Laboratory Analyst at Notable Labs
San Francisco, CA, US
We’re looking for curious, inspired, entrepreneurial Scientists to join our Laboratory team. We work in a fast-paced environment that thrives on creativity, learning, and innovation. Given our small size, you’ll be able to make valuable contributions to the goals and strategic direction of both the science team and the company broadly. Just as you are investing in us, we want to invest in you. Working alongside our existing team, you’ll have generous opportunities for personal and professional growth. As a member of a transformative translational medicine platform, you’ll personally have a direct impact on patient outcomes and the future of cancer care.

This is a full time salaried position with a five day work week of Tuesday- Saturday and an average shift of 7am- 4pm

What you will do:

Perform high complexity testing on clinical specimens in accordance with standard operating procedures
Perform, review, and document laboratory quality control procedures
Independently identify and troubleshoot issues that could adversely affect test performance
Document all corrective actions taken when test systems deviate from the laboratory's established performance specifications
Collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams to develop, execute, and improve laboratory processes and procedures to meet Quality Systems
Participate in validation and technology transfer of new assays from R&D to production

Who you are and what you bring to the role:

Experience working in a fast-paced environment
Ability to respond to quickly changing priorities
Compassion for cancer patients and passion for reinventing cancer treatment
Hustle and relentless resourcefulness
Excellent time management and creative problem solving skills
Meticulous attention to detail
Self-starting, flexible, positive mindset
Strong written and oral communication skills and enthusiasm
Collaborative, team-player attitude
Ability to accommodate last minute scheduling changes or needs
Available to work a Tuesday- Saturday work week

Technical Qualifications:

A B.A, B.S., M.A. or M.S. in chemical, physical, biological science, or medical technology
Minimum of 3 years of test performance experience in research, diagnostic, or clinical settings
Previous experience performing flow cytometry, clinical chemistry, hematology, cytology, cell-based assays, or other equivalent clinical laboratory testing
Experience in developing procedures, process improvement, and quality assurance
Knowledge of regulatory requirements (GCLP, CLIA, GMP, CFR)

Extra Credit:

Experience with automation and high throughput screening assays
Mammalian cell culture experience
Novel assay design and development

Why you should join us:

The opportunity to directly fight cancer, one patient at a time
Exposure to experts from a diverse backgrounds ranging from engineering, data science, operations, clinical medicine, patient advocacy, and beyond
Incredible growth opportunities
Outstanding healthcare benefits
Flexible vacation policy

About Notable Labs:

Changing the way cancer is treated is our mission, which starts with putting patients first. We’ve developed a high throughput robotic lab platform that uses a patient’s live tumor cells -- in a microenvironment that mimics the human body -- to predict the safest and most effective cancer treatments. We screen thousands of FDA-approved drug combinations against the patient's own cancer cells to identify drug combinations that can be immediately prescribed by their doctor without a clinical trial. The end result of our process is a report which prioritizes therapeutic options for the patient based on how well the treatment targets their cancer cells relative to healthy cells. Our platform is also used by a number of biotech and pharmaceutical partners to test the biological impact of novel drug combinations in a physiologically relevant environment, which improves and accelerates the drug development process. We harness the power of data science, lab automation, and software engineering to personalize cancer treatment and enhance drug development.

Our investors include Founders Fund, First Round Capital, Y Combinator, several prominent angels and seed-stage funds, and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure, a venture philanthropy firm founded by Steve Case. We have offices and a laboratory in San Francisco’s SoMa district.

At Notable Labs we value diversity and are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.