Research Associate IGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAGenomatica is committed to providing exciting career opportunities in an environment that values trust, respect, openness, teamwork, creativity, enthusiasm, and diligence. Genomatica develops commercial biobased processes to make widely-used chemicals that enable better, more sustainable everyday products.Scientist I / II (Proteomics)GenomaticaSan Diego, CAGenomatica is seeking a Research Scientist I/II with expertise in high resolution mass spectrometry and experimental proteomics. The successful candidate will utilize their expertise in proteomics and LC-MS to support and help advance Genomatica strain engineering and bioprocesses. Full-time
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Fermentation Engineer II / Sr. Ferm. Eng. IGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAGenomatica has already commercialized sustainable materials used in plastics, spandex and cosmetics, and is working on plant-based nylon, household cleaners and more. Title: (Senior) Fermentation Engineer (Research, Development & Deployment)Department: FermentationPosition Summary Genomatica is harnessing biology to remake everyday products and materials built by and for the planet. Full-timeSr. Manager, Nylon ApplicationsGenomaticaSan Diego, CADevelop and/or adapt application testing capabilities such as polymerization and formulations to demonstrate product fitness-for-use in applications (and/or) engage in external collaborations for new product application development with Genomatica partners along with business development team.Research Associate / Sr. Research AssociateGenomaticaSan Diego, CAGenomatica is an equal opportunity employer. Everyone is accepted and appreciated for who they are and what they bring to Genomatica. analyze DNA sequencing results. Familiarity with molecular barcoding, CRISPR, homologous recombination. Full-timeLead Process EngineerGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAJob Description Title: Lead Process Engineer Department: Commercial Engineering & Technical Services Position Summary Genomatica develops commercial biobased processes to make widely-used chemicals that enable better, more sustainable everyday products.
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Director, SustainabilityGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAJob Description Title: Director, Sustainability Department: Sustainability Position Summary Genomatica develops commercial biobased processes to make widely-used chemicals that enable better, more sustainable everyday products.Finance DirectorGenomaticaSan Diego, CAGenomatica develops biobased processes to make those same widely-used chemicals but through a sugar fermentation process instead of petroleum sources. The CFO of Genomatica is seeking an experienced finance and accounting partner to help manage the Company s growing accounting and finance needs.Sr. Manager, Nylon ApplicationsGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAProvide technical expertise and applications support to Genomatica sales team and their customers. Experience with polymer processing, extrusion, spinning, injection molding etc. Minimum education qualification is a Bachelor's degree in materials science, chemistry, polymer science and engineering, chemical engineering or related field or an advanced degree in similar fields. $150 - $200Global Distribution Manager at GenomaticaGenomaticaSan Diego, CAGenomatica is seeking a highly motivated Global Distribution Manager to join the Specialty Products group to maintain and develop our relationships with international distributors for Brontide Butylene Glycol.
The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job.
Research Scientist IGenomaticaSan Diego, CAYou will utilize a variety of analytical chemistry techniques to support and help advance Genomatica omics, strain engineering and/or process technology platforms. Genomatica is seeking a Senior Research Associate I/II or Scientist I/II with experience in analytical chemistry or related field to work as a member of the Analytical Sciences team. Full-timeGenomatica, Inc: Full Stack DeveloperGenomaticaSan Diego, CAThe company is developing and scaling sustainable materials derived from plant or waste-based feedstocks instead of fossil fuels to help brands deliver on their climate goals and our planet’s needs. As a member of a multidisciplinary team in a fast-paced, Agile environment, you will actively collaborate with experimentalists and data scientists to develop modular web front ends, microservices and integrations to third party platforms, such as Microsoft Teams.AccountantGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAGenomatica is growing and has a need for an accounting generalist to help in a wide array of accounting responsibilities. Genomatica (the “Company”) is harnessing biology to re-make how everyday products and materials are produced.Associate Director, Process DevelopmentGenomatica, IncSan Diego, CAOops, you are using an unsupported browser!
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