Ambry Genetics
Job Location
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
Job Description

The responsibilities mainly include supporting R&D to develop new assays, testing Next-gen Sequencing (NGS) bioinformatics pipeline, and automating it for clinical tests.
The candidate must be currently living in USA


* MS in Bioinformatics, Biology, Computer Science, or related discipline is required, PhD is a plus.
* Familiar with molecular biology, biological pathways, and genomics
* Experience in Illumina sequencing data and bioinformatics pipelines
* Proficiency in the use of bioinformatics software, packages, and database
* Proficiency with Perl, Python, R, bash, C/C++, java, and/or SQL in Linux/Unix environment
* Strong skills in the application of statistical analytical methods in genetic data analysis
* Excellent oral and written communication skills
* Ability to work within a team, among cross-departments, and as an Independent contributor, requiring minimal supervision

How to Apply

Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, working permission status, available date, and salary range desired with curriculum vitae to: [email protected]

About Our Organization

Ambry Genetics is committed to providing friendly knowledgeable client services and high quality research and development in a cutting-edge environment. Since our founding in 1999, our test menu has grown to become one of the most comprehensive in the world and our reputation remains impeccable in the genetics industry.

As a company built by scientists, genetic counselors and physicians, we are your partner in genetics and genomics. We are a trusted resource for clinicians, as we are CAP-accredited, CLIA-licensed and also have our own in-house medical technologist training program.

Ambry Genetics' scope of clients encompasses national and global research projects with some of the world's most respected academic institutions and small to large pharmaceutical companies. Our experience, professional partnerships and certifications make us a trusted provider to the research community.

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