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Director of Genome Editing

Organization
Mammoth Biosciences
Job Location
East Grand Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080
United States
Job Description

Mammoth is seeking a Director of Genome Editing to lead a team that will continue to develop newly-discovered CRISPR systems in mammalian cells. Direct experience with CRISPR and its applications is essential. The ideal candidate must also be comfortable managing others, including setting goals for the team, designing experiments and monitoring progress.

  • Interface with external partners and other teams

  • Set goals and priorities for the team

  • Design overall experimental strategy in collaboration with the team

  • Continue to build team and support team members in their career growth

  • Work with CSO to set company objectives

How to Apply

Visit our website at: www.mammoth.bio

About Our Organization

Mammoth Biosciences is harnessing the diversity of nature to power the next-generation of CRISPR products. Through the discovery and development of novel CRISPR systems, the company is enabling the full potential of its platform to read and write the code of life. Mammoth aims to democratize disease detection with an easy and affordable point-of-care test that allows real-time and simultaneous detection of multiple conditions.  By leveraging its internal research and development and exclusive licensing to Cas12, Cas13 and Cas14, Mammoth can provide enhanced diagnostics and genome editing for life science research, healthcare, agriculture, biodefense and more. Based in San Francisco, Mammoth Biosciences is co-founded by CRISPR pioneer Jennifer Doudna and principal founders Trevor Martin, Janice Chen, and Lucas Harrington. The firm is backed by top institutional investors including Mayfield, NFX, and 8VC, Decheng and leading individual investors including Brook Byers, Tim Cook, and Jeff Huber. Our brand new facility is located in South San Francisco, California.


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