General Job Application

Organization
Twist BioScience
Job Location
San Francisco, CA
Job Description

Couldn't find a role that is a perfect fit for your background and career interests? We've created this general job application so you can submit your resume and get on the Recruiting Team's radar. 

Please submit a resume and cover letter, along with a way to get a hold of you in the future. A cover letter isn't necessary, but it's a nice way to give us a hint about what you want to do here at Twist. 

The Recruiting Team will review your information. If a current role fits with your interests, we'll reach out right away. If not, your information will be kept on file for future roles. Twist Bioscience is growing and we'll likely have new positions open very soon. 

Thanks for your interest!

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About Our Organization

At Twist Bioscience, our expertise is accelerating science and innovation by leveraging the power of scale. We have developed a proprietary semiconductor-based synthetic DNA manufacturing process featuring a 10,000-well high throughput silicon platform capable of producing synthetic biology tools, including genes, oligonucleotide pools and variant libraries. By synthesizing DNA on silicon instead of on traditional 96-well plastic plates, our platform overcomes the current inefficiencies of synthetic DNA production, and enables cost-effective, rapid, high-quality and high throughput synthetic gene production, which in turn, expedites the design, build, test cycle to enable personalized medicines, pharmaceuticals, sustainable chemical production, improved agriculture production, diagnostics, biodetection and data storage. For more information, please visit www.twistbioscience.com. Twist Bioscience is on Twitter. Sign up to follow our Twitter feed @TwistBioscience athttps://twitter.com/TwistBioscience.

Twist Bioscience is an equal opportunity employer.

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