Careers

If you are interested in working in a dynamic biotechnology environment that is challenging, rewarding and a source of personal pride and growth, we're interested in hearing from you! Pacific Biomarkers is located in Seattle, surrounded by mountains, forests and waterways of the Pacific Northwest.

Employment Package

  • Competitive Salary
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Plans
  • Life Insurance, AD&D
  • Two weeks paid vacation
  • Ten days paid holidays
  • STD (Short Term Disability) benefits
  • Casual working environment
  • Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Accounts
  • 401k Plan
  • Central Location in Seattle

Apply To:

Pacific Biomarkers
Human Resources
645 Elliott Ave W, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98119
OR e-mail resume to:
Careers@pacbio.com



Accepting Resumes For The Following Positions:

Sr. Project ManagerClick to Expand

Experience and Qualifications

  • Must have professional experience working as a Project Manager for at least six years, preferably with clinical trial operations
  • Must possess good written and interpersonal communication skills and be able to work effectively in a team
  • Must be extremely detail oriented, well organized and committed to maintaining rigorous documentation standards
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (especially Word, Powerpoint and Excel)
  • Previous experience in a clinical or research laboratory and familiarity with Laboratory Information Systems a plus
  • Lead or supervisory experience desirable

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree required; life or medical sciences preferred
  • Certification in project management and clinical trials desirable

Position Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the successful conduct of assigned projects including the on time provision of client deliverables
  • Communicate the needs of the client or study to the appropriate PacBio department and serve as liaison between client and PacBio
  • Prepare study plans, central lab materials and documents, and sample analysis reports
  • Project and monitor study revenue and other study metrics
Associate Scientist, Business DevelopmentClick to Expand

Position Summary

The Associate Scientist, Business Development serves as the company’s scientific marketing and sales professional and is accountable for advancing and maximizing current sales and sales backlog by applying a technical and scientific sales approach. Assesses potential markets and clients, and implements technical and scientific marketing initiatives, projects, and programs. As part of a team, seeks business opportunities, prepares proposals containing work plans, scope, and financial arrangements, makes presentations, and conducts negotiations with prospective clients.

Education:

The position requires a Bachelor in Science (Master preferred) in a biomedical field (or equivalent) with strong and solid experience of minimum five years of sales and marketing in contract research organizations, preferably organizations dealing with laboratory testing for clinical trials.

Experience and Qualifications

  • Five years of sales and marketing experience in contract research organizations
  • Clinical and/or research laboratory experience
  • Experience with clinical trial research

Job Skills & Responsibilities:

  • Technical and scientific understanding of the principles of basic immunoassay technology and their implementation and use for clinical trials
  • Specialization in the principles and techniques for marketing, business development, sales, and customer retention programs
  • Well-developed skills using office productivity applications such as spreadsheets, databases, and presentation graphics
  • Well-developed human relations skills to prepare and deliver formal presentations to large audiences, communicate creative and concepts to others, negotiate sales contracts, resolve conflicts, and build productive relationships with customers
  • Advanced English language skills to prepare descriptive proposals, professional communications, and visual presentations
  • Significant business travel will be required
Research Associate IIClick to Expand
  • Work Schedule: Full Time Position 40 hrs/wk
  • Start Date: Immediate
  • Salary: TBD DOE
  • Reports To: VP of Laboratory Services

Experience and Qualifications

  • Prefer minimum of two years research or clinical laboratory experience with biochemistry techniques; extensive ELISA experience: two years experience with high volume testing with emphasis on autochemistry analyzers.
  • Experience with troubleshooting and editing multipoint nonlinear calibration curves. Excellent pipeting technique under high volume conditions is essential.
  • Experience with assays optimization and validation is desired.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office products, Excel and Word.
  • Possess good communication and writing skills and able to work effectively in a team when performing assays.
  • Must be detail oriented, well organized and committed to mastering rigorous documentation standards related to GLP standards and pharmaceutical clinical trials.

Education:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree in medical technology, Chemistry, Biology or related science. At least 2 years of experience in a clinical or bio-analytical laboratory setting preferred.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Perform immunogenicity or clinical chemistry testing in a reference laboratory that provides testing support to clinical trials. Testing methods utilized are complex, problematic and produced in high volume. The procedural steps are performed by a team in a fast paced environment and documented using GLP practices. Results are reported through an LIS designed for clinical trials. Excellent multi-tasking skills are required to cope with the execution of multiple test methods simultaneously.
Clinical Laboratory TechnologistClick to Expand
  • Work Schedule: Full Time Position 40 hrs/wk
  • Start Date: Immediate
  • Salary: TBD
  • Reports To: Director Laboratory Operations

Experience and Qualifications

  • Recent Medical Technology graduates will be considered.
  • Experience with reviewing QC data for trends and shifts. Experience with documenting resolution of QC results outside acceptable limits. Familiar with elements required for Competency testing.
  • Experience with bench level training of new employees.
  • Prefer two years experience with RIA or ELISA and clinical chemistry automation.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office products, Excel and Word.
  • Possess good communication and writing skills and able to work effectively in a team.
  • Must be detail oriented, well organized and committed to mastering rigorous documentation standards related to pharmaceutical clinical trials.

Education:

  • Minimum Bachelor’s degree and Medical Technology or Clinical Laboratory Scientist certification.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Perform esoteric clinical chemistry testing in a laboratory that provides testing support to clinical trials and diagnostic manufacturers.


We currently have no other open positions.