Phase Genomics
Job Location
Seattle, WA 98109
Job Description


We are looking for an organized, hard-working research associate to assist in laboratory operations and internal development efforts.  The person in this position will work within a team of skilled scientists and be expected to create various NGS libraries, manage and organize inventory, and oversee projects and production.

We are a highly dynamic, collaborative, and people-focused company. If you are interested in working for a small, innovation-focused biotech, learning the ropes of industrial laboratory operations while growing your scientific skills—apply today!



  • Generate NGS libraries from a variety of biological sample types.
  • Assist with product development, manufacturing, and R&D.
  • Execute general laboratory and organizational duties.
  • Validate and optimize experimental design.
  • Product and customer support.
  • Track project workflow, sample preparation details, sequencing progress, and post run analyses.
  • Maintain thorough documentation of experiments, processes, etc.
  • B.S. or Masters in Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics or similar scientific field.
  • 2+ years molecular biology lab experience required.
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented.
  • Demonstrated initiative and problem-solving abilities.
  • Experience with product management is a plus.
  • Comfort working in an early stage company, where flexibility and teamwork are a must.
How to Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to

About Our Organization

Seattle-based Phase Genomics is seeking a molecular biologist or biochemist with hands-on lab expertise in genetics and genomics. Phase Genomics employs a number of molecular genomic tools and cutting-edge bioinformatic methods to facilitate discovery across a wide range of disciplines including microbiome, agriculture, and human genetics.

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