Research Associate I

Job Location
Beverly, MA 01915
Job Description

The Research Associate I will assist Scientists/Project Leaders with the development of potential new products. The candidate will aid in the evaluation of new products/assays for both customer initiated projects and for the expansion of the Enzymatics’ product line. This position will work closely with the principal investigator on the development of novel enzymes for use in genomics, molecular diagnostics and other emerging DNA technologies.

Position to be hired in the beginning of 2015


Job performance will involve a variety of activities including:

  • Work on research and development projects
  • Overexpression of target proteins for commercialization and/or custom projects
  • Developing new assays and writing work instructions
  • Work as part of cross-functional team for certain projects
  • Additional duties as assigned


  • 0-2 years experience


  • BS or BA in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or Microbiology and/or combination of skills and experience.
How to Apply

Please submit resume and cover letter including salary expectations for this position to [email protected]. Only qualified candidates will be contacted. Position to be hired in the beginning of 2015

About Our Organization

Enzymatics is an emerging leader in the supply of the enzymes that drive nucleic acid detection technologies. Our leadership is currently building a team which embodies our mission to lead the molecular biology tools market in quality, customer service, and innovation. We seek engaging, motivated individuals who can articulate their goals and, in turn, offer a culture that breeds success. Enzymatics is an employee-focused organization that strives to cultivate challenging careers and rewarding lives.

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