Job Opportunity: ID Analyst

ID Analyst

Job Description

The Infectious Diseases therapy area at Decision Resources Group (DRG) is seeking an Analyst to conduct qualitative and quantitative primary market research with a focus on the hospital anti-infectives market. The Analyst will be responsible for producing syndicated market research reports, as well as performing custom analyses of AMR’s hospital anti-infectives audit data.

Job Responsibilities

  • Conduct qualitative and      quantitative primary market research through interviews and surveys with      medical experts and key opinion leaders.
  • With minimal supervision,      produce high-quality syndicated market research reports focused on the      hospital anti-infectives market, intended for decision-makers in the      biopharmaceutical industry.
  • Develop and perform customized      analyses of AMR’s hospital antibiotic and antifungal utilization data to      client specifications.
  • Critically analyze and      interpret clinical literature, proprietary data, and commercial      information to evaluate the potential of marketed and pipeline therapies.
  • Contribute to the scope and      direction of Infectious Diseases products while meeting production      deadlines.
  • Interact and develop      relationships with biopharmaceutical industry clients and internal      stakeholders.

The position is based in Exton, Pennsylvania, in the Philadelphia area.

A successful candidate will have the following credentials and experience:

  • Ph.D. in the biological sciences or related field, or Master’s degree with 2-3 years of pharmaceutical/healthcare market research experience.
  • Experience with analyzing and      interpreting complex data sets.
  • Excellent verbal and written      communication skills.
  • A flexible and collaborative      approach to work.
  • Excellent attention to detail.
  • Familiarity with the drug      development and commercialization process.
  • Experience with Microsoft Word,      Excel, and PowerPoint.

Company Description

Decision Resources Group ( is a cohesive portfolio of companies that offers best-in-class, high-value information and insights on important sectors of the healthcare industry. Leading biopharmaceutical industry clients rely on Decision Resources Group (DRG) for their strategic planning, market development and competitive intelligence needs. Decision Resources, BioTrends Research Group and Arlington Medical Resources (AMR) are part of the Decision Resources Group and are the premier providers of analysis and data on the significant issues facing the biopharmaceutical industry.

Graduate Fellow for Commuter and Transfer Engagement

FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITY: Graduate Fellow for Commuter and Transfer Engagement

The primary responsibility of this position is to hire, train and develop the Commuter and Transfer Assistant staff. The Graduate Fellow for Commuter and Transfer Engagement Coordinator will utilize the Office’s peer mentorship model to develop the student staff as mentors and leaders.

A secondary responsibility of this position is to develop and coordinate services and programs to enhance the commuter and transfer student experience at Drexel University by working with the Director of Commuter and Transfer Student Engagement and Office Peer Mentors.

-Recruit, hire, train, supervise, and evaluate Commuter and Transfer Assistants
-Coordinate and supervise programs and services developed by the Commuter and Transfer Assistants
-Oversee Office communication strategies and social media initiatives related to bringing awareness to the commuter and transfer community about University resources, services and programs
-Work with Director to implement Office transition programs such as Transfer Student Orientation and Commuter Connection Day
-Assist Director of CTSE with the strategic initiatives of the Office, i.e. serve on the Commuter Advisory Board, develop assessments to evaluate Office programs and student leadership, and educate the University community about the commuter experience

Students should send a resume and statement of interest to A.S.A.P.

The Graduate Fellow would be paid $15/hour. The work schedule is flexible, however, Fellow would need to be able to work on campus, during the day and, at times, early evening. The Graduate Fellow would be working 10-15 hours per week. The appointment would be Winter, Spring and Summer terms, and at that time, I hopefully would receive additional funding to continue the appointment.