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We are building a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360™ precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases.

We are led by a highly talented executive team with proven experience creating best places to work. We are driven to help patients in need, foster personal and professional growth, unlock our team potential, and to deliver exceptional results.

We offer competitive benefits, pay, time off, and perks!

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Positions available at Mirador Therapeutics:

(San Diego, CA or remote)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a talented Executive Director, Machine Learning to lead the development and application strategy of models leveraging multi-modal data (genetics, omics, EHR/text) to obtain new insights and therapeutic hypotheses.  In this position, the individual will lead a team of machine learning scientists and software engineers to build, train, test, and maintain predictive, interpretable, and generalizable data models, including large language models (LLMs). The position will be partnered cross-functionally to align on standard assumptions and tools used to estimate future outcomes and build mechanisms that communicate to stakeholders when opportunities are identified.

Responsibilities

  • Lead development and strategic deployment of machine learning and AI models across Mirador’s infrastructure to derive new insights for R&D, commercial and clinical teams
  • Drive implementation of predictive models combining clinical, genetic, imaging, and circulating biomarkers to illuminate biological mechanisms and enable patient stratification and indication expansion.
  • Design, develop, and fine-tune large-scale neural network models, with a strong emphasis on language models.
  • Explore state-of-the-art techniques in NLP, transfer learning, and generative AI to enhance our capabilities.
  • Participate in and oversight of scientific report writing. Presentation of methods, results, and conclusions to a publishable standard.
  • Communicate findings in multiple settings (including 1:1, group and project meetings).
  • Mentor junior members of the team and set goals, priorities and evaluation criteria for the team
  • Strong at building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science (concentration on machine learning/AI), Engineering, Statistics, or a related field
  • 14 or more years of relevant biotech and/or pharmaceutical industry experience preferred.
  • Proficiency with at least one high-level programming language (R, Python, C/C++) for complex data analysis and reproducible research practices.
  • Experience analyzing high-dimensional molecular data, such as imaging, video, or transcriptomics.
  • Experience leading a team of machine learning scientists to deliver on predefined key corporate objectives.
  • Background in inflammatory diseases (e.g., autoimmune diseases, IBD, and scleroderma) and/or experience working with clinical trial data is a plus.

Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrated ability to contribute to and help advance multi-disciplinary team projects.
  • Track record of excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including providing concise summaries of complex data to empower decision-making.
  • Have a strong work ethic and are proactive in providing solutions to foster scientific collaborations and drive projects forward.
  • Can work in a highly interactive environment with a diverse team of colleagues.

The expected base pay range for this position is $225,000 – $325,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

 

(remote)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a talented Associate Director, Machine Learning to report to Exec Director, Machine Learning and collaborate on development of deep neural networks (DNNs) and large language models (LLMs) leveraging multi-modal data (genetics, omics, EHR/text) to drive new insights and therapeutic hypotheses.  In this position, the individual will be responsible to build, train, test, and maintain predictive, interpretable, and generalizable data models. The position will be partnered cross-functionally to align on standard assumptions and tools used to estimate future outcomes and build mechanisms that communicate to stakeholders when opportunities are identified.

Responsibilities

  • Design and perform analyses to infer causal mechanisms driving inflammatory mechanisms integrating data collected from pre-clinical models and human data sets.
  • Drive implementation of predictive models combining clinical, genetic, imaging, and circulating biomarkers to illuminate biological mechanisms and enable patient stratification and indication expansion.
  • Design, develop, and fine-tune large-scale neural network models, with a strong emphasis on language models.
  • Explore state-of-the-art techniques in NLP, transfer learning, and generative AI to enhance our capabilities.
  • Participate in and oversight of scientific report writing. Presentation of methods, results, and conclusions to a publishable standard.
  • Communicate findings in multiple settings (including 1:1, group and project meetings).
  • Strong at building partnerships and working collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in Computer Science (concentration on machine learning/AI), Engineering, Statistics, or a related field
  • 8 years or more of relevant biotech and/or pharmaceutical industry experience preferred.
  • Proficiency with at least one high-level programming language (R, Python, C/C++) for complex data analysis and reproducible research practices.
  • Experience analyzing high-dimensional molecular data, such as imaging, video, or transcriptomics.
  • Experience leading a team of machine learning scientists to deliver on predefined key corporate objectives.
  • Background in inflammatory diseases (e.g., autoimmune diseases, IBD, and scleroderma) and/or experience working with clinical trial data is a plus.

Skills and Abilities

  • Demonstrated ability to contribute to and help advance multi-disciplinary team projects.
  • Track record of excellent interpersonal and communication skills, including providing concise summaries of complex data to empower decision-making.
  • Have a strong work ethic and are proactive in providing solutions to foster scientific collaborations and drive projects forward.
  • Can work in a highly interactive environment with a diverse team of colleagues.

The expected base pay range for this position is $125,000 – $230,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a motivated, detail-oriented Executive Director, Discovery Immunology with strong background in immunology / cell biology and experience developing cell-based assays to support our efforts in target validation, early phase antibody drug discovery, IND-enabling studies, biomarker discovery and companion diagnostics development. The ideal candidate is an individual that enjoys a fast-paced and dynamic work environment, with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to support project goals and objectives.

The role will require deep scientific and therapeutic-area expertise in Discovery Immunology, thorough familiarity and experience with the principles of drug development to ensure compound transition along the pipeline, management experience, and importantly the ability to work with ambiguity and embrace uncertainty. The role will demand critical, timely, independent decision making and requires a high degree of autonomy.

The Executive Director reports to the Chief Scientific Officer. This leader must have scientific excellence in Immunology with a rich understanding of drug development, leadership, recruitment capabilities, management skills to direct a group of individuals, and excellent communication and collaboration skills to deliver on the therapeutic area strategy.

Qualifications

  • PhD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 14 years or more of experience in academia and industry, preferably in the field of auto-immune diseases.
  • Prior industry experience in Discovery Immunology required.
  • Prior people management experience.
  • Prior experience leading project teams and managing CROs/vendors.
  • Direct experience working with immunology, inflammation and immune-mediated fibrotic diseases (Skin, Gut or Lung) or relevant molecular pathways.
  • Experience in early drug discovery with proven leadership of preclinical development of therapeutic project(s) and clinical candidate selection is a requirement.
  • Self-starter with strong scientific curiosity and rigor, excellent interpersonal and analytic skills, high ethical standards, and outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
  • A desire to be part of a highly innovative, dynamic, and growing company aimed at developing novel therapeutics for patients.
  • Demonstrable ability and enthusiasm for identifying, setting, and meeting critical deliverables, delivering clinical candidates into development.
  • Track record of developing efficient discovery processes and leading complex cross-functional team collaborations, including managing relationships with internal and external collaborators.
  • Proven track record of advancing programs through discovery, IND-enabling studies, and IND filing.
  • Ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders.

The expected base pay range for this position is $225,000 – $325,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(remote)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary 

As Principal Cloud Architect you will drive the delivery of world-class cloud solutions based on the AWS platform for Information Technology and will be responsible for delivering solutions that accelerate the delivery of Precision Bioinformatics and Biostatistics work for the company.  Take a lead role in defining and promoting the architecture direction and governance for cloud strategy and initiatives.

 You will be challenged to find approaches that enable rapid adoption of new cloud services and drive transformation for our business and IT processes.  Act as a liaison and consultant on best practices, principles and processes required to leverage best in class cloud capabilities and technologies.  Partner with a platform vendor to drive execution and adhere to timelines as prioritized with internal stakeholders.

Responsibilities 

  • Partnering with business-lead teams and successfully leading the design of AWS cloud computing solutions, responsible for the architecture, confidentiality, integrity, availability, and resiliency of this environment.
  • Responsible for the planning, execution, and refinement of the cloud platform strategy.
  • Formulates architecture, establishes governance, manages cloud provider.
  • Identify opportunities to reduce cloud security risk and lead implementation of solutions.
  • Provide operational assistance to support the larger needs of the organization.
  • Ensure that cloud solutions follow governance, security, and compliance controls, as well as best practices.
  • Remediate cybersecurity vulnerabilities as identified.
  • Implement Identity and Access Management solutions.
  • Implement backup, DR, and business continuity processes.
  • Implement high availability architecture.
  • Implement AWS cost management controls.

Qualifications  

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Business Information Systems and/or professional relevant experience and accomplishments
  • 8 years of experience in the IT field
  • Cloud certifications from Amazon Web Services
  • 3 years of experience with infrastructure as code design (CloudFormation, Terraform, etc.)
  • 3 years of engineering experience on a major cloud platform (AWS preferred)
  • Understanding of Scrum Agile methodology and have worked on a Scrum team
  • Foundational understanding of IaaS and PaaS services offered on cloud platforms and understand how to use them together to build solutions
  • Design and deliver well-architected cloud solutions based on business requirements
  • 3 years of experience implementing infrastructure as code
  • Knowledge of networking, firewalls, load balancers etc.
  • Knowledge of best practices for IT operations in an always-on, always-available service model
  • Experience working with external cloud-vendors and internal stakeholders to refine deliverables and timelines along organizational priorities

 Additional Experience – Nice-to-haves

  • Biotech / Data Science experience
  • Experience with Agile software development
  • Experience deploying, managing, operating workloads in AWS cloud infrastructure
  • Experience implementing security controls and compliance requirements
  • Experience with Netskope Private Access
  • Experience with Terraform

Skills and Abilities  

  • Exceptional communication skills and the ability to communicate appropriately with corporate executives and technical teams
  • Excellent influencing and reasoning skills; good at conflict resolution and consensus building
  • Self-motivated with excellent planning, problem-solving and organizational
  • The ability to engage constructively with peers and technical lead to communicate the technical approach, trade-offs, and technical decisions
  • Entrepreneurial, enjoys working in a fast-paced, smaller-company environment

The expected base pay range for this position is $150,000 – $225,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a motivated, detail-oriented Principal Scientist with strong background in translational immunology / cell biology and experience developing cell-based assays to support our efforts in target validation, early phase antibody drug discovery, IND-enabling studies, biomarker discovery and companion diagnostics development. The ideal candidate is an individual that enjoys a fast-paced and dynamic work environment, with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to support project goals and objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Lead or co-lead biological drug-discovery programs, with an emphasis in clinical lead generation.
  • Conceptualize and perform cell-based functional assays (cell lines, primary cells, whole blood) to support target validation, antibody drug screening, mechanism of action studies, biomarker identification and/or companion diagnostics development.
  • Analyze, critically interpret data and share results to project teams as required.
  • Keep meticulous records of experiments performed.
  • Act as a resource for other scientists in the group.

Qualifications

  • PhD, MD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 8 years or more of experience in academia and industry, preferably in the field of auto-immune diseases.
  • Prior industry experience in translational immunology is a plus.
  • Prior experience managing Associates/Scientists.
  • Prior experience leading project teams and managing CROs/vendors.
  • Direct experience working with immunology, inflammation and immune-mediated fibrotic diseases (Skin, Gut or Lung) or relevant molecular pathways.
  • Hands-on lab experience in an industry drug discovery / development setting a plus.
  • Strong knowledge functional assay development, experience with preclinical animal models of autoimmune disease and ex-vivo models to assess immune responses in human (and other animal species) whole blood, PBMCs and various primary cell subsets required.
  • Experience using multi-color flow cytometry to immunophenotype human cells from blood and tissues preferred as is hands-on experience using MSD, Luminex or ELISA to measure analytes in serum, plasma, supernatant or cell lysates is required.
  • Proficient with MS office and standard data analysis packages (e.g. Prism, Flowjo, Systat).
  • Self-motivated with excellent problem-solving, organizational and communication skills.

The expected base pay range for this position is $150,000 – $225,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a motivated, detail-oriented Director with strong background in translational immunology / cell biology and experience developing cell-based assays to support our efforts in target validation, early phase antibody drug discovery, IND-enabling studies, biomarker discovery and companion diagnostics development. The ideal candidate is an individual that enjoys a fast-paced and dynamic work environment, with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to support project goals and objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Lead or co-lead biological drug-discovery programs, with an emphasis in clinical lead generation.
  • Conceptualize and perform cell-based functional assays (cell lines, primary cells, whole blood) to support target validation, antibody drug screening, mechanism of action studies, biomarker identification and/or companion diagnostics development.
  • Analyze, critically interpret data and share results to project teams as required.
  • Keep meticulous records of experiments performed.
  • Act as a resource for other scientists in the group.

Experience and Qualifications

  • PhD, MD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 12 or more years of experience in academia and industry, preferably in the field of auto-immune diseases.
  • Prior industry experience in translational immunology is a plus.
  • Prior experience managing Associate/Scientists.
  • Prior experience leading project teams and managing CROs/vendors.
  • Direct experience working with immunology, inflammation and immune-mediated fibrotic diseases (Skin, Gut or Lung) or relevant molecular pathways.
  • Hands-on lab experience in an industry drug discovery / development setting a plus.
  • Strong knowledge functional assay development, experience with preclinical animal models of autoimmune disease and ex-vivo models to assess immune responses in human (and other animal species) whole blood, PBMCs and various primary cell subsets required.
  • Experience using multi-color flow cytometry to immunophenotype human cells from blood and tissues preferred as is hands-on experience using MSD, Luminex or ELISA to measure analytes in serum, plasma, supernatant or cell lysates is required.
  • Proficient with MS office and standard data analysis packages (e.g. Prism, Flowjo, Systat).
  • Self-motivated with excellent problem-solving, organizational and communication skills.

The expected base pay range for this position is $175,000 – $275,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a motivated, detail-oriented Associate Director with strong background in translational immunology / cell biology and experience developing cell-based assays to support our efforts in target validation, early phase antibody drug discovery, IND-enabling studies, biomarker discovery and companion diagnostics development. The ideal candidate is an individual that enjoys a fast-paced and dynamic work environment, with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to support project goals and objectives.

Responsibilities

  • Lead or co-lead biological drug-discovery programs, with an emphasis in clinical lead generation.
  • Conceptualize and perform cell-based functional assays (cell lines, primary cells, whole blood) to support target validation, antibody drug screening, mechanism of action studies, biomarker identification and/or companion diagnostics development.
  • Analyze, critically interpret data and share results to project teams as required.
  • Keep meticulous records of experiments performed.
  • Act as a resource for other scientists in the group.

Experience and Qualifications

  • PhD, MD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 10 or more years of experience in academia and industry, preferably in the field of auto-immune diseases.
  • Prior industry experience in translational immunology is a plus.
  • Prior experience managing Associate/Scientists.
  • Prior experience leading project teams and managing CROs/vendors.
  • Direct experience working with immunology, inflammation and immune-mediated fibrotic diseases (Skin, Gut or Lung) or relevant molecular pathways.
  • Hands-on lab experience in an industry drug discovery / development setting a plus.
  • Strong knowledge functional assay development, experience with preclinical animal models of autoimmune disease and ex-vivo models to assess immune responses in human (and other animal species) whole blood, PBMCs and various primary cell subsets required.
  • Experience using multi-color flow cytometry to immunophenotype human cells from blood and tissues preferred as is hands-on experience using MSD, Luminex or ELISA to measure analytes in serum, plasma, supernatant or cell lysates is required.
  • Proficient with MS office and standard data analysis packages (e.g. Prism, Flowjo, Systat).
  • Self-motivated with excellent problem-solving, organizational and communication skills.

The expected base pay range for this position is $150,000 – $225,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We are seeking a highly motivated protein engineer to join the biotherapeutics discovery group. The candidate must have demonstrable experience with antibody discovery and protein engineering programs in a biologics discovery setting.

Responsibilities

  • Expertise in protein and antibody engineering in the discovery and preclinical development of biotherapeutic candidates. Assist in evaluating new technologies to stay at the cutting edge of biologics discovery, production, and characterization.
  • Play a key role in assessing protein structure and function as applied toward the evaluation of biologics for protein design and engineering.
  • Present your findings and ideas to an interdisciplinary team with a wide range of technical backgrounds.

Qualifications

  • PhD in Molecular Biology, Structural Biology, Biophysics, Biochemistry, or related disciplines and 8 years or more of experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry
  • Manage all aspects of protein and antibody expression, purification, and characterization to support the preclinical discovery and development efforts of the biotherapeutics group.
  • Experience managing external CROs and vendors for protein engineering work.
  • Demonstrable experience in antibody discovery, antibody engineering, or the engineering of other proteins.
  • Familiarity with various antibody formats and scaffolds including, but not limited to fusion proteins, bi-specific antibodies, single-domain antibodies (VHH), and bi-paratopic antibodies.
  • Experience in mammalian cell culture and protein expression systems.
  • Self-starter, strong collaborative skills working in cross-functional teams and a start-up environment.

The expected base pay range for this position is $150,000 – $225,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to head up the biotherapeutics discovery group. The candidate must have demonstrable experience with antibody discovery and protein engineering programs in a biologics discovery setting.

Responsibilities

  • Hire and manage a team of protein engineers.
  • Expertise in protein and antibody engineering in the discovery and preclinical development of biotherapeutic candidates.
  • Assist in evaluating new technologies to stay at the cutting edge of biologics discovery, production, and characterization.
  • Play a key role in assessing protein structure and function as applied toward the evaluation of biologics for protein design and engineering.
  • Present your findings and ideas to an interdisciplinary team with a wide range of technical backgrounds.

Qualifications

  • Ph.D. in molecular biology, structural biology, biophysics, biochemistry, or related disciplines and 14 years or more of experience in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical industry post Ph.D.
  • Manage all aspects of protein and antibody expression, purification, and characterization to support the preclinical discovery and development efforts of the biotherapeutics group.
  • Experience managing external CROs and vendors for protein engineering work.
  • Demonstrable experience in antibody discovery, antibody engineering, or the engineering of other proteins.
  • Familiarity with various antibody formats and scaffolds including, but not limited to fusion proteins, bi-specific antibodies, single-domain antibodies (VHH), and bi-paratopic antibodies.
  • Experience in mammalian cell culture and protein expression systems.
  • Self-starter, strong collaborative skills working in cross-functional teams and a start-up environment.

The expected base pay range for this position is $225,000 – $325,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.  

Summary

We seek a motivated, detail-oriented Director, Discovery Immunology with strong background in immunology / cell biology and experience developing cell-based assays to support our efforts in target validation, early phase antibody drug discovery, IND-enabling studies, biomarker discovery and companion diagnostics development. The ideal candidate is an individual that enjoys a fast-paced and dynamic work environment, with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to support project goals and objectives.

The role will require deep scientific and therapeutic-area expertise in Discovery Immunology, thorough familiarity and experience with the principles of drug development to ensure compound transition along the pipeline, management experience, and importantly the ability to work with ambiguity and embrace uncertainty. The role will demand critical, timely, independent decision making and requires a high degree of autonomy.

This leader must have scientific excellence in Immunology with a rich understanding of drug development, leadership, recruitment capabilities, management skills to direct a group of individuals, and excellent communication and collaboration skills to deliver on the therapeutic area strategy.

Qualifications

  • PhD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 12 years or more of experience in academia and industry, preferably in the field of auto-immune diseases.
  • Prior industry experience in Discovery Immunology required.
  • Prior people management experience.
  • Prior experience leading project teams and managing CROs/vendors.
  • Direct experience working with immunology, inflammation and immune-mediated fibrotic diseases (Skin, Gut or Lung) or relevant molecular pathways.
  • Experience in early drug discovery with proven leadership of preclinical development of therapeutic project(s) and clinical candidate selection is a requirement.
  • Self-starter with strong scientific curiosity and rigor, excellent interpersonal and analytic skills, high ethical standards, and outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
  • A desire to be part of a highly innovative, dynamic, and growing company aimed at developing novel therapeutics for patients.
  • Demonstrable ability and enthusiasm for identifying, setting, and meeting critical deliverables, delivering clinical candidates into development.
  • Track record of developing efficient discovery processes and leading complex cross-functional team collaborations, including managing relationships with internal and external collaborators.
  • Proven track record of advancing programs through discovery, IND-enabling studies, and IND filing.
  • Ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders.

The expected base pay range for this position is $175,000 – $275,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We seek a motivated, detail-oriented Principal Scientist/Associate Director, Discovery Immunology with strong background in immunology / cell biology and experience developing cell-based assays to support our efforts in target validation, early phase antibody drug discovery, IND-enabling studies, biomarker discovery and companion diagnostics development. The ideal candidate is an individual that enjoys a fast-paced and dynamic work environment, with a demonstrated ability to work collaboratively to support project goals and objectives.

The role will require deep scientific and therapeutic-area expertise in Discovery Immunology, thorough familiarity and experience with the principles of drug development to ensure compound transition along the pipeline, management experience, and importantly the ability to work with ambiguity and embrace uncertainty. The role will demand critical, timely, independent decision making and requires a high degree of autonomy.

This leader must have scientific excellence in Immunology with a rich understanding of drug development, leadership, recruitment capabilities, management skills to direct a group of individuals, and excellent communication and collaboration skills to deliver on the therapeutic area strategy.

Qualifications

  • Associate Director: PhD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 10 years or more of experience in academia and industry, preferably in the field of auto-immune diseases. Principal Scientist: PhD or equivalent post-graduate degree in Immunology or related field with 8 years or more of experience in academia and industry.
  • Prior industry experience in Discovery Immunology required.
  • Prior people management experience.
  • Prior experience leading project teams and managing CROs/vendors.
  • Direct experience working with immunology, inflammation and immune-mediated fibrotic diseases (Skin, Gut or Lung) or relevant molecular pathways.
  • Experience in early drug discovery with proven leadership of preclinical development of therapeutic project(s) and clinical candidate selection is a requirement.
  • Self-starter with strong scientific curiosity and rigor, excellent interpersonal and analytic skills, high ethical standards, and outstanding written and verbal communication skills.
  • A desire to be part of a highly innovative, dynamic, and growing company aimed at developing novel therapeutics for patients.
  • Demonstrable ability and enthusiasm for identifying, setting, and meeting critical deliverables, delivering clinical candidates into development.
  • Track record of developing efficient discovery processes and leading complex cross-functional team collaborations, including managing relationships with internal and external collaborators.
  • Proven track record of advancing programs through discovery, IND-enabling studies, and IND filing.
  • Ability to build strong relationships with key stakeholders.

The expected base pay range for this position is $150,000 – $225,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to head up the CMC function. The candidate will be responsible for phase appropriate CMC development and manufacturing strategies, due diligence, identifying and implementing necessary process improvements, oversight of activities at contract development and manufacturing organizations (CDMOs), and authoring and review of relevant submissions to regulatory agencies.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for technical leadership and operational management of formulation, drug product and supply chain activities.
  • Establish and oversee activities, including process optimization, solid-state and formulation development, API and drug product manufacturing at external laboratories and manufacturing facilities.
  • Development and implementation of phase appropriate CMC development and manufacturing strategies from early clinical to commercial stages.
  • Identification of necessary process improvements, and management of development/ implementation of process improvements at external manufacturing sites.
  • Oversight of proper execution of manufacturing runs at external CDMOs, ensuring supply for on-going and planned non-clinical studies and clinical trials.
  • In coordination with internal partners including Clinical Operations, Project Management and external CDMOs, forecasting of manufacturing needs and scheduling of manufacturing runs in accordance with program timelines and budgets.
  • Interaction as process development and manufacturing leader with internal and external parties, including Program Management, Analytics, Regulatory Affairs, and Quality Assurance.
  • Identification and communication of risks in the manufacturing process and their mitigation.
  • Responsibility to develop, author, review, and/or approve Standard Operating Procedures, specifications, reports, regulatory filings, or other controlled documents, as needed. Contribute to building and maintaining phase-appropriate Quality infrastructure in support of external CMC operations.
  • Act as process and technical expert during regulatory interactions.
  • Representation of the company as overall manufacturing process expert during diligence and partner company interactions.

Qualifications

  • Master’s degree or PhD in Chemistry or related discipline.
  • 10 or more years of experience in manufacturing and CMC activities within the Biotechnology or Pharmaceutical industry, with significant experience in the field of small molecule drug development.
  • Technical depth and a broad understanding of chemical process, analytical and formulation development.
  • Expertise overseeing the design of new syntheses and process improvements to achieve bulk and quality goals, to ensure that API processes and manufacture of Drug Substance can be successfully accomplished.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in small molecule reformulation/formulation development is desirable.
  • Proficient in the management of Contract Manufacturing Organizations, leading GMP manufacturing activities, and managing drug supply for clinical studies.
  • Operational experience and familiarity with the drug development process, including external regulatory requirements and cGMP.
  • Experience in authoring and reviewing CMC sections of regulatory dossiers, and interactions with global regulatory agencies.
  • Ability to provide input on and set overall CMC strategy.
  • Expertise in early development as well as late stage/commercial small molecules, preferably in direct management of multiple disciplines and platforms.
  • People management experience.

Skills and Abilities

  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills across levels and functions.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a highly dynamic work environment
  • Strong initiative, accountability, and willingness to take ownership and drive projects to completion.
  • Ability to set priorities, work independently and deliver results in a timely manner.
  • Sound strategic, technical, operational, and ethical judgment with uncompromising integrity.

The expected base pay range for this position is $250,000 – $375,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

The Associate Director, Biospecimen and Data Management is an operationally focused role which is accountable for enabling the timely and successful collection and receipt of biospecimens and clinical and genomic datasets.  This role will be both internally and externally focused, serving as knowledge resource and partner to clinical data and biospecimen partners, data management vendors, and internal data science users to ensure the successful accessioning and reconciliation of collected biospecimens and biospecimen data to enable downstream processes.

Responsibilities

Data Management

  • Provide oversight and guidance internally and externally to enable acquisition and ingestion of high quality clinical and omic datasets into Mirador360TM, ensuring compliance with established protocols and adherence to agreed timelines.
  • Oversee outsourced data management activities and vendors; manage day-to-day relationship; monitor costs and quality to identify and recommend improvements.
  • Ensure data within Mirador360 remains compliant with data privacy policies, patient consent, and research
  • Coordinate the timely and accurate status reporting of biospecimen samples and datasets.
  • Work with data architects and scientists to design and build software solutions to facilitate data access and analysis, including genomic and clinical datasets.

Biospecimen Management

  • Develop processes to oversee and manage the pipeline of sample requests, handling, analysis, and delivery, ensuring compliance with quality and ethical standards, as well as adherence to agreed delivery timelines.
  • Maintain data platforms enabling accessioning and reconciliation of physical biospecimens and corresponding metadata (e.g., LIMS)
  • Provide strategic oversight and guidance internally and externally in the areas of biospecimen sample collection, accessioning, processing, labeling, storing, and cataloging, ensuring compliance with regulations and established protocols.
  • Identify, engage, and oversee vendors/partners responsible for biospecimen storage, shipping, and analysis; oversee biospecimen transfer between partners and vendors.
  • Aid in biospecimen study feasibility assessments, serving as a biospecimen expert and demonstrating thorough knowledge of pharma regulatory and compliance programs.
  • Work alongside clinical partners to plan and execute studies involving collection or use of biospecimens. Assist in the creation of biospecimen collection site requirements, lab manuals, site trainings, site communications and collection kits.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences or related field preferred
  • 8 years or more of experience in pharma, complex medical, public health, CRO, or similar research environment and at least 2 or more years of managing internal teams.
  • 2 years or more of experience managing vendors for key outsourced activities.
  • Understanding of large data platforms and processes to ingest, maintain and obsolesce data.
  • Must be able to track and manage the flow of samples and datasets.
  • Thorough knowledge and/or equivalent working knowledge of central laboratory operations (kits/supplies, logistics, laboratory operations, specimen storage, data reporting and transfers, site alerts, etc.) preferred.
  • Biospecimen related certifications desired (e.g. IATA certification).
  • Requires a strong working knowledge of MS Office, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, project management, and data management experience preferred.

Essential Skills and Abilities

  • Must be able to think strategically and work both independently and as part of a team in a smaller company environment.
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented, with excellent time-management skills, and the ability to manage multiple projects and deliver on tight deadlines.
  • Excellent communication, verbal and written, and interpersonal skills with strong ability to interact with internal teams and partners across all levels of the organization.
  • Passion for innovation and problem solving.
  • Willing to travel up to 20%.

The expected base pay range for this position is $150,000 – $225,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary 

We are seeking a highly motivated individual to head up the Regulatory Affairs function. The candidate will be responsible for leading the Regulatory Affairs function and will oversee and direct the strategic planning and execution of clinical regulatory activities essential for initiating and conducting clinical trials and securing marketing authorization. This role involves extensive interaction with regulatory agencies such as the FDA, EMA, and PMDA, seeking scientific advice and approvals, and provides cross-functional leadership for global filings, ensuring compliance with local regulatory requirements and authoring and reviewing submission documents for regulatory applications. The ideal candidate will have a successful record of approved regulatory submissions.

Responsibilities

  • Set strategy, direct, plan and implement clinical regulatory activities required to initiate and conduct clinical trials and to seek marketing authorization.
  • Interact with the FDA, EMA, PMDA, and other regulatory agencies to seek scientific and regulatory advice and obtain required approvals.
  • Provide strong cross-functional leadership for global filings including authoring and reviewing sections of IND, CTA, NDA, MAA, and other global submission documents in support of clinical trials and marketing applications, as well as their amendments, in conformance with local regulatory requirements.
  • Develop and implement cross-functional department policies, processes, work instructions, and standard operating procedures.
  • Provide regulatory leadership for due diligence activities and partnering activities.
  • Ensure inspection readiness efforts for regulatory activities and files.
  • Manage regulatory budgets and vendors.
  • Maintain current expertise in regulatory trends and operations.
  • Participate as needed in technical discussions and collaborate with corresponding groups at Health Authorities to advance Regulatory Science.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree required, with an advanced scientific degree (PhD, PharmD, MD) strongly preferred.
  • 15 years or more of experience leading Regulatory Affairs function and people management experience.
  • Extensive regulatory experience with clearing INDs and CTAs and gaining approvals of NDAs and MAAs.
  • Demonstrated proficiencies in leading successful health authority meetings.
  • Experience with autoimmune products and interacting with FDA CBER and EMA; additional experience with Skin, Gut and Lung products a plus.
  • Experience in leading multidisciplinary teams.
  • Strong knowledge in clinical and nonclinical regulatory science.
  • Knowledgeable regarding global regulatory submission standards and publishing best practices.

Skills and Abilities 

  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills across levels and functions.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively in a highly dynamic work environment.
  • Strong initiative, accountability, and willingness to take ownership and drive projects to completion.
  • Ability to set priorities, work independently and deliver results in a timely manner.
  • Sound strategic, technical, operational, and ethical judgment with uncompromising integrity.
  • Travel, including international travel, approximately 25%.

The expected base pay range for this position is $250,000 – $375,000 (SVP – $275,000 – $390,000) plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

Summary

We are seeking a highly motivated, hands-on VP, Clinical Operations. This person will have hands-on leadership and management experience, including demonstrable expertise in the successful planning and execution of clinical development plans and studies within current and future indications. The role will also be active in planning and organizing project documentation and processes to support regulatory filings.

Responsibilities

  • Oversee the overall execution of the assigned clinical program(s) with focus on quality, budget, and timelines, including making decisions or recommending operational strategies in support of achieving Phase II and Phase III clinical program objectives.
  • Leads the strategy and tactics to successfully work with vendors, investigators, and cross functional departments to develop, implement and deliver clinical studies/programs supporting our Phase II and Phase III programs.
  • Champions, promotes, and supports the development of high-quality, hard-working study teams to deliver outstanding clinical trials.
  • Has broad experience selecting, managing, troubleshooting, and negotiating with (CROs) and supporting vendors.
  • Leads strategies for patient recruitment and retention in clinical trials.
  • Establishes performance, quality, business efficiency, and innovation metrics for the clinical teams and vendors in collaboration with Quality and Risk Management; seeks to improve quality across study programs and ensures quality processes are followed.
  • Maintains awareness of industry trends and developments to help define the future strategic direction for the clinical programs.
  • Prepares and delivers training, both internally and externally, on new objectives or mandates from authorities, and on training associated with the clinical trials (Investigator Meetings, Re-training).
  • Oversees and is accountable for program budgets, staffing, and timelines.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in the life sciences or related field. Advanced degree preferred.
  • 12 years or more of experience in the Life Sciences industry and/or clinical research organization, including 9 or more years of clinical study management and 10 or more years of proven experience in leadership and people management roles.
  • Practical experience in clinical trial design, operations, and management, with early and late-stage clinical trials experience in pulmonology, gastroenterology, or dermatology is highly desirable.
  • Expertise in global regulatory and compliance requirements for clinical research, including but not limited to US CFR, EU CTD, and ICH GCP. Awareness of local country requirements is also required.
  • Experience leading and handling complex global clinical development programs is required.
  • Demonstrated track record of interpreting executive level research/scientific business requirements into operational strategies globally.
  • Thorough understanding of local and international regulations applicable to clinical development; demonstrative knowledge of regulatory requirements globally and prior success in providing timely and quality support of regulatory submissions.

Skills and Abilities

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; willingness to engage with investigators, key opinion leaders, external advisors, and regulatory authorities; and ability to effectively give presentations at conferences, advisory meetings, and other public forums.
  • A hands-on, entrepreneurial style with a sense of urgency, a bias toward action, comfort with calculated risk, and the ability to analyze situations rapidly and make prudent decisions.
  • Engaged, hands-on, independent, and goal-oriented mentality; willingness to work in a highly dynamic work environment and embrace uncertainty.
  • Known to work with cross-functional collaboration and lead multiple assignments with timely and accurate output.
  • Adept at crafting and presenting a clear vision among direct reports, efficiently aligning resources, and motivating teams to achieve goals.
  • Demonstrated analytical abilities and proficient planning and negotiation skills.
  • Sound strategic, clinical, technical, operational, and ethical judgment with uncompromising integrity.
  • Travel, including international travel, approximately 25%

The expected base pay range for this position is $250,000 – $375,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

(San Diego, CA)

Mirador is a next-generation precision medicine company focused on immunology and inflammation. The company’s Mirador360 TM precision development engine leverages the latest advances in human genetics and cutting-edge data science to rapidly advance new precision medicines for patients living with chronic immune-mediated inflammatory and fibrotic diseases. Launched in 2024, Mirador has raised over $400 million from leading life sciences investors and is based in San Diego, CA.

 Summary
We are seeking a highly motivated hands-on physician leader to serve as Vice President, Clinical Development who will lead a portfolio of the company’s clinical studies for current and future indications.

This position will play a key role in driving the execution of studies from indication selection, protocol concept, design, and conduct, to final report including interpretation of clinical data, and preparation of documents for filing with regulatory agencies.

As a subject matter expert, the incumbent will work with key stakeholders on the development of clinical protocols to support the company’s product strategy, data collection and management, and final reports development in compliance with appropriate standard operating procedures, and regulatory and medical standards. This position interacts with various groups within the company and externally to the business to ensure alignment and oversee clinical research activities.

Responsibilities

  • Provide clinical leadership of trial execution from first-in-human through registrational studies.
  • Provide clinical leadership in the conduct of clinical activities including recruitment, data review, analysis, and reporting that conforms to the highest ethical, safety and quality standards and in compliance with GCP and regulatory standards.
  • Attend and present at investigator meetings and site initiation visits as applicable.
  • Provide clinical leadership in the preparation of Clinical Study Reports, Annual Reports and other safety reports, Health Authority pre-meeting packages, Investigator Brochures and other periodic clinical reports.
  • Collaborating with cross-functional groups to provide input in publication strategy including active participation in authoring, preparation, and review of manuscripts, conference abstracts and presentations, and other external presentations of clinical data.
  • Partner with R&D to provide clinical perspective to target selection and development strategy. Offer clinical input/direction on early-stage, pre-clinical projects.
  • Remain current on the therapeutic landscape in the relevant therapeutic areas through review of the scientific literature, interactions with key opinion leaders and other external experts, and attendance at relevant scientific meetings, in order to provide input and guidance for the strategic direction of the company.
  • Partner with Medical Affairs on the overall strategy for Target Product Profiles, clinical trial design, and ensuring dissemination of medically accurate information related to the company’s product candidates.

Qualifications

  • MD degree or equivalent is required. Board Certification or Board Eligibility in internal medicine, subspecialty training or experience in drug development in pulmonology, gastroenterology, or dermatology medicine is highly desirable.
  • 10 years or more of experience in pharmaceutical clinical drug development in industry including protocol development; study initiation and follow-up; IRB/EC submissions and interactions; review of clinical study data listings; review and/or preparation of clinical study reports.
  • The candidate should have experience with U.S. and European Health Authority interactions and have experience with submissions of clinical regulatory documents.
  • A clinical background that includes experience in pulmonology, gastroenterology, or dermatology a plus. Experience working across broad disease areas with an aptitude for learning equally desired.
  • Exceptional execution, and implementation of practices and initiatives to ensure timelines and budgets are met.
  • The ability to build and maintain excellent interpersonal relationships, both within and outside the company, at all levels.
  • A hands-on, entrepreneurial style with a sense of urgency, a bias toward action, comfort with calculated risk, and the ability to analyze situations rapidly and make prudent decisions.
  • Engaged, hands-on, independent, and goal-oriented mentality; willingness to work in a highly dynamic work environment and embrace uncertainty.

Skills and Abilities

  • Highly dynamic work environment and embrace uncertainty.
  • Ability to multi-task and willingness to flexibly contribute simultaneously in multiple facets of drug development; willingness to learn new therapeutic areas.
  • Self-motivated; strong commitment to follow up on tasks and action items; organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills; risk identification and management; creative and innovative thinking all highly desirable.
  • Strong ability to work within and lead and motivate a cross-functional matrixed team.
  • The requisite scientific acumen and communication skills to influence and collaborate with key scientific, regulatory, and business leaders.
  • Sound strategic, clinical, technical, operational, and ethical judgment with uncompromising integrity.

The expected base pay range for this position is $250,000 – $400,000 plus bonus, equity, and comprehensive benefits. The base pay range reflects the target range for this position, but individual pay will be determined by additional factors such as job-related skills, experience and relevant education or training. This range may be modified in the future.

All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other protected class.

Mirador provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, religious creed (including religious dress and grooming practices), color, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, legally-protected medical condition or information (including genetic information), marital or domestic partner status, sex (including pregnancy, perceived pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), gender, gender identity, gender expression, age (40 years and over), sexual orientation, military and/or veteran status, protected medical leaves (including but not limited to requesting or approved for leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act or the California Family Rights Act), requesting a reasonable accommodation on the basis of disability or bona fide religious belief or practice, victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, political affiliation, and any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.

Equal employment opportunity applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including hiring, placement, promotion, discipline, termination, layoff, transfer, leave of absence, compensation, employee benefits and application of policies and training. It is the responsibility of every manager and employee to conscientiously follow this policy. Any employee having any questions regarding this policy should discuss them with Human Resources.

Thank you for your interest in Mirador Therapeutics and our recruitment opportunities. Recruiting and employment are managed through the Human Resources Department. Mirador requires that a signed agreement be in place prior to the presentation of any candidates. We ask that recruiters and agencies do not contact or solicit employees or managers in an attempt to present candidates. The company will not be obligated or responsible for any requested fees to candidate resumes that are unsolicited and or submitted to hiring managers without a written agreement signed by the Chief People Officer of Mirador. Thank you.