Field Application Scientist based in Europe

Job Location
Any country or city in Europe
Job Description

We’re looking for a Field Application Scientist to join our rapidly growing company. The position is within the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) field team as the primary technical field contact for Biomatters’ customers in Europe.

The primary goals of this position are to engage with users across the EMEA region to help them with Biomatters’ products in supporting their research and to provide feedback that ensure continuous improvement of our products, services and support of our customers.

Key responsibilities

  • Present Biomatters’ product solutions to prospective customers and lead pre-sales engagements that require technical and scientific expertise.
  • Identify and connect with key customer groups to understand scientific goals, use-cases, and needs on a deep, technical level.
  • Attend industry tradeshows, conferences, and customer meetings.
  • Support Biomatters’ product managers by identifying promising new or improved features and functionality.
  • Research and present important or emerging scientific research concepts and workflows pertinent to Biomatters’ products to development team.
  • Train end-users on-site and via the web, leading technical and scientific discussions, demonstrating, coaching and supporting scientists on using Biomatters’ products.
  • Engage with customers and partners for the scoping, creation, implementation and support of technical solutions.
  • Develop scientific use-cases, posters, presentations, marketing collateral, etc.
  • Other duties as and when required.
  • Understanding of science and software applications and technologies associated with molecular biology, genomics, and bioinformatics.
  • Degree qualified in bioinformatics, molecular biology, computational biology, or a related field, preferably with 3 years of experience, including thesis work, post-doctoral and/or professional.
  • Ability to work independently without supervision; highly motivated self-starter.
  • Strong written and spoken communication skills and proficiency in English.
  • Comfortable presenting to a range of people on scientific/technical solutions.
  • Must be willing to travel and live in Europe.
How to Apply

To apply, please send covering letter and CV to

About Our Organization

Biomatters, the creator of Geneious, was founded in 2003 with a mission to create bioinformatics technology solutions for the analysis, interpretation, and application of molecular sequence data. Headquartered in New Zealand with offices in the United States, and users in more than 100 countries, our solutions enhance productivity at more than 2,000 different companies, academic, and government institutions around the world.

Please find more information about Biomatters and the products at and

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