Metabolic Genetic Counselor

Job Location
Remote opportunity,
Job Description

Invitae is reinventing genetic testing by making genetic testing more affordable and accessible than ever before. We are seeking a board certified genetic counselor with experience in metabolic genetics to join our clinical team of PhD scientists, genetic counselors and clinical molecular geneticists.  Invitae’s clinical genomics team is passionate about the company’s mission, encouraging creative thinkers to come up with new ways to streamline curation of genetic data, variant interpretation and report writing.


  • ABGC certification
  • Eligible for California Genetic Counselor license
  • 3+ years experience in metabolic genetics
  • Creative problem solvers that thrive in flexible, team-oriented environments
  • Writing reports for our expanding menu of genetic tests
  • Reviewing test orders for clinical appropriateness
  • Evaluating cases for VUS resolution
  • Providing clinical support to our client services team
  • Scientific curation for new clinical test offerings
About Our Organization

Invitae envisions a world in which genomic sequencing routinely informs lifelong health care decisions. We provide comprehensive, rapid, and affordable genome sequencing and clinically relevant interpretations of genomic data. We are committed to enabling the utilization of genomic data in order to improve health, catalyze scientific and medical research, and contribute to improved outcomes for everyone. Invitae is an open, title-free company that operates as a meritocracy. We focus intently on our ability to deliver reliable solutions that contribute to improving people's lives. We ruthlessly eliminate overhead and policies that interfere with productivity. We have excellent benefits.  

At Invitae, we value diversity and provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

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