Invitae is dedicated to bringing comprehensive genetic information into mainstream medicine to improve healthcare for billions of people. Our team is driven to make a difference for the patients we serve. We are leading the transformation of the genetics industry by making genetic testing affordable and accessible for everyone to guide health decisions across all stages of life.
The Software Quality Engineer will support software Infrastructure for Product and Non-Product software, automated manufacturing test and clinical data collection and analysis will be responsible for performing software quality roles for authoring, testing, organizing, and supporting software compliance to ensure goals and objectives are being met. Post market product software maintenance and change control will also be supported.  This position will serve as a subject matter expert on Archer’s product and non-product software risk based design lifecycle, non-product software tool documentation, cybersecurity and data privacy compliance. This position is expected to implement author software quality documentation, interface and collaborate with non-product software suppliers for custom developed software infrastructure systems for Invitae.

  • Support product and non-product software projects to continuously evaluate compliance, validation efforts, and effectiveness.
  • Interface with functional department leads to identify product and non-product software gaps, improvements, and oversee the validation and software performance to insure the product and non-product software and processes meet quality requirements/standards.
  • Execution will include collaborating, via review and authoring of documents, with Archer’s product and non-product software used to support product verification, manufacturing, process validation, clinical data collection/data management and in the creation of software documentation to support validated software design, development, verification and review by regulatory authorities.  Where appropriate, interface with external resources, such as consultants, on key initiatives with management on timelines, costs and execution. 
  • Support product and non-product software risk assessment, cybersecurity design considerations, development of software user needs and requirements, validation test protocol authoring and execution, and software configuration management.
  • Support product and non-product software execution of validation supporting IT infrastructure such as Archer’s MES, ERP, eQMS software, clinical data collection systems & analysis software, and clinical data storage. Work with key stakeholders among Archer’s IT, data management and clinical teams and support validation of data integrity, security, audit readiness, privacy (HIPAA, GDPR, etc.), data retention, storage and recovery.  Support improvement of Archer’s quality and compliance for product and non-product software and tools
  • Assess Archer’s infrastructure needs to create and execute and validation planning to ensure proper support for Archer’s non-product software and infrastructure needs.
  • Support product and non-product software audits, as a subject matter expert, when working with external business partners and regulatory authorities. When assigned findings for closure, demonstrate accountability and a commitment to continuous improvement by resolving issues.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
  • Minimum of 3 years in software testing to support software used in a regulated industry, with 3 or more years of experience in software quality assurance and/or software tool validation.
  • Demonstrable experience in performing software risk assessment, software validation & testing. Good technical writing skills with hands-on experience authoring, peer-reviewing and defending software documentation for non-product, test data infrastructure and non-product tools.
  • Ability to speak and defend software validation documentation to external auditing authorities.
  • Certifications, such as ASQ, in quality assurance preferred.
  • Ability to interact with multiple disciplines and communicate clearly and effectively verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to work independently and utilize good problem-solving skills.
  • Ability to multitask and work within a fast-paced dynamic team environment. Archer is interested in a subject matter expert who will build collaboration among key departments rather than define functional boundaries.
  • Desired experience and standards knowledge for the following:  21 CFR Part 11, ISO 13485, ISO 14971, 62304, GAMP, GDPR, HIPAA, Cybersecurity
  • Minimum B.A. or B.S., preferably in engineering or other technical discipline

Invitae offers a competitive total rewards package, which includes healthcare coverage, 401k, and a broad range of other benefits, outlined below:
Health, dental, vision, short- and long-term disability, and basic life insurance coverage
Paid time off, holiday pay, parental leave, and other health and wellness supports

In Colorado, our competitive compensation package includes a base salary starting from $90,000.  In determining the final salary offered, we will evaluate a specific candidate's geographic location, education, skills, and experience.

At Invitae, we value diversity and provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

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