To quote a client: “Retaining this firm is not for the faint of heart or weak of expectations. This is a team which will pull no punches, recognize no limitations, raise the bar higher than anyone internally has dared, compete harder, and accomplish more.”
We work to accelerate cell and gene therapies through unmatched expertise. We are not looking for someone who just checks a box. We don’t care where you’re located: our clientele is truly global and so are we. We want to talk to you whether you’re at the beginning of your career path or have been working in the industry for decades. You must be a rock star: knowing your subset of the field backwards and forwards. You must want to work somewhere where your worth is recognized and, in return, hold deep respect for the worth of your colleagues. If you and Dark Horse are right for one other but the job you’re interested in is not currently listed, please apply through “General Consideration” in the filter below. We remain open to finding the right person at the right time at all levels and all locations.
Regardless* of the position you’re applying for, your location requirements are the same: anywhere on planet Earth, assuming you have a decent internet connection and access to an airport for post-pandemic times.
It’s never the wrong time to find the right person to join our team.
Dark Horse is “Remote by Design” (RbD), meaning that our team members are distributed across the globe, on purpose. Being location-agnostic allows us to seek out top talent, but it also means that we have a range of cultural fluency. Critically, we’re also versed in variations across global regulatory bodies.
These values correspond to our full name: Dark Horse Consulting Group. If you’re a Dark Horse (past, present, or future), these likely encapsulate who you are as well as the culture in which you like to work.
…have a sense of urgency.
…are passionate about exceeding expectations.
…are active listeners (we listen to hear, not just to respond)
…give credit where credit is due and thank others for their contributions.
…do the right thing.
…hold ourselves accountable.
…tell the truth.
…acknowledge what we don’t know.