Scientist I

Seattle, WA
Salary will depend upon education and experience
Nov 03, 2020
Required Education
Masters Degree/MBA
Position Type
Full time


InBios International, Inc. is a leading medical diagnostic company focused on infectious diseases that affect global health. We specialize in the design, development, and manufacture of superior quality products that are accurate, easy to use and cost effective for the global marketplace. To that end we have a diverse, well-trained, and highly educated group of dedicated employees each of whom contributes to our ability to deliver reliable and practical solutions for challenging infectious disease diagnosis.

Located in the dynamic South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, InBios maintains a culture where each employee can make a direct contribution that results in growth for the individual and company. Employees are encouraged to interact directly with one another and collaborate regardless of position. We welcome risk-takers and appreciate new ideas and approaches to solving problems.

InBios offers competitive wages and a rich benefit package which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401(k), and performance-based rewards. InBios is committed to work/life balance and provides paid vacation and sick time including a weeklong, paid shutdown during December.


We are seeking a highly motivated and creative scientists to develop next-generation technologies and contribute to driving immunodiagnostic development. This is a full-time, hands-on bench scientist position in an FDA regulated environment. The successful candidate will support the invention, design, and implementation of immune/bioassay methods to drive diagnostic development. A strong foundation in assay development, immunology, molecular biology, and cell biology is required for this position.

Experience and knowledge needed to be successful in this position

  • Ph. D. or MS in any discipline of life science areas.
  • 3-5 years’ experience in relevant areas of science with a proven track record.
  • Well versant and proven track records with development of rapid lateral flow and ELISA types of immunoassays.
  • Proficient in evaluating experimental results and data analysis and making recommendations on the next steps.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills are required. The ability to work constructively on a team is required.
  • Knowledgeable about working in an FDA regulated environment.
  • Ability to multitask.
  • Proficient with presenting data and communicating scientifc matters clearly.
  • Able to develop new product ideas with preliminary data.
  • Excellent time management, planning, and monitoring skills in order to consistently meet project milestones and target dates.
  • Should be able to publish.

What are your job responsibilities?

Primary duties will include:

  • Contribute to the design and development of new immunoassay products for infectious diseases and cancer. Plan day-to-day tasks without direct guidance.
  • Develop/identify potential targets for immunodiagnostic development.
  • Screen target antigens and antibodies for performance in new immunoassay products.
  • Perform other responsibilities to support the needs of the department as assigned.

Work environment information

Position responsibilities include work in a Biosafety Level 2 lab (BSL-2.)


Depends upon education and experience.