Mission: At Clarion, we are dedicated to training the next generation of executive leaders in the life sciences. Working in small teams, consultants learn to blend deep scientific and commercial expertise with rigorous analytical and strategic thinking and with forward-thinking business ...
I have been working at Clarion Healthcare Consulting full-time
Truly focused on most strategic and impactful projects in life science industry
Firm leadership involved in project work, providing learning opportunities for younger staff
Meritocratic promotion policies
Smart and friendly people make for collaborative culture
Flat structure can make promotions few and far between
Compensation lower than many competitors, especially when bonuses are lower due to firm profitability.
I applied online. I interviewed at Clarion Healthcare Consulting (Boston, MA) in August 2017.
Three 45 minute interviews. Each was composed of ~20 minutes of fit and ~25 minutes of case. Interviewers ranged in seniority within the company and included a member of leadership.
We were thrilled to welcome back Clarion alumna, Uciane Scarlett to kick-off the first of three Speaker Series Alumni Perspectives. Clarion employees were excited to learn about Uciane’s career journey perspective, from her PhD program and years at Clarion to her current role as Director of Business Development & Strategy at Compass Therapeutics.
Clarion’s Speaker Series program is part of the firm’s broader Industry Leaders Development Program, specifically designed to serve the dual purpose of enriching our team’s consulting skill set while exposing firm members to the spectrum of industry roles and opportunities. This program is core to Clarion’s mission of supporting client innovation together with developing future industry leaders within our staff.
At Clarion, we support life sciences companies developing new treatments for rare disease. In our pursuit of deepening our connections with those impacted, we attended Disorder: The Rare Disease Film Festival, billed as the first event of its kind in the United States. The stories shared offer a glimpse into the “lonely world of rare diseases” where families and patients (many of them young children) live with, and despite, the limitations of medical science. The co-founders of Disorder—two fathers of children with rare diseases— know intimately the fear and isolation that often comes with a rare disease diagnosis. They recognize the multitude of diseases so few people are aware of and created the film festival to raise awareness through their families’ stories while providing a space for others to share. Disorder: The Rare Disease Film Festival was hosted in Boston and Cambridge on October 2-3, 2017.
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