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30+ days ago

Associate Director, Change Control and Validation

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Performs coordinated oversight of proposed changes within both internal and external GMP operations. Ensures that internal, Contract Manufacturing… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Finance Manager - Commercial Operations

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

to the company’s EVP of Finance. Reporting to the Senior Director of FP&A, the individual will collaborate with functional department leads to… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


28 days ago

Senior Business Development Analyst

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Build and maintain the financial models for companies under research utilizing multiple valuation methodologies to inform manager and leadership… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Manager, Clinical Drug Supply

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Supply support for Clinical Operations • Manage clinical drug supply activities • Review clinical trial protocols • Identify secondary… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Executive Director, Medical Field

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

/Purpose: Medical Science Liaisons (MSLs) are one of the field-based teams that report to a regional field director within Medical Affairs. MSLs are… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Senior Statistical Analyst

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

and interpretation of clinical trial data. • Create CDISC SDTM and ADaM files, SAS export files and Define.xml use for Electronic Submission from… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Drug Safety Science

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Perform aggregate safety data tabulation and listing compilation • Collaborate with safety physicians, medical monitors, toxicology group, and… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Senior Analyst State & Local Taxes

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Preparation of all aspects of monthly, quarterly and annual tax reporting and sales and use tax compliance to ensure accurate and timely filing of… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Director/Senior Director, Business Operations

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

• Provide strategic and tactical support to sales management and the senior management team on sales execution… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


30+ days ago

Senior Quality Assurance Specialist

Pharmacyclics, Inc. Sunnyvale, CA

· Reviews and approves master batch records, labels, specifications, protocols and other manufacturing documents of drug substances and/or drug… Pharmacyclics, Inc.


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    Not Worth the Opportunity

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    Former Employee - Director in Sunnyvale, CA
    Former Employee - Director in Sunnyvale, CA

    I worked at Pharmacyclics full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    The drug is great. Company is growing and has a lot of partnerships with other biopharma companies. The Pros are like the ants and the elephant is the Cons.

    Cons

    There are too many to name but here's just a few of them.

    1. Location is not ideal.
    2. CEO and COO run the company like it's a dictatorship. COO and CFO are control freaks and makes the rules and everyone has to follow. If you don't like it then see yourself out the door. I also heard the COO reads every employee's performance review. Maybe if your a mom and pop company and you had 5 people but there's over 500 employees. Isn't the COO supposed to be running the company? Why bother hiring managers, directors if the C-Suite doesn't allow you to have that responsibility? They can just do it themselves.
    3. Side deals happen and it's a corrupt environment. They promote people but the minute they don't like the person they turn around and plot to fire them or make it so bad that the person end up leaving. It's all part of a hidden agenda and master plan.
    4. No work/life balance. It's almost like this company never heard of life outside of work. The feeling is that if you don't work a lot of hours you're not doing your job or you're a slacker even if you put in 40 or more hours a week. Expectation is your phone is on your hip after hours (whatever that means) and on weekends.
    5. If you have a family you might as well say goodbye to them because you won't see or talk to them much. You might see them in the morning before you leave for work but they're probably still sleeping. You may see them around 8p or later when you come home or maybe you get home at a decent hour (5:30p) but you're back online working again. Hence you're just a body and a number. Another one will come and replace you when they're ready to get rid of you. By that time you probably had a divorce, separation, kids don't talk to you and lost some friends. So after you leave or if you got let go you have to rebuild your life because you have everything up for the company.

    The best feeling and weight off my shoulders was leaving this company. I no longer have high blood pressure. I don't wake up in the middle of the night stressing out. I work in a real company that values me as a person and not a number.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your managers and directors. You would be surprised that some of them actually know what they're doing and may even be doing a job better than senior management. Look at what the other biopharma companies are doing with work/life balance. Maybe you can learn a few things from them. Don't be so controlling and be "big brother". 24/7 work schedule doesn't equal hard-worker. It means you're insane and crazy to expect this.

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