Medical Affairs Associate at Big Health (Remote)
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At Big Health, our purpose is to help millions back to good mental health.
We do this through our digital therapeutics: Daylight™ for worry and anxiety, and Sleepio™, for poor sleep.
These fully automated cognitive and behavioral programs are as scalable and clinically validated as drugs.
And our software combines the intimacy of the human voice, engaging animation, and clinically rigorous techniques to engage people anytime and anywhere and ultimately help them overcome their mental health challenges.
Today, over 10 million people worldwide have access to Big Health’s products, via leading employers in the US (including Boston Medical, The Hartford, Google, and Home Depot ) and the UK’s NHS.
The Medical Affairs Associate is a brand new role at Big Health, reporting to the Director of Medical Affairs, and serving as a critical member of the Clinical, Research and Medical Affairs team.
In this role, you will provide project management and administrative support including conducting literature searches, developing summary decks, updating databases, and coordinating external presentations.
The Medical Affairs team sits at the intersection of our Clinical, Research and Commercial teams and you'll have a critical cross-functional impact in this role.
Join us and bring your unique talents to bring millions back to good mental health!
This role can be remote anywhere in the US.
To learn more about working at Big Health, please go to Built In and Glassdoor.
What you'll do:
- Support project management related to Medical Affairs activities (e.g., project administration, conducting literature searches, developing research summary decks, ad-hoc assignments).
- Lead administrative aspects of Medical Affairs (e.g., triaging Med Affairs personnel to specific meetings, updating databases, summarizing internal metrics).
- Coordinate the development of internal and external presentations.
- Communicate clearly and effectively about clinical and medical affairs topics with internal stakeholders, including executives.
What you bring:
- Cross-functional collaboration: Can effectively collaborate and coordinate on projects with colleagues across different teams
- Detail-orientedness & organization: Is able to develop efficient organizational systems for projects, including documents, emails, and meeting notes, and is able to present information in a way that is clear, concise and project-relevant.
- Communication across stakeholders: Is able to communicate effectively with a range of internal stakeholders, including executives.
- Teamwork & flexibility: Is a team player, is able to balance and prioritize their work effectively (with guidance), is able to receive and apply feedback, and is able to pivot to emergent priorities.
- Bachelor’s degree at minimum (preferably in the field of psychology or sciences).
- Experience with research (preferably in the field of psychology; can include undergraduate work/volunteer experiences); for example, literature reviews, critical analysis and summary of research studies, basic data analysis. Presentations or publications are a plus, but not required.
- Administrative and/or project management experience; for example, past experience as a research assistant.
Life at Big Health:
- Be part of a team that includes clinical psychologists, software engineers, business leaders and even a former professional magician [shh… it’s a secret].
- Surround yourself with the smartest, most enthusiastic and dedicated people you’ll ever meet, but who listen well, learn from their mistakes and when things go wrong, generously pull together to help each other out
- Check out our values - they’re a living, breathing part of our culture
- Enjoy benefits including a generous vacation policy, professional development fund, flexible working locations and more.
- Competitive salary packages including stock options.
Because we are on a mission to bring millions back to good mental health, we believe it’s essential to reflect the diversity of those we intend to serve. We’re an equal opportunity employer dedicated to building a culturally and experientially diverse team that leads with empathy and respect.
Additionally, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance. Big Health participates in E-Verify and will provide the federal government with Form I-9 information from all new employees to confirm that they are authorized to work in the U.S. Big Health does not use E-Verify to pre-screen applicants.
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