Research Scientist

ArcherDX, Inc.
Job Location
2477 55th Street
Boulder, CO 80301
We offer competitive compensation and generous benefits programs.
Job Description

The Research Scientist will work closely with the existing team members on the design and development of ArcherDX Content panels utilizing the Archer AMP™ technology. The successful candidate will be self-motivated, work well independently and as part of a team, and enjoy working in the lab as well as analyzing large NGS data sets. The candidate should quickly learn the current lab and data analysis protocols and offer suggestions to improve them when necessary. 


• Design primer sets, prepare NGS libraries, and perform sequencings runs.

• Search the literature for prognostic and actionable mutations to target in our panels.

• Execute well-controlled experiments and analyze large NGS data sets.

• Manage multiple projects at once.

• Thrive under tight deadlines to ensure that internal and external deadlines are met.

• Meticulously document experiments and results consistent with company standards.

• Effectively communicate experimental results and challenges to the team.

• Computer skills like co


• Experience with standard molecular biology techniques including PCR, qPCR, and primer design.

• Experience with next-generation sequencing and library preparation a plus.

• Experience with managing large data sets and analysis of next-generation sequencing data a plus.

• Experience with command line and a programming language a plus.



• PhD in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, or similar field.


How to Apply

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About Our Organization

ArcherDX, the NGS applications company, is developing and commercializing a novel approach to target enrichment chemistry. Next-generation sequencing technology based on Anchored Multiplexed PCR (AMP™) generates a highly enriched library of gene targets of interest for downstream genomic sequencing. Complemented by proprietary software and readily accessible reports, our technology enables dramatic enhancement in mutation detection speed as well as complex mutation identification and discovery

All descriptions above are preferred but not required for our ideal candidate. Consideration will be (given for comparable experience.)


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