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Foresight Diagnostics is an early-stage, venture-backed molecular diagnostics company that is developing non-invasive cancer detection technologies to improve the lives of patients worldwide. Our portfolio of cell-free DNA based liquid biopsy tests are rooted in novel and proprietary methods developed at Stanford University. Our approach enables the earlier detection of smaller tumors, leading to more personalized and effective cancer treatment strategies for patients. We have deep expertise in molecular biology, bioinformatics, and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and maintain a dynamic, fast-paced work environment with significant opportunities for high-impact contribution and rapid professional growth. Foresight Diagnostics is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

Boulder, Colorado, United States


About our Company:  Foresight Diagnostics is an early-stage, venture-backed molecular diagnostics company that is developing non-invasive cancer detection technologies to improve the lives of patients worldwide. Our portfolio of cell-free DNA based liquid biopsy tests are rooted in novel and proprietary methods developed at Stanford University. Our approach enables the earlier detection of smaller tumors, leading to more personalized and effective cancer treatment strategies for patients. We have deep expertise in molecular biology, bioinformatics, and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and maintain a dynamic, fast-paced work environment with significant opportunities for high-impact contribution and rapid professional growth. Foresight Diagnostics is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.


About the Role:  The Clinical Quality Manager will be responsible for establishing and maintaining quality processes and improvement initiatives for regulated products and clinical testing, specifically supporting Foresight’s GCP/CLIA laboratory. This role will operationalize quality systems, leveraging your technical knowledge, skill and abilities to ensure regulatory compliance. The Clinical Quality Manager will also manage internal and external communication with regulatory agencies overseeing the clinical laboratory and ensuring all applications, systems, products and procedures meet defined quality standards. This position will report to the Director of Quality. 


What You Will Bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a scientific field

  • Preferred: Medical Laboratory Science degree, ASCP or AMT

  • Minimum of 8 years of experience in CLIA laboratories performing high complexity testing

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience with GLP/GCP regulations and testing in support of clinical trial

  • Ability to define, scope, map and implement new or improved documented quality processes

  • Knowledge of BSL-2 laboratories is required

  • Experience with LIMS, eQMS, and paper-based quality systems

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as attention to detail and organizational skills


What You Will Do:

  • Provide quality management support by ensuring services, processes, facilities, reporting, investigations, audits, and systems are in compliance with FDA GLP/GCP, ISO 15189, CAP/CLIA, and NYSDOH standards and regulations

  • Ensure quality processes and systems maintain a high level of standards and patient care that meet business needs

  • Maintain and drive the creation of clinical programs to ensure compliance to FDA GLP/GCP, CAP/CLIA, NYSDOH, and applicable CFR regulations

  • Provide front-room representation for clinical regulatory inspections 

  • Categorize audit/inspection findings, and drive finding responses and closure

  • Define and maintain quality metrics to measure, analyze, and implement processes to monitor and improve quality

  • Develop and support infrastructure to measure performance of quality systems against established standards and design reports and readouts for leadership

  • Manage and perform quality review of procedural documentation to ensure deliverables adhere to standards

  • Identify and evaluate issues and/or gaps in processes and documentation, and propose effective solutions to remediate 

  • Track and develop effectiveness reports based on internal requirements

  • Specialize in developing, planning and executing audits to ensure compliance with regulatory standards and procedures

  • Manage clinical quality audit program, including analysis, assessment and compliance risk

  • Review pre and post remediation documentation and drive corrective actions 

  • Review and answer vendor document questions, in partnership with cross-functional teams

  • Manage and maintain an internal and external vendor auditing program and proficiency testing

  • Lead risk management activities to resolve issues stemming from NCRs, CAPAs, and Audits

  • Own quality control and quality assurance activities. Responsible for writing, reviewing, and analyzing the clinical audit documentation 

  • Maintain eQMS and provide document control support

  • Ensure accuracy and completeness for all equipment IQ/OQ/PQs, and support the creation of instrument concordance processes


Team

  • Ability to communicate and interact with all levels of the organization including Executive Leadership

  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with cross-functional teams for problem-solving, product and process improvement

  • Cultivate, build and maintain positive and collaborative relationships within the quality team and cross-functionally

  • Operate as a thought leader and hold cross-functional teams accountable to regulatory, quality, scientific, and performance standards to ensure the highest quality for sample integrity

  • Leverage leadership skills to motivate, inspire and train staff to engage in quality and adhere to regulations


This role is offering a salary between $120,000-135,000, and is eligible for equity offerings.

Foresight offers benefits including paid vacation, sick time, and parental leave (if applicable), alongside medical, dental, vision, life, disability coverage, flexible spending accounts, and a 401k with company match. 

The application deadline for this position is March 6, 2024

You will be working on interesting problems with extremely high impact. We promote the professional development of our employees and will encourage upward mobility within the company for high performing employees. Foresight Diagnostics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Location:  Remote in the United States

About our Company:  Foresight Diagnostics is an early-stage, venture-backed molecular diagnostics company that is developing non-invasive cancer detection technologies to improve the lives of patients worldwide. Our portfolio of cell-free DNA based liquid biopsy tests are rooted in novel and proprietary methods developed at Stanford University. Our approach enables the earlier detection of smaller tumors, leading to more personalized and effective cancer treatment strategies for patients. We have deep expertise in molecular biology, bioinformatics, and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and maintain a dynamic, fast-paced work environment with significant opportunities for high-impact contribution and rapid professional growth. Foresight Diagnostics is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

About the Role:  The Director, Business Development is responsible for business development activities for Foresight Dx and is accountable for revenue generation from biopharma partners and research institutions. Foresight Dx customers are biopharmaceutical companies or research institutions seeking precision oncology assays to evaluate MRD and a partner to execute diagnostic projects to enable regulatory filings. This individual also will monitor execution of some contracted work to ensure quality and provide a high level of customer satisfaction.

What You Will Bring:

  • Bachelor's Degree

  • Combined 5 years business development and sales experience selling a complex product or service

  • Previous experience in a healthcare products company (therapy, diagnostics or medical devices)

  • Proven track record in achieving company goals through creation of strategic partnerships, including pre-contract negotiations and post-contract alliance management.

  • Experience with the establishment of contracts, development of pricing strategies and monitoring contract fulfillment.

Preferred:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a life sciences discipline

  • Master of Business Administration or a relevant life sciences PhD

  • Prior corporate development, tactical and/or strategic marketing experience

  • Previous experience in the companion diagnostics field or biopharma partnering

What You Will Do:

  • Lead business development for a portfolio of current and potential biopharma partners, including contract and in some cases alliance management activities for customers located potentially globally.

  • Create objectives and key results as well as account strategies needed to close revenue generating contracts for customers ranging from biopharma companies to research institutions.

  • Partner with marketing to support the voice of the customer for all marketing activities. Ensure strong handoff from marketing efforts to generate awareness in Foresight Dx and belief in Foresight Dx solutions to business development activities to reach and secure new customers.

  • Develop, maintain and execute a strong pipeline of new business and qualified leads.

  • Maintain a good understanding of the trends in the biopharmaceutical industry and how they impact the Foresight Dx and diagnostics broadly. Additionally, leverage these insights to support the strategic plan of the organization.

  • Follow emerging business trends and economic requirements of the biopharmaceutical industry as well as screen and recommend key target companies.

  • Work with project and lab personnel to ensure projects can be fully supported and delivered on quality and time.

  • Closely collaborate with all functions to align Foresight Dx biopharma partnership activities with the capabilities of the organization.

  • May manage staff as the business needs grow; provide staff with coaching, training, and opportunities to develop skills, and give ongoing, constructive and timely feedback on performance and progress toward goals and expectations.

  • Other duties as assigned by management.

This role is offering a salary between $210,000-240,000, and is eligible for equity offerings.

Foresight offers benefits including paid vacation, sick time, and parental leave (if applicable), alongside medical, dental, vision, life, disability coverage, flexible spending accounts, and a 401k with company match. 

The application deadline for this position is March 6, 2024

You will be working on interesting problems with extremely high impact. We promote the professional development of our employees and will encourage upward mobility within the company for high performing employees. Foresight Diagnostics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Hybrid near Boulder, Colorado or Remote within the United States

About our Company:  Foresight Diagnostics is an early-stage, venture-backed molecular diagnostics company that is developing non-invasive cancer detection technologies to improve the lives of patients worldwide. Our portfolio of cell-free DNA based liquid biopsy tests are rooted in novel and proprietary methods developed at Stanford University. Our approach enables the earlier detection of smaller tumors, leading to more personalized and effective cancer treatment strategies for patients. We have deep expertise in molecular biology, bioinformatics, and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and maintain a dynamic, fast-paced work environment with significant opportunities for high-impact contribution and rapid professional growth. Foresight Diagnostics is headquartered in Aurora, Colorado.

About the Role:  Foresight Diagnostics is looking for a Product Marketing Manager to work with the VP of Marketing and newly formed commercial team to deliver the strategy and execution of Foresight’s digital marketing, website, conferences, and martech operations. This role will be integral to establishing a strong marketing foundation for our commercial products (our PhasED-Seq ctDNA-MRD platform) and our corporate brand. The ideal candidate comes with prior experience in product marketing, marketing communications, or digital marketing in order to operate independently in a fast-paced environment, and has a strong interest to lean more heavily into building a marketing technology stack (e.g., CRM, website platforms, analytics) and our digital/online brand presence, including owning the re-launch of the corporate website.

What You Will Bring:

  • 4+ years of experience (or 2+ with MBA) in product marketing, digital marketing, marketing communications (including agency experience) or brand management

  • Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines independently

  • Demonstrated cross-functional collaboration, with examples of working in matrixed or multi-functional teams

  • Strong copywriting skills; able to share examples (e.g. web copy, brochures, blogs)

  • Experience with collecting, reporting, and visualizing metrics using Google Analytics or similar platforms

  • Experience with CRM tools such as SalesForce or HubSpot

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Communications or related life sciences field; MBA or advanced degree a plus

Preferred Skills:

  • Prior experience at life science company

  • Experience with Adobe InDesign, Canva, or other design software/tools

What You Will Do:

  • In partnership with VP of Marketing, set annual product and digital marketing strategy, track KPIs, and recommend tactical executions, including the identification of improvements or tactical shifts regularly in response to customer and competitor dynamics

  • Lead the strategy and execution of a new corporate website, including managing website agency partners, setting the creative direction, and coordinating content and assets across cross-functional teams

  • Research and identify web content strategies to the marketing and medical affairs team to enhance SEO, traffic, and lead generation

  • Own, maintain, and execute marketing calendar across all channels in partnership with Med Affairs, Business Development and HR/Recruiting to drive business objectives and functional goals

  • Develop and manage email marketing and automation, utilizing CRM platforms to build our organic audience, drive customer engagement, and optimize performance (e.g., A/B testing)

  • Manage our social media platforms including our activity and engagement on LinkedIn, Twitter(X), and YouTube

  • Lead the organization, planning, and execution of key congress attendance (e.g., ASH, AACR, ASCO) and events (e.g., customer receptions, symposia)

  • Identify, track, and analyze metrics to evaluate marketing channel performance and recommend improvements

  • Manage and track budget for technologies and vendors utilized in scope of role

This role is offering a salary between $115,000-135,000, and is eligible for equity offerings.

Foresight offers benefits including paid vacation, sick time, and parental leave (if applicable), alongside medical, dental, vision, life, disability coverage, flexible spending accounts, and a 401k with company match. 

The application deadline for this position is March 6, 2024

You will be working on interesting problems with extremely high impact. We promote the professional development of our employees and will encourage upward mobility within the company for high performing employees. Foresight Diagnostics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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Location: Hybrid near Boulder, Colorado

About our Company: Foresight Diagnostics is an early-stage, venture-backed molecular diagnostics company that is developing non-invasive cancer detection technologies to improve the lives of patients worldwide. Our portfolio of cell-free DNA based liquid biopsy tests are rooted in novel and proprietary methods developed at Stanford University. Our approach enables the earlier detection of smaller tumors, leading to more personalized and effective cancer treatment strategies for patients. We have deep expertise in molecular biology, bioinformatics, and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), and maintain a dynamic, fast-paced work environment with significant opportunities for high-impact contribution and rapid professional growth. Foresight Diagnostics is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

About the Role: This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking for career growth joining at an exciting time for the accounting department and for the Company. This is a newly created position to support a startup that will have a tangible positive impact on society. The Senior Accountant will play a key role in supporting the Controller, managing day-to-day accounting activities (GL/AP/AR), and in building and shaping the accounting function for a startup. This role will demand attention to detail, the willingness to go outside prescriptive job duties, to embrace the unknown, and a healthy obsession for process improvement and compliance.

What You Will Bring:

  • A roll-up-your sleeves, can-do, positive attitude. A personality to contribute to our start-up culture, but with an eye for proactiveness, compliance, discipline, meeting deadlines, and critical thinking relating to operations and maintaining accurate books.

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, accounting, or related field.

  • Minimum of 4+ years’ experience working as an accountant.

  • CPA and public accounting experience is preferred, but not required.

  • Previous operations experience in AP, AR, and potentially payroll.

  • Experience in biotechnology, genomics, or diagnostics industries is advantageous, especially with clinical research/regulated products.

  • Strong knowledge of US GAAP, internal controls, and risk assessment.

  • Previous GL involvement in full cycle month-end close activities and financial reporting, including revenue, COGS allocation, etc.

  • Experience with Netsuite ERP system is preferred but not required.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word is required.

  • Ability to juggle competing priorities, meet deadlines, and to proactively communicate priorities.

  • Ability to maintain confidentiality over all sensitive matters and information.

  • Ability to collaborate effectively with the Controller and other members both externally and internally to ensure compliance and project success, including a successful first audit.

  • Contribute to the growth and maturation of the accounting function as the Company expands.

  • Willingness to perform job duties not entailed in this job description.

What You Will Do:

  • Set a shining example of professionalism, integrity, and ethical conduct for the Accounting Department, serving as a role model and promoting a positive work culture.

  • Collaborate closely with the Controller in establishing, managing, and improving upon the month close cycle. Eagerness to be involved in every aspect of the close cycle.

  • Take ownership in managing the accounts payable and receivable processes, and potentially the payroll process. Own various other day to day compliance activities.

  • Support audit readiness requirements and operational enhancements for eventual commercialization of Foresight Diagnostic’s assays.

  • Develop relationships and provide value for key department leaders as well as to meet accounting function requirements.

  • Contribute to the development of enhanced internal controls.

  • Assist with process improvement and recommendations for efficiencies and automation while adhering to compliance/GAAP requirements. 

  • Assist with system implementations and integrations, as needed.

  • Develop a deep understanding of the systems you will work with which will include Netsuite, Bill.com, Salesforce, and Brex.

  • Adhere to established accounting policies and provide value added feedback to the revision of those policies.

  • Onboard and steer the development of additional staff members, as needed.

  • Support business goals as needed. Assist in finance goals such as budget management, cash flow forecasting, as needed.

This role is offering a salary between $93,000-108,000 and is eligible for equity offerings.

Foresight offers benefits including paid vacation, sick time, and parental leave (if applicable), alongside medical, dental, vision, life, disability coverage, flexible spending accounts, and a 401k with company match. 

The application deadline for this position is March 6, 2024

You will be working on interesting problems with extremely high impact. We promote the professional development of our employees and will encourage upward mobility within the company for high performing employees. Foresight Diagnostics is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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