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Premier Research Overview

Research Triangle Park, NC
1001 to 5000 employees
1996
Company - Private
Biotech & Pharmaceuticals
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
INC Research, Pharmaceutical Product Development, PRA Health Sciences

Working at Premier Research

Premier Research is a leading clinical development service provider that helps highly innovative biotech and specialty pharma companies transform breakthrough ideas into reality. The company has a wealth of experience in the execution of global, regional and local clinical ... Read more

Mission: One thousand people anticipating the unexpected. Global clinical development for biotechs & small-/mid-sized pharma. It's what we do. Best.

Premier Research Reviews

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Premier Research Chief Executive Officer Ludo Reynders
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    "Great Place to work. Flexibility and room to grow."

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    Former Employee - Business Process Support Specialist in Quincy, MA
    Former Employee - Business Process Support Specialist in Quincy, MA
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    I worked at Premier Research full-time (More than 5 years)

    Pros

    Lots of flexibility as long as your work is strong. Community environment. More transparent management than other places I've worked. Room to grow is rather frequent as new projects are given (via contract) to the groups there.

    Cons

    This experience apparently can change from office to office. When i left the company was at 1000+ employees with about 12 offices. My experience was from the Quincy, MA office.

    Advice to Management

    Keep the community feeling and employees will continue to want to put their best foot forward.

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Premier Research Photos

Premier Research photo of: And what's a 90th birthday celebration for the queen, without cake. Especially one made by one of our incredibly talented employees!
Premier Research photo of: Our analgesia and BD teams out at APS 2016
Premier Research photo of: Hanging out at OCT East Coast 2016
Premier Research photo of: Two of our rare disease experts, Angi Robinson and Juliet Moritz at our World Orphan Drug Congress booth
Premier Research photo of: A little break from #BIO2016 for a little team-building with senior management!
Premier Research photo of: Global Sales Meeting 2016 in Miami
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Premier Research Interviews

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    Software Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Raleigh, NC
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    Interview

    This company engages in tactics that are deliberately deceptive. I applied for a position that described the ideal candidate as having many years of experience and a wide range of skills that I would say fell between a senior and principal software engineer. A week later I get a call from HR asking if I can take a call the next day at lunch and I obliged. As the rep goes through their script I notice that the responsibilities don't match the job description so I ask about it. They tell me that they are hiring at multiple levels and that as they interviewed candidates they would determine where each person would fit. I mentioned that the only software engineer position they had listed was the one I applied for and they gave a runaround response. They then went into the typical question about pay. I turned it around and asked what their range was and was surprised that their number was well below market value. When I asked about this they told me that they like to start everyone at the same rate and that as you prove yourself they'll up your salary. By this point I knew I wasn't interested so my final question was what their business reasoning was behind hiring a person for a position if they didn't feel like that person had made a strong enough impression to merit fair market value for the position. Once again they gave a runaround answer. I thanked them for their time, told them I didn't think the position was a good fit, and ended the call.

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Premier Research Awards & Accolades

  • #1 for Customer Satisfaction, Industry Standard Research, 2013

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