PixarBio Corp won “2016 Best Place to Work in Boston”- Boston Business Journal.
As Founder and CEO of InVivo Therapeutics Corp (NVIV), Frank Reynolds won “2013 Best Place to Work in Boston”- Boston Business Journal.
Whether you’re working in our labs on the bench or in our offices, PixarBio provides you with an innovative, creative work environment combined with a once in a life-time experience to join a team with an established history of successful invention of novel biomaterials for the most challenging conditions in Neuroscience.
Open positions include:
Drug Manufacturing Quality Assurance Engineers, Neuroscientists, Chemical Engineers, Pain Focused Pharmacologist, Lab Technicians, IT ERP Support, IT Serialization Support, Cell Biologist, Chemist, FDA cGMP Manufacturing engineers, Clinical Studies Manager.
Come motivated to be accountable and get the job done…
- Every employee gets four tickets to the Red Sox for their birthday
- Free sunshine on sunny days in Boston
- Co-invent, research and develop with Frank Reynolds, lead inventor of the NeuroScaffold, co-founder of InVivo Therapeutics Corp and co-inventor on 50+ pending biomaterials/life science patent applications
- Frank Reynolds, a 2013 Boston Business Journal’s “CFO of the Year” nominee, has established a track record for creating an innovative work environment and financially rewarding careers
- PixarBio Corp won “2016 Best Place to Work in Boston”- Boston Business Journal.
- InVivo Therapeutics Corp (NVIV) won “2013 Best Place to Work in Boston”- Boston Business Journal while seeking to gain FDA approval and begin a first-in-man biomaterials study for acute spinal cord injury
- Co-lead advances for the toughest problems in neuroscience and neurosurgery
- We offer a competitive benefits package including continuing education
- Outstanding mentoring program
- Team of proven career makers
- Work for a team with a record of creating financial reward for value creating staff
If you are interested, please email your resume to HR@pixarbio.com.
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