DNASTAR is a leading developer of software for molecular biologists. Established in 1984, our products are used by pharmaceutical, biotechnology, academic, and clinical researchers in more than 90 countries.
We are expanding our staff with the creation of several new positions, as listed below.
Marketing Specialists are responsible for supporting DNASTAR’s overall marketing programs including promotion, positioning, trade shows and corporate communications. This includes participating in the development of effective print and electronic materials in support of the company’s marketing and sales functions, including direct updating of the company’s website and other websites in which the company is involved, creation of videos and other ancillary materials and support for maintaining and expanding the company’s presence in social media. Qualifications include a B.S. degree in molecular biology or related life science field, two or more years of experience in fields related to DNASTAR identified current or target markets, excellent communication skills, and a flair for marketing. Some travel is required.
Sales Coordinators are responsible for direct interaction with customers and leads to achieve individual, group, and corporate sales goals, maintaining the highest level of customer satisfaction, and supporting other team members. Qualifications include a B.S. degree in molecular biology or a related life science field, the ability to prospect, develop leads, build new relationships and close new business, and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Some travel is required.
Senior Scientists are responsible for staying abreast of current scientific trends and helping DNASTAR design and develop products that are responsive to those trends. You will be expected to take a lead role in new product design and grant writing and provide outstanding product specifications in a variety of formats. You will also be expected to periodically give scientific presentations.
Software Engineers are responsible for analyzing users' needs to design, develop, test, and maintain computer applications software or systems. They may also be project team leads, depending on experience and qualifications. We seek programmers proficient in Java and C++.
Internships are often available in the areas of Quality Assurance software testing and software development (full-time in the summer or year-round part-time or full-time) and in our marketing department. For our QA and marketing internships, we seek individuals with life science backgrounds who have an interest in software testing or marketing. For software development interns, we seek computer science students who have an interest in molecular biology.
Requirements for the scientific based positions include an advanced degree in Molecular Biology or related field (Ph. D. preferred), 5 years of applicable industry experience, strong communication skills and solid computer capabilities.
We offer competitive health, dental, disability and 401k benefits. All positions will be located in Madison, WI, USA.
To apply, please send your resume and salary requirements to: DNASTAR, Inc. 3801 Regent St, Madison, WI 53705 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. No calls please.
DNASTAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer.