The Senior Director, Logistics and Distribution will develop and lead the global logistics and order fulfillment operations for all of Exact Sciences. This role will own strategy development and implementation of activities supporting the warehousing and distribution of Exact Sciences finished products; including catalog business to business (B2B) workflows, lab service/direct to patient workflows, as well as storage and distribution of raw materials utilized across business units. This role will develop and optimize workflows scaling for the growth of a global business, including transfer or specimens across Exact Sciences laboratory locations. The Senior Director, Logistics and Distribution will ensure tactical delivery with a focus on quality, time, and cost to serve for all business units, as well as support continuous improvement. This role oversees a team responsible for managing partnerships with external logistics partners, such as UPS, FedEx, and DHL. In addition, this role oversees selection and management of third-party logistics (3PL) partnerships servicing both domestic and international business needs, as well as selection and management of Exact Sciences distributor network.
The Director, Bioinformatics is self-driven, working on multiple projects that are extremely complex in scope. As a thought leader, the Director, Bioinformatics brings their knowledge and expertise to bear in planning, design, and execution to ensure successful and timely completion of large or complex projects. The Director, Bioinformatics is responsible for providing the timeline, plan, and successful completion for assignments/projects. The Director, Bioinformatics plays a critical role in the analysis and interpretation of data, presenting and providing data driven outcomes to senior management. Working independently or in a team setting, the Director, Bioinformatics will be involved in Research and Development projects serving as a thought leader and subject matter expert by providing guidance in exploring, researching, and testing new technologies or guiding development of ideas and concepts to improve or develop processes that add value or guide establishment of innovative methods and processes for product development towards development of diagnostic assay products. This position provides clear leadership to the team by working to define clear and realistic goals, clearing barriers to success, developing a general management view of the project and how it fits into the strategic landscape.
The Molecular Technologist I will isolate and quantify nucleic acids, perform polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests and next generation sequencing (NGS), library construction, and other NGS-associated procedures.
The Specimen Processing Exception Handler provides support to both the specimen processing laboratory and the clinical laboratory. The Specimen Processing Exception Handler follows all laboratory procedures and policies and maintains accurate data reporting practices to ensure consistent and diligent execution of specimen processing, testing, and the timely generation of patient results. This role focuses on understanding the patient behind the specimen and acts as a resource to the department to execute exception tasks.
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The Senior HRIS Analyst will support our HR Systems primarily, but not limited to, Workday (Human Capital Management). A key responsibility of this role is to develop and continuously improve HR system processes to increase user adoption, ensure compliance with policy and regulations, and improve business performance.
This role will work closely with the Human Resources and Payroll teams to continually enhance and support HCM systems and processes. General working knowledge of all HR disciplines (Benefits, Recruiting, Compensation, Learning, Talent, and HR Self-Service) is critical to success in this role.
As part of the HR team, this role will collaborate regularly with team colleagues, HR stakeholders, and other business partners to ensure that business processes are optimized to align with the technology and provide an excellent user experience with the systems supported.
This role will focus on Time Off and Leave Programs.
The Accessioning Supervisor is responsible for supervision of personnel and daily operations of the Accessioning department including, but not limited to, specimen box receipt process, test order processing, sample processing, material return and management of associated documents and records.
The Accessioning Supervisor oversees the pre- and post-analytical sample processing activities. This role will participate in these activities and troubleshoot sample, process or system issues as needed. The Accessioning Supervisor will also participate in the development and administration of policies and procedures, contribute to continuous process improvement to ensure consistent, high quality processes, and best practices established within Laboratory Operations. This role will support or participate in internal and external audits and quality management activities to ensure laboratory compliance with the applicable quality standards and regulatory requirements.
The Accessioning Supervisor serves as a liaison between Accessioning and various functional groups including, but not limited to Histology, Customer Service, Analytical Laboratory, Process and Service Engineering, Information Technology, Human Resources, Quality, Supply Chain Management and Workplace Services groups to report and address immediate issues or concerns. This role must also act as a liaison between staff members and the management team to support effective communication and change management. The Accessioning Supervisor will assist in the assessment of staffing levels to ensure adequate laboratory capacity and effective resource allocations, and will recruit and hire new employees or contingency workers. The Accessioning Supervisor will also be responsible for the ongoing management of their staff, which include, but are not limited to, partnering with staff to create and execute personal development plans, conducting performance reviews and ensuring appropriate work scheduling, training and competency assessment.
To be successful in this complex and high-volume work environment, the Accessioning Supervisor must demonstrate leadership, operation management and organizational skills. This person must be comfortable with facilitating timely and sound decision-making with data, have the ability to remain professional and composed under pressure, the ability to work independently and in a team environment, and the ability to effectively communicate across all levels of the laboratory and across departments to achieve common goals.
The Recruitment Coordinator is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and success of critical Talent Acquisition processes, initiatives, and events. The Recruitment Coordinator will be responsible for scheduling phone, onsite, open house days, and technical interviews, managing the employment offer process, supporting, and organizing required details to ensure a smooth onboarding process. In addition, this position will play a support role in the maintenance of various metrics, reporting activities, posting of positions to various advertising resources and other team projects.
We are looking for someone to help in this role temporarily for the duration of 6-months to a year.
The Senior Director, Marketing Communications and Operations will be responsible for driving a comprehensive and integrated communications strategy across products while enabling the broader marketing team to operate efficiently and to scale with quality and consistency. This role will partner with product marketing teams to ensure brand and message quality is aligned and consistent across all media, programs, and channels. Additionally, the Senior Director, Marketing Communications and Operations will manage a team that juggles many tasks to ensure things run smoothly across the broader marketing department. They will lead a team that is chartered to ensure the marketing initiatives are aligned with key strategies, and tactics are tracked to ensure team is performing towards established metrics and business goals. Key responsibilities are; including, but not limited to, creating communications plans across traditional and digital platforms, branding consistency and alignment, performing asset and content management and creative project management, marketing analytics (e.g., impact of marketing investments, incrementality of investments), and Martech management.
The successful candidate is a creative, collaborative, leader who brings energy and insight to deliver high-impact marketing communications that build brand value and deliver measurable results to the business. They will lead a team who are responsible for planning, designing, and delivering marketing assets that promote the business’ products and services through all stages of customer acquisition, engagement, conversion, and retention. Top candidates bring strength in omnichannel marketing with a digital-first mindset, deep understanding of customer needs/insights, and relentless focus on metrics and measurable results.
The Accessioning Technician II is responsible for handling and recording patient and study specimens sent to Exact Sciences for testing and supporting management in triaging workflow issues. Daily operations within the Accessioning department include, but not limited to; order processing, case management, sample processing, management of associated documents and records, and inter-departmental communication and collaboration. An important part of the accessioning process is to identify incomplete or missing information and/or unacceptable specimens received, and to initiate outreach to physicians and other stakeholders for clarification in a timely manner to minimize impact on test turn-around-time.
The Accessioning Technician II has the knowledge and skills to perform duties beyond the jon functions of the Accessioning Technician I, with expected quality and throughput. For example, processing moderately complex order and case types, troubleshooting common issues, managing orders and samples on hold, reviewing supplemental documents for missing information, assisting management in SOP revision, record review, interviews, staff training, data collection, tracking and trending, addressing non-conformance, or project planning and execution as assigned.
To be successful in this role, the Accessioning Technician II must demonstrate the ability to follow standard operating procedures and work independently in a regulated work environment, possess a good understanding of the job requirements and function effectively as a member of the Exact Sciences team. This individual is adaptive to change, detail oriented, focused, effective at managing time, organized and able to communicate within the clinical laboratory teams and to key internal customers to achieve common goals. This individual will participate in process improvement activities to ensure scalability and operational excellence. This individual will support or participate in internal and external audits, quality assurance and quality management activities to ensure laboratory compliance with the applicable quality standards and regulatory requirements.
The position will report to the Accessioning Supervisor within the Laboratory Operations organization at Exact Sciences in Redwood City, CA.
The Accessioning Technician I is responsible for handling and recording patient and study specimens sent to Exact Sciences for testing. Daily operations within the Accessioning department include, but not limited to; order processing, case management, sample processing, management of associated documents and records, and inter-departmental communication and collaboration. An important part of the accessioning process is to identify incomplete or missing information and/or unacceptable specimens received, and to initiate outreach to physicians and other stakeholders for clarification in a timely manner to minimize impact on test turn-around-time.
To be successful in this role, the Accessioning Technician I must demonstrate the ability to follow standard operating procedures and work independently in a regulated work environment, the ability to complete scheduled tasks and assignments with expected quality and throughput, and function effectively as a member of the Exact Sciences team. He or she is adaptive to change, detail oriented, focused, effective at managing time, organized and able to communicate within the department and to key internal customers to achieve common goals. He or she will participate in process improvement activities to ensure scalability and operational excellence. He or she will support or participate in internal and external audits and quality assurance activities to ensure laboratory compliance with the applicable quality standards and regulatory requirements.
The Clinical Laboratory Supervisor is responsible for the general supervision of the laboratory personnel and the daily operations of the analytical laboratory. The Clinical Laboratory Supervisor will also perform high complexity laboratory testing on patient specimens, interpret and report patient results, and perform quality control and quality assurance procedures while complying with all applicable local, state, and federal laboratory requirements. The Clinical Laboratory Supervisor is the first point of contact for Clinical Laboratory Scientists (CLSs) and Laboratory Technicians during laboratory processing and will provide guidance while troubleshooting complex technical and non-technical problems. The Clinical Laboratory Supervisor must also act as a liaison between the CLSs and Laboratory Technicians and the Laboratory Management Team. The Clinical Laboratory Supervisor will also be involved with coaching and mentoring the laboratory staff, building effective teams, managing projects and meeting project deliverables, and understanding and implementing laboratory goals.
The Clinical Laboratory Associate is responsible for assisting the clinical laboratory scientists and supporting the daily operations of the clinical laboratory.
The Patient Stories Program Manager will be responsible for oversight and execution of the Precision Oncology Patient Stories Program. This program provides a venue for cancer patients who have used an Oncotype IQ® test to inform their treatment to share their story and help educate and inspire others.
This role will interface with various commercial, medical, legal and compliance team members to coordinate the recruitment, screening, selection and deployment of Patient Stories Program participants and their stories.
This position supports the US-based Precision Oncology and Pipeline Patient Advocacy program, which currently spans more than 60 leading patient advocacy organizations in breast, colon, lung, and prostate cancer. The expectation is that as the pipeline matures, additional disease-specific communities will be added to the Patient Advocacy portfolio.
The Manager, Talent Sourcing will be responsible for building, developing, and coaching a highly autonomous and motivated strategic sourcing team. This position will be driving a one-team mentality throughout sourcing and in partnership with recruiting, hiring leaders, HR business partners, and business functions. The Manager, Talent Sourcing will be responsible for effective sourcing strategy, talent mapping our competitive landscape while supporting the team in building active and passive pipelines. This role will be key in the build-out of this team, as well as a key decision maker in the sourcing strategy.
The Sr. Research Scientist I, with input from senior scientists and leaders, works in collaboration with others on one or more projects which are complex in scope. The Sr. Research Scientist I participates in or leads planning of projects and experiments, and is often the technical lead responsible for the successful execution of the project. This position involves independently making detailed observations, analyzing data, interpreting results and providing insights into the next steps and direction of the project, as well as independently determining methods and procedures on new assignments or projects.
Working in a team setting, the Sr. Research Scientist I will be involved in Research and Development projects serving as a technical lead and/or a subject matter expert in exploring and researching new technologies, providing ideas and concepts to improve or develop processes, and/or establish methods and processes for product development towards development of diagnostic assay products. This position will also mentor and provide technical guidance to junior scientists in project teams.
The successful candidate will support the research and early development of NGS-based methods to improve clinical diagnostic test access, quality and performance for patients with cancer. Responsibilities of this position include design and optimization of innovative NGS-based solutions that integrate clinical product requirements with analytical and operational performance. This role will require deep understanding of NGS sample preparation and data analysis to collaboratively develop new workflows for the highly accurate detection of somatic mutations and methylation changes in clinical oncology samples.
The Research Scientist II, with limited guidance from more experienced scientists, works individually and in collaboration with others on multiple projects which are moderate to complex in scope. The Research Scientist II plays an active role or leads in the planning of projects and experiments, and is often the technical lead responsible for the successful execution of the project. This position involves independently making detailed observations, analyzing data, interpreting results, and providing insights into the next steps of the project. Working in a team setting, the Research Scientist II will be involved in Research and Development projects serving as a technical lead or a subject matter expert in translating research ideas and concepts into the product development pipeline towards development of diagnostic assay products.
This position is responsible for providing customer service to providers that work with Exact Sciences, and to our inside sales team. This position works cross functionally with all teams within the Customer Care Center. This position also performs other duties and projects as needed. The Provider Support Specialist may be responsible for unique tasks or special initiatives that align with sales strategies.
The Associate Director, U.S. Oncology Peer-to-Peer Marketing role will be directly responsible for providing comprehensive strategic and tactical management of medical education initiatives to support the business objectives of the U.S. Oncology team. This is a short-term contract position running through April 2022.
The temporary Associate Director, U.S. Oncology Peer-to-Peer Marketing role will be responsible for managing two direct reports and leading the team to execute on the strategic vision and peer-to-peer tactics for the Therapy Selection product portfolio. This includes managing the execution of medical marketing initiatives, including opinion leader mapping and engagement for national webinar programs, product theaters at key conferences, and other innovative educational opportunities such as roundtable discussion panels. In addition, this role will be responsible for managing the development of medical education content including slide decks, case study databases and video vignettes, and other short-form educational video content in collaboration with internal and external experts.
The Material Handler II will assist and act as a subject matter expert in a variety of warehouse functions including material receipt and inspection, inventory cycle counting, specimen transfers, shipping, receiving, and distribution of goods and supplies. This role may also provide support to ongoing process development and improvements. This position will work within defined protocols and specific procedures for the department. The Material Handler II must be able to work with minimal supervision and have strong working knowledge of all warehouse activities.
This position requires excellent attention to detail, effective written and verbal communication skills, the ability to organize assigned tasks, and be flexible within a cross collaboration-based environment.
The Administrative Assistant II performs general and specific administrative duties including, but not limited to, organizing meetings, managing calendars, filing, and ordering supplies. This position interfaces with senior leaders, directors, managers, visitors, and suppliers, etc. to gather and exchange information.