Genospace is seeking Product Engineers who are excited at the prospect of solving novel problems. We are looking for engineers with a holistic view of product development capable of innovating across our platform. As a Product Engineer your work will impact patients at the most critical junctures in their lives, researchers seeking to make advances based on a sea of high-dimensional data, physicians deploying personalized medicine in everyday practice, and laboratories conducting some of the most advanced analyses in the world.
As a Product Engineer you will:
Our application stack typically looks like:
You’ll be expected to contribute across all parts of the application so familiarity with the stack is a plus.
Please see details of all current openings (different levels) at https://careers.genospace.com/opportunities
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