TrialCard Jobs in Cary, NC

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9 days ago

BI Developer

TrialCard Cary, NC

• Responsible for BI development efforts (coding/configuration/ maintenance/installation, testing, debugging) and technical documentation of the… ClickCast


9 days ago

Service Operations Manager - Print Production

TrialCard Cary, NC

The Service Operations Manager is primarily responsible for the development of business process related solutions for clients. They own the process… ClickCast


21 days ago

Service Operations Manager - Reporting

TrialCard Cary, NC

The Service Operations Manager is primarily responsible for the development of business process related solutions for clients. They own the process… ClickCast


9 days ago

Reimbursement Case Manager

TrialCard Cary, NC

• Respond to coding questions (CPT, HCPCS, ICD9/10) and provide guidance on proper claims filing. • Coordinate… ClickCast


1 day ago

Systems Administrator – new

TrialCard Cary, NC

• Perform day-to-day break-fix, troubleshooting Windows related issues, performance issues, etc. • Maintain Windows best practices, anti-virus… TrialCard


1 day ago

Service Operations Manager - Quality Assurance & Control – new

TrialCard Cary, NC

• Work collaboratively and proactively in a team-fostered environment that takes shared ownership reviewing TrialCard’s established services and… TrialCard


2 days ago

Pharmaceutical Inside Sales Representative – new

TrialCard Cary, NC

• Engage targeted customer audience in in-depth guidelines/ disease awareness and product discussions. • Contacting Primary Care Physicians… TrialCard


15 days ago

Pharmaceutical Inside Sales Representative - West Coast

TrialCard Cary, NC

• Engage targeted customer audience in in-depth guidelines/ disease awareness and product discussions. • Contacting Primary Care Physicians… TrialCard


30+ days ago

Director of Business Development

TrialCard Cary, NC

The primary responsibility for this position is to assist our clients and prospects in the development of Product Access Support solutions for their… TrialCard


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    Former Employee - Senior Program Manager in Cary, NC
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    Pros

    Exceptional CEO, not afraid to promote or reward their high-performers, gym and cell phone benefits, innovative products, etc. The little ways that they said "thank you" meant a lot. I was never treated differently because of my gender and offered lots of opportunities to make a difference with clients. The work is truly yours to succeed or to fail with. Nobody is going to hold your hand and make sure that you're successful. Candid feedback on challenges with work and resources is received by the leadership, but don't be surprised if they put you in charge of fixing whatever it is you're providing feedback about! This company won't be a good fit for you if you're afraid of hard work or to try problem solving on your own. The CEO is hands-down one of the best parts of the company. He's charismatic, a thoughtful problem-solver, and he subtley coaches his team along so they feel like they are empowered to solve the company challenges. The VP of Sales is equally excellent, and he was a privilege to work with.

    Cons

    The company has changed a lot over the last year. There's been a lot of vision and communication lost, and it has taken a toll on the sense of teamwork and partnership. Without a sense of where "we" are trying to go, decisions start to feel arbitrary, the work feels like it's without purpose, and the lower level leadership becomes ineffective and inept. Lower level leadership is relatively inexperienced and not particularly good at receiving feedback. There's minimal pressure for them to grow as "leaders". Some of the ways that the company says "thank you" have started to seem like sad efforts. Putting up a banner in a breakroom celebrating 15 years of work or putting bagels into an unoccupied cubicle felt more disappointing than anything.

    Advice to Management

    A common set of goals and benchmarks should be broken down into achievable "wins" so that people get a sense that they CAN be successful and contribute to the company vision. Growing leaders from within is always an admirable practice. It's not a guaranteed recipe for success though. Just because someone was a great project manager doesn't mean they will be a good associate director, director, etc. It becomes pretty painful to work for someone who is an ineffective leader, a poor communicator, and who doesn't seem to be interested in your ideas.


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