We are a 150+ person team funded by top-tier firms, based in Santa Monica, CA with satellite offices in San Francisco. We are a low-key but tight-knit group of hard-working people working to fix America's broken healthcare system. Americans spend over $400 billion per year on prescriptions and too many people simply can't afford the medications they desperately need. Join GoodRx and help us solve meaningful problems that help us make people’s lives better every day.
About the role
GoodRx is looking for a Database Coordinator to work on our Research team. The Database Coordinator will work closely with the GoodRx drug data, research, and editorial teams to make GoodRx the nation’s leading source on drug pricing information and intelligence. This individual will be responsible for maintaining the GoodRx drug database, tracking drug updates from the FDA, monitoring and updating savings opportunities from manufacturers and auditing the entire database.
- Manage and maintain the day-to-day operations of the GoodRx drug database while enhancing the accuracy and integrity of the data
- Work closely with with Data Editor and Data Manager to tackle internal and external drug data requests
- Assist in a complete Audit of the GoodRx drug database
- Utilize spreadsheets to perform basic analyses and track drug information changes
Skills & Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree; in public health, science or economics is a plus
- Proficiency working with data in spreadsheets and or visualization software (Tableau, Looker, D3, etc)
- Meticulous attention to detail
- Eagerness to learn more about drugs and their approval process
- Experience with the FDA or pharmaceuticals a plus
GoodRx is America’s leading prescription price transparency platform. More than 8 million people use GoodRx’s website and popular mobile apps each month. GoodRx helps consumers save up to 80% on their medications by delivering prices and available discounts at nearly every pharmacy in the U.S. Thousands of physicians and employees use GoodRx, and its services have been positively reviewed by Good Morning America, the American Heart Association, The New York Times, ABC News, AARP, Forbes and many others.