The Boston Globe has repeatedly recognized Anika as one of Massachusetts best businesses. In fact, we’ve made the Boston Globe’s top “100 Ranking” list for best businesses in 8 of the last 9 years, which has cemented Anika Therapeutics’ status among the movers and shakers in the industry.
Would you like to work at Anika? Our current open positions are listed below. In addition, we are always accepting resumes from candidates of all types with expertise in a variety of areas. Submit your resume to our active database today.
What Moves Us?
- We’re engaged in the business – not just the job.
- Seeing the impact of our work – helping people makes us happy.
- Achieving results and sharing success – teamwork.
What Moves You?
If you are ready to get moving and start doing work that will improve the lives of others, then we are ready to meet you.
Explore Open Positions
Aseptic Manufacturing Supervisor
The Aseptic Manufacturing Supervisor is responsible for commercial manufacturing operations for drug and device products. The position ensures the effective scheduling and utilization of facilities, equipment and personnel in producing quality products meeting customer delivery requests and internal performance targets.
The Marketing Assistant is responsible for providing project and administrative support for the Marketing and Sales Team. The position coordinates and completes time-sensitive and confidential work of both a routine nature and project basis.
This position is responsible for leading the Bedford Site’s Validation program for new and existing cGXP systems including process equipment, utilities, and information systems according to current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP), ISO requirements, and ICH guidelines. Reporting to the Director of Engineering, this position works internally across the Anika organization to define, administer, and continuously improve the site’s validation system. The incumbent will manage master service agreements with multiple external validation service partners and also manage contract staff and project resources.
Executive Director of Quality
This position is responsible for leading the Quality Operations organization inclusive of Quality Assurance, Quality Control Chemistry, Microbiology, and Raw Material, and Quality Systems according to Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines, current Good manufacturing Practices (cGMP), and current ISO requirements. Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer, this position works internally across the Anika organization to provide the vision, results-oriented leadership and creativity required to build a world-class organization and establish a robust and efficient Quality System. As the company’s head of quality, the incumbent will engage in proactive relationships with FDA and other U.S. and International regulatory authorities and when required, present and defend strategies and approaches to facilitate the advancement of the Company’s objectives.
The Systems Administrator will be responsible for the design, implementation, troubleshooting and maintenance of all Information Technology systems. Manage the IT system infrastructure and any processes related to these systems. Provide support to IT systems including day-to-day operations, monitoring and problem resolution for all of the client/server/storage/network/VoIP and mobile devices, etc. This includes installing, diagnosing, repairing, maintaining, and upgrading all hardware and software to ensure maximum availability and optimal computing and equipment performance. This position will also be responsible for proposing and implementing system and process enhancements that will improve the performance and reliability of the system.
The Systems Administrator will be located in our Bedford, MA facility and may occasionally require travel.
The Master Scheduler is responsible for all activities relating to production planning, finished goods inventory control and raw material replenishment and control. The position applies Anika policies and practices to the manufacture, packaging and distribution of commercialized products to meet customer requirements. All activities must be in compliance with FDA, GMP, ISO and Corporate Quality System regulations.
Senior Clinical Research Associate
The role of the Senior Clinical Research Associate (Sr. CRA) is to assist in the conduct of clinical trials and ensure the study is conducted in accordance with Good Clinical Practice and within ICH/FDA regulations
The Senior Microbiologist is responsible for all microbiological testing of production materials; raw, in-process and finished goods; environmental monitoring under static and dynamic conditions and personnel monitoring under GMP conditions. Responsible for process and equipment validation (autoclave and depyrognenation oven) in cooperation with Engineering and R&D (New Product Sterility and LAL validation).