Lab Manager (Genome Technology)

Genome Institute of Singapore
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Job Description: 

We are seeking a Lab Manager to oversee a high quality genome core facility sequencing group with responsibility of supporting basic research and various clinical projects. The candidate will manage a group of enthusiastic personnel and will ensure efficient and cost-effective high throughput sequence production for either internal or external projects. He or She will provide technical consultations, advice to research teams/IT supporting groups in terms of sequencing study design, library construction, post-data troubleshooting and improvement. Other responsibilities include training and supervising team members on genome library construction, QC assessments and sequencing operation. The candidate will join a highly interactive institute with a wide range of research activities and novel methodologies in the area of translational sciences as well as basic research. He/she will be the point of contact regarding sequencing projects for researchers of the institute and external collaborators.


• Ph.D. in biological science background, or any relevant discipline with genome biology as a plus.
• 2 years working experience in next generation sequencing technology/platform is required
• Strong knowledge in molecular biology and hands-on techniques will be advantageous
• Knowledge of supervisory process and managerial experience.
• Strong interpersonal and collaborative communicative abilities

Contact Information: 

Applicants should submit a CV, and the names of three references by email (with the subject as Laboratory Manager, Genome Technology) to:

Genome Institute of Singapore
60 Biopolis Street
#02-01 Genome
Singapore 138672

* We regret that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

About Our Organization: 

The Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) is an institute of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR). It has a global vision that seeks to use genomic sciences to improve public health and public prosperity. Established in 2001 as a centre for genomic discovery, the GIS will pursue the integration of technology, genetics and biology towards the goal of individualized medicine.