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Thermo Fisher ScientificSouth San Francisco, CA
Full-time
  • Staff Scientist, System Integration Requisition ID: 125843BR Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is the world leader in serving science, with annual revenue exceeding $25 billion.
  • Our Mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer.
  • Whether our customers are accelerating life sciences research, solving complex analytical challenges, improving patient diagnostics and therapies or increasing productivity in their laboratories, we are here to support them.
  • South San Francisco, CA Genetic Sciences: Capillary Electrophoresis R&D How will you make an impact?
  • Join the system integration group to develop CE instrument systems and consumables for genetic analysis.
  • You should have a passion for product development, a proven track record of either developing or being a 'power user' of complex scientific instruments, and be comfortable working on prototype instruments.
  • What will you do?
  • Experience with general molecular biology techniques and genetic analysis applications and technologies, in particular Sanger sequencing or fragment analysis via capillary electrophoresis, is a plus.
  • A successful candidate has strong troubleshooting skills, demonstrates attention to detail, is action oriented, and a team player.
  • How will you get here?
  • Education Bachelor's Degree required in molecular biology, virology, biochemistry, bioengineering, chemical engineering, or related field.
  • Masters or PhD preferred.
  • Candidates with combination of education and/or experience will be considered.
  • Experience Knowledge, Skills, Abilities Our global team of more than 75,000 colleagues delivers an unrivaled combination of innovative technologies, purchasing convenience and pharmaceutical services through our industry-leading brands, including Thermo Scientific, Applied Biosystems, Invitrogen, Fisher Scientific, Unity Lab Services and Patheon.
  • For more information, please visit.
  • EVRD2020 *GTSDouble Thermo Fisher Scientific is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
  • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, creed, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, genetic information, veteran status, age or disability status.
  • Associated topics: bioinformatic, biomechanics, biomedical engineer, bioprocessing, biosynthetic, hereditary, medical, msat, parenteral, pathogenesis

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