Mass Spectrometry Scientist

Organization
Newomics Inc.
Job Location
Emeryville, CA 94608
Job Description
  • Newomics has an immediate opening for a full-time Mass Spectrometry Scientist position in R&D. Outstanding candidates will be considered at the Senior Scientist level. Newomics will provide a comprehensive compensation package including salary, equity, and benefits.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Support product development and launch

    • Characterize microfluidic devices for nanoLC-MS applications

    • Develop nanoLC-MS assays for biological samples

    • Discover biomarkers using biofluids

    • Perform data analysis with statistical and bioinformatics tools

    • Participate in the general lab and instrument maintenance

    • Document all experimental records and file reports 

    • Publish papers in peer-reviewed journals

    • Participate in grant proposal preparation

Requirements
  • A PhD degree in analytical chemistry or related field

  • Hands-on experience in operating mass spectrometers

  • Demonstrated expertise in proteomics and/or metabolomics

  • In-depth understanding of both hardware and software of nanoLC-MS

  • Hands-on experience in developing nanoLC-MS assays for biological applications

  • Hands-on experience in biological sample preparation for nanoLC-MS

  • Proficiency in LC-MS related software and data analysis

  • Highly motivated, team player, quick learner, and problem solver

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced startup environment

  • Work experience in testing microfluidic devices is a strong plus

  • Eligibility to work in the United States

How to Apply

Please send a cover letter, resume with the publication list, and contact information for three references, to jobs@newomics.com

About Our Organization

Newomics Inc., a biotech startup company in the San Francisco Bay Area, develops and commercializes enabling platforms and solutions for precision medicine. Newomics currently has a unique infrastructure and resources to make major contributions to personalized healthcare. For more information, visit www.newomics.com.

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