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16 days ago

Senior, Clinical Research Associate

Dynavax Technologies Berkeley, CA

for managing more than one project. Determine methods and procedures for performing new assignments. Provide mentorship to CTAs and CRAs.Conduct… Ivy Exec

16 days ago

Scientist/Senior Scientist, Analytical

Dynavax Technologies Berkeley, CA

Support and conduct development, optimization, validation and life cycle management activities for analytical methods.The Senior Scientist level will… Ivy Exec

16 days ago

Specialist/Senior Specialist/Manager

Dynavax Technologies Berkeley, CA

include, but are not limited to the following: Participate in development of Clinical and Clinical QA (CQA) Standard Operating Procedures and… Ivy Exec

16 days ago

Director/Senior Director Corporate Communication

Dynavax Technologies Berkeley, CA

Develop and manage the Company s investor relations and internal and external corporate communications plans.Generate and manage interactions with… Ivy Exec

21 days ago

Director/Sr. Director Corporate Communication

Dynavax Technologies Berkeley, CA

This position will oversee the implementation of the Companys corporation communication strategy in conjunction with senior management and an… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Manager/Senior Manager Clinical Supplies

Dynavax Technologies Berkeley, CA

-Manage execution of packaging and labeling to ensure activities are performed according to cGMP. -Identify, evaluate, and select suitable… Glassdoor

Dynavax Technologies Reviews

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    Former Employee - Research Associate III  in  Berkeley, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Research Associate III in Berkeley, CA (US)

    I worked at Dynavax Technologies full-time for more than a year


    Some really great people in my department and others.


    Upper management didn't communicate well. Lay offs were common. Lot's of unhappy, stressed out people. There was no company-wide policy for encouraging or rewarding workers. Sometimes we got food, I mean, that was how they "patted us on the back"...

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Tell the employees why they were there: To help people? Or just to make money...?

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    Disapproves of CEO