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In December 2018, InGeneron became one of the first companies to successfully complete a feasibility study as part of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s regulatory pathway, using patients’ regenerative cells to treat rotator cuff tendinopathy. Join our fast-growing and leading cell therapy company and shape the future of regenerative medicine. As part of an international team of leading experts with exceptional and diverse backgrounds, you’ll have the opportunity and be challenged to play a pivotal role in translating science to improve patients’ lives.

Here’s What We Value

Co-creating based on respect for and trust in each other.

Seeking input and supporting one another through constructive conversation, coaching and sharing information.

Listening, asking, and challenging the status quo with the belief that open communication stimulates innovation and unleashes the best results.

Prioritizing and focusing on the important aspects your work to become an internal expert.

Getting involved and initiating new ideas that innovate opportunities and head off potential problems.

Showing ownership and accountability. Taking responsibility for your ideas and projects to make sure things get done ethically and on track.

Celebrating success. Thinking bold, working passionately and celebrating your contributions to improving the lives of patients and the care they receive.

Open Positions

We’re a workplace that seeks and draws people who are driven to get better every day. We invite you to explore our open positions below. If you want to keep informed about our development and open positions in the future, please feel free to follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.

Houston, U.S., starting immediately

Director of Clinical Trial Operations 

Responsible for the overall execution of clinical trials (projects), accountable for the study start-up activities, budget and timeline management, organization, administration and execution of the clinical trial from start to finish, compliance with GCP, IHC, SOPs, internal/departmental guidelines. Works collaboratively with individuals cross-functionally across the organization. Primary contact for sponsors/CRO, clinical sites and vendors. Prioritizes activities with competing deadlines and ensures goals are met. Recommends leads and implements tactical process improvements. Responsible for contributing to a culture of process improvement, performance measures, project prioritization, and developing successful solutions. Provides clear direction, with timelines for supporting members of the project (budget, contracts, regulatory, pricing, network operations, others). Provides supporting members with information they need to successfully complete their job for InGeneron.

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Houston, U.S., starting immediately

Regulatory Specialist 

The Regulatory Specialist will coordinate, prepare, or review regulatory submissions for domestic or international projects by preparing regulatory or compliance documentation to local and central IRBs and coordinate/submit regulatory documentation for IRB approval of clinical materials and documents. Additional activities include the review of promotional materials for compliance with applicable regulations and policies in the conduct of clinical research. The candidate must maintain a current knowledge base of existing and emerging regulations, standards, or guidance documents and update this knowledge of legal or regulatory changes to external and internal teams by interpreting regulatory rules or rule changes and ensure that they are communicated through corporate policies and procedures.

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Houston, U.S., starting immediately

Clinical Field Educator 

The Clinical Field Educator is responsible for Customer Success including creating training for sites and site feedback to the company for our clinical-stage products at InGeneron, a medical device company. The Clinical Liaison will ensure that customers, including clinical trial sites, are trained and provided with appropriate scientific and technical knowledge about our products and the science and affiliated research behind them for successful clinical operation. The Clinical Liaison will also ensure that usability, safety, and operational feedback reaches appropriate people at InGeneron.
This position works directly with Principal Investigators and the staff at clinical trial sites, and directors of Engineering, Clinical Research Operations, and Regulatory. Reporting to the Director of Clinical Research Operations and located in our Houston, TX office, the position has approximately 70% travel, generally to the US, though to include the EU.
You will promote our company and products by attending conferences and seminars, cultivating relationships, and conducting presentations. You will explain our products and technology to potential clinical sites and customers.

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Houston, U.S., starting immediately

Bookkeeper (part-time 20-30 hours per week) 

This position is based at our Houston, TX office. The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining all our vendor accounts in good standing along with processing receipt of payments in a timely fashion. Your responsibilities in this role will support our general accounting department and play a crucial role within our monthly financial operations and month-end close. This position requires a basic understanding of double-entry bookkeeping. The ideal candidate will also have great troubleshooting abilities and attention to detail.

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Houston, U.S., starting immediately

Business Development & Market Analyst – Student Intern

As our student intern in business development and market analysis in Houston, TX you will participate in and lead projects centered around validating our existing business model and refining our go-to-market strategy. You will be exposed to a wide range of MedTech business development topics including sales & marketing, regulatory affairs, and reimbursement. This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week, with flexible start and end dates depending on your school’s schedule. You can expect a hybrid working environment with the option of working from a home office 2 days per week.

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Houston, U.S., starting immediately

Marketing & Public Relations – Student Intern

As our student intern in marketing and public relations in Houston, TX you will participate in and lead external as well as internal marketing and public relations projects. You will assist in managing digital advertising campaigns, social media accounts, and our website. This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week, with flexible start and end dates depending on your school’s schedule. You can expect a hybrid working environment with the option of working from a home office 2 days per week.

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