At Nautilus, we have a big and important mission: improve the health of millions by unleashing the potential of the proteome to accelerate drug development and enable a new world of precision and personalized medicine. We are developing a single-molecule protein analysis platform of unprecedented sensitivity, scale, and ease of use that we believe will democratize access to the proteome – one of the most dynamic and valuable sources of biological insight. To accomplish this, we are pursuing deep, hard science with an entrepreneurial mindset and creating a world-class team of builders, innovators, and dreamers across a wide range of disciplines.
The Director/Senior Director of Instrument Hardware Engineering will be responsible for leading and building out a world-class life sciences Instrument Hardware Engineering team that is tasked with developing instruments for Nautilus’ single molecule based high throughput proteomics platform. The instrument hardware engineering team, consisting of mechanical, electrical, optics, fluidics, motion control, and systems engineers, is largely based out of San Carlos but has team members operating out of San Diego and Seattle as well. The ideal leader must have experience managing a diverse engineering team spread over multiple sites. Besides instrument development, the hardware engineering team will also works closely with the Consumables R&D teams and Product Management teams to design flowcells and custom plastics for various reagents that will be consumed on the instrument.
We are looking for individuals with extensive experience developing capex equipment, particularly life sciences instruments, and having a track record of taking products from the concept phase all the way into commercial launch and post-launch support.
Advanced research and technology development activities resulting in next generation commercial products will also be led by this individual. This individual will be expected to work closely with product management in developing multi-year product roadmaps, especially as it relates to instruments.
Reporting into the SVP for Product Development, this person will work closely with the executive team and peer groups including consumables R&D, software engineering, operations, product marketing and project management towards the development and commercialization of proteomic products.
$205,000 - $273,000 a year
The hiring pay range for this position is based on skills, education and experience relevant to the role; title may be assessed one level lower or higher, accordingly. Other components of total compensation include a competitive options grant at the time of hire (with potential for additional grants).
Benefits include medical, vision, and dental insurance, group and supplemental life insurance, 401k retirement plan, responsible (unlimited) paid time off, parental leave, and more.