Scientific Data Manager

Organization
Invitae
Job Location
San Francisco, Bay Area, CA 94107
Job Description

We have an opening for an experienced data manager to participate in the collection and study of large biomedical data sets.  This individual will be part of ground-breaking clinical research programs studying the impact of genetics in healthcare. Successful candidates will implement computer software and databases to gather, integrate and QC diverse data sets from multiple sources.  Ideal candidates will self-motivated, well-organized, and have tremendous attention to detail.

Requirements
  • Demonstrated track record contributing to high quality large biomedical data sets with 3-5 years experience. 
  • Hands-on skills with Unix and scripting languages for data processing, data management, and data analysis. 
  •  Experience with Python and SQL strongly preferred. Basic understanding of human genetics and bioinformatics a strong plus. 
  • Excellent communication and documentation skills. 
  • Excellent collaborator and team player.Knowledge of best practices in unregulated and regulated clinical studies a plus. 
  • Appropriate degree (B.S., M.S.) or equivalent experience. 
  •  Experience in Industry a plus.
About Our Organization

Invitae envisions a world in which genomic sequencing routinely informs lifelong health care decisions. We provide comprehensive, rapid, and affordable genome sequencing and clinically relevant interpretations of genomic data. We are committed to enabling the utilization of genomic data in order to improve health, catalyze scientific and medical research, and contribute to improved outcomes for everyone.

Invitae is an open, title-free company that operates as a meritocracy. We focus intently on our ability to deliver reliable solutions that contribute to improving people's lives. We ruthlessly eliminate overhead and policies that interfere with productivity. We have excellent benefits.

Our San Francisco location is in the hip SOMA neighborhood, near great restaurants. Our office in Palo Alto is right on University Ave. Both are a couple of blocks away from CalTrain. Many of us bike or take public transit to work. We work hard during the week and we rest on the weekends.

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