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Job Locations US-CA-South San Francisco
Would you like to join an innovative team creating technology to power groundbreaking insights in academic, clinical, pharma and biotech research? It is an extraordinary time for Fluidigm. Our technology is empowering customers to improve life through comprehensive health insight. We invite you to join a leading provider of indispensable life sciences tools that is accelerating global research on multiple frontiers of human health. At Fluidigm we are also building a positive culture where our people can do the best work of their careers, informed and influenced by our core values: • Create what customers need next • Drive to make a difference • Collaborate and learn • Step up   Fluidigm is looking for a Research Associate I to support the Therapeutic Insights Initiative. Description: • Perform antibody-metal tag conjugations for a multitude of antibody/tag    combination for use in multiplex assays • Perform verification studies on new metal-conjugated antibody products for use    with our Mass Cytometry and Imaging Mass Cytometry (IMC) technology • Perform tissue sectioning on FFPE blocks • Perform immunostaining on FFPE and frozen tissue sections • Image stained tissues using IMC laser ablation • Maintain records and laboratory environment to comply with regulatory      requirements, good laboratory practices, and standard operating procedures • Maintain laboratory equipment as needed • Enjoy a highly competitive compensation package, including better-than-average    benefits and growth opportunities, as well as a dynamic and rewarding company    culture • Have fun, be fully engaged and promise to have a life beyond "work" Qualifications: • Bachelor’s degree in Biology, Chemistry or other equivalent scientific discipline • Minimum of 1-3 years of laboratory experience in the Biotech industry required • Previous work experience with microtome and performing immunostaining of    FFPE and frozen tissue sections required • Prior experience with immunofluorescence, immunohistochemistry and/or Mass   Cytometry a plus • Working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, Powerpoint • Ability to pick up new technologies quickly and ultimately troubleshoot    independently • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced, teamwork-oriented environment • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Ready to join an industry leader with a bold and ambitious mission that is enabling advancements in human health? Apply online with your resume!   Fluidigm is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.
Req No.
2020-3199
Category
Research & Development
Job Locations UK
Field Applications Specialist     As a Field Applications Scientist based in either UK or Europe you will cover Nordics, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa supporting customers and distributors. You will provide remote and on-site customer training and applications support, facilitate instrument sales by conducting technical seminars and product demonstrations, and manage customer sites with the goal of maximizing use of the Fluidigm microfluidic genomics platforms in the field.  If you enjoy bringing new technologies to market, embrace challenge, and work well in a flexible and multidisciplinary environment, then this position may be for you.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES: - Conduct on-site customer training courses. - Provide phone, email, and in-person customer applications support, including troubleshooting issues related to user technical skill, instrument operation, experimental design, and data analysis. - Assist in the creation and review of technical materials (manuals, application notes, presentations). - Provide technical sales support by conducting applications-based seminars and product demonstrations. - Manage proof-of-principle experiments for potential customers evaluating or writing grant applications for purchase of the BioMark, Juno, or C1 instruments. - Conduct new product evaluation/testing with R&D and beta test sites. - Provide constructive personal and customer feedback to R&D team. - Create and maintain support information in the company enterprise database. - Communicate project status, issues to management, users and staff.   EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: - MS. degree in Biological Sciences and 3-5 years of hands-on lab experience in Life Sciences required. - Preferred Masters or Ph.D. in Biochemistry or Molecular Biology or related discipline. - Previous experience in field applications support is desired. - Skilled in troubleshooting software, instrumentation, applications, and analysis of qPCR, SNP Genotyping and NGS applications required. - High level bioinformatics skills are highly desirable. - Proficient in Word, Excel, Powerpoint. - Able to travel at least 60% of the time. - Excellent organizational skills and technical writing ability. - Strong communication skills and experience delivering scientific presentations. - Commitment to customer service. - Independent thinker with excellent problem solving and interpersonal skills. - Collaborative attitude within and outside own discipline. - Fluent in oral and written English required
Req No.
2020-3170
Category
Technical Support
Job Locations NL-Amsterdam
Would you like to join an innovative team creating technology to power groundbreaking insights in academic, clinical, pharma and biotech research?   It is an extraordinary time for Fluidigm. Our technology is empowering customers to improve life through comprehensive health insight. We invite you to join a leading provider of indispensable life sciences tools that is accelerating global research on multiple frontiers of human health. At Fluidigm we are also building a positive culture where our people can do the best work of their careers, informed and influenced by our core values: - Create what customers need next. - Drive to make a difference. - Collaborate and learn. - Step up.   Fluidigm is looking for a Regional Sales Manager. The Microfluidic Genomics Business Development Manager is responsible for leading the Fluidigm market and commercial development strategy and tactics for the Fluidigm Library Prep, RNA-Seq, Oncology Panels and qPCR products in the territory, to achieve market penetration and financial objectives.   Description: - Strong selling skills from qualification through the sales cycle - Ensure positioning of Microfluidic Genomics products (NGS Library Prep, RNA-Seq and qPCR Instruments, Software and Consumables) consistently with market opportunities, changing competitive landscape, and new technologies - Establish strong working relationships and business opportunities with strategic Accounts, Genomics Networks and Associations in the territory - Participate in scientific conferences, tradeshows and related field support activities - Identify and implement business and market development opportunities with new Partners and/or OEMs - Work closely with Corporate and European teams, across functions and geographies, to define and execute specific market development initiatives - Working together with Marketing function, contribute to leads generation - Monitor and report regional market trends, collect and manage competitive intelligence and market data, identifying new market opportunities - Contribute to the definition of global Microfluidics Genomics Product strategy - Close high-quality sales prospects to meet sales targets - Maintain profit margins through effective sales negotiation Autonomous and self-driven with strong collaborative skills across local team - Active support to quarterly forecasting and annual revenue plan creation - Represent the company professionally, ethically and morally at all times   Minimum Requirements: - Minimum five years of successful sales and/or business development experience in Life Sciences or Diagnostics - MSc or PhD in Life Sciences (molecular biology and/or immuno-oncology preferred), with direct Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) experience - Professional market development and/or marketing qualification, to MBA or equivalent level, would be an advantage - Data driven decision making individual, with ability to translate strategic plans into actions for continuous improvement - Ability to synthesize large quantities of information and articulate high-level summaries and priorities - Sound business acumen with keen business development understanding - Knowledge of Fluidigm Microfluidics Genomics products and value propositions, would be an advantage - Ability to work effectively in a matrix environment - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills - Cross cultural agility and sensitivity - Potential to become a larger part of the organization in the foreseeable future - Fluency in Dutch and English; an additional European language would be an advantage - Willingness to travel up to 70% of time, primarily across the territory   Ready to join an industry leader with a bold and ambitious mission that is enabling advancements in human health? Apply online with your resume!     Fluidigm is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.
Req No.
2020-3160
Category
Sales
Job Locations Germany
Regional Sales Manager, Genomics, Germany (South)    SUMMARY The Microfluidic Genomics Business Development Manager is responsible for leading the Fluidigm market and commercial development strategy and tactics for the Fluidigm Library Prep, RNA-Seq, Oncology Panels and qPCR products in the territory, to achieve market penetration and financial objectives.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Strong selling skills from qualification through the sales cycle - Ensure positioning of Microfluidic Genomics products (NGS Library Prep, RNA-Seq and qPCR Instruments, Software and Consumables) consistently with market opportunities, changing competitive landscape, and new technologies - Establish strong working relationships and business opportunities with strategic Accounts, Genomics Networks and Associations in the territory - Participate in scientific conferences, tradeshows and related field support activities - Identify and implement business and market development opportunities with new Partners and/or OEMs - Work closely with Corporate and European teams, across functions and geographies, to define and execute specific market development initiatives - Working together with Marketing function, contribute to leads generation - Monitor and report regional market trends, collect and manage competitive intelligence and market data, identifying new market opportunities - Contribute to the definition of global Microfluidics Genomics Product strategy - Close high-quality sales prospects to meet sales targets - Maintain profit margins through effective sales negotiation Autonomous and self-driven with strong collaborative skills across local team - Active support to quarterly forecasting and annual revenue plan creation - Represent the company professionally, ethically and morally at all times   EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS - Minimum five years of successful sales and/or business development experience in Life Sciences or Diagnostics - MSc or PhD in Life Sciences (molecular biology and/or immuno-oncology preferred), with direct Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) experience - Professional market development and/or marketing qualification, to MBA or equivalent level, would be an advantage - Data driven decision making individual, with ability to translate strategic plans into actions for continuous improvement - Ability to synthesize large quantities of information and articulate high-level summaries and priorities - Sound business acumen with keen business development understanding - Knowledge of Fluidigm Microfluidics Genomics products and value propositions, would be an advantage - Ability to work effectively in a matrix environment - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills - Cross cultural agility and sensitivity - Potential to become a larger part of the organization in the foreseeable future - Fluency in German and English; an additional European language would be an advantage - Willingness to travel up to 70% of time, primarily across the territory
Req No.
2020-3159
Category
Sales
Job Locations Germany
Regional Sales Manager, GENOMICS, Germany (North)     SUMMARY The Microfluidic Genomics Business Development Manager is responsible for leading the Fluidigm market and commercial development strategy and tactics for the Fluidigm Library Prep, RNA-Seq, Oncology Panels and qPCR products in the territory, to achieve market penetration and financial objectives.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Strong selling skills from qualification through the sales cycle - Ensure positioning of Microfluidic Genomics products (NGS Library Prep, RNA-Seq and qPCR Instruments, Software and Consumables) consistently with market opportunities, changing competitive landscape, and new technologies - Establish strong working relationships and business opportunities with strategic Accounts, Genomics Networks and Associations in the territory - Participate in scientific conferences, tradeshows and related field support activities - Identify and implement business and market development opportunities with new Partners and/or OEMs - Work closely with Corporate and European teams, across functions and geographies, to define and execute specific market development initiatives - Working together with Marketing function, contribute to leads generation - Monitor and report regional market trends, collect and manage competitive intelligence and market data, identifying new market opportunities - Contribute to the definition of global Microfluidics Genomics Product strategy - Close high-quality sales prospects to meet sales targets - Maintain profit margins through effective sales negotiation Autonomous and self-driven with strong collaborative skills across local team - Active support to quarterly forecasting and annual revenue plan creation - Represent the company professionally, ethically and morally at all times   EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS - Minimum five years of successful sales and/or business development experience in Life Sciences or Diagnostics - MSc or PhD in Life Sciences (molecular biology and/or immuno-oncology preferred), with direct Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) experience - Professional market development and/or marketing qualification, to MBA or equivalent level, would be an advantage - Data driven decision making individual, with ability to translate strategic plans into actions for continuous improvement - Ability to synthesize large quantities of information and articulate high-level summaries and priorities - Sound business acumen with keen business development understanding - Knowledge of Fluidigm Microfluidics Genomics products and value propositions, would be an advantage - Ability to work effectively in a matrix environment - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills - Cross cultural agility and sensitivity - Potential to become a larger part of the organization in the foreseeable future - Fluency in German and English; an additional European language would be an advantage - Willingness to travel up to 70% of time, primarily across the territory
Req No.
2020-3158
Category
Sales
Job Locations FR
MICROFLUIDICS GENOMICS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER, France, South     SUMMARY The Microfluidic Genomics Business Development Manager is responsible for leading the Fluidigm market and commercial development strategy and tactics for the Fluidigm Library Prep, RNA-Seq, Oncology Panels and qPCR products in the territory, to achieve market penetration and financial objectives.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Strong selling skills from qualification through the sales cycle - Ensure positioning of Microfluidic Genomics products (NGS Library Prep, RNA-Seq and qPCR Instruments, Software and Consumables) consistently with market opportunities, changing competitive landscape, and new technologies - Establish strong working relationships and business opportunities with strategic Accounts, Genomics Networks and Associations in the territory - Participate in scientific conferences, tradeshows and related field support activities - Identify and implement business and market development opportunities with new Partners and/or OEMs - Work closely with Corporate and European teams, across functions and geographies, to define and execute specific market development initiatives - Working together with Marketing function, contribute to leads generation - Monitor and report regional market trends, collect and manage competitive intelligence and market data, identifying new market opportunities - Contribute to the definition of global Microfluidics Genomics Product strategy - Close high-quality sales prospects to meet sales targets - Maintain profit margins through effective sales negotiation Autonomous and self-driven with strong collaborative skills across local team - Active support to quarterly forecasting and annual revenue plan creation - Represent the company professionally, ethically and morally at all times   EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS - Minimum five years of successful sales and/or business development experience in Life Sciences or Diagnostics - MSc or PhD in Life Sciences (molecular biology and/or immuno-oncology preferred), with direct Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) experience - Professional market development and/or marketing qualification, to MBA or equivalent level, would be an advantage - Data driven decision making individual, with ability to translate strategic plans into actions for continuous improvement - Ability to synthesize large quantities of information and articulate high-level summaries and priorities - Sound business acumen with keen business development understanding - Knowledge of Fluidigm Microfluidics Genomics products and value propositions, would be an advantage - Ability to work effectively in a matrix environment - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills - Cross cultural agility and sensitivity - Potential to become a larger part of the organization in the foreseeable future - Fluency in French and English; an additional European language would be an advantage - Willingness to travel up to 70% of time, primarily across the territory
Req No.
2020-3157
Category
Sales
Job Locations US-CA-South San Francisco
Would you like to join an innovative team creating technology to power groundbreaking insights in academic, clinical, pharma and biotech research?   It is an extraordinary time for Fluidigm. Our technology is empowering customers to improve life through comprehensive health insight. We invite you to join a leading provider of indispensable life sciences tools that is accelerating global research on multiple frontiers of human health.   At Fluidigm we are also building a positive culture where our people can do the best work of their careers, informed and influenced by our core values: • Create what customers need next. • Drive to make a difference. • Collaborate and learn. • Step up.   Fluidigm is looking for a Research Associate II to join our Genomics Research and Development Group. The successful candidate will participate in the development of innovative new genomics products and applications based on Fluidigm’s integrated fluidic circuits (IFCs).   Description: • Execute experiments using a range of molecular biology techniques including PCR, qPCR, and next generation DNA sequencing (NGS) • Perform gene expression and NGS experiments using IFCs to develop and validate assay panels • Extract DNA and RNA using internally developed protocols • Perform development and validation studies • Develop and follow well-documented SOPs • Prepare reports for internal and external review • Interface with cross functional work teams such as Reagent Manufacturing, and Quality Assurance • Maintain records and laboratory environment to comply with regulatory requirements, good laboratory practices, and standard operating procedures • Maintain manufacturing instruments and laboratory equipment as needed Minimum Qualifications: • Preferred BS in related fields to Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Microbiology, Immunology, etc. • Minimum of 3 years of laboratory experience required preferably some time in industry or as a graduate student • Previous work experience performing the following techniques:  PCR  qPCR or real-time PCR  DNA and RNA extraction  Protein purification  Immunofluorescence and Immunohistochemistry  ELISA  Tissue Culture  Flow Cytometry  Antibody Conjugation • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Working knowledge of MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint • Ability to pick up new technologies quickly and ultimately troubleshoot independently • Ability to multitask in a fast-paced, teamwork-oriented environment • Experience working with or in groups outside of R&D such as Manufacturing and Quality Control is preferred Ready to join an industry leader with a bold and ambitious mission that is enabling advancements in human health? Apply online with your resume!   Fluidigm is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We will consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status.
Req No.
2019-3093
Category
Research & Development
Job Locations FR
    SUMMARY The Regional Sales Manager, Genomics, France (North), is responsible for leading the Fluidigm market and commercial development strategy and tactics for the Fluidigm Library Prep, RNA-Seq, Oncology Panels and qPCR products in the territory, to achieve market penetration and financial objectives.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - Strong selling skills from qualification through the sales cycle - Ensure positioning of Microfluidic Genomics products (NGS Library Prep, RNA-Seq and qPCR Instruments, Software and Consumables) consistently with market opportunities, changing competitive landscape, and new technologies - Establish strong working relationships and business opportunities with strategic Accounts, Genomics Networks and Associations in the territory - Participate in scientific conferences, tradeshows and related field support activities - Identify and implement business and market development opportunities with new Partners and/or OEMs - Work closely with Corporate and European teams, across functions and geographies, to define and execute specific market development initiatives - Working together with Marketing function, contribute to leads generation - Monitor and report regional market trends, collect and manage competitive intelligence and market data, identifying new market opportunities - Contribute to the definition of global Microfluidics Genomics Product strategy - Close high-quality sales prospects to meet sales targets - Maintain profit margins through effective sales negotiation Autonomous and self-driven with strong collaborative skills across local team - Active support to quarterly forecasting and annual revenue plan creation - Represent the company professionally, ethically and morally at all times   EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/SKILLS - Minimum five years of successful sales and/or business development experience in Life Sciences or Diagnostics - MSc or PhD in Life Sciences (molecular biology and/or immuno-oncology preferred), with direct Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) experience - Professional market development and/or marketing qualification, to MBA or equivalent level, would be an advantage - Data driven decision making individual, with ability to translate strategic plans into actions for continuous improvement - Ability to synthesize large quantities of information and articulate high-level summaries and priorities - Sound business acumen with keen business development understanding - Knowledge of Fluidigm Microfluidics Genomics products and value propositions, would be an advantage - Ability to work effectively in a matrix environment - Excellent interpersonal and communications skills - Cross cultural agility and sensitivity - Potential to become a larger part of the organization in the foreseeable future - Fluency in English; an additional European language would be an advantage - Willingness to travel up to 70% of time, primarily across the territory
Req No.
2019-3080
Category
Sales