Work with us

We are building an expert team to use genetics to transform drug development

We’re looking for people who do brilliant work.

In return we’ll give you an opportunity to change the world in a place that’s fun, supportive, and unrelenting in its pursuit of excellence.

OPEN ROLES

Precision Health Data Scientist

We are seeking exceptional Data Scientists interested in the challenge of developing state of the art personal risk prediction algorithms that build on Genomics plc’s data engine. As a Precision Health Data Scientist, you will integrate diverse  genomics and environmental data to make precision health care a reality. While a background in genetics or risk prediction is not required, an interest in learning about genetics, and how to solve big problems in healthcare is a must.

You should have:

  • A strong quantitative background, and most likely a PhD, in a STEM subject
  • Experience with scientific programming languages, either Python or R.
  • Proven experience of learning from large-scale data sets in a scientific or engineering context.
  • The ability to summarize and visualize complex datasets to look for patterns and potential biases
  • The ability to discuss and explain complex ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.
  • Working knowledge of risk prediction and survival analysis
  • The ability to understand complex concepts from outside your own field.


In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in a growing company that combines a focus on cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • The chance to do work that directly benefits healthcare, and improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – the chance to work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A competitive salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

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Data Scientist

We are seeking exceptional Data Scientists who have applied computational skills gained from a field other than genetics, and are interested in applying these skills to our unique data engine. While a background in genetics is not required, an interest in learning about genetics, and how to solve big problems in healthcare is a must.

You should have:

  • A strong quantitative background, and most likely a PhD, in a STEM subject
  • Proven experience of learning from large-scale data sets in a scientific or engineering context.
  • The ability to summarize and visualize complex datasets to look for patterns and potential biases
  • The ability to discuss and explain complex ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.
  • The ability to understand complex concepts from outside your own field.
  • Experience in applying standard statistical approaches and computational tools.
  • Experience with scientific programming languages such as Python, R and/or C++


In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in a growing company that combines a focus on cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • The chance to do work that directly benefits healthcare, and improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – the chance to work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A competitive salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for providing support to HR, office management and general office support.  This is a key role which involves communicating with employees and consultants, meeting and greeting all visitors, and dealing with phone-calls. We are looking for someone who enjoys working in an energetic environment, has a ‘can do’ attitude, and who enjoys being involved in a wide range of projects. Genomics plc is a growing company and so this is a great role for a proactive and pragmatic person who is excited about being involved with all aspects of the Company and who is keen to develop broad range of skills and experience.

 

Human Resources

  • Helping to schedule both telephone and face-to-face interviews.
  • Ensuring that papers for interviews are provided to interviewers in a timely fashion.
  • Communicating with candidates by email, telephone, and in person.
  • Helping to ensure interviews run smoothly, including ensuring candidates are set up to give presentations.
  • Arranging new employee induction – putting together new starter packs, arranging meetings, ensuring that the necessary paperwork is completed, filed and processed accordingly.
  • Helping to arrange other meetings, such as appraisals, as required.
  • Liaising with benefits providers and management accountants to ensure that new employees are correctly entered on to payroll and benefits systems.
  • Providing support to the recruitment process, to include providing materials for shortlisting to hiring managers.
  • Processing holiday and sickness forms and keeping calendars up-to-date.
  • Arranging training and conference attendance, and ensuring training and development records are kept up-to-date.
  • Preparation of routine letters for employees, such as changes to terms, employment letters as required.
  • Monitoring and logging applications, liaising with hiring managers to ensure feedback on applications is received.

 

Office Management and administration

  • Annual negotiation of maintenance contracts, such as cleaners, electricians etc.
  • Overseeing all aspects of Health and Safety, and managing risk assessments.
  • Liaising with the Building Manager and security on general maintenance issues with the office and building.
  • Representing the Company at the quarterly tenants’ meetings and providing updates to colleagues.
  • Liaising with all contractors to ensure routine checks and maintenance take place in a timely fashion.
  • Answer phone calls and deal with/direct calls as necessary

 

Security

  • Responsible for activating and deactivating access fobs for both internal and external doors.
  • Responsible for overseeing all aspects of office security, including managing the alarm system
  • Liaising with the Building security on any issues to do with the building and grounds.

 

General

  • Responsibility for ordering weekly team lunches, finding new suppliers, negotiating discounts.
  • Ordering weekly fruit and milk supplies, and kitchen sundries as required.
  • Working with the Head of Legal, Data and Compliance on record keeping for the ISO certification for Information Security Management.
  • Assist with event planning.

 

Applicants must have:

  • Experience of working in a busy office.
  • Education to A Level standard or above.
  • High levels of accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Excellent IT skills including competence in MS Word and Excel.
  • Good interpersonal skills with a friendly, professional attitude.
  • Excellent communications skills, with the ability to write to a high standard
  • Excellent organisational skills with the ability to prioritise effectively, organise time efficiently, and respond flexibly to the demands of the job.
  • The ability to work effectively in a team, to take initiative, and to ensure timely completion of tasks.
  • An understanding of the need to maintain confidentiality regarding employee records etc.
  • Experience in diary management.
  • An understanding of the need for data security.

 

Ideally, they should also have:

A degree
Experience in either HR or office management

 

This is an outline job description and may be subject to change, according to the needs of the Company, in consultation with the post holder.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

 

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com

 

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

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IT Support Technician

As a part of the Systems team in our Oxford office, working alongside the Senior Systems Engineer, the IT Support Technician will be the first line of support for all IT queries. The varied list of tasks will include: provisioning of equipment for staff; dealing with day to day IT related queries; maintenance and upgrades of all office IT infrastructure; helping us to plan and deliver enhanced IT systems to cope with the company’s growth. There will also be opportunities for the successful candidate to work on our software development and research infrastructure, and gain experience in larger scale systems management and DevOps.

 

You should have:

  • Demonstrable knowledge of common business IT hardware and software
  • Experience of desktop/laptop support for macOS, Windows and Linux
  • Great communication skills, and a can-do attitude
  • Networking skills, especially Ethernet, 802.11 Wi-Fi and TCP/IP

 

Ideally, you should additionally have:

  • Knowledge of Linux Servers
  • Knowledge of using and administering Google G. Suite for business
  • Experience of Windows server software, especially Active Directory
  • Basic scripting skills (Bash, Python)
  • Experience with configuration management tooling
  • Experience administering Microsoft Office 365

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in a growing company that combines a focus on cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • The chance to do work that directly benefits healthcare, and improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – the chance to work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A competitive salary with pension, private healthcare, share options, and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Senior Software Engineer - Core Engines

We are building a team of collaborative software engineers to transform drug discovery and improve human health. We value well-crafted software and clean architecture, developed through a steady process of incremental change. Our software developers continually strive to master new technologies and techniques, and always aim to choose the right tool for the task at hand. We reserve 10% of our working week for the exploration of new ideas, and share what we have learned with each other through mentorship, pair programming, and tech talks. We work in productive partnerships with our data scientists, statisticians, and domain experts to advance our understanding of the human wiring diagram.

Team members will be expected to gather requirements, design systems, plan and estimate implementation work, and produce quality code – all in close collaboration with colleagues. We are flexible in terms of what programming languages and paradigms we use: if at least two other team members are comfortable working in a language, it is a candidate for production use. Our philosophy is that development skills are largely independent of language, and the ideal applicant would be able to learn the basics of a new language in a matter of days, and to become productive in it within a few weeks. For this reason, rather than requiring applicants to have a specific set of language skills, we expect a successful applicant will have had exposure to a number of different languages as a side-effect of previous development projects, and should have demonstrable skill in at least two of them.

Our current technology stack includes systems and tools written in C, C++, ES / Javascript, Go, Haskell, Python, and R. We run our systems on an OpenStack-based private cloud, and a sizeable High Performance Computing (HPC) facility powers our scientific research. We rely on scientific workflow engines to run reproducible data analysis expressed descriptively in WDL / CWL. We leverage Apache Arrow to facilitate scalable zero-copy I/O from our binary data stores, and base our metadata stores on MongoDB and Postgres. We present our analyses via web-based interfaces using React and D3, and provide REST APIs and end-user libraries to access data with bindings in Python and R. We have a strong culture for Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) as well as scientific regression testing and benchmarking.

 

You should have:

  • Skill coding in multiple programming languages.
  • Dedication to lifelong learning and a willingness to teach and learn from peers.
  • Critical thinking skills, familiarity with basic statistics, and attention to detail.
  • Good communication skills, including the ability to communicate complex ideas to an audience with a range of technical backgrounds.
  • Enthusiasm for problem solving and interest in being part of transformative work in the field of genomics and healthcare.

 

Your background should include:

  • Substantial experience producing useful software collaboratively and in partnership with users.
  • A track record of using good software development practices (e.g. distributed source code management, code review, testing, pair programming) to facilitate collaborative work.
  • Experience with performance measurement and profiling of applications using Linux-based operating systems and tools.
  • Some experience with DevOps practices (e.g. continuous integration, continuous testing, release automation, infrastructure as code, applications monitoring).

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options, and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Positions are available in our Oxford and Cambridge offices.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, sex, race, religion or belief, or pregnancy/maternity status.

Apply

Software Engineer - Core Engines

We are building a team of collaborative software engineers to transform drug discovery and improve human health. We value well-crafted software and clean architecture, developed through a steady process of incremental change. Our software developers continually strive to master new technologies and techniques, and always aim to choose the right tool for the task at hand. We reserve 10% of our working week for the exploration of new ideas, and share what we have learned with each other through mentorship, pair programming, and tech talks. We work in productive partnerships with our data scientists, statisticians, and domain experts to advance our understanding of the human wiring diagram.

Skilled developers are encouraged to apply regardless of prior job experience – the focus is on coding skills and a willingness to collaborate on finding solutions to engineering challenges rather than on years of experience. Recent graduates or current students in their final year are encouraged to apply, though any successful candidate would have development experience outside of coursework (such as that gained by participating in open source projects, team competitions, or industry placements).

Team members will be expected to gather requirements, design systems, plan and estimate implementation work, and produce quality code – all in close collaboration with colleagues. We are flexible in terms of what programming languages and paradigms we use: if at least two other team members are comfortable working in a language, it is a candidate for production use. Our philosophy is that development skills are largely independent of language, and the ideal applicant would be able to learn the basics of a new language in a matter of days, and to become productive in it within a few weeks. For this reason, rather than requiring applicants to have a specific set of language skills, we expect a successful applicant will have had exposure to a number of different languages as a side-effect of previous development projects, and should have demonstrable skill in at least two of them.

Our current technology stack includes systems and tools written in C, C++, ES / Javascript, Go, Haskell, Python, and R. We run our systems on an OpenStack-based private cloud, and a sizeable High Performance Computing (HPC) facility powers our scientific research. We rely on scientific workflow engines to run reproducible data analysis expressed descriptively in WDL / CWL. We leverage Apache Arrow to facilitate scalable zero-copy I/O from our binary data stores, and base our metadata stores on MongoDB and Postgres. We present our analyses via web-based interfaces using React and D3, and provide REST APIs and end-user libraries to access data with bindings in Python and R. We have a strong culture for Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) as well as scientific regression testing and benchmarking.

 

You should have:

  • A degree in Computer Science, Computer Science and Engineering, or Software Engineering; or a degree in a related quantitative field (e.g. Mathematics, Physics, Data Science) coupled with substantial experience developing software.
  • Skill coding in multiple programming languages.
  • Dedication to lifelong learning and a willingness to teach and learn from peers.
  • Commitment to using good software development practices (e.g. distributed source code management, code review, testing, pair programming) to facilitate collaborative work.
  • Interest in DevOps practices (e.g. continuous integration, continuous testing, release automation, infrastructure as code, applications monitoring).
  • Critical thinking skills, familiarity with basic statistics, and attention to detail.
  • Good communication skills.

 

Your background should include:

  • Enthusiasm for problem solving and interest in being part of transformative work in the field of genomics and healthcare.
  • Experience producing useful software, ideally in collaboration with others (though not necessarily in the context of employment).
  • Experience with Linux-based operating systems, libraries, and tools.

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options, and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Positions are available in our Oxford and Cambridge offices.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, sex, race, religion or belief, or pregnancy/maternity status.

Apply

Software Engineer (Placement Year) - Core Engines

We would like to invite a current undergraduate student to join our team of collaborative software engineers for a year-long (10-12 month) placement. Our team builds systems and tools to help transform drug discovery and improve human health. We value well-crafted software and clean architecture, developed through a steady process of incremental change. Our software developers continually strive to master new technologies and techniques, and always aim to choose the right tool for the task at hand. We reserve 10% of our working week for the exploration of new ideas, and share what we have learned with each other through mentorship, pair programming, and tech talks. We work in productive partnerships with our data scientists, statisticians, and domain experts to advance our understanding of the human wiring diagram.

We welcome applications from students with existing coding skills who would value the opportunity to take a year out of university to hone those skills and gain experience in a collaborative development environment before returning to university to complete their degree. We are also happy to accommodate those whose degree programme includes a year-in-industry placement (and thus may have specific reporting and/or supervision requirements) .

Team members will be expected to gather requirements, design systems, plan and estimate implementation work, and produce quality code – all in close collaboration with colleagues. We are flexible in terms of what programming languages and paradigms we use: if at least two other team members are comfortable working in a language, it is a candidate for production use. Our philosophy is that development skills are largely independent of language, and the ideal applicant would be able to learn the basics of a new language in a matter of days, and to become productive in it within a few weeks. For this reason, rather than requiring applicants to have a specific set of language skills, we expect a successful applicant will have had exposure to a number of different languages as a side-effect of previous development projects, and should have demonstrable skill in at least two of them.

Our current technology stack includes systems and tools written in C, C++, ES / Javascript, Go, Haskell, Python, and R. We run our systems on an OpenStack-based private cloud, and a sizeable High Performance Computing (HPC) facility powers our scientific research. We rely on scientific workflow engines to run reproducible data analysis expressed descriptively in WDL / CWL. We leverage Apache Arrow to facilitate scalable zero-copy I/O from our binary data stores, and base our metadata stores on MongoDB and Postgres. We present our analyses via web-based interfaces using React and D3, and provide REST APIs and end-user libraries to access data with bindings in Python and R. We have a strong culture for Continuous Integration and Delivery (CI/CD) as well as scientific regression testing and benchmarking.

 

You should have:

  • Completed at least one year of study for a degree in Computer Science, Computer Science and Engineering, or Software Engineering (and expect to complete a second year before the placement begins).
  • Skill coding in multiple programming languages.
  • Critical thinking skills and attention to detail.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Enthusiasm for problem solving and interest in being part of transformative work in the field of genomics and healthcare.

 

Your background should include:

  • Experience producing useful software (perhaps as part of course work, personal projects, contributions to open source software, or from previous employment).
  • Experience using Linux-based operating systems.

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A competitive salary.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Positions are available in our Oxford and Cambridge offices.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender identity, marital or civil partnership status, sexual orientation, sex, race, religion or belief, or pregnancy/maternity status.

Apply

Scientist / Senior Scientist: Common variant analysis

We are building our extensive team of common variant analysts to develop and apply our proprietary methods on the world’s largest database of common variant associations to human diseases and traits. This is a tremendous opportunity to use the revolution of genetics to change a major aspect of healthcare.

You should have:

  • A strong background in human disease genetics.
  • Experience analysing GWAS datasets.
  • Experience in standard statistical approaches and modern computational tools.
  • The ability to summarize and visualize datasets to look for patterns, signals, or potential biases.
  • The ability to explain your ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.

 

We have positions for a range of expertise, from those who have recently completed, or are due to complete, their PhDs to postdoctoral fellows and staff scientists. We will consider candidates interested in moving into genetics from other areas of data science.

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Scientist / Senior Scientist: CRISPR screen analysis

We are launching a new initiative to integrate the growing amount of genome-wide CRISPR screen data into our state-of-the-art common and rare variant genetic analyses. By bringing together population and engineered genetic variation into a unified statistical framework, we believe these data can be even more powerful.

You should have:

  • A strong background in human disease genetics, including large scale data analysis.
  • Experience in standard statistical approaches and modern computational tools.
  • The ability to summarize and visualize datasets to look for patterns, signals, or potential biases.
  • The ability to explain your ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.

We have positions for a range of expertise, from those who have recently completed, or are due to complete, their PhDs to postdoctoral fellows and staff scientists. We will consider candidates interested in moving into genetics from other areas of data science.

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Scientist / Senior Scientist: Functional genomics

We are starting an exciting new analysis programme to integrate large-scale functional genomics data sets with our in-house database of genotype-phenotype associations. The goal of this programme is to understand the functions of disease variants at the cellular and molecular level, to help refine our ability to accurately detect promising candidate drug targets.

You should have:

  • A strong background in human disease genetics, including large scale data analysis.
  • Extensive experience in the statistical analysis of modern -omics data sets (RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, ATAC-seq or similar)
  • Experience in standard statistical approaches and modern computational tools.
  • The ability to summarize and visualize datasets to look for patterns, signals, or potential biases.
  • The ability to explain your ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.

You should ideally also have:

  • Previous experience analysing genome-wide CRISPR screens.

 

We have positions for a range of expertise, from those who have recently completed, or are due to complete, their PhDs to postdoctoral fellows and staff scientists. We will consider candidates interested in moving into genetics from other areas of data science.

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Principal Scientist

We are seeking experienced scientists to coordinate our project teams working on rare variant analysis, common variant analysis, CRISPR screen analysis and functional genomics. This is an opportunity to play a key role in a computational therapeutics company with access to amazing data, an outstanding senior leadership team and a growing network of partners who provide direct opportunities for translation.

You should have:

  • A strong background in human disease genetics, demonstrated by publication record or industry track record.
  • Experience as an independent scientist in a collaborative environment, including as an academic PI or industry group lead.
  • The ability to motivate other scientists to produce their best work.
  • A well articulated vision of how genomic science can transform drug discovery
  • A record of influencing other senior scientists and executives.

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Scientific Project Manager

We are seeking a Scientific Project Manager to coordinate, track and deliver scientific objectives across the company. This role will report to the CSO, and involve working with senior staff to plan how best to achieve our high-level goals, and translate that plan into near-term projects and objectives. Our emphasis is on flexible, lightweight approaches to project management. The role will liaise with project managers for our major external collaborations, run cross-cutting meetings across our major areas of focus, lead internal scientific training and communications, and work with our Head of Communications on external communication strategy.

You should have:

  • Experience in project, product or programme management, with a history of delivery.
  • A scientific background in, and understanding of, genetics and genomics, coupled with the ability to quickly assimilate relevant scientific and technical details
  • The ability to juggle multiple priorities and switch context quickly
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to build great working relationships at all levels
  • Experience working in a fast paced and constantly changing environment
  • Project management, report writing and analytical skills
  • The ability to effectively influence and negotiate with stakeholders

Ideally you should also have:

  • A PhD in a relevant scientific area.
  • A qualification in project management
  • Scientific publication record.

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Apply

Graduate Scientist

We are recruiting a scientist to develop and maintain our data import pipelines and to assist with our new experimental data generation initiative. The applicant’s primary role will be to oversee the intake and quality control of public domain data into our internal database. In addition, they will provide scientific support for an exciting new direction for the company: generation of our first in-house experimental data sets. This will involve conducting literature reviews of promising candidate drug targets, cellular model systems and phenotypic assays. This would be an ideal position for a candidate seeking to gain experience of cutting-edge human disease genetics, bioinformatics and computational genomics.

You should have:

  • A graduate degree in a biological science
  • The ability to summarize and visualize datasets to look for patterns, signals, or potential biases.
  • The ability to explain your ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.

 

You should ideally have

  • Some familiarity with modern human disease and/or genomics research

 

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

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Scientist / Senior Scientist : Rare variant analysis

We are recruiting scientists to build on our existing rare variant analysis infrastructure for whole exome and genome datasets. Projects include statistical methods development and new target discovery analysis of patient data from in-house datasets.

You should have:

  • A strong background in human disease and/or population genetics.
  • Experience analysing whole-genome or whole-exome sequencing data (e.g. variant calling and QC, statistical association analysis, interpretation of rare variant signals in complex disease).
  • Experience in standard statistical approaches and modern computational tools.
  • The ability to summarize and visualize datasets to look for patterns, signals, or potential biases.
  • The ability to explain your ideas to both specialists and non-specialists.
  • The ability to work well as a member of a team

 

We have positions for a range of expertise, from those who have recently completed, or are due to complete, their PhDs to postdoctoral fellows and staff scientists. We will consider candidates interested in moving into genetics from other areas of data science.

In return we offer:

  • The opportunity to work alongside talented colleagues in an enthusiastic company that combines cutting-edge science with commercial delivery.
  • A focus on rapid commercial translation (independently and with our partners), so our work improves people’s lives.
  • Access to amazing data – you will work with one of the largest and fastest-growing genotype-phenotype databases in the world.
  • Dedicated time for hacking on blue sky projects and research.
  • A rewarding salary with pension, private healthcare, share options and other benefits.

 

Given the sensitive nature of data used in Genomics plc you will be expected, as with all other employees, to ensure high standards of information security in your work.

Please apply with a CV and cover letter addressing the above criteria to recruitment@genomicsplc.com.

Genomics plc welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

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It takes a real mix of skills – statistics, biology, software development, and commerce – and we are always on the lookout for individuals with exceptional technical skills who are also highly motivated and entrepreneurial. Positions available in our Oxford and Cambridge offices.

If you think you have the skills to join our team, get in touch via recruitment@genomicsplc.com.