You will be an integral part of a team consisting of population geneticists, epidemiologists, laboratory scientists and product development specialists, generating and communicating impactful insights involving personalized genomics. This job will be in either Lehi, Utah or San Francisco, California
What you will do:
Evaluate the clinical and scientific validity of various genetic markers associated with health and wellness.
Create content to communicate information to the general population concerning genetic markers associated with health and wellness.
Defining principles and guidelines to insure accuracy and comprehension of the reported information, while maintaining an engaging and educational experience for the customer.
Develop and iterate upon ways to convey residual risk, uncertainties, evolution of knowledge, heritability and association vs causation.
Develop and evaluate survey data to identify and validate genetic associations.
Design and review study data concerning the comprehension of provided information
You have a minimum of 3 years’ professional experience in communicating genetic and risk information (post Graduation)
Have your Masters or PhD in Genetic Counseling, Human Genetics, Behavioral Sciences with genetics experience, or related field
Experienced working in a regulated or clinical environment (preferred, not required)
Would be nice to have experience in Phenotypic survey data creation and evaluation (not required)
Demonstrated the ability to work in cross-functional teams as a strong team player as well as independently.
A successful history and ability to handle several fast-paced projects concurrently.
Great communication, writing and presentation skills to Scientific and non-Scientific audiences.
Internal Number: http://smrtr.io/TmP9wA
Ancestry, the global leader in family history and consumer genomics, harnesses the information found in 100 million family trees, 10 billion historical records, and the world's largest consumer genomics database with 7 million genotypes, to help people make discoveries about where they come from, who they’re related to, and what makes them unique.