Laboratory Director, Clinical Molecular Genetics

Job Location
27 Drydock Ave
Boston, MA 02210

Health, Dental, 401K

Job Description

ORIG3N seeks a full time Board Certified Laboratory Director, Clinical Molecular Geneticist to oversee its world class genetic testing operations . The successful candidate will be the laboratory director overseeing regulatory compliance for Orig3n’s suite of direct-to-consumer genetic tests.

Primary Roles and Responsibilities:

  • CLIA and State Clinical Laboratory regulatory compliance
  • Oversight of laboratory quality management
  • Supervision of testing personnel
  • Development and validation of new assays
  • Genetic test interpretation and sign out of reports
  • Other duties as 





Education and Experience:

  • ABMG board certified in clinical molecular genetics or ABP Board Certified Molecular Genetic Pathologist
  • MD and/or PhD in a relevant field with above board certification required
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in a genetic testing laboratory setting
  • Experience with laboratory developed test validation
  • Must be proficient in the regulatory and compliance aspects of clinical laboratory operations, familiar with CLIA and CAP requirements
  • Experience working with direct-to-consumer genetic tests strongly preferred
  • NY State certificate of qualification in genetic testing a plus.

Required Skills:

  • Exposure to robotics and laboratory automation
  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills for internal and external communication
  • Ability to determine appropriate course of action in complex situations
  • Must be comfortable working with the analysis and informatics software tools used for routine genomic analysis
  • Strong scientific background in genetics to collaborate with research team to identify new product opportunities
  • Ability to work independently
  • High degree of integrity to maintain confidentiality of all medical, financial, and legal information
  • Successful working in a fast-paced commercial lab environment
  • Extremely detailed oriented
How to Apply

Please snd resumes to

About Our Organization

About ORIG3N:

Orig3n’s mission is to develop regenerative treatments that will help people everywhere, and to engage people in pursuit of this goal with education and direct, affordable access to information about their genes and their health.

ORIG3N helps people understand the links between their genes and how their minds and bodies work. From fitness to nutrition to personality, our DNA tests provide easy, affordable access to genetic information and guidance on how to use it. We help people take charge of their health with the knowledge they need to make the best choices.

Founded in 2014, ORIG3N exists at the intersection of biological science and emerging technology. Through our DNA tests and community events, we help people understand the links between their genes and how their minds and bodies work. Our research team uses cutting-edge cellular science to develop personalized therapies for repairing tissue damage and disease. Together with our community, we’re on a mission to accelerate the future of regenerative medicine. Find out more at:


We offer healthcare, dental, 401k, paid holidays, and a generous vacation package.

If you’re ready to join a company that’s making a difference in people’s health then this position is the right fit for you.

ORIG3N is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, disability, veteran status, or any other protected factor.

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