We recognize that dedicated, professional employees are the drivers of our excellence and the key to the Baim Institute’s reputation as a leading Academic Research Organization (ARO). We’re committed to the professional development of our faculty and staff and strive to offer a personally and professionally satisfying work environment.
The Baim Institute promotes collaboration, hard work and, most important, respect. The Institute believes that, in order to be successful, employees must be able to balance their personal and professional lives. They must feel empowered to make decisions, seek opportunities to advance their careers and play an active role in the community.
The Institute creates, maintains and supports a diverse and flexible working environment that encourages everyone to meet and exceed personal and professional goals. It promotes employee participation from diverse groups at all organizational levels.
The Baim Institute’s core values are Respect, Quality and Integrity. Without full support of all three we cannot fulfill our vision to be a leading ARO.
Our business model requires us to establish and maintain strong, lasting and productive collaborations among our staff and faculty as well as with our partners and sponsors. Respect stands as a cornerstone of our ability to build and maintain those collaborations and drive success.
As an ARO, our staff and faculty have grown accustomed to promoting the highest quality standards in all phases of our work. Quality in our research – whether at the clinical level or in data management and analysis – cannot be compromised.
The work we do at the Baim Institute is expected to reflect the highest ethical standards. This is why many of us are motivated to work here. As custodians of the Baim Institute reputation, we apply a strong ethical perspective to everything that we do, and to all the decisions that we make.
Baim Institute employees enjoy competitive salaries and a full range of benefits, including but not limited to:
The Baim Institute is committed to delivering equal opportunity, fair employment practices and a workplace free from unlawful discrimination. It does not discriminate against or permit harassment of employees or applicants on the basis of race, sex, gender identity, pregnancy, religion, national origin, age, alienage and citizenship, status as a perceived or actual victim of domestic violence, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, military status, or any other legally protected status.
The Baim Institute for Clinical Research seeks the most accomplished research professionals, statisticians, data managers and thought leaders who enjoy challenging assignments and engaging with interesting clients.
We also welcome all motivated and enthusiastic self starters to apply for our non-clinical job openings. Success is found at every level at the Baim Institute!
Does this sound like you?
If so, we welcome you to consider joining our team. Send us your resumé and, if you are a good fit for a position, you will be contacted to move forward with your application.
A member of the Human Resources team personally reviews each resumé received. Your credentials are evaluated for the position to which you have applied, as well as any other job openings for which you might be qualified.
If, at this time, it is determined that there is not an open position matching your experience and career goals, HR will file your resumé for one year. You will be contacted if an opportunity arises for which you are better suited.
The Baim Institute does partner with professional recruiters for specific searches. However, to protect the interests of all parties involved, we have an established procedure for the submission of agency resumés. All candidates must be presented through the Human Resources department. Direct contact with Baim Institute employees in an attempt to present candidates is inappropriate and disrupts the efficiency of the process. We do not accept unsolicited resumés from any source other than directly from candidates for current or future positions. Submission of unsolicited resumés in advance of a signed agreement between the Baim Institute and the agency does not create any implied obligation on the part of the Baim Institute.