Scientist I (Molecular Biology)
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Scientist I (Molecular Biology)
Ref No.: 17-93141
Location: South San Francisco, California
Start Date: 12/16/2017
 



DESCRIPTION: 

Artech is currently seeking to add to the below position


Job Title:         Scientist I (Molecular Biology)
Job ID:                 TMO-REQ-002635
Location:               180 Oyster Point Blvd., South San Francisco, California 94080
Duration:               08 Months contract

The Molecular Biologist will be heavily involved in the execution of V&V strategies designed by senior group members. 
They will primarily be based in the laboratory and as such, will have strong experience in Molecular Biological techniques and be comfortable in this environment. 
Experience with real-time PCR is an absolute requirement with in-depth knowledge of the field being highly advantageous.

The successful candidate will work effectively as part of a dynamic team and will possess strong organizational skills. 
A strong attention to detail is paramount and the ability to keep accurate records is pivotal.


Please apply on our company website (www.artechinfo.com) with reference to job ID, or contact me at Pradeep.V@artechinfo.com / 973.507.7539
 
Pradeep
Team Lead – Staffing
Artech Information Systems LLC
360 Mt. Kemble Avenue, Suite 2000 | Morristown, NJ 07960
Office: 973.507.7539 | Fax: 973.998.2599
Email:
Pradeep.V@artechinfo.com | Website: www.artechinfo.com
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