95138, San Jose
Salary commensurate with level of experience. A comprehensive benefits package is provided.
Sep 18, 2020
Required Education
Position Type
Full time


We are currently seeking a scientist to support our internal pipeline and technology programs. He/She will perform duties involving development of gene editing and cell line engineering technologies for research discovery and manufacturing programs. We are seeking a highly innovative and creative scientist who has hands‑on experience with molecular gene editing and a core focus on  the goal of development of robust protein and antibody expression systems.

The successful candidate will be both a strong lab-based individual contributor and a team player who synergizes with other scientists. The duties of the job include experimental design and execution, analysis and interpretation of data, and verbal/written presentation of findings to the research team and management. The candidate will contribute to key discovery studies which will have a direct impact on the success of our therapeutic programs.


  • Demonstrated expertise in cutting edge gene editing technologies, including gRNA design, donor template building, genome cleavage assays, off-target editing evaluation, genomic integration analysis.
  • Extensive experience in molecular cloning, vector construction, transfection and viral infection, and transgene expression.
  • Experience in generating stable/clonal genetically modified cell lines
  • Experience in working with cGMP compliant/quality-controlled procedures is a plus
  • Requires Ph.D. degree in a biological science field and minimum 2 years postdoctoral experience in academia or industry
  • Authorization to work in the United States


  • Genetic editing/engineering of mammalian cell lines, using various transduction methods, CRISPR engineering or other novel editing platforms.
  • Develop molecular strategies for genomic engineering by applying the latest genetic manipulation technologies for optimized efficiency and specificity scalable for manufacturing processes.
  • Design, generate, and produce DNA constructs using standard cloning techniques including ligation and assembly
  • Generate stable/clonal genetically modified cell lines with comprehensive molecular and phenotypic characterization
  • Prove scientific leadership with the ability to drive innovation, lead projects and teams, solve technical problems, and work both independently and across functions.