Scientist, Cell Biology

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Employer
Berkeley Lights, Inc.
Location
Emeryville, California, US
Salary
Competitive
Posted
Jun 09, 2021
Closes
Jun 14, 2021
Ref
2219433275
Discipline
Biology, Energy
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Salary
Here at Berkeley Lights, we think cells are awesome! Cells are capable of manufacturing cures for diseases, fibers for clothing, energy in the form of biofuels, and food proteins for nutrition. So the question is, if nature is capable of manufacturing the products we need in a scalable way, why aren't we doing more of this? Well, the answer is that with the solutions available today, it is hard. It takes a long time to find the right cell for a specific job, costs lots of money, and if you have picked a suboptimal cell line, has a very low process yield. Berkeley Lights has the complete solution to find the best cells by functionally screening and recovering individual cells for antibody discovery, cell line development, T cell analysis, and synthetic biology. Our proprietary technology and BeaconĀ® and LightningTM systems accelerate the rate researchers can discover and develop cell-based products in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost of conventional, legacy research methods. Using our tools and solutions, scientists can find the best cells, the first time they look.

Our goal is to continue to collaborate with customers to drive the adoption of our technologies, making cell-based products and therapeutics more easily accessible the world over! You will play a major role here and our success depends on you! We have been changing how the world develops cell-based products since 2011, and now our family of around 200 employees welcomes you to consider joining us on this incredible journey.

Berkeley Lights is recruiting a Cell Biologist to join our R&D Life Sciences team to work in collaboration with instrument and software engineers as we scale down biology workflows to the single cell level using our platforms to achieve high throughput, automated solutions for assay development. The candidate will work closely with our research and applications development teams to build upon our current capabilities and transition biology workflows to the nanoscale. The ideal candidate will have strong troubleshooting skills, enjoy being at the bench and creating new reagents assays and protocols. As well as having the ability to collaborate on inventing and quickly diverging from established protocols to generate iterative, novel solutions to complex and fun challenges. The number one requirement for this position is that you're a stellar molecular biologist who enjoys new challenges at the bench.
Responsibilities
  • Work within the R&D team to design, develop and implement novel cell and molecular biological assays on the Berkeley Lights platforms.
  • Design and generate molecular biology tools to support development of new assays and reagents
  • Work with small input samples such a single-cells or pico gram amounts of DNA/RNA
  • Work closely with a diverse team of biologists, bioinformaticians, engineers and other scientists to adapt existing cell biological assays to the single cell level.
  • Innovate new and creative solutions to working at the single cell level
  • Present data internally to development teams, management and executives to inform and drive new product development
Additional Skills & Qualifications
  • Skilled problem solver with the ability to troubleshoot existing protocols as well as develop new protocols and kits.
  • Comfortable learning and working with new technology and helping provide solutions outside of your area of expertise
  • A working knowledge of antibody discovery, antibody therapeutics or cell line development
  • Quickly learn new concepts and protocols from primary literature and develop new expertise in a short amount of time
  • Ability to work in high pace environment, with rapid experimental design iterations and short timelines
  • A team first attitude and ability to function well in a matrixed organization
  • Proficient data analysis skills; experience with data-mining software (e.g. Tableau, Spotfire) is desired.
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