Freenome combines molecular biology and machine learning to create tools that empower everyone to prevent, detect, and treat their disease. We are growing fast and we are hiring in many areas; and I have several openings for Recent Grads in my group.
Our group builds the lower layers for the Research Platform used by all our scientists. Our focus is on the compute, data, automation and reliability aspects of the platform. We use Python, multiple GCP services, k8s, workflows (go flyte!) and other modern frameworks and tools. We collaborate daily with engineers that are building bioengineering and machine learning tools used to ingest and process data and run multiple types of experiments
You do not need to know molecular biology – I knew nothing when I arrived – but you will learn a lot. You will also learn how a modern MLOps is put together. This is a very special opportunity to make a difference and to develop your technical skills.
We have a great technology, our Multiomics platform, a great multi-cultural team, last time I counted over 31 languages at Freenome, great collaborators, partners and investors, see our News Page, and our mission is truly unbeatable: let’s solve cancer together!
We are looking for somebody with a BS or higher in Computer Science, Data Engineering, or related field or equivalent training, fellowship and/or work experience. The majority of our work is based on Python so that is strongly recommended. You will work in an agile development cycle, interacting with multiple groups; your written and verbal skills will help you accomplish your tasks. We emphasize collaboration, communication and compromise and leverage our collective skills to achieve our goal.
If you are interested in learning about this opportunity, start by checking if you know somebody at Freenome that graduated at your school and talk with them. If you think there may be a fit, you can ask them to refer you at the internal job site. Or ping me if interested (LinkedIn or mail); we know graduations are now and good candidates will have multiple opportunities, so we want to move quickly.
And yes, we are open to remote work, though only in the US at the moment.