Case Analyst

Sorenson Identigene
Job Location
2511 S. West Temple
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

We offer an excellent benefits package which includes Health and Dental insurance, paid vacation and sick time, 401(k) and more!

Job Description

Sorenson Genomics, a world-class genomics laboratory and global industry leader in DNA relationship testing, seeks to fill a position for DNA CASE ANALYST I. Successful candidate will analyze test data from a range of platforms and test types (including STR, SNP, CNV, and sequencing) and work with the Laboratory Director on interpreting genetic profiles. Experience using GeneMapper and TaqMan genotyping software is a plus. Other analysis duties as directed.



  • BS in Molecular Biology, Genetics, Biology, Biochemistry or related field
  • One year experience in laboratory
  • Knowledge of molecular biology testing, analysis and reporting
  • Ability to read, analyze and interpret complex documents, standards, and procedures
  • Ability to understand and follow complex verbal and written instructions
  • Ability to deal with large volumes of data
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus



  • Highly skilled in the use of computers and Microsoft Office software
  • Strong working knowledge of human genetics statistics and analysis methodologies
  • Two years experience in a Human DNA testing laboratory as a laboratory technician
  • Two years experience performing analysis of Human DNA test results
  • Certification as Medical Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technician, or Bioanalyst


* Applicants with credentials and experience that exceed the above will be considered for the level of Case Analyst II.

How to Apply

Qualified candidates may submit resume to [email protected].  In order for your resume to be considered, please include CASE ANALYST in the subject line of your E-mail.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, marital status, domestic partner status, or medical condition.

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