Scientist 2, Dx
Illumina - San Diego, CA

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As a Scientist

2 in Diagnostic Assay Development, you will contribute your experience to a team developing diagnostic tests using next generation sequencing or microarray technologies. Job duties include, but are not limited to: -Lead assay development effort with a small team of developers under design control from concept to product launch. -Design, perform, and analyze experiments. Optimize assay design to meet market requirements and user needs. -Work with Bioinformatics to develop analysis solutions. -Work with Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs to write protocols and reports for regulatory submission to the FDA. -Content development for diagnostic kits or panels. -Lead data presentations and collaborative discussions. -Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications: PhD in Molecular Biology or Biochemistry. 5+ years of working experience in an academic or industrial laboratory setting, including 2-4 years industrial experience in diagnostic assay development.

-Demonstrated expertise in developing and launching an in vitro diagnostic test resulting in FDA clearance or approval. Design control experience is a must.
-Experience in genomic aberrations and data analysis of multiplexed assays helpful, but not required.
-Experience with Design of Experiment and statistical analysis to include determination of sample size.
-Detail-oriented and highly motivated.
-Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
-Excellent communication skills are required.
-Ability to work well in teams is essential.
-Capacity to lead product development teams is desired.
-Proficient in standard MS-Office applications and scripting languages.

Illumina is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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Illumina elucidates the human genome. The firm makes tools used by life sciences and drug researchers to isolateĀ and analyze...