Inscripta is developing the world's first scalable platform for benchtop Digital Genome Engineering. The company’s advanced CRISPR-based platform, consisting of an instrument, reagents, and software, will offer a fully automated workflow that enables multiplexed, trackable editing of cells at an unprecedented scale. Inscripta’s goal is to empower scientists whose gene editing research is stifled by current technical and licensing limitations. By providing this unique platform and engaging in collaborative business practices, such as making its MAD7 CRISPR nuclease free for research purposes, the company enables scientists to realize a new era of biological discovery. Due to rapid growth Inscripta has an opening for a Lab Automation Scientist located in Pleasanton, CA.
We are looking for a Lab Automation Scientist to join our Information Systems & Software group, working in close conjunction with our Biochemistry group and other R&D teams. This is a full-time position, to which you would devote substantially all your professional effort. Our ideal candidate is one who can translate between R&D wet bench research and automated liquid handling development. This role requires an experienced candidate with a strong molecular biology background, strong written and verbal communication skills, and demonstrated automated liquid handling experience. You would be primarily responsible for R&D and automation development activities but may also participate in other corporate matters.
- Working with R&D scientists to adapt benchtop protocols to automated systems and developing tasks to execute these protocols to meet key performance metrics
- Working in conjunction with scientific teams to execute automated workflows
- Working with software teams to integrate lab automation equipment into laboratory information management systems to track samples through complex workflows and capture data associated with the workflow processes
- Requirements gathering and documentation efforts in support of laboratory automation projects
- Aiding in the selection, procurement, installation, and validations of flexible laboratory automation systems which can be used in a high throughput laboratory environment