LIMS Programmer Analyst

Invivoscribe Technologies Inc.
Job Location
San Diego, CA 92121
Salary is commensurate with experience.
  • Competitive salary that is commensurate with experience.
  • IVS provides health, dental, and vision coverage, Life/AD&D, short-term and long-term disability, paid vacation, sick time and holidays and a 401(k) retirement plan with generous employer match, among other benefits.
Job Description
  • Works closely with LIMS project stakeholders and vendorson requirements specifications and implementation of customizations in support of Phase 1 and subsequent phase launches at each of the Company’s global clinical laboratories, as appropriate. 
  • Prepares custom reports and dashboards for various user levels such as executive management, lab management, and lab scientists using Crystal Reports.
  • Writes protocols and executes validations of LIMS system updates and upgrades, including writing test scripts.
  • Develops and maintains user training program for LIMS system.
  • Cooperates and respectfully communicates with external and internal customers.
  • Other duties, as assigned.

Skills / Knowledge / Abilities

  • Comfortable with using commercial reporting tools such as Crystal Reports to develop custom reports for various types of users.
  • Prior experience with an issue tracking system (Redmine, Bugzilla, etc.)
  • Knowledge of software development cycle and/or software design control requirements is a plus.
  • Database Administration and IT Support experience is a plus.
  • Knowledge and familiarity with Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) platforms would be beneficial.
  • The successful candidate must be a self-starter who is able to work effectively with minimal direct supervision.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to work effectively in a cross-functional team environment.
  • Excellent troubleshooting and problem solving abilities.
  • Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Ability to train employees on use of the LIMS system.
  • Ability to understand and follow Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as well as written and verbal instructions.

Education and Experience

  • Bachelors’ or greater degree in Computer Science or other STEM-related discipline.
  • At least two (2)years’ experience with use, configuration, and customization of a LIMS System is required. Experience with STARLIMS is preferred; or knowledge and experience with an equivalent system in a clinical laboratory environment.
  • Additionally, a minimum of three (3)years’ experience in software development environments using object-oriented programming languages and current technologies such as HTML5 and .NET framework.
  • Familiarity and experience with writing and executing software validations in a regulated environment, with a particular emphasis on design control and computer systems validation, is desired. The well-qualified candidate will be familiar with the functions of a clinical laboratory and have experience in laboratory workflow automation and software validation.
How to Apply

- Submit your resume and cover letter to
- Be sure to reference Job Code: JPLIMS in the subject line of either your email or cover letter to be considered for this position.
-  No phone calls or walk-ins inquiring about this position.

About Our Organization

Invivoscribe Technologies, Inc., is a privately-held corporation dedicated to improving the quality of healthcare worldwide by providing high quality, reliable, cutting-edge tools for molecular research, molecular diagnostics, and personalized molecular medicine.

Invivoscribe provides a comprehensive selection of PCR-based gene rearrangement, chromosome translocation, and gene mutation Research Use Only testing reagents and controls. We also provide CE-marked in vitro diagnostic products to customers outside North America, and our subsidiary. Customers include many of the world's leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, medical centers, cancer research centers, reference laboratories and molecular testing centers.

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