Research Scientist - Production Sequencing

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

We offer competitive compensation and generous benefits programs.

Job Description

Lead routine high-throughput library generation, sequencing and analysis of clinical samples. The Research Scientist is primarily responsible for sample tracking and processing from initial receipt of the sample to final data curation. She/He will demonstrate rigorous attention to detail and good laboratory practice. This individual will collaborate closely with internal R&D teams to support routine sequencing needs. The ideal candidate will have experience working in a clinical laboratory environment and experience with NGS analysis of cancer samples.


  • On-time delivery of routine sequencing results to ensure that internal and external deadlines are met
  • Basic interpretation of NGS data
  • Management of junior scientists
  • Meticulous specimen and data curation
  • Maintaining detailed, accurate and accessible records of experimental design and results
  • Routine sample processing and sequencing to support R&D efforts
  • Responsible for the setup and organization of a lab management system for sample tracking (LIMS)
  • Working directly with production to transfer screened materials into inventory system.


  • 2+ years experience in a clinical laboratory
  • Ability to write and follow SOPs
  • Experience with qPCR and next generation sequencing
  • Experience with laboratory information management systems (LIMS) (preferred)
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills


  • A BS, MS, or PhD in molecular biology or related field.
How to Apply

E-mail your résumé in confidence with salary requirements to

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.

Unless otherwise stated, all descriptions above are preferred but not required for our ideal candidate. Consideration will be given for comparable experience. ArcherDX is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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