Scientific Project Manager

Seven Bridges
Job Location
San Francisco, CA
Job Description


You can help scientists do genomics because you know the field: you understand the questions that shape the discipline, how scientists address those questions, and what features of software are important for those purposes. You enjoy learning about products, becoming an expert user of them, and teaching other people how to use them.

You will interview prospective customers to evaluate their technical needs and determine how best to meet those needs, and consult on the design of custom bioinformatic analysis solutions. This will enable you to work with account managers as a technical resource during commercial operations. You will be the main communicator with the customer throughout their relationship with Seven Bridges, bringing back feedback to the team to help improve our product. You will work with a wide range of organizations - from individual research groups to departments at top ten universities, pharmaceutical companies, and large consortia. You are very people-oriented, and eagerly work to resolve problems and to maintain a positive and productive relationship.

Your frequent client interactions will allow you to contribute to the development of marketing and customer support materials, including product documentation and marketing information.


Desired Skills

  • An advanced degree in computational biology, bioinformatics, or a related discipline.
  • The proven ability to give effective technical presentations.
  • The proven ability to use, troubleshoot, and teach software.
  • Enthusiastic team player.
  • Excellent communication skills more generally.
  • The willingness to travel to meet customers.

We are also looking for a strong cultural fit, as we value our team more than anything else and we like to learn from each other and share the knowledge. In return, we offer a relaxed and open work environment, great work conditions, and first-hand involvement in one of the most exciting fields of science that is laying down the foundations of modern personalized medicine.

If you would like to help us advance genomics at our leading, well-funded, and dynamic startup, please apply here.

Thank you for your interest in Seven Bridges Genomics, however, due to the high volume of submissions we will only contact those candidates whose skills and qualifications most closely suit our needs.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.

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About Seven Bridges

Seven Bridges is the biomedical data analysis company accelerating breakthroughs in genomics research for cancer, drug development and precision medicine. We democratize genomics by enabling researchers anywhere to process and understand genomic data faster and more efficiently than ever, at any scale. Thousands of researchers in government, biotech, pharmaceutical and academic labs use Seven Bridges, including three of the largest genomics projects in the world: U.S. National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Genomics Cloud pilot, honored with the Bio-IT World Best of Show award 2016, the Million Veteran Program, and Genomics England’s 100,000 Genomes Project. As the NIH’s only commercial Trusted Partner, Seven Bridges authenticates and authorizes access to one of the world’s largest cancer genomics dataset. Seven Bridges has been recognized by the MIT Technology Review as one of the Top 50 Smartest Companies in the World in 2016.  Company offices are located in Cambridge, Mass., San Francisco, London, Belgrade, and Istanbul. 

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