Vice President Laboratory Operations, Oncology Next Generation Sequencing, Precision Medicine

Organization
Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search
Job Location
Salary
Excellent Salary + Benefits
Job Description

Vice President Laboratory Operations, Oncology Next Generation Sequencing, Precision Medicine

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is seeking a Vice President Laboratory Operations to head up our client's new NGS Laboratory.

The successful candidate will have built an NGS lab team, expanded the capacity of the lab and have held a similar position previously.

The job description is still in draft mode but this should give you a broad idea of what is required.

Responsibilities:

Work with a cutting-edge genomics workflow to provide high-quality next-generation sequencing data with rapid turnaround times.

Utilize automation and robotics to standardize the discovery pipeline from sample acquisition to sequencing output.

Maintain quality metrics and data generation for next-generation sequencing platforms.

Work to establish and maintain CLIA/CAP compliance. 

 

Requirements

PhD in clinical laboratory science, chemical, physical or biological science  - ideally FACMG qualification but not required.

  • NGS Clinical high throughput experience

How to Apply

Email Ruth Frazer: [email protected]

About Our Organization

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is an industry leading recruiting firm headquartered in Philadelphia. We specialize in executive search in Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology & Medical Devices with a focus on Oncology Precision Medicine, Immuno-Oncology and Immunotherapy throughout the United States. 

With over 24 years of industry experience, Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search has achieved the level of expertise necessary to successfully place elite executive talent giving companies a competitive edge and helping world-class professionals accomplish their dreams.

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