Field Application Scientist

Biomatters, Inc.
Job Location: 
San Francisco, CA
Job Description: 

● Support dedicated sales reps to understand and present Biomatters’ product solutions to prospective customers; lead pre-­sales engagements that require technical and scientific expertise
● Identify and engage with key customer groups to understand scientific goals, use-­cases, and needs on a deep, technical level
● Attend industry tradeshows, conferences, and customer meetings
● Support Biomatters product managers by identifying promising new or improved features and functionality
● Research and present important or emerging scientific research concepts and workflows pertinent to Biomatters’ products to development team
● Train end-­users on-­site and via the web, leading technical and scientific discussions, demonstrating, coaching and supporting scientists on how to use Biomatters’ products
● Engage with customers and partners for the scoping, creation, implementation and support of technical solutions
● Develop scientific use-­cases, posters, presentations, marketing collateral, etc. based on novel customer research goals and activities


● Strong understanding of science and software applications and technologies associated with molecular biology, genomics, and bioinformatics
● Tertiary qualified in bioinformatics, molecular biology, computational biology, synthetic biology, systems biology or related field, preferably with a minimum of 3 years of applications or laboratory experience, including thesis work, post-­doctoral and/or professional experience

Contact Information:

phone: +64 9 379 5064
fax: +64 9 379 5063

About Our Organization: 

Biomatters ( is a young company with a fresh outlook on microbiology, genetics, and genomics informatics software. We find ways to make the tedious bits fade away, the interesting bits easier to visualize, and the organization of experimental data intuitive and discoverable. Our Geneious software platform ( excels in microbiology and sequence and small genome analysis, and counts among its users excited researchers from academic and government research labs from across the globe.