Here at Berkeley Lights, we think cells are awesome! Cells are capable of manufacturing cures for diseases, fibers for clothing, energy in the form of biofuels, and food proteins for nutrition. So the question is, if nature is capable of manufacturing the products we need in a scalable way, why aren’t we doing more of this? Well, the answer is that with the solutions available today, it is hard. Berkeley Lights is here to change all of that! Our extremely sophisticated proprietary technology and Beacon® and LightningTM systems accelerate the rate researchers can discover and develop cell-based products in a fraction of the time and at a fraction of the cost of conventional, legacy research methods. Using our tools and solutions, scientists can find the best cells, the first time they look.
Our goal is to continue to collaborate with customers to drive the adoption of our technologies, making cell-based products and therapeutics more easily accessible the world over! You will play a major role here in the creation and development of these technologies, and our success will depend on you! We have been changing how the world develops cell-based products since 2011, and now our family of around 250 employees welcomes you to consider joining us on this incredible journey.
Berkeley Lights is looking for highly skilled Software Front-End Engineer(s) to help with creating a user interface of the application on Berkeley Lights’ platforms. This role requires strong skills in React
- Develop new front-end features for Berkeley Lights applications using required skillset
- Accelerate product development by designing cross-language automated unit and integration tests
- Reduce code debt through refactoring and application of scalable design patterns
- Bachelors with 0-3 years of industry experience in a traditional engineering field (Electrical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, etc.) or Computer Science
- Python and Docker along with development of unit and integration tests is required
- Experience in Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Plotly.js, D3.js is recommended
- Familiarity with cell/tissue culture, cell-based assays, microscopy platforms, and microfluidic systems will be a plus
- Ability to work across disciplines and understand software use cases; can clearly articulate ideas, problems, and solutions
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