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Scientific Communication Specialist

Organization
SOPHiA GENETICS
Job Location
Rue du centre 172 (4th floor)
1025 Saint Sulpice
Switzerland
Job Description

Your responsibility:

  • Working with cross functional team (R&D, quality, Product Manager) to ensure timely, on target, and within budget accomplishment of marketing collaterals (flyers, slides, brochures, application notes and more).
  • Managing protocols with close collaboration with the wetlab team
  • Answering the scientific e-marketing needs Updating and maintaining the marketing department's documentation and databases
  • Writing scientific white papers

Qualifications and Experience:

  • A degree in molecular biology is a must, (ideally a PhD)
  • First experience in scientific communication is required
  • A degree in marketing (not essential but an advantage)
  • Excellent knowledge in English is a must, French is an asset
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Attention to details
  • Strong administration and organizational skills
  • Team spirit

Location : Geneva, Campus Biotech

Starting date: ASAP

If you think you fit this position, please send a CV and a cover letter

About Our Organization

Ranked among the "50 Smartest Companies" in the world according to the MIT Technology Review, SOPHiA GENETICS is a fast-paced growing health-tech company. Combining deep expertise in life sciences, medical disciplines and mathematical modeling, we bring to market data analytics solutions to support healthcare professionals in better diagnosing and treating patients. Today SOPHiA’s technologies are being adopted and trusted by over 850 leading hospitals worldwide, all connected to each other and motivated to provide equal benefits to all patients.

In our mission to democratize Data-Driven Medicine, we are looking for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our growing dynamic team. Does this sound like you? If so, we want to hear from you…

 

Check out our website : sophiagenetics.com | Follow us on Twitter @SOPHiAGENETICS and Linkedin

 

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