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Passionate about precision medicine and advancing the healthcare industry?
Recent advancements in underlying technology have finally made it possible for ai to impact clinical care in a meaningful wayTempus` proprietary platform connects an entire ecosystem of real-world evidence to deliver real-time, actionable insights to physicians, providing critical information about the right treatments for the right patients, at the right time.
We are looking for a variant scientist and supervisor (exact title dependent on prior qualifications) who will interpret patients` genetic data, prepare clinical reports, support related projects, and, in conjunction with other members of team leadership, supervise & lead other team members.
Members of our variant science team work a variety of schedules (mon-fri, sun-thurs, or tues-sat) in order to best serve our patientsSchedules are determined based upon both individual preference and team needsPlease note that at this time we are specifically looking for a supervisor to fill a sun-thurs or tues-sat shiftPlease also note that individuals working sun-thurs or tues-sat receive a bonus for the duration of their time on that schedule.
Up to 50% clinical case review:
Accurately classify somatic and germline variants for solid tumor and liquid
Biopsy ngs panels
Utilize a variety of in-house software tools to analyze clinical molecular
Read and interpret scientific literature and curate relevant findings in a
Clear, concise, and precise manner
Summarize somatic and inherited genetic test results to generate high
Quality clinical reports
Perform critical quality control functions for molecular reports that comply
With quality management programs and standard operating procedures
Supervise up to 8 members of the variant science team
Oversee and manage performance of team members in regard to report generation and curation
Coach individual team members, with regard to their growth on the team and professional goals
Conduct annual and mid-year reviews for team members
Team and project leadership
Assist in leading team huddles and meetings
Communicate daily objectives to team
Support assay improvements and implementation of new processes and
Participate and lead training for new members and new processes
Assist in hiring new team members
Ms or phd degree in cancer genetics, human genetics, or biological sciences
Prior experience in a diagnostic laboratory, clinical report writing, and familiarity
With human mutation databases, genome browsers, and hgvs nomenclature.
Strong clinical science acumenOncology experience strongly preferred.
Must have utmost attention to detail, excellent verbal and written communication,
And a solution-driven mindset.
Ability to create and follow formal documentation, protocols, and project plans
Ability to work in both an individual and group settingMust be flexible and able
To adjust priorities according to workload or business needs.
Previous supervisory role within a cap/clia genetics laboratory
Posted 30+ days ago