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ABOUT SINGULAR GENOMICS 

Singular Genomics is inventing at the forefront of genomics, one of the world’s fastest-growing industries. Our novel G4 benchtop sequencer is highly versatile and designed to rapidly produce accurate DNA sequencing results. We’re actively developing our PX instrument, the world’s first integrated single-cell analysis and spatial biology platform. Singular Genomics is committed to unlocking the potential of these core technologies to reshape the future of genomics.

We foster a culture of creativity and technical excellence, both catalysts for innovation. We celebrate diversity, emphasize collaboration and, as we rapidly mature, we are constantly looking at ways we can do better for our people.

Our Headquarters are located on the Torrey Pines Mesa, in La Jolla, California at the center of the biotech hub. Our Manufacturing facility is in Sorrento Valley. This role reports into our Sorrento Valley location.

Position Summary: 

As a Manufacturing Associate Consumables, you will be responsible for producing high quality consumable items using semi-automated and manual processes at production scale to supply external and internal product needs. This includes reagent fill finish, labeling, and packaging activities along with the potential for opportunities to cross-train in other consumables manufacturing processes. 

This is a highly collaborative position and requires a great sense of teamwork and productivity. This role is ideally suited to a candidate who is self-motivated and excited by a startup environment where opportunity to rise to frequent and diverse challenges is commonly encountered. This role will be based at our Sorrento Valley Manufacturing facility.

Responsibilities: 

  • Run semi-automated reagent filler and heat-sealing systems as well as perform hand-fill and use tube capper systems to produce reagent consumable cartridges and tubes. 
  • Assemble final products, package products into boxes and apply labels. 
  • Potential to cross train in flow cell assembly processes if scale up needs arise. 
  • Produce high quality consumables using a variety of equipment and processes as scale-up occurs. 
  • Maintain excellent production records. Execute batch records and SOPs, provide input on documentation improvements. 
  • Monitor and maintain inventory of consumables parts needed for production. 
  • Assist in day-to-day setup and running of lab operations. Maintain lab in accordance with all EH&S programs. Keep equipment operational by following protocols/SOPs. 
  • Routine maintenance, testing, and calibration of lab equipment. 
  • Perform routine tasks with maximum precision and reliability and demonstrate a high level of detail orientation and organizational skills. 

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor of Science or Associates degree in a scientific field preferred.   
  • >0-2 years of relevant manufacturing laboratory experience is preferred. Experience in fill finish and packaging manufacturing desired. Experience in GMP labs a plus. 
  • Experience using a pipette and working with liquid reagents strongly preferred. 
  • Experience with following SOPs and batch records. 
  • Experience operating semi-automated lab equipment using equipment interfaces or control software. 
  • Strong written and verbal skills. 
  • Self-motivated and able to organize and prioritize multiple tasks. Highly organized and flexible.  
  • Able to physically lift, carry, and handle up to 30lbs safely. 

Singular Genomics is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. 

Singular Genomics is committed to working with and providing reasonable accommodations to job applicants with physical or mental disabilities. Applicants with a disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process can provide their name and contact information to our Accommodations team at accommodationsrequest@singulargenomics.com. Your request will be responded to as soon as possible.

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