Careers

Arog is an exciting and rapidly growing company with a wealth of career opportunity. We aim to provide a work environment that fosters the development of ambitious new graduates, as well as seasoned oncology professionals alike. Arog recognizes and appreciates that each staff member possesses a unique skill-set, which results in the dynamic and innovative teams that are crucial to our success.

If you feel you are a suitable candidate for one of our openings and would like to join our dedicated team of employees, we encourage you to apply.
 

Contact Us

5420 LBJ Freeway,
Suite 410
Dallas, TX 75240

Telephones:

(214) 593-0500

  • Medical Director

     

    OVERALL RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Arog is seeking one or more experienced oncologists to assist in the clinical development of its lead asset, crenolanib. Medical Directors will be expected to interact with site personnel and to fulfill a critical role as a lead physician for one or more clinical trials. A board-certified MD with experience in clinical trial conduct is required.  Physicians with clinical experience using investigational medications, particularly small molecules, are highly preferred.

     

    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Assist in the development of clinical strategy and the execution of tactical plans
    • Remain current with clinical medicine and drug development information relevant to oncology in order to navigate and lead the company’s interests from a medical and business perspective
    • Familiarity with clinical trial enrollment challenges and implementation of solutions to overcome accrual barriers is preferred
    • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned

     

    EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • Board certified oncologist with a minimum of 5 years of clinical experience

     

    PROFESSIONAL REQUIRMENTS & SKILLS:

    • Clinical trial experience is required
    • Presentation, moderation and facilitation skills are desired
    • Keen attention to detail and commitment to high quality
    • Highly organized with ability to prioritize and work efficiently to meet tight deadlines
    • Strong communication skills (verbal and written)

     

    If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit a résumé and cover letter to Human Resources:

    By Email: recruiting@arogpharma.com

    By Fax: (469)-533-3966

    By Mail: Arog Pharmaceuticals, Human Resources, 5420 LBJ Freeway, Suite 410, Dallas, TX 75240

    No phone calls please

  • Research Associate/Clinical Monitor

    Job title: Clinical Research Associate/Clinical Monitor

    Reports to: Operations Manager

    • Full-time
    • Part-time

     

    AROG Pharmaceuticals, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, is seeking to add to its team of bright and hardworking scientists to assist with the clinical development of its platform of benzimidazole derivatives to develop a robust drug pipeline of orally available, potent, and selective small molecule type I kinase inhibitors. AROG is poised to enroll patients in pivotal registration, randomized Phase III trials of its lead molecule, crenolanib in the near future. 

    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    We are seeking individuals to primarily assist with a variety of ongoing activities necessary to monitor the progression of our clinical trials. Our Clinical Research Associates/Clinical Monitors gain hands-on experience and un-paralleled exposure to virtually every component of modern drug development. The Clinical Research Associate position may include, but is not limited to, the following areas of activity:

    • Travel to clinical trial sites for regular monitoring visits
    • Prepare monitoring plans based on online data captured through electronic data capture software 
    • Source data verification (SDV) against records maintained at clinical trial sites
    • Provide on-site user spot training and basic troubleshooting services for research personnel at clinical trial sites

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • At least 2 years experience with clinical trials (RN’s and healthcare professionals are encouraged to apply)
    • B.S. in biology, biochemistry, organic chemistry, immunology, molecular biology, biotechnology, or other substantially related field of study
    • Experience planning, writing, and reviewing study designs, protocols, data analysis, study reports, and regulatory documents is highly preferred
    • Experience with analytical software is preferred
    • Consistent travel (~50% or more may be expected)

    SKILLS AND PROFICIENCIES

    • Exceptional interpersonal skills
    • Highly motivated, organized, meticulous, and collaborative self-starter
    • Communicate effectively in both oral and written form; compose and edit written materials; explain technical concepts in non-technical terms to colleagues and counterparts
    • Work collaboratively and/or individually on multiple projects of varying complexity in a deadline-driven environment
    • Ability to present a professional appearance at all times
    • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite

    Ability to operate peripheral computer equipment (e.g., printers, scanners, and other typical office equipment)

  • Clinical Research Associate - IT 1

    Job title: Clinical Research Associate – Information Technology 

    Reports to: Operations Manager

    • Full-time
    • Part-time

    AROG Pharmaceuticals, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, is seeking to add to its team of bright and hardworking scientists to assist with the clinical development of its platform of benzimidazole derivatives to develop a robust drug pipeline of orally available, potent, and selective small molecule type I kinase inhibitors. AROG is poised to enroll patients in pivotal registration, randomized Phase III trials of its lead molecule, crenolanib in the near future. 

    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    We are seeking individuals to primarily assist with a variety of ongoing activities necessary to monitor the progression of our clinical trials. Our Clinical Research Associates gain hands-on experience and un-paralleled exposure to virtually every component of modern drug development. The Clinical Research Associate position may include, but is not limited to, the following areas of activity:

    1.    Trial Master File Maintenance: Responsibilities will include uploading and updating documents, locating missing documents, and updating document statuses to maintain current trial master files for AROG’s clinical trials.

    2.    User Acceptance Testing and Data Collection: Responsibilities will include user acceptance testing of electronic data capture software and technology, including designing, reviewing, testing, and approval of UAT technology.

    3.    Reporting: Responsibilities will include electronic submission of safety and other trial related information to respected regulatory authorities. Setup electronic submission protocol and process for required countries and regulatory authorities.

    4.    Electronic Trial Master File System Administration: Responsibilities may also include design, maintenance, document updates, and data entry when necessary to develop and sustain trial master files. 

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • At least 2 year experience with clinical trials (RN’s or healthcare professionals are encouraged to apply)
    • Experience with electronic trial master file or trail master file maintenance is encouraged
    • Experience with logical programming and analytical software  is preferred
    • B.S. or advanced degrees in biology, biochemistry, organic chemistry, immunology, molecular biology, biotechnology, Pharm. D. with a background in biochemistry and/or organic chemistry, or other substantially related field of study
    • Experience planning, writing, and reviewing study designs, protocols, data analysis, study reports, and regulatory documents is highly preferred

    SKILLS AND PROFICIENCIES

    • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
    • Ability to operate peripheral computer equipment (e.g., printers, scanners, and other typical office equipment)
    • Communicate effectively in both oral and written form; compose and edit written materials; explain technical concepts in non-technical terms to colleagues and counterparts
    • Work collaboratively and/or individually on multiple projects of varying complexity in a deadline-driven environment
    • Highly motivated, organized, and collaborative self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit
    • Ability to present a professional appearance at all times
  • Clinical Research Associate - IT 2

    Job title: Clinical Research Associate – Information Technology 

    Reports to: Operations Manager

    • Full-time
    • Part-time

    AROG Pharmaceuticals, Inc., located in Dallas, Texas, is seeking to add to its team of bright and hardworking scientists to assist with the clinical development of its platform of benzimidazole derivatives to develop a robust drug pipeline of orally available, potent, and selective small molecule type I kinase inhibitors. AROG is poised to enroll patients in pivotal registration, randomized Phase III trials of its lead molecule, crenolanib in the near future. 

    POSITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    We are seeking individuals to primarily assist with a variety of ongoing activities necessary to monitor the progression of our clinical trials. Our Clinical Research Associates gain hands-on experience and un-paralleled exposure to virtually every component of modern drug development. The Clinical Research Associate position may include, but is not limited to, the following areas of activity:

    1.    Electronic Trial Master File System Administration: Responsibilities will include design, maintenance, document updates, and data entry when necessary to develop and sustain electronic data monitoring software.

    2.    Argus - Pharmacovigilance System Administration: Responsibilities will include administration of ARGUS safety monitoring system, including user management, site management, maintenance, and training.

    3.    Electronic Data Capture Designer: Responsibilities will include EDC study design, configuring core and optional modules, programming edit checks and system dynamics, testing & validation of designed study and end user training.

    4.    Reporting: Responsibilities will include electronic submission of safety and other trial related information to respected regulatory authorities. Setup electronic submission protocol and process for required countries and regulatory authorities.

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • At least 2 years experience with clinical trials (RN’s or healthcare professionals are encouraged to apply)
    • Experience with electronic data capture technology or system configuration
    • Experience with logical programming and analytical software  is preferred
    • B.S. or advanced degrees in biology, biochemistry, organic chemistry, immunology, molecular biology, biotechnology, Pharm. D. with a background in biochemistry and/or organic chemistry, or other substantially related field of study
    • Experience planning, writing, and reviewing study designs, protocols, data analysis, study reports, and regulatory documents is highly preferred

    SKILLS AND PROFICIENCIES

    • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite
    • Ability to operate peripheral computer equipment (e.g., printers, scanners, and other typical office equipment)
    • Communicate effectively in both oral and written form; compose and edit written materials; explain technical concepts in non-technical terms to colleagues and counterparts
    • Work collaboratively and/or individually on multiple projects of varying complexity in a deadline-driven environment
    • Highly motivated, organized, and collaborative self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit
    • Ability to present a professional appearance at all times