About the Role:
Inscopix is well known for having knowledgeable and energetic Field Scientific Consultants to support our customers and ensure their scientific success using our products. We're looking to hire in our team someone to partner with our customers located in the US Region. As our Field Scientific Consultant in the West Coast, you'll provide post-sales training and scientific consultation on experimental design and data analysis for our customers based in the Bay Area, Seattle, and San Diego. You will accelerate project success and progression to publication, plus offer technical advice to additional scientists. If you enjoy being in a customer facing role, giving guidance to neuroscientists, and like working for a collaborative team, this could be the right role for you.
Here's more about what you'll doing:
- Partner with sales team on technical presentations/seminars in the efforts to reach commercial team goals and increase awareness of Inscopix solutions
- Bring customer ideas and challenges into Product Development strategy and priorities
- Demonstrate customer commitment through frequent and regular engagement with customers and executing timely complaint resolution
- Supporting other regions as needed on collaborations with the broader team
- PhD in Neuroscience or closely related field in the Biological Sciences
- Expertise with in vivo calcium imaging (1P or 2P), fiber photometry, in vivo electrophysiology and/or optogenetics OR experience with Inscopix products
- Excellent time management and organizational skills with the ability to work independently and within a team-centric environment
- Enjoys being an advocate for customers and being patient as they learn our products
- Strong oral, written, and presentation skills, with experience presenting technical topics in academia and industry environments
- Ability and interest to travel between 25-50%
- Demonstrated ability to publish in peer reviewed scientific journals
- Remote position based in the Bay Area, Seattle, or San Diego
- Must be COVID-19 vaccinated in accordance with our policy around contagious diseases
Decoding the neural language of the brain is the defining scientific challenge and opportunity of the 21st Century. Inscopix is a discovery phase neurotechnology company based in Palo Alto developing a platform and full stack for real-time brain mapping. Our team brings together deep domain expertise in neuroscience, physics, engineering, software development, and data science and is enabling radically new approaches to understanding the brain in health and disease. nVista, nVoke, and nVue, our flagship products, are in use today at over 600 research institutions across the world, and have resulted in over 180 top-tier scientific publications on learning, memory, cognition, and on the brain circuits implicated in diseases such as Parkinson’s. Our instrumentation products are accompanied with sophisticated data analysis software as part of end-to-end solutions for generating and analyzing brain activity data. Inscopix has been recognized as a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, and by Deloitte as one of North America’s fastest growing technology companies.
Inscopix is an equal opportunity employer.
Inscopix welcomes and values diversity and we encourage candidates that are underrepresented in STEM fields to apply. Since our technology impact people of different backgrounds, thoughts and beliefs, we feel it’s critical to employ people that reflect the diversity of people our technology is set out to help. Employment decisions at Inscopix are based on business needs, job requirements and individual qualifications without regard to race, color, religion, gender identity and/or expression, ethnic or national origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, disability, HIV status, sexual orientation, marital or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, family medical or genetic history or any other protected status. Inscopix is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind.