Location: Ipswich, MA United States
New England Biolabs is inviting applications for the position of Development Scientist I/II. The successful candidate will work on goal-oriented projects within a dynamic group of polymerase/ amplification scientist to identify novel solutions to complex amplification-related challenges. This position offers opportunities to develop novel reagents and workflow solutions, engage with academic and diagnostic customers, attend scientific conferences and learn from technically-and commercially-focused colleagues across the company.Primary Responsibilities:
Required Qualifications and Experience:
- Develop and characterize DNA amplification-related technologies, assays, reagents and kits
- Collaborate with colleagues across the company (research, production, marketing, etc.) to successfully launch products relevant to current and cutting-edge workflows
- Actively engage with customers to address technical needs or concerns
- Create content for technical and marketing materials
- Present findings to internal and external customers/collaborators
- Ph.D. in Biochemistry or related field with a minimum of 2 years' experience strongly preferred
- Strong data analysis and biochemistry/molecular biology experience
- Experience designing/developing diagnostic assays or working with customers in regulated spaces
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Effective verbal and written communication
- Customer support experience and mindset
- Scientific enthusiasm and integrity
- An ability to balance multiple projects and excel in a team environment
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