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Postdoctoral Fellow

Organization
Fusion Genomics Corporation
Job Location
Discovery 1, Room 1450
8999 Nelson Way
Burnaby, BC V5A 4W9
Canada
Salary
Competitive according to experience and credentials
Benefits

TBD

Job Description

FUSION GENOMICS is looking to hire a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow to join our team in an exciting and highly dynamic start-up environment.  

 

You are passionate, self driven, and a team player.

 

The position will involve working directly with the upper management to write technical documents, grants, and white papers. The job will involve in depth literature review, review of next generation sequencing data, and writing of technical and white papers to be used internally, distributed to collaborators, scientific conferences, and marketing.

 

 

Requirements

The successful candidate has demonstrable experience in:

  • creating technical documents
  • grant writing
  • data analysis
  • creating white papers

 

The successful candidate requires comprehensive knowledge of:

  • Genomics
  • Next Generation Sequencing
  • Infectious Disease Biology

 

Requirements

  • Completed your PhD within the last 2 years
  • A canadian citizen, permanent resident, or international student

 

 

 

Location: Vancouver, Lower Mainland

FUSION GENOMICS is located at SFU Venture Labs in Discovery Park on the main SFU campus in Burnaby, BC. We offer a highly competitive compensation package that includes a base salary and health benefits. Combine that with the opportunity and challenge to develop your career and to experience FUSION as a great fit for your next career move.

 

 

How to Apply

Please submit a cover letter and your CV featuring your top 3-5 publications to: jobs@fusiongenomics.com

About Our Organization

FUSION GENOMICS Corporation is a molecular diagnostic company that develops clinical assays using next-generation sequencing technologies to characterize infectious disease agents of clinical and global importance.

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