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The Document Control Specialist I position supports the maintenance and management of all data and documents primarily associated with a “test” for Exact Sciences Laboratories. This position is responsible for the update, review, release, and storage of documents. Documents may include, but are not limited to, policies, standard operating procedures (SOPs), forms, job aides, validation materials, training records, and other documents or records. Additionally, this individual will assist with supplier audits, IT audits, and any other audits or inspections required by applicable state or federal regulations. The Document Control Specialist I position works closely with all departments at Exact Sciences Laboratories.
The Exact Sciences Laboratories (ESL) Manager, Training & Development assists the ESL leadership team in the development, coordination and execution of all training-related activities for ESL. The Training Manager manages a team of training supervisors and supports the day-to-day operations of the team. The primary responsibilities include overall development and execution of the Exact Sciences Laboratories training program, including but not limited to new hire onboarding, training, retraining, competency assessments, corrective actions, processing and updating training materials and documentation. The ESL Manager, Training & Development is responsible for the creation and/or approval and maintenance of in-house training programs for laboratory and department specific learning needs including; development, coordination and execution of learning plans. This position is responsible for ensuring all training, as applicable, is performed consistently to meet the regulatory requirements of College of American Pathologists (CAP), Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA), and New York (NY). This is a highly cross-functional position and the individual in this role will work with several groups across the entire Exact Sciences Organization.
The Laboratory Technician, Analytical Lab is responsible for assisting the Clinical Laboratory Scientists and supporting the daily operations of the Clinical Laboratory. They must demonstrate the skills and competency to work in a high-throughput production environment, the ability to assist laboratory personnel in patient sample processing and all other support functions, and the initiative to contribute to laboratory projects and to address laboratory needs and issues. The Laboratory Technician may serve as a lead to the Laboratory Assistant team to coordinate tasks, divide workload, manage projects and review documents, as assigned.
This position is based in our Redwood City, CA location.
Exact Sciences is seeking an extraordinary Molecular Pathologist with a strong interest in Precision Medicine to be the Laboratory Medical Director at the Exact Sciences Clinical Laboratory in Phoenix. The Laboratory Medical Director has primary accountability for ensuring that best in class gene mutation panel test results provided by the Phoenix Clinical Laboratory are accurate, timely, and appropriately supported with medical consultancy to ordering physicians and their patients. They are accountable for ensuring that all tests offered by the Clinical Laboratory are appropriately analytically and clinically validated, and that all aspects of pre-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical laboratory services are provided in compliance with a well-documented Quality Management System (QMS) that meets all applicable regulatory requirements and quality standards. The Laboratory Medical Director will be a functional manager and will assist in providing best in class Anatomic, Clinical, and Molecular Pathology services while directly managing internal and consulting pathologists conducting these services for the Clinical Laboratory.
The Molecular Technologist II, known internally as Clinical Laboratory Technologist II, is responsible for performing high complexity laboratory testing on patient specimens, including isolation of nucleic acids and Next Generation Sequencing with all associated procedures. The high complexity nature of the work requires excellent attention to detail, effective written and verbal communication skills, the ability to multi-task, flexibility with schedules, the ability to work independently in a team environment, strong adherence to quality control and quality assurance procedures and compliance with the laboratory regulations.
The Manager, Service and Support is responsible for managing the service personnel (Service Team) who service Exact Sciences laboratory equipment and instrumentation. This role oversees all service activities. Service activities under the responsibility of the Service Manager include installation, calibration, maintenance, and repair for laboratory equipment. Instrumentation responsibilities may include both simple (e.g. mixers) and complex laboratory instrumentation (e.g. liquid handling robotics). The Manager, Service and Support will work with the Systems Development team to assure knowledge transfer of instrumentation design and service needs to the Service Team. The Manager, Service and Support will assist in the development of the service policies and procedures (e.g. SOPs) and play principal role in the commissioning of equipment and ongoing service activities, once the policies and procedures are established. The individual in this role will continuously work with the Service Team and the laboratories he/she is servicing to ensure a high-quality service experience for the laboratories he/she is responsible for servicing.
The Lab Service Training Engineer is responsible for the commissioning and ongoing service for all clinical laboratory equipment and instrumentation. Primary service responsibilities include installation, calibration, maintenance, and repair of all clinical laboratory equipment. This includes both simple (e.g., shakers) and complex instrumentation (e.g., liquid handling robotics). The individual in this role will continuously work with other Lab Service Engineers (LSE) and the clinical laboratory team to ensure proper instrument function and troubleshoot any system concerns and are responsible for special projects as assigned.
The Specimen Processing Supervisor is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Specimen Processing Department including staffing, scheduling, motivating, coaching, and mentoring team members, and performance management. The Specimen Processing Supervisor follows all laboratory policies and procedures and maintains accurate data reporting practices to ensure consistent and diligent execution of specimen processing. In this leadership position, the Specimen Processing Supervisor supports the mission and vision of Exact Sciences Laboratories, and along with other laboratory management, shares the responsibility of ensuring the Specimen Processing department operates effectively.
The hours for this position are Saturday - Tuesday from 8:00pm - 6:00am.
The Clinical Laboratory Technical Specialist provides services of technical nature in the laboratory service areas. This position is primarily responsible for coordinating day-to-day activities in the laboratory to ensure prompt test processing. The Clinical Laboratory Technical Specialist is the front line in trouble shooting instrument, reagent, and sample issues for the laboratory area. The position works directly with Clinical Laboratory leadership to anticipate and resolve issues related to efficiencies in throughput, staffing, and laboratory processes. The position is also responsible for verifying result release and pending list management and investigation. This individual performs complex laboratory tests in the clinical laboratory to provide physicians with rapid and accurate laboratory test results. The Clinical Laboratory Technical Specialist will also assist in Quality Control data collection and analysis. Specific duties also include; processing of specimens in the laboratory, performance of moderate, and highly complex analytical process, establishing performing and documenting quality assurance, quality control and equipment maintenance, recognizing problems and assisting the Clinical Laboratory leadership in identifying causes, confirming and verifying results, principles, and instruments, correlating and interpreting data based on knowledge of factors affecting test results, data handling and input, and answering the telephone.
The Specimen Processing Lead, (known internally as Laboratory Processing Lead) performs the functions of Specimen Processor under the guided direction of the Specimen Processing Manager or designee. The Specimen Processing Lead will follow all laboratory policies and procedures and maintain accurate data reporting practices to ensure consistent and diligent execution of specimen processing. In this leadership position the Specimen Processing Lead supports the Specimen Processing Supervisor or designee and shares the responsibility of ensuring the Specimen Processing department operates effectively.
The Service Applications Engineer II is responsible for service and applications support of complex robotic workstations, qPCR instruments, as well as other laboratory equipment. They will conduct preventative maintenance and troubleshoot instrument problems by performing root cause analysis, implementing and documenting appropriate corrective actions, while maintaining instruments to peak performance for Exact Sciences Precision Oncology’s various laboratory environments. These environments include the Clinical Laboratory where our industry-leading Oncotype DX® clinical diagnostic assays are run, the R&D laboratories where new product concepts are developed, and our Manufacturing and QC laboratories, which provide high-quality reagents for use in the other lab functions within Exact Sciences.
The successful candidate will have hands-on experience with liquid handling robotics and an in-depth understanding of current laboratory instruments used for nucleic acid isolation, quantification, and downstream analysis using quantitative RT-PCR. Activities will include responding to instrument-related errors, performing root cause analysis to identify the problem, and implementing an appropriate corrective action to repair the instrument in a time-critical customer service-oriented manner. He or she will be expected to develop a working knowledge of all Exact Sciences laboratory processes and associated systems such as our Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS).
This Service Engineer II will participate in cross-functional teams working in a variety of areas. These efforts will require excellent communication and collaboration with colleagues in Process Engineering, Assay Chemistry, our Clinical and Development Laboratories, Program Management, Research, Analytical Sciences, Manufacturing, Quality Assurance, and other groups.
The ideal candidate will be working cooperatively in a dynamic and interdisciplinary laboratory environment, adapting quickly to change and new technical challenges while providing strong technical leadership. This is an excellent opportunity for a team player to participate in the growth of a fast-paced, pioneering company that is developing systematic approaches to applying genomic technology to health, disease, and medical practice.
The Clinical Laboratory Scientist I performs laboratory analysis on clinical specimens using established laboratory procedures. The Clinical Laboratory Scientist I duties will include but are not limited to; processing of specimens, performance of moderate, and highly complex analytical testing, establishing, performing and documenting quality assurance, quality control, equipment maintenance, and accurately documenting all work performed under the direction of the Laboratory Medical Director. As a Clinical Laboratory Scientist I you will recognize and resolve problems using good laboratory practices.
The shift for this position is Saturday-Tuesday, 8:00pm - 6:30am. We have full and part-time openings available!
The Clinical Development Scientist facilitates and contributes to the development and implementation of new clinical testing within the laboratory. This role serves as a scientific resource and provides up-to-date evidence relevant to test development and implementation. Knowledge of laboratory information management systems, infectious disease, genomics and molecular diagnostics is critical to the success of the Clinical Development Scientist. This role will support internal and external collaborations in partnership with the Medical Director, Clinical Laboratory Directors, Technical Transfer and clinical laboratory teams.
Genomic Health and Exact Sciences have come together to become the world's leader in Cancer Diagnostics. The vision and expertise of our employees and strategic collaborators enable us to provide life-changing, smarter answers when they’re needed the most. We are united in our commitment to pursue earlier cancer detection, treatment guidance, and monitoring.
A successful candidate for the Lead Clinical Biostatistician will hold strong statistical and computational skills to lead in the development, validation, and support of post-marketing activities for genomic assays. The Lead Clinical Biostatistician will directly partner with internal and external thought leaders in the design, analysis, reporting, and publication of clinical trials and observational studies in oncology. This position requires in-depth understanding of survival analysis and epidemiological methods.
Reporting to the Director of Process Development within Operations, the Senior Process Engineer II will provide expertise, vision, and leadership in process design and development to optimize process flow, increase consistency, improve operating sustainability and scalability, and safety of end-users. The Senior Process Engineer II will support internal development, scale-up, and ongoing improvements of existing commercialized diagnostic tests, starting with user and system requirement gathering and culminating in validation.
Efforts will encompass the generation and collection of requirements, system design and architecture, integration of subsystems, and transfer of workflow processes to Operations. The successful candidate will provide expertise in engineering design, process development, design transfer, and scale-up, and assist in problem-solving with regards to equipment, software and other systems.
He/she will participate in and lead cross-functional teams with members from many different disciplines and functional areas, including but not limited to, Engineering, Clinical Laboratory Operations, Supply Chain, Manufacturing, Biostatistics, Information Technology, Quality, R&D, and external partners and collaborators. In addition, he/she is expected to enter into this position with substantial manufacturing engineering experience and knowledge through hands-on industry experience.
The Lab Service Engineer Supervisor provides leadership support to the service engineering staff. This person is the troubleshooting point person for equipment related escalated issues. This position is primarily responsible for overseeing service engineers during their scheduled shift and ensuring day to day activities in the laboratory sufficiently meet the laboratory’s equipment needs. The Supervisor is expected to spend approximately 10% of their time performing lab service maintenance and repairs in the lab. This role reports to Lab Service Engineer Manager.
The hours for this position are Monday - Friday from 3:00pm - 12:00am.
The Bioinformatics Scientist is a creative person who will conduct the development of data mining algorithms and tools using proprietary data and databases for scientific research and cancer biomarker discovery. The position offers exciting opportunity and significant growth potential within an innovative and dynamic genomic diagnostics company. The candidate should be experienced with next-generation sequencing data analysis, algorithm development, and bioinformatics programming with Python. Strong computational, mathematical, logical skills and proven project experience with large genomic datasets essential. This position will interact with the teams in the R&D, Information Technology, and Clinical departments. Good oral and written communication skills are required.
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.
Hours: 9:00am - 5:30pm