Company Summary:  Terray Therapeutics is a venture-backed biotechnology company led by pioneers and long-time leaders in artificial intelligence, biology, medicinal chemistry, automation, and nanotechnology. We’re generating chemical data purpose-built to propel drug discovery into the information age — and we’re doing it on a larger scale and faster than has ever before been possible.

Our closed loop system generates precise chemical datasets at unrivaled scale that work seamlessly with AI to systematically map biochemical interactions between small molecules and causes of disease. Iterative cycles of virtual molecular design and experimentation power AI and machine learning models, which in turn guide the next cycle of design. With a chemistry engine that measures billions of interactions daily and becomes increasingly precise with every cycle, we can answer an unprecedented array of questions — deriving insights that enable us to predictably create drugs for patients in need.

Position Summary: We are seeking an Administrative Assistant to be a key part of our team. The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for:

  • Shipping and receiving packages
  • Adding chemicals and proteins to the electronic inventory
  • Coordinating lunch for the team
  • Interacting with external vendors to schedule recurring deliveries or pickups for the Lab 
  • Monitoring and restocking of PPE for scientist as well as commonly used lab supplies
  • Letting in visitors
  • Ordering and maintaining an inventory of office supplies 
  • Offer onsite support to the virtual lab manager
  • Office upkeep and general support
  • Scheduling various events
  • Other tasks as required

Required Qualifications:

  • Excellent attention to detail and a can-do attitude 
  • Strong written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills
  • Desire to be a team player in a cross-functional environment
  • Bachelor's degree is preferred though not required

Given the company's size, anticipated growth and fast-paced environment, the organization requires an Administrative Assistant who is thoughtful, high energy and can partner with the broader organization to further enhance our Company's operations.

She /he will exhibit the ability to work well under pressure to provide results in a short timeframe. The company is looking for a highly responsive, goal-oriented individual who will bring significant energy and drive to the company.

Compensation Details: $62,500-$84,000 (annually) depending on seniority; participation in the Company's option plan; 3% 401K contribution; full benefits

 

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