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
Serving as a key member of the commercial leadership team, the Director, Marketing is responsible for developing and implementing the global marketing strategy for all Anika Inc. products. This role includes developing strategic and tactical marketing plans with emphasis on new product launches, portfolio/brand life cycle management, assessment of existing and potential markets, implementation of pricing and reimbursement strategies, marketing communications, product education, and multi-channel marketing.
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.
Manager Talent Acquisition
The Manager Talent Acquisition has primary responsibility for managing full cycle talent acquisition for Anika Inc. In collaboration with the VP Human Resources, this person will have responsibility for identifying needs, designing and implementing all programs to meet the human capital requirements of the Company. The Manager Talent Acquisition will be responsible for developing and implementing programs and processes that attract and retain top level, quality talent. This person will also be responsible for the development and management of metrics and processes to define and determine the success of hires within the organization and ensure top talent is identified, hired and on boarded appropriately. This role will 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 Compliance Manager is a skilled, knowledgeable, highly-motivated, and enthusiastic team player who collaboratively leads, develops and manages the financial compliance policies and procedures related to internal controls as required by Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the 401k plan, the stock option incentive plans (SOIP). In addition, this person will assist the Assistant Controller with the drafting and filing the 10Q, 10K and other SEC filings.
The Warehouse Supervisor is responsible for the ownership of all warehouse activities. The Warehouse Supervisor will oversee activities involving the receiving of raw materials, control of inventory, and shipment finished goods. The Supervisor ensures daily warehouse operations are occurring to established cGMP procedures.
We are seeking a Staff Accountant to join our Bedford, MA location. The Staff Accountant will be responsible for accounting processes associated with month end close, including journal entries, account reconciliations, general ledger maintenance, and preparation of analysis and financial reports. This position will support and enhance internal controls over financial reporting, including SOX compliance and documentation. Work closely and collaborate with the 12 members of the finance team as well as commercial and production teams.
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).
Senior Clinical Project Manager (2 Openings)
The Senior Clinical Project Manager is responsible for the design, execution, and results of significant clinical studies. This includes building the project plan, developing the protocol, initiating and executing the clinical study, and working with Regulatory to use study results for product approvals. Studies must be conducted meeting enrollment timelines and budgets. The position ensures all studies are conducted in compliance with GCP and all applicable standards and regulations.