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Next Generation Sequences - NGS - Technical Sales & Applications Scientist - Multiple Remote Locations in the United States

Organization
Integrated DNA Technology - IDT
Job Location
123 remote
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States
Benefits

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Job Description

 Join an amazing team at IDT!

Next Generation Sequences - NGS - Technical Sales & Applications Scientist

Current Openings & Locations.

IDT has received inquiries from researchers from around the world who are interested in rapidly obtaining assays and developing vaccines targeting the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV/SARS-CoV-2) identified in Wuhan, China.

Supporting these efforts, the CDC and the Chinese government have sequenced and submitted the coronavirus genome to the US NCBI GenBank® database.

With our worldwide manufacturing capabilities, IDT is uniquely able to provide robust qPCR assays and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) solutions while avoiding contamination issues from synthesis of controls and related gene fragments.

We have a number of roles open, just reach out to learn more.

Requirements

IDT in the News:

IDT achieves large-scale manufacturing success of key COVID-19 test component

Sherlock Biosciences and IDT Announce Strategic Partnership for Manufacturing CRISPR SARS-CoV-2 Diagnostic and Research Products

 

Our Tools

  • OLIGO DESIGN & HANDLING
  • CRISPR GENOME EDITING
  • qPCR ASSAY DESIGN
  • GENE REGULATION AND RNAi
  • GENOTYPING
  • GENES & GENE FRAGMENTS
How to Apply

Do you have a great understanding of NGS (Next-Generations sequencing)? Are you with a competitor?  I want to speak with you about outstanding opportunities with IDT.

All exploratory conversations will be confidential

  • To learn more about these roles please send me an email to [email protected] 
  • All inquiries will be confidential, please put in subject line of the email: IDT NGS
  • I also welcome connecting with you on LinkedIn Janice Ceresa
  • Relocation is available.
About Our Organization

About us

Integrated DNA Technologies, Inc. (IDT) is in the business of moving science forward. We are scientists working for scientists. Our innovative tools and solutions for genomics applications are breaking down barriers and inspiring you to dream big and achieve your next breakthroughs.

A champion of life sciences research for more than 30 years, IDT develops and manufactures nucleic acid products that support the life sciences industry in the areas of academic and commercial research, agriculture, medical diagnostics, and pharmaceutical development. We take pride in having the highest standards of quality, technical expertise, and personalized customer service.

IDT leads the industry in the manufacture of custom oligonucleotides for molecular biology applications. We've developed proprietary technologies for genomics applications, such as Next Generation Sequencing, CRISPR genome editing, qPCR, and RNA interference. Through our GMP services, we manufacture products used in diagnostic tests for many forms of cancer and most inherited and infectious diseases. We are continually improving IDT synthesis platforms, processing technology, and automation, as well as our rapid prototyping and custom reagent production.

We are run by scientists dedicated to helping other scientists answer research questions through collaborative interaction. We serve more than 130,000 life sciences researchers in more than 100 countries and produce more than 90,000 nucleic acids daily.

The versatility of our portfolio gives us a unique, product-centered sustainability focus. Our products are critical tools that help address global sustainability issues, such as biodiversity, global food security, bioremediation, and biofuels. The IDT Sustainability Award recognizes and rewards customers for research having great potential to make a global impact.

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