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Looking for a great career that matters? Looking for an opportunity putting you on the front line of innovation in molecular diagnostics? What about a welcoming team? Sounds like you are looking for a career with NeuMoDx™ Molecular Inc. Whether you are a student, new grad, or an experienced professional consider a career with our team. Our career opportunities are listed below, if you do not see anything applying to your skill set – check back.

NeuMoDx™ is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We welcome and value the bringing together of diverse ideas and embrace a team culture that is accepting and understanding. Our team works to include individuals and companies that fit with that culture.
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Service Depot Repair Technician | Apply Now

Summary

NeuMoDx™ produces molecular systems (NeuMoDx™ 96 & 288 platforms) that represent a family of scalable platforms that fully integrate the entire molecular diagnostics process from “sample to result.” The Depot Repair Technician is responsible for providing customer service by refurbishing NeuMoDx™ molecular system modules sent in for repair, while secondarily providing service and support to internal NeuMoDx™ instrumentation.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provides customer service by performing calibrations, preventive maintenance, and repairs on customer returned modules and assemblies. Seeks assistance from peers as needed to perform activities. Communicates effectively with customers during all phases of service, including scheduling, diagnosis, quotation, and shipment. Ensures the schedule meets the customer’s needs.
  • Repair returned modules in a timely manner utilizing current Depot repair processes and tools.
  • Maintain employee training demands and records.
  • Provides feedback to factory personnel on product quality issues or improvements.
  • Accurately maintains service records within ERP system. This includes, but not limited to, closing service notifications, updating repair activities, inventory, labor, and printing customer facing documents. Assists all technicians in this process to ensure that notifications are completed timely and accurately.
  • Maintains company assets (Test equipment, tools, inventory, computer, etc.) in good and working condition.
  • Assists with service and support for internal NeuMoDx™ molecular instruments.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities necessary to perform essential functions

  • Proven ability to diagnose and resolve problems on sophisticated electronic, mechanical and optical instrumentation maintained in a laboratory environment.
  • Must have strong interpersonal and effective communication skills.
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines.
  • Ability to organize and handle high pressure situations.
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities and decision-making abilities.

Minimum Requirements/Qualifications

  • Technical Degree and/or related AA Degree or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum two years technical experience or relevant industry experience in electronic repair or equivalent experience.
  • Must have good computer and software skills, including fluency with current Windows operating systems, Outlook, Excel, and Word programs.
  • Familiarity with basic test equipment used in department (Multimeters, O’Scope, Pressure meters).
  • Ability to read, interpret and analyze component layout drawings, assembly drawings, wiring and labelling diagrams.

Assay Integration Scientist | Apply Now

Summary

An Assay Integration Scientist position is available immediately with NeuMoDx™. As a member of the Assay Integration team, you will work cross-functionally to solve critical problems associated with the integration of individual molecular assays, hardware modules, and software components onto a complete clinical diagnostic system. Specific responsibilities will include development and execution of test protocols and verification/validation tests to evaluate and troubleshoot the performance of complex interactions between nucleic acid extraction methods from multiple clinical matrices, real-time PCR amplification and detection, and mechatronic modules – including thermal control modules, fluorescence detection modules, precision motion control elements and advanced liquid handling systems. The ideal candidate will have excellent background in molecular biology/biochemistry as well as moderate experience with the testing and integration of complex systems. We are looking for a well-rounded candidate with a knack for problem solving in both team and independent settings to ensure the completion of aggressive project timelines.

Position Responsibilities

  • Independently design, execute and troubleshoot nucleic acid purification, PCR amplification and real-time detection experiments.
  • Migrate bench-scale techniques into fully automated procedures run on the NeuMoDx™ platform, incorporating the assay chemistry, individual modules, liquid handling, and software interface.
  • Design, develop and execute test procedures for integration, validation and verification studies.
  • Identify, confirm, and interpret instrument performance issues related to integration of individual assays and mechanical modules. Communicate issues cross-functionally and provide suggestions, solutions, and/or test plans for resolution.
  • Participate in design review meetings and critically evaluate design and/or implementation plans.
  • Understand the requirements of the end-user and provide feedback regarding process or system improvements accordingly.
  • Maintain accurate data records, test plans, and reports. Clearly summarize and present information to senior management and other personnel both internally and externally as required.
  • Comply with document control procedures and maintain the effectiveness of the quality system.
  • Comply with biohazard safety standards through proper handling of potentially infectious biological agents and other hazardous chemical materials.

Essential Knowledge and Skills

  • B.S or M.S. in Biochemistry, Microbiology, Molecular Biology or related field with at least 2 years of relevant work experience, ideally in the in-vitro diagnostic industry.
  • Hands-on experience with current nucleic acid isolation and purification strategies.
  • Familiarity with design, development, verification and validation of molecular procedures and/or instrumentation.
  • Experience handling a variety of clinical specimens and pathogenic organisms.
  • Excellent written, verbal and analytical skills.
  • Ability to thrive in a challenging, fast-paced multidisciplinary setting.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills to understand and solve complex, interrelated issues between assay chemistry, reagents, consumables, hardware, and software.
  • Strong proficiency in the use of MS Office Suite for data analysis and presentation; basic statistics knowledge is highly desired.
  • Knowledge of GLP, ISO, and QSR requirements for IVD products.

Experience

  • Nucleic Acid Extraction: 1 year (Required)
  • Assay Development: 2 years (Required)
  • PCR: 2 years (Required)

Education

  • Bachelor’s (Required)

Work authorization

  • United States (Required)

Required travel

  • 25% (Preferred)

Sr. Manufacturing Associate | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • Sr. Manufacturing Associate is required to have a strong knowledge of manufacturing methods and techniques, process development experience, work flow understanding, read drawings, and ability to test, calibrate, and troubleshoot electromechanical and optical assemblies.
  • Will maintain manufacturing equipment, create work instructions, be often asked to contribute to or lead projects, be cross functionally trained to work in several areas as needed.
  • Assist engineers in developing, building, or testing prototypes or new products, processes, or procedures.
  • This role requires a self-starter, ability to work independently, understanding of departmental goals-working as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines.
  • Employee will be required to make judgement calls on a day to day basis regarding, and prioritizing work flow for the instrument manufacturing team.
  • Provide production and progress reports to Manufacturing Supervisor.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Perform Instrument Assembly in accordance with Assembly Drawings and Work Instructions.
  • Completes repairs of Instrument assemblies and subassemblies, as needed.
  • Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures.
  • Support general Manufacturing objectives.
  • Maintain fixtures, assembly tools, assembly instrumentation and manufacturing aids.
  • Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
  • Prepares for production by reviewing work orders and production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; calculating parts requirements; collecting materials and supplies. Set-up equipment necessary for different work orders.
  • Documents production by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches.
  • Keeps work areas clean and organized, keeping with 5S principles.
  • Contributes to Continuous Improvement efforts; Identify and help implement process, procedure, safety improvements.
  • Complete and maintain training records within expected timelines.
  • Maintain functional understanding of cGMP’s and the impact of deviation from controlled processes and/or procedures. Participate in investigations as needed.
  • Train/mentor less experienced and new operators.
  • Maintain inventory; be familiar with Kan Ban, and FIFO. May be required to complete inventory counting, kit pulling, and to handle materials.

Special Skills or Preferred Experience

  • High school degree plus 5 years relevant work experience or Associate’s degree and 2+ years relevant work experience.

QC Test Technician, Systems | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • The QC Final Test Technician is responsible for QC testing of final production Instruments.
  • In this position the QC Final Test Technician will assist in maintaining manufacturing equipment, train others, may be asked to contribute to projects, and trained to work in several areas as needed.
  • This role requires a self-starter, with the ability to work independently, understand of departmental goals, and work as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines.
  • Technician preferred software analysis background, with an eye for detail.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Perform QC testing of Final Instrument per procedures.
  • Prepare and qualify Instrument using proprietary assays and reagents.
  • Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures and be fully supportive of Quality initiatives.
  • Support general Manufacturing objectives.
  • Assist in maintaining manufacturing fixtures, calibrated tools, instrumentation, and manufacturing aids.
  • Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
  • Prepare for testing by reviewing work orders, production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; collecting materials and supplies. Set-up equipment necessary for different functional tests.
  • Document final testing by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches using cGDP practices.
  • Contribute to Continuous Improvement efforts; Identify and help implement process, procedure, and safety improvements.
  • Complete and maintain training records within expected timelines.
  • Train/mentor less experienced and new operators.
  • Complete other tasks as needed.

Qualifications/Experience

  • Must have functional understanding of cGMP’s and cGLP, and the impact of deviating from controlled processes and/or procedures.
  • College Degree (BS/BA) in science, mechanical, or software field plus 1-year relevant instrument production work experience or an Associate degree and 2 years relevant work experience.
  • Some Leadership background preferred.
  • Must have working knowledge and understanding of ISO13485, 21 CFR 820.

Manufacturing Engineer/Technician, Systems | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • Work closely with Systems Engineering and Instrument Manufacturing to support and improve manufacturing operations, including troubleshooting equipment and process issues.
  • Performs and documents fixture and equipment maintenance, and updates process documentation.
  • Assists with projects through building or procuring test equipment and performing testing, including process validations.
  • Assists with Process Validations (IQ, OQ, PQ) and FMEAs for manufacturing processes.
  • May be asked to contribute to or lead projects.
  • Directly contributes to the manufacture of instruments and their assemblies, input to design for manufacturability, testing, and manufacturing process development.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Identify and troubleshoot process, material, or equipment problems to minimize down time and recommend solutions to Systems Engineering.
  • Develop, assemble, procure or modify existing and new tooling, fixtures, and equipment to ensure efficient production methods.
  • Complete time studies to quantify process times and identify areas for process improvements.
  • Assist with hands on training of manufacturing employees on new products, tooling, equipment and process revisions.
  • Schedule, complete, and document routine maintenance on applicable manufacturing and test equipment.
  • Read schematics, assembly drawings, data sheets, and process sheets to perform testing, build fixtures, checkout and trouble-shoot equipment.
  • Promote and support Lean Manufacturing and Continuous Improvement activities in Manufacturing.
  • Comply with policies, guidelines and regulatory requirements per the Quality Management System.
  • Installs and validates equipment and processes in the production area to improve yield and/or reduce cycle time following the established validation procedure.
  • Support volume increases through testing of production product following applicable processes and procedures.
  • Maintains Calibration schedule, Preventative Maintenance and records for Manufacturing equipment.

Special Skills or Preferred Experience

  • Ability to develop and execute a detailed test plan.
  • Basic understanding and ability to read prints and schematics.
  • Ability to perform all assigned tasks, work independently, and complete work on schedule.
  • Prior experience in a medical device manufacturing environment.
  • Experience in a regulated environment, such as ISO and FDA preferred.

Minimum Required Education

  • Degree in Engineering Technology or related field, 2-5 years experience as a Manufacturing Engineer / Technician; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Manufacturing Associate, Reagent | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • Manufacturing Associates are required to have a strong knowledge of manufacturing methods and techniques, ability to read drawings, follow recipes and work instructions for reagent production, packaging and labeling.
  • Able to work in a controlled and low humidity production environment.
  • This role requires a self-starter, ability to work independently, understanding of departmental goals-working as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Perform Reagent Assembly in accordance with Manufacturing Procedures (MPs), drawings and related Work Instructions (WKI).
  • Prepare testing samples per Quality Testing (QT) procedures and instructions.
  • Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures and be fully supportive of Quality initiatives.
  • Support general Manufacturing objectives.
  • Support systems development regarding pilot instrument fabrication.
  • Assist in maintaining fixtures, assembly tools, assembly instrumentation and manufacturing aids.
  • Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
  • Prepares for production by reviewing work orders and production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; calculating part requirements; collect materials and supplies. Set-up equipment necessary for different work orders.
  • Documents production by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches using GDP practices.
  • Keeps work areas clean and organized.
  • Perform packaging and labeling for reagents and consumable goods, following procedures for printing and label control and reconciliation.
  • Complete and maintain training records within expected timelines.
  • Maintain functional understanding of cGMP’s and the impact of deviation from controlled processes and/or procedures. Participate in investigations as needed.
  • Maintain inventory; May be required to complete inventory counting, kit pulling, and to handle materials.
  • Perform inventory cycle counts and physicals and act as liason with purchasing and quality departments to maintain inventory control.
  • Completes other tasks as needed.

Qualifications/Experience

  • High school degree plus 5 years relevant work experience or an Associate’s degree and 2 years relevant work experience.
  • Experience in a controlled production environment, reagents and solutions, and knowledge of Good Lab Practices (cGLP) strongly preferred.
  • Precision Pipetting skills required.

Manufacturing Associate, Labeling and Packaging | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • Manufacturing Associate, Labeling and Packaging are required to have a strong knowledge of process development experience, work flow understanding, Labeling Reconciliation, Reading and Understanding Labeling and Packaging Specifications.
  • May be required to create or update work instructions.
  • May be cross functionally trained to work in several areas as needed.
  • This role requires a self-starter, ability to work independently, understanding of departmental goals-working as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures and be fully supportive of Quality initiatives.
  • Be able to use equipment such as Industrial Zebra printers, and BarTender Software.
  • Prepare room for staging, packaging, and reconciliation.
  • Assist in maintaining fixtures, packaging tools, packaging instrumentation, such as scanners, scales, etc. in packaging areas.
  • Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
  • Prepares for packaging by reviewing work orders and production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; calculating parts requirements; collecting materials and supplies.
  • Be able to learn and navigate an ERP system.
  • Document shipments by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches using GDP practices.
  • Keeps work areas clean and organized, keeping with 5S principles.
  • Contributes to Continuous Improvement efforts; Identify and help implement process, procedure, safety improvements.
  • Maintain inventory; may be required to complete inventory counting, kit pulling, and handle materials.
  • Completes other tasks as needed.

Qualifications/Experience

  • High school degree plus 3 years relevant work experience or an Associate degree and 1 years relevant work experience.
  • Experience working in an ISO13485 and FDA regulated industry preferred.
  • Must have functional understanding of cGMP’s and the impact of deviating from controlled processes and/or procedures.
  • Must be able to lift, push, pull and carry up to 50 lbs.

Manufacturing Associate, Instrument | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • Manufacturing Associates are required to have a strong knowledge of manufacturing methods and techniques, process development experience, work flow understanding, ability to read drawings, and to test and calibrate instruments, and troubleshoot electromechanical and optical assemblies.
  • In this position, Manufacturing Associates, will maintain manufacturing equipment, create work instructions, train others, often be asked to contribute to or lead projects, be cross functionally trained to work in several areas as needed.
  • This role requires a self-starter, ability to work independently, understanding of departmental goals-working as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Perform Instrument Assembly in accordance with Assembly Drawings and Work Instructions.
  • Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures and be fully supportive of Quality initiatives.
  • Support general Manufacturing objectives.
  • Support systems development regarding pilot instrument fabrication.
  • Assist in maintaining fixtures, assembly tools, assembly instrumentation and manufacturing aids.
  • Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
  • Prepares for production by reviewing work orders and production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; calculating parts requirements; collecting materials and supplies. Set-up equipment necessary for different work orders.
  • Documents production by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches using GDP practices.
  • Keeps work areas clean and organized, keeping with 5S principles.
  • Contributes to Continuous Improvement efforts; Identify and help implement process, procedure, safety improvements.
  • Complete and maintain training records within expected timelines.
  • Maintain functional understanding of cGMP’s and the impact of deviation from controlled processes and/or procedures. Participate in investigations as needed.
  • Maintain inventory; be familiar with Kan Ban, and FIFO. May be required to complete inventory counting, kit pulling, and to handle materials.
  • Completes other tasks as needed.

Qualifications/Experience

  • High school degree plus 5 years relevant work experience; or technical associates/college degree and 2 years relevant work experience.
  • Experience working with optics, PCBs or other electrical/mechanical assembly preferred.

Manufacturing Associate, Consumables | Apply Now

Position Summary

  • Manufacturing Associates are required to have a strong knowledge of manufacturing methods and techniques, process development experience, work flow understanding, ability to read drawings, follow recipes and work instructions for consumable production, packaging and labeling.
  • Able to work in a controlled and low humidity production environment.
  • In this position, Manufacturing Associates, will maintain manufacturing equipment, be cross functionally trained to work in several areas as needed.
  • This role requires a self-starter, ability to work independently, understanding of departmental goals-working as a team to achieve those goals within set timelines.

Role and Responsibilities

  • Perform Instrument Assembly in accordance with Assembly Drawings and Work Instructions.
  • Carry out work in accordance with defined Quality Management System procedures, and be fully supportive of Quality initiatives.
  • Support general Manufacturing objectives.
  • Assist in maintaining fixtures, assembly tools, assembly instrumentation and manufacturing aids.
  • Be committed to following and supporting safety practices.
  • Prepares for production by reviewing work orders and production schedule, studying and clarifying specifications; calculating parts requirements; collecting materials and supplies.
  • Set-up equipment necessary for different work orders.
  • Documents production by completing applicable forms, reports, logs, and records equipment and batches using GDP practices.
  • Keeps work areas clean and organized
  • Contributes to Continuous Improvement efforts; Identify and help implement process, procedure, safety improvements.
  • Complete and maintain training records within expected timelines.
  • Maintain functional understanding of cGMP’s and the impact of deviation from controlled processes and/or procedures.
  • Maintain inventory; May be required to complete inventory counting, kit pulling, and to handle materials.
  • Completes other tasks as needed.

Qualifications/Experience

  • High school degree plus 5 years relevant work experience or an Associate’s degree and 2 years relevant work experience in a GMP environment.
  • Attention to detail and previous experience working in controlled production area, preferred.

Business Development Manager | Apply Now

NeuMoDx™ Molecular Inc. (“NMDX”) designs and develops revolutionary molecular diagnostic solutions for hospital and clinical reference laboratories.  Our patented, ‘sample-to-result’ platform offers market-leading ease of use, true continuous random-access, and rapid turnaround time while achieving optimal operational and clinical performance for our customers and the patients they serve.  In addition to focusing design and development efforts on tests to detect Sexually Transmitted and Infectious Diseases, NMDX has developed and will commercialize a broad range of general purpose reagents and consumables for use by customers in developing qualitative and quantitative Laboratory Developed Tests (LDT’s) for use with the NMDX Molecular Systems to detect and amplify DNA and RNA targets.

NMDX currently has five Business Development Manager (BDM) positions open.  The role of the BDM will be to develop and grow our presence in Commercial Reference Laboratories and laboratories within Academic Medical Centers performing solid organ transplants and hospital laboratories performing Molecular Invitro Diagnostics (IVD)testing. The ideal candidate will have demonstrable experience in developing and growing a geographic territory selling molecular IVD.  The successful candidate will be a decisive, innovate and independent thinker.  They will have a keen business acuity and the ability to articulate the financial and clinical benefits of the NMDX solutions.

Responsibilities

  • Adhere to all policies contained within the NMDX Integrated Quality Management System (IQMS).
  • Build and grow geographic territory for NMDX solutions.
  • Effectively utilize a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) solution to create and maintain accurate customer data, manage their opportunity pipeline, and provide accurate and timely forecasts to facilitate the retention of current customers and the addition of new customers.
  • Clearly articulate the financial and clinical benefits of the NMDX solutions and differentiate NMDX from the other commercial offerings.
  • Negotiate and secure new agreements to distribute NMDX solutions
  • Provide Management with insights to facilitate the implementation and modification of key strategic initiatives.

 

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree (MBA preferred)
  • Minimum 5-years of MDx sales experience. Preferably selling capital equipment and associated consumables in Commercial Reference Laboratories, Academic Medical Centers and core laboratories within large Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs)
  • Demonstrable record of building and managing a business within a large geographic area.
  • Proven success in negotiating and securing long term profitable agreements.

 

NMDX offers an entrepreneurial working environment and a competitive salary and benefits package featuring paid time off, 401k with company match, disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, and medical/dental plans.

For consideration, please submit resume along with salary requirements to careers@neumodx.com  and mention the job description in the subject.  No phone calls please.  Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

Research Associate / Scientist | Apply Now

Research assistant/associate/scientist positions are available immediately at the NeuMoDx™. As a member of the assay development team you will be involved with all aspects of assay development, including assay design, reagent preparation, nucleic acid isolation and amplification, clinical sample testing, and assay verification. The ideal candidate will have familiarity with assay development; real-time PCR, nucleic acid purification; GLP and GMP concepts and the production of FDA approved IVD products. In addition to experience, an ability to think ‘outside of the box’ and create novel solutions to challenging problems and at the same time adhering to established lab protocols strictly is very much desired. Although, the successful candidate must work well in team settings, s/he must be able to work independently to assure the completion of project timelines.

Responsibilities

• Develop and validate novel nucleic acid preparation/purification strategies for implementation on the NeuMoDx™ proprietary platform
• Implement and validate real-time PCR (and other amplification assays) for in-vitro diagnostic applications
• Assist in the implementation of all bench-scale assays onto the NeuMoDx™ systems as well as the transfer of developed assays from R&D to manufacturing
• Participate in design and review meetings and critically evaluate design and/or implementation plans

Qualifications:

• B.S/M.S in Biochemistry, Microbiology or Molecular Biology
• 3–5 years of relevant work experience – ideally in the in-vitro diagnostic industry. Familiarity with GLP and GMP concepts
• Hands-on experience with current nucleic acid isolation and purification strategies
• Familiarity with design, development and validation of real-time PCR assays
• Experience with handling pathogenic bacteria and clinical samples
• Excellent written, verbal and analytical skills and the ability to thrive in a challenging, fast-paced multidisciplinary setting
• Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint for data analysis and report generation a must

NeuMoDx™ offers an entrepreneurial working environment and a competitive salary and benefits package featuring, disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and medical/dental plans.
For consideration, please submit resume along with salary requirements to careers@neumodx.com and mention the job description in the subject. No phone calls please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.

** NeuMoDx™ is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Location: Ann Arbor, MI Start Date: Early 2018.
The information contained herein is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and qualifications required of individuals performing the job. The qualifications detailed in this job description are not considered the minimum requirements necessary to perform the job, but rather as guidelines.  An Equal Opportunity Employer, NeuMoDx™ requires a diversity of people, perspectives and ideas to address the complex challenges of its business.  NeuMoDx™ is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability.

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