PE Biosystems Job

Nathan Caffo caffona at pebio.com
Tue Apr 27 18:52:56 EST 1999

PE Applied Biosystems is accepting applications for the following
position in the Genetic Analysis Applications Group in Foster City, CA:

Applications Specialist / Genetic Mapping

Providing a worldwide applications focus for Genetic Analysis products,
you will develop, optimize and support microsatellite mapping
applications on 310, 377 and 3700 platforms.  This will involve
extensive interaction with R&D, product and market management groups, as
well as field sales and support staff. You will also produce technical
documents, support test sites, address seminars and user meetings,
assist product managers and marketing managers with strategy
development, and occasionally perform pre-sales product demonstrations.
You must possess the skills and knowledge normally acquired through the
completion of BS/BA (MS/PhD preferred) in Biology, Molecular Biology or
Biochemistry and 3+ years experience (or 6+ years experience for senior
level), or equivalent.  Experience with genetic mapping on ABI Prism
373, 377 or 310 is strongly preferred.  Excellent written and verbal
communication skills, the ability to interact with customers and good
bench skills are also needed.  Requires travel (20%). Req #9852

In exchange for your talents, we offer a competitive salary and benefits
package. As well as excellent career development opportunities.  For
consideration, please send your resume, indicating the relevant Req. #,
via email to us at: manguale at pebio.com.
E-mail submissions should include the Req # in the subject heading and
an ASCI text version of your CV in the body of the message.
If you would like to use conventional mail, the following address can be
PE Biosystems
Human Resources Department
Attn: Lori Mangual
850 Lincoln Centre Drive
Foster City, CA 94404.
You may also fax your resume to 650-638-5874.

 PE Biosystems is an equal opportunity employer.

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