Scientist I

Job Location
San Diego, CA
Job Description

Basic Function and Scope of the Position: Responsible to support the development of NGS-based IVD products through running experiments, collecting data, and drawing conclusions and participating on project teams. Tasks and Responsibilities: •Plan and execute various laboratory experiments. •Manage goals within defined target timeframes, may manage small technical teams to achieve their goals. •Develop infrastructure processes for product development and manufacturing systems. •Interface with various departments and serves as internal consultant . •May make contributions to scientific literature and conferences. •Perform data analysis; write reports and present results and project assessments to Senior Management. •Perform other duties as assigned. All listed tasks and responsibilities are deemed as essential functions to this position; however, business conditions may require reasonable accommodations for additional task and responsibilities.


Preferred Educational Background: •PhD in biology, biophysics, biochemistry or chemistry. Preferred Experiential Background: •2-5 years experience in a scientific discipline or engineering is required. May include post doctoral work. •Knowledge of technology development in a fast paced biotech environment. •Excellent laboratory and experimental skills. •Technically sound; show potential for technical proficiency and scientific creativity. •Sound understanding of the latest genomics technologies, methodologies, and practices. •Strong data analysis skills, ability to interpret and draw conclusions from vast amounts of data. •Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Outlook required. •Good communication and team management skills. •Must be very detail oriented.

How to Apply

Please send your resume to Harmony Washburn in Human Resources, or 858.255.5016. Qualified candidates will be contacted within 48 hours.

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