rain.  The successful candidate will work closely with the Vice President of Legal Affairs to oversee contract preparation, negotiation, and finalization of contracts as well as lead efforts to automate as much of the contracts process as possible.  

Key Performance Objectives

  • Negotiate, prepare, analyze, and revise contracts, providing responses to bids, proposals and contracts with a quick turnaround.
  • Analyze all requirements and provisions in contracts, including terms and conditions, to ensure that company interests are protected and advanced.
  • Uses expert knowledge and experience to create template Rain contracts and clauses.
  • Own the contract processes with efficient tracking and documentation
  • Deliver progress reports and presentations to ensure management awareness and engagement of the status and progress of contracts.
  • Audit existing contracts, analyzing business risk and suggesting modifications, ensuring that business goals are met.
  • Monitors contract performance, alerting the business to deadlines and critical events.

Preferred Education and Experience

  • BA or BS in English, Business, law/paralegal or related subject required plus 5 years’ experience managing contracts, preferably at least 3 years experience in a pharmaceutical or biotech business.
  • Experience in managing contracts in North America, Europe and Asia a plus
  • Required to have strong organizational, planning, software, and presentation skills

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Overview
The SEC Reporting Manager will be directly responsible for managing the SEC reporting process, including timely preparation and submission of quarterly and annual SEC filings (Forms 10-Q and 10-K), assisting with Form 8-K and proxy filings, earnings reports and SOX compliance. The SEC Reporting Manager will serve as the primary contact for the audit and quarterly reviews, lead the technical accounting efforts and assist with the monthly close. This position will report to the Assoc Director, Accounting.

Key Responsibilities:
SEC Reporting:

  • Prepare, analyze and review quarterly and annual SEC filings including financial statements (i.e. balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flows, statement of stockholders’ equity), footnotes, schedules and MD&A
  • Partner with internal and external groups to manage the SEC reporting process and meet periodic reporting deadlines
  • Prepare EPS calculations and checklist
  • Prepare Stock Based Compensation calculations and update ASC 718 memo on a quarterly basis
  • Review quarterly equity reports and vouch new grants/cancelations to support documentation
  • Review and approve XBRL tagging of financial statements under US GAAP
  • Prepare tie-out support for all SEC filings
  • Prepare GAAP disclosure checklists
  • Ensure financial statements are prepared in accordance with US GAAP and SEC regulations including newly issued accounting pronouncements
  • Ensure that all audit assigned PBCs are provided on a timely basis to the auditors and assist with answering auditor’s ad hoc request
  • Lead update of control process narratives and assist with internal SOX compliance testing
  • Participate in the coordination and preparation of quarterly reports, annual reports, current reports, and proxy, including working cross functionally to collect information and input into SEC filings, coordinating, reviewing and collecting comments on various drafts, helping ensure appropriateness of disclosures, completing relevant disclosure checklists and reporting questionnaires
  • Maintain quarterly reporting timetable and monitor progress
  • Assist in administering the Disclosure Committee and follow-up
  • Assist legal team with Section 16 beneficial ownership form filings (i.e. Forms 3, 4, and 5)
  • Other duties as assigned

Technical Accounting:

  • Proactively monitor newly issued accounting pronouncement and manage the company’s timely implementation of relevant pronouncements
  • Identify complex transactions requiring technical analysis and perform research and prepare technical memos on the transactions

Monthly Close:

  • Provide support on the monthly and quarterly closes including preparation of reconciliations for more complex or technically challenging balance sheet accounts

Tax:

  • Review tax provision memo and calculation
  • Prepare/review R&D tax credit, Orphan Drug credit and IP Strategy memo and related calculations

Required:

  • Certified Public Accountant
  • 5+ years of related experience
  • 2+ years of public company experience
  • Technical accounting background with knowledge of US GAAP, SOX, and SEC reporting standards

Preferred:

  • Big 4/Public Accounting experience
  • Biotech industry experience
  • Experience with Netsuite and Carta

Strong Skills include:

  • Excellent attention to detail and writing, communication, and analytical skills
  • Ability to successfully manage multiple projects with competing priorities and tight deadlines
  • High level of collaboration across the Finance, Legal, and HR teams and broader organization
  • Self-starter and problem-solver
  • Flexible and strategic in a dynamic work environment

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Are you ready to join a growing, innovative, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate team of core scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options.  Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type.

We envision our company culture driven by spirited individuals with an entrepreneurial mindset who want to solve problems, and leaders who are sufficiently experienced to know success in the drug development industry comes with great challenges; it will never be a straight line.  We are looking for team members that are passionate about helping patients at the worst time in their lives.  Rain Therapeutics strongly believes that we are tremendously fortunate to aim our careers towards having a direct impact on patients, and we intend to fully leverage this opportunity with aggressive developmental timelines for a multitude of pipeline programs, all unified across a precision oncology strategy. 

Summary of Key Performance Objectives:
The R&D Accounting Manager will serve as the accounting lead for all R&D accounting, including pre-clinical and clinical development projects and future marketed product manufacturing. The role is an integral part of a growing accounting team and needs to have strong operational experience with full-cycle accounts payable, month-end close process, and budget/forecasting operations. The R&D Accounting Manager will report to the Assoc Director, Accounting. 

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Liaise with multiple groups in R&D, CROs, and vendors regarding: tracking of all R&D contracts, the overall progress of projects to budget, and status of completion of work at the period end
  • Collaborate with R&D operations and contracts team for contracts and work orders for amendment of existing contracts and new contracts for planned projects
  • Responsible for accounting close for all R&D activities
  • Support budget, forecasting and R&D long range planning processes
  • Manage and coordinate planning exercises to meet corporate reporting schedules and goals
  • Drive accounting with R&D monthly & quarterly accruals – ensure coding accuracy for BvA
  • Proactively examine R&D-purchase orders to assess percentage completion or timing of delivery of goods or services
  • Design and maintain R&D accrual models in MS Excel
  • Propose automated solutions to R&D accrual accounting for future consideration
  • Analyze R&D invoice data and compare to budget, contracts, and work orders to derive needed accruals or prepaid expenses at each period end
  • Prepare monthly account reconciliations and work with forecasting on detailed R&D roll forwards
  • Prepare reports and presentations to management on the status of each accrual area
  • Document desktop procedures and perform required steps under SOX for each month-end close
  • Provide assistance to Assoc Director, Accounting on ad hoc projects as needed

Required and Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Degree in accounting or finance
  • Biotech experience
  • 4 or more years of relevant experience
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

Preferred:

  • Public accounting experience
  • Technical accounting knowledge

Critical Job Skills:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Exceptional attention to details
  • Results-oriented independent contributor or team player with exceptional work ethic
  • Flexible and self-starter who takes full ownership of tasks
  • Strong organization and project management skills
  • Ability to do research work
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicv

Are you ready to join a rapidly growing, innovative, clinical-stage, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate team of core scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options.  Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type.

Summary:
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) reporting to the CEO, serves as a key strategic thought partner to the CEO and senior team, as well a leader with external constituents. He/she will be responsible for working with the CEO and Board of Directors (BOD) to develop and execute the financial strategy and operations that support the Company’s business objectives and plans. The CFO will also play a lead role in positioning the Company to investors and provide input and perspective on all significant business decisions. The CFO will be a strong voice in the setting of strategic and operating plans, including successful commercial launch of a drug product into the market.

The CFO will lead the Company’s financial operations and ensure that the company, leadership team, and the board have a clear understanding of operating performance and risks as it relates to all budgeted and forecasted goals. The CFO will be responsible for all finance functions, including financial and expense projections, fundraising, investor relations, deal analysis, procurement, financial reporting, compliance, controls, budgeting, pricing, tax and treasury. In addition, the CFO will also lead Facilities and IT functions of the Company.

Key Performance Objectives:
Contribute actively to the development and execution of the company’s strategic and business plans. Work closely with the senior management team and BOD to evaluate company portfolio and operations, maintaining and improving financial flexibility and enhancing the company’s overall financial position.

Serve as a key spokesperson for the company to the investment community, ensuring transparency in communications, while positioning the company in a compelling way to current and prospective investors.

Lead, manage and direct all financial affairs of the company including: financial planning, forecasting and budgeting, treasury, tax, audit, regulatory filings and compliance, finance operations including accounts payable, internal control and timely close of financial reporting each month. Also, ensure the integrity and compliance of all financial and regulatory reporting, controls, systems, policies, and procedures.

Provide overall leadership to the management reporting, financial planning, and budgeting processes. Lead efforts to improve the analytical rigor of the finance team so that business decisions throughout the organization are informed by analytical insight.

Interface directly with the Board and Audit Committee of the Board, ensuring they have a clear sense of the overall financial health and potential risk areas of the company. Maintain prudent risk policies and exposures and establish balance sheet management and forecasting discipline.

Required and Preferred Education and Experience:
Strong finance-based analytical skills with experience in strategic planning, 15+ years of finance experience requited, of which at least ten (10) years are of senior financial leadership experience in the biotech industry, and at least three (3) years as Chief Financial Officer of a public company.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, or related is required. CFA, CPA, MBA or a related postgraduate business degree is preferred.
  • Ability to prepare for and conduct successful financing. A demonstrated track record of serving as a business partner to the CEO, the board, and the senior leadership team to influence business decisions. Extensive experience in supporting successful commercial launch of drug product in the market. Proven ability to work with his/her peers across all functions are essential.
  • Must have the highest level of integrity, a strong work ethic and a high degree of professionalism working within a diverse workforce

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Strong supervisory and leadership skills

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Are you ready to join a growing, innovative, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate core team of scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new targeted therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options. Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type.

Summary
Our Head of Regulatory Affairs Chemistry, Manufacturing, and Controls will oversee and direct all CMC regulatory activities. They will provide strategic direction, conduct risk assessments, and oversee the preparation of all CMC regulatory agency documents and submissions. This will entail effective collaboration within the greater CMC team and cross-functionally with members of quality regulatory, manufacturing, etc. to ensure the integrity of CMC regulatory documents related to Rain-32, for patients with well-differentiated liposarcoma, Tarloxotinib, and other oncology therapeutics portfolio products.

Critical Performance Objectives:

  • Develop and execute regulatory plans in the preparation of CMC regulatory documents and submissions including NDAs, MAAs, INDs, etc) and ensure these documents meet high-quality standards and regulatory requirements
  • Own the internal document writing, review, and approval process for CMC related submissions and regulatory questions
  • Review CMC protocols and test methods; review and approve clinical manufacturing plans and labeling, and authorize drug shipment to clinical sites Interact with manufacturing and quality groups, regulatory agencies, contractor, and partner organizations, regarding Rain portfolio product CMC issues
  • Facilitate internal RACMC stakeholder team meetings, providing strategic, scientific, and regulatory subject matter and maintain record keeping tracking and project management systems 
  • Resolve complex project issues related to regulatory requirements by interpreting, communicating, and working with other Rain team members to ensure agency approvals are obtained
  • Support processes by which regulatory submissions are reviewed, finalized, and approved
  • Ensure compliance with regulatory practices and procedures and work practices proactively identifying and resolving to mitigate risks
  • Support regulatory authority inspections (GBT) as required

Required and Preferred Education and Experience:

  • BA/BS in a science or health-related field; required MA/MS or Ph.D. preferred
  • 7+ yrs RACMC experience in the CRO, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, or device/diagnostics industry required; 10 yrs preferred
  • Previous small molecule and/or oncology therapeutic drug development experience strongly preferred 
  • Advanced knowledge of regulatory requirements, including ICH and FDA, required
  • Significant RACMC regulatory document preparation and submission experience required
  • Strong writing, time, and project management skills with exceptional attention to detail required
  • Strong leadership and cross-functional collaboration orientation preferred
  • Previous experience working in a startup or other fast-paced, dynamic environment strongly preferred

Qualities for Success:

  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • High energy, self-starter with the ability to work in a team environment, as well as independently
  • Strong time management and planning skills
  • Experience and passion to work with small teams and in a startup environment, able to work comfortably under pressure, frequently changing landscape and tight deadlines
  • Team builder, excellent in hiring team members and establishing expectations and results
  • Detail-minded yet flexible work style; manage multiple projects and timelines at one time, and rapidly change priorities based on business needs

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Are you ready to join a rapidly growing, innovative, clinical-stage, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate team of core scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options.  Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type. We envision our company culture driven by spirited individuals with an entrepreneurial mindset who want to solve problems and are passionate about helping cancer patients.

Our Sr/Research Associate will provide technical laboratory support in performing key in vitro biochemical and cell-based experiments to drive the non-clinical research of the company. The position will work directly under the supervision of a Senior Scientist and assist in the organization, tabulation, and analysis of the data, record maintenance, laboratory inventory, and equipment management.

Critical Job Skills:

  • Perform technical laboratory research experiments with high efficiency
  • Accurately follows technical instructions in setting up and conducting biochemical and cell-based assays, including quantitative and qualitative analyses of the data
  • Provides updates on assigned experiments and research outcomes
  • Maintains and accurately records all tests performed and data collected. Ensures safe operation of appropriate laboratory equipment
  • Identifies opportunities for corrective action and protocol improvement providing recommendations; contributes to meeting companies targets for quality and safety
  • Uses resources efficiently; does not waste supplies. Evaluates and reports on inventory levels
  • Self-motivated to independently manage time effectively and prioritize daily tasks
  • Participate in the development or establishment of new laboratory procedures including biochemical and cell-based assays, quantitative and qualitative analysis
  • Trains in new techniques as they emerge as appropriate
  • Seeks opportunities to expand learning beyond baseline competencies with a focus on continual development as a researcher

Required and Preferred Education and Experience:

  • For RA: BA/BS in a science required, MA/MS preferred
  • For RA: 3+ yrs relevant industry experience in biotech or pharmaceutical company experience; for Sr. RA: 5 years relevant industry experience required.
  • Familiarity and comfort with bench lab operations and practices regarding research studies
  • Experience in developing biochemical and cell-based assays specifically in a drug discovery field is required
  • Working knowledge of analysis tools such as Microsoft Excel, Graph Pad Prism, Sigma Plot is required
  • Working experience with P-32 radioisotope is highly desirable

Qualities for Success:

  • Curious and passionate to work on an oncology drug discovery program
  • Self-motivated to learn with courage to challenge and improve the work efficiency
  • Ability to adapt and work efficiently in a fast-paced environment

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate team of core business leaders to execute on our vision to identify and execute on the development of novel therapeutic avenues for the treatment of cancer.  The personality of Rain will always be focused on entrepreneurs with autonomy to build their respective teams in a flat organizational structure.

The Sr Scientist / Principal Scientist will be a key contributor to the development and execution of ongoing drug discovery projects. You will achieve this by applying your technical expertise in cell and molecular biology to create and run biochemical and cellular assays, measuring the ability of novel anticancer agents to modulate specific DNA repair pathways and mechanisms. You will also work in multi-disciplinary collaborations with CROs and leading academics, involving a high level of teamwork. Appointment will be at either Senior Scientist or Principal Scientist level depending on experience.

Rain is seeking an enthusiastic, driven, skilled and detail-oriented scientist who will partner well within the rapidly growing enterprise.  The successful candidate will have a stellar work ethic, the flexibility and organizational skills to manage numerous and sometimes competing responsibilities of varying urgency within a fast-paced environment.

The Senior Scientist/Principal Scientist will report to the VP, Biology and Non-Clinical Development.

Key Requirements:

  • Ph.D. in biological sciences and minimum of 5 years of relevant hands-on experience in DNA damage response pathways or discovery with oncology focus
  • Broad knowledge of cancer biology required, with expertise in synthetic lethality or the DNA damage repair field highly preferred. Experience working in the DNA damage response field will be a distinct advantage.
  • Proven track record in biochemical & cell-based assay development and screening, ideally within an industrial drug discovery setting
  • Extensive experience in standard laboratory techniques, including hands-on experience with CRISPR, RNAi, reporter assays and small molecule inhibitor treatment of cancer cell lines

Position Description:

  • Develop, validate, and execute biochemical and screening assays to identify and characterize drug candidates in our pipeline of DNA repair-modulating small molecules
  • Perform mechanism of action studies to better understand how our drug candidates are affecting DNA damage repair pathways and genomic stability
  • Key contributor to the discovery research team, with broad responsibility helping us make novel discoveries to advance our pipeline assets
  • Identification and validation of cancer indications and contexts dependent on our drug targets to assist the clinical development of our programs
  • Work closely with our multi-disciplinary team of scientists, and interact with external CRO partners to generate novel hypotheses and advance our scientific priorities
  • Maintain up to date knowledge of advancements in the field and new laboratory techniques and technologies
  • Organize and present experimental results at regular internal meetings
  • Maintain accurate, well-organized experimental records
  • Deep understanding of DNA damage response biology, DNA repair pathways and cancer cell biology is highly desirable

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Excellent technical cell and molecular biology skills (e.g. D-loop assays, homologous recombination specific assays, SPR, single strand annealing, flow cytometry, imaging, cell culture, viability assays, reporter assays, etc) and a proven ability to apply these skills to cell-based assay development and screening
  • Experience with NGS technologies is preferred, and familiarity with pathway analysis and bioinformatic data analysis is a plus
  • Experience of drug discovery is desirable
  • Experience working in an industrial setting will be a distinct advantage

Qualities for Success:

  • Detail-oriented, self-motivated team player, with the ability to work independently
  • Well organized and able to maintain detailed records of experimental work
  • Ability to communicate clearly and decisively in an open, timely manner
  • Ability to effectively work independently in a team environment
  • A sense of adventure and excitement to help build a successful company and work in a highly dynamic team environment
  • Experience working in a fast-paced startup
  • Presentation skills, including preparation of presentation materials in slide format

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Are you ready to join a rapidly growing, innovative, clinical-stage, precision oncology powerhouse? Rain Therapeutics is committed to building a passionate team of core scientific, clinical, regulatory, and business leaders to bring new therapies for cancer patients struggling with limited treatment options.  Our focus has been and will continue to be new oncology therapeutics based on targeting the biological drivers of the cancer, regardless of tumor type. We envision our company culture driven by spirited individuals with an entrepreneurial mindset who want to solve problems and are passionate about helping cancer patients.

We are seeking a Manager of Information Technology (IT) to manage Rain’s IT infrastructure supporting all aspects of operations. This includes everything from deployment and support of employee laptops to common software systems and network infrastructure as well as laboratory instrumentation, if applicable. This is a very hands-on role. Excellent communication skills and a track record owning corporate IT systems of increasing complexity are required. The ability to understand and respond to the needs of a wide variety of users is paramount. The role will report to the SVP of Finance and Administration.

Critical Job Skills:

  • Manage the deployment of Mac and PC employee laptops across the organization
  • Own the configuration and maintenance of IT-related, including R&D systems
  • Own the deployment and configuration of email, standard office tools, document storage, collaboration software, and related systems
  • Own the deployment of company telephone and security systems
  • Own the buildout and configuration of local network infrastructure, including firewalls, switches, WiFi, Active Directory, DNS, and related systems
  • Own the integration and maintenance of networked laboratory instrumentation, when applicable, to ensure comprehensive security and connectivity
  • Support the integration of custom software and computer resources deployed in cloud-based servers and with local servers and laboratory systems
  • Support Rain’s R&D, Quality, Finance, Informatics, and other teams in meeting compliance requirements under SOX, GxP and other frameworks
  • Facilitate the evaluation and selection of technology vendors in alignment with IT standards.
  • Develop and manage software lifecycle management strategies and roadmaps that align with defined business strategies and support achievement of organizational IT goals.
  • Support risk and impact analysis assessments of new systems to business processes/operations, and changes to existing systems according to Rain policies & procedures, and regulatory compliance requirements.
  • Establish strong working relationships with IT systems user communities, other business functions to ensure the appropriate adoption, efficient and effective usage and adequate controls.
  • Ability to quickly learn, adapt, and master new IT systems that support the G&A business operations.
  • Manage external audits of IT security and best practices
  • Manage employee onboarding and recurring employee training to ensure that proper use of IT resources is understood and adhered to
  • Champion the continual improvement of IT infrastructure across the organization

Required and Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related fields
  • A minimum of six years of experience in a complex corporate IT environment
  • Demonstrated ability to manage internal and external teams related to IT needs and support
  • Current certification in domain areas that may include AWS, network security, GSuite deployment, Windows server administration, and similar
  • Experience in biopharmaceuticals or medical devices is highly desirable

Rain Therapeutics is an equal opportunity employer, and we’re proud of our ongoing efforts to foster diversity & inclusion in the workplace. Individuals seeking employment at Rain are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, ancestry, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.

Rain is primarily remote during COVID-19, except for our lab. We are looking forward to – flexibly – getting back into the office located in Newark, CA.

Once it is safe, we cannot wait to get back to hosting our regular in-person team activities and events.

Benefits

Rain provides comprehensive group medical, dental and vision coverage, commuter benefits, learning programs, adoption assistance, a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account, a Healthcare Savings Account, basic Term Life and Accident Insurance, and Voluntary Universal Life Insurance, Voluntary Disability Insurance.
Interested in joining us? Please contact us at careers@rainthera.com
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