Research Associate

Published on June 19, 2017

Blueprint Genetics is looking for a highly motivated and skilled Research Associate, starting as soon as possible in Helsinki, Finland.


This position involves planning and executing various research and development projects in the laboratory. An ideal candidate has ability to independently design and conduct molecular biology assays and is familiar with analysis of DNA sequence data.



  • MSc degree in a life science field
  • At least 2 years of work experience
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Effective communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task and collaborate with other team members
  • Good skills in spoken and written English


Beneficial Experience:

  • Next-generation sequencing and DNA analysis methods
  • Bioinformatics


About us:

Blueprint Genetics is a clinical diagnostics and genetic knowledge company. We are a team of 50+ professionals running a clinical laboratory providing genetic diagnostics for professional use. Our current diagnostic portfolio includes over 400 tests that cover all inherited disorders. We work with over 300 clinics in over 40 countries. Our aim is to grow and expand our operations globally.


We offer you a challenging work and an opportunity to further develop your skills. Join our dynamic and motivated R&D laboratory team by submitting your application and CV along with your salary request to our Workable portal. This position is temporary maternity leave substitute with a clear possibility for an extension. Recruitment will be done as soon as a suitable candidate is found. Inquiries about the position can be sent to Molecular Technologies Director Pertteli Salmenperä, PhD;


Thank you for your interest, the position has been filled.

Last modified: 09.12.2017


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