Sandor hiring


Sandor hiring candidates for following job positions – All Life Science Graduates Apply Now

1. Senior Manager/Head of Department – Proteomics

Qualification : Master in Lifesciences/PhD with relevant 4-5 years of experience in Proteomics: Q-TOF, Protein profiling, MALDI, Metabolomics, Intact mass, Protein/peptide sequencing, Label free/Labelled quantification etc.

2. Genetic Counsellor

Qualification : Degree in Genetic counselling with 0-1 years experience or basic understanding about exome sequencing/Genetics disorders is preferable.

3. Senior Bioinformatics/Senior Genome Analyst

Experience : With 1-3 years in exome analysis variant selection and Reporting with knowledge of ACMG guidelines.

Interested candidates are requested to send their resume: [email protected]

Here are interview questions and sample answers for the job positions mentioned at Sandor :

For the Senior Manager/Head of Department – Proteomics Position:

1. Can you describe your experience in Proteomics, particularly your proficiency in Q-TOF, Protein profiling, MALDI, Metabolomics, and other relevant techniques?

Sample Answer: I have a Master’s degree in Lifesciences and over 5 years of experience in Proteomics. During my career, I have gained hands-on experience with various proteomic techniques, including Q-TOF mass spectrometry, Protein profiling, MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry, Metabolomics, intact mass analysis, and protein/peptide sequencing. These skills have allowed me to effectively analyze complex biological samples and contribute to important research in the field.

2. How have you managed and led teams in your previous roles, and what strategies do you use to ensure successful collaboration in a Proteomics department?

Sample Answer: In my previous role as a Senior Manager, I successfully led and managed cross-functional teams in the Proteomics department. I believe in fostering a collaborative and innovative work environment by encouraging open communication, setting clear goals, and recognizing individual contributions. Regular team meetings, skill development programs, and effective project management were some of the strategies I employed to ensure successful collaboration and achievement of departmental objectives.

For the Genetic Counsellor Position:

1. What motivated you to pursue a career in Genetic Counselling, and how do you stay updated with the latest developments in genetics and genomics?

Sample Answer: My passion for genetics and the desire to help individuals and families navigate the complexities of genetic disorders motivated me to pursue a career in Genetic Counselling. To stay updated with the latest developments, I regularly attend conferences, workshops, and seminars in the field of genetics. I also subscribe to reputable scientific journals and online forums to keep myself informed about emerging trends and research in genetics.

2. Can you share your understanding of exome sequencing and genetic disorders, and how this knowledge would be beneficial in your role as a Genetic Counsellor?

Sample Answer: Exome sequencing is a powerful technique that allows us to sequence the protein-coding regions of the genome. It plays a crucial role in identifying genetic variations associated with various genetic disorders. As a Genetic Counsellor, my understanding of exome sequencing and genetic disorders enables me to provide accurate and informed counseling to individuals and families who may be at risk of genetic conditions. This knowledge helps me explain the results of genetic tests and guide them in making informed decisions about their health and future.

For the Senior Bioinformatics/Senior Genome Analyst Position:

1. Can you elaborate on your experience in exome analysis and variant selection, especially in the context of the ACMG guidelines?

Sample Answer: Over the past 3 years, I have worked extensively in exome analysis, with a focus on variant selection and reporting. I am well-versed in utilizing bioinformatics tools and pipelines to identify and interpret genetic variants. My experience includes adhering to ACMG guidelines, which are essential for the accurate interpretation of variant pathogenicity. This expertise allows me to contribute effectively to the analysis and reporting of genetic data.

2. How do you ensure the quality and accuracy of variant selection and reporting in exome analysis, and how do you handle challenging cases or variants of uncertain significance (VUS)?

Sample Answer: Quality and accuracy are paramount in exome analysis. I maintain a rigorous validation process for variant selection, involving multiple quality control checks and thorough literature review. When encountering challenging cases or VUS, I collaborate with a team of experts to discuss and assess the clinical significance. This collaborative approach ensures that the final variant reporting is reliable and comprehensive, even in complex cases.




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