Assistant Director, Cardiogenetics Programs

Job Location
Gaithersburg, MD

As a GeneDx employee you will become part of a company that has received national recognition and is a great place to work. We offer excellent full-time benefits to include participation in the company's group health insurance, life, disability, 401K retirement plans, opportunity for telework and generous other professional benefits. 

Job Description

Must be ACMG board certified or board eligible.

GeneDx is rapidly growing CLIA-Certified diagnostic genetics laboratory. We provide cutting edge technologies for genetic molecular diagnostics and offer vital, new-platform products in the critical area of molecular diagnostics. We specialize in genetic testing for rare hereditary disorders, but also test for common disorders. Our core mission is to make clinical testing available to people with genetic conditions and their families.

Because of our tremendous growth, we are in search for an Assistant Director for our Cardiogenetics Programs.


The Assistant Director will work closely with genetic counselors, PhD’s and clinical directors on managing and expanding this program.  You will evaluate and interpret complex test results, write and review result reports, develop and review information materials, participate in quality management, and development of new tests. 

Core Responsibilities:

  • Provide skilled management and interpretation of complex cases

  • Review and sign result reports

  • Participate in and coordinate development of new tests for the cardiogenetics  program

  • Evaluate test performance, contribute to improve workflow, test quality and turnaround time

  • Serve as consultant to GeneDx clients

  • Represent GeneDx at conferences and contribute to publications



  • Show appropriate judgment as it pertains to diagnostic and predictive testing, excellent time management, and communication skills

  • ACMG board certified or board eligible

How to Apply

 To apply please send resume and cover letter to:  [email protected]

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 To apply please send resume and cover letter to:  [email protected]

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