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
The Senior Recruiter has primary responsibility for full cycle talent acquisition for Anika Inc. In collaboration with the VP Human Resources will identify needs, design and implement programs to meet the human capital requirements of the Company. The Senior Recruiter will be responsible to develop and implement programs and processes that attract and retain top level talent. The Senior Recruiter also works cross functionally as assigned on projects key to the growth and success of the Company. Most importantly, this key position will focus on sourcing, attracting, assessing and the hiring of top talent for all roles within Anika from entry level to senior management.
The HYAFF Technician has primary responsible for the activities and procedures required for the manufacturing of fiber and film based textile products. The position follows established procedures in the execution of daily activities.
Senior Regulatory Affairs Specialist
Coordinates collection of information and documentation and compiles into submissions, license renewals, periodic updates and registrations to regulatory agencies worldwide. Organizes regulatory information and logs, tracks and controls submissions. Reviews and advises on labeling, protocols, development and manufacturing documents for compliance with regulatory requirements. Reviews and advises on product changes for impact on regulatory filings worldwide. Researches regulatory issues and provides guidance and advice to colleagues. Reviews complaints for incident reporting.
Associate Director, HR Business Partner
The HR Business Partner is responsible for identifying, designing and implementing programs to meet the needs of the human capital of the Company. The position is responsible for providing strategic and day-to-day functional HR guidance and support of Anika’s human resources programs, policies and procedures. The HR Business Partner works with individuals at all levels of the organization to analyze business and human resources needs and develops and implements effective solutions and value added services that reflect the business objectives of the organization, the people and the culture. Included will be appropriate talent acquisition, employee relations, benefits, compensation, performance management, change management, training, and HRIS activities. The HR Business Partner will help create and deliver high impact workforce strategies and drive solutions that strengthen organizational effectiveness and efficiencies. The HR Business Partner will manage projects which assist with the attraction, development and retention of employees. The HR Business Partner also works cross functionally as assigned on projects key to the growth of the Company.
Sr. Product Complaint Specialist
The Complaint Specialist is a hands-on position that will be responsible for maintaining the Company’s Complaint program. The individual is responsible for full cycle complaint handling from initial response to investigation, assessment, resolution, and complaint closure. The position will make recommendations and file governmental reporting as directed. This position will also support the preparation, and filing of documentation as required for domestic and international regulatory submissions.
The 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 Manufacturing Technician has primary responsible for the activities and procedures which are required to formulate and fill products. The position follows established procedures in the execution of daily activities.
Investor Relations and Corporate Communications Manager
Reporting to the CFO, the IR and CC Manager is responsible for the investor relations and corporate communications program of the company. With input and guidance from the CEO and CFO, the IR and CC Manager will assist with the development of strategy and operating plans, as well as the execution of the plans.
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).
Sr. Financial Reporting and Compliance Manager
Under the direction of the Corporate Controller, the Financial Reporting and Compliance Manager is responsible for SEC reporting, technical accounting areas, administrative oversight of employee stock compensation awards, as well as managing the compliance work related to internal controls as required by Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.