Program Director, NGS Gateway

Job Location
St. Louis, MO 63108

Highly competitive salary, progressive working environment

Job Description

PierianDx, the leading NGS bioinformatics company spun out of Washington University in St. Louis,  has created a new role with significant organization impact within the Company's rapid growth.  The Program Director will be responsible for the overall management and product development of a very unique service offering, an NGS-in-a-box program of flexible sequencing and medical sign-out services.  Similar to a very senior product manager, this highly organizational position will be responsible for collaboration of multiple functional units within PierianDx and extensive industry outreach.  The position primarily works closely with sales and marketing with ownership of revenue goals.

This critical contributor will be responsible for identification of market needs via constant market analysis for additional assays within the PierianDx portfolio, resulting in strategic design and execution within the sales organization.  

Position reports to the SVP of Sales.


Significant NGS program or lab experience in academic or reference lab setting

Highly organized, very comfortable in fast-paced and ever-changing environment.  Candidate must have exceptional written and verbal skills, while excelling at corporate and internal presentations

Ability to creatively design and implement a program that requires building a distribution channel, navigating Medicare and private payer reimbursement issues, and educating partners on the value of NGS testing

Optimal candidate has strong ties to community health systems with supplemental NGS needs

Position is located in St. Louis, MO.  Remote employees are not considered.

How to Apply

Please send thoughtful cover letter and resume to 

About Our Organization

PierianDx enables clinical labs to deliver patient-specific diagnosis and treatments based on an individual’s DNA. Developed and used since 2011 at Washington University, and regularly enhanced with new patient, clinical and research data, PierianDx’s proprietary Clinical Genomicist Workstation software provides clinical labs everything they need to manage their next-generation sequencing processes.  The company was formed as a commercial entity in 2014 and is rapidly growing in both employees and customerss. For more information, please visit or @PierianDx on Twitter.

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