Joining the Team
As a small company, we embody a high-performance and entrepreneurial work culture. Each team member is accountable for a significant amount of strategy and execution within their area of responsibility. We support each other and use the diverse experiences and talents we possess to achieve some extraordinary results. We have developed a corporate culture that challenges many long-held beliefs about how “business as usual” is done, and it has liberated the team to be highly adaptable to changing business needs and use its creativity to solve many complex challenges. Most importantly, we never allow ourselves to forget that we are working towards a common goal of helping patients live better lives.
It is not Big Pharma. It is not Small Pharma. We call it Entrepreneurial Pharma.
We believe that working with us at Novus Therapeutics may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many people. Every team member has opportunities to grow and develop through their shared experiences, overcoming of new challenges, and combining their talents with others to experience true innovation.
Equal Employment and Diversity
Novus Therapeutics recognizes the extreme value of a committed team who feels ownership in what they do, respected for who they are and the talents they bring and treated equitably and professionally. Simply put, we strive to attract, develop, and keep the best people in the industry.
We are committed to equal opportunity and fair pay employment principles. We base our employment practices and decisions on relevant performance, experience, qualifications, and organizational need.
The decisions and criteria governing employment are made in a non-discriminatory manner—without regard to age, race, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth or medical condition related to pregnancy or childbirth), gender identity or expression, religion, physical or mental disability, medical condition, legally protected genetic information, marital status, veteran status, military status, sexual orientation, or any other factor determined to be an unlawful basis for such decisions by federal, state, or local statutes.