Scientist 100%

Sophia Genetics
Job Location
Rue du Centre 174
1025 St-Sulpice
Job Description

We are seeking an enthusiastic, proactive and organized individual to join our research and development team, able to adapt to our continually evolving environment. You will need to be comfortable talking directly to colleagues and clients that have a wide range of technical knowledge, in an international environment. We prize intellectual ability over experience, with an aptitude to learn and challenge the status quo. 

Your main responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

-        Preparing NGS libraries and sequencing using different technologies
-        Staying up-to-date on emerging NGS technologies
-        Working closely with a team of biologists and bioinformaticians to design and execute experiments that answer key questions about genetic targets and disease pathways
-        Evaluating protocols and data obtained from NGS experiments using different technologies
-        Preparing data for presentation to internal and external audience
-        Fluent in French and in English

Starting as soon as possible


Your profile:

-        A PhD in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry or any relevant discipline
-        Proven experience and strong background in molecular biology techniques
-        Knowledge in NGS technologies and hands-on experience in Sequencing platforms
-        2-5 years of relevant industrial, academic or clinical experience
-        Willing to travel (up to 10%)

How to Apply

If you think you fit this position, please send a CV and letter of motivation to 

About Our Organization

About Sophia Genetics

Sophia Genetics helps clinical laboratories that perform routine clinical genetic analysis for personalized healthcare to overcome the cost and complexity related to the bioinformatics analysis, highly secured banking and reliable interpretation of the massive quantity of patient data generated by Next Generation Sequencing.  We are situated at St Sulpice, near Lausanne; 5 minutes walk from Lake Geneva. Our goal is to simplify and enhance genetic testing providing the most efficient bioinformatics solution for clinical genetic data analysis.

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