Careers

We are always interested in expanding our professional team. If you'd like to be considered for a position, send us your resume and cover letter to the email address below. We'll contact you if a position becomes available. Resumes will remain on file for 90 days. jobs@gdx.net

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Open Positions

Assistant Laboratory Director
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Zillicoa

The Assistant Laboratory Director/Method Development Manager develops tests related to his/her area of expertise and serves as the scientific expert to staff performing tests related to his/her area of expertise. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following areas: develop, evaluate, and optimize analytical methods; validation/verification of laboratory analytical methods; establish/review standard operating procedures for laboratory operations; review and approve proficiency testing sources and practices; analyze and review test results, proficiency test results and quality control performance; evaluate pertinence and appropriateness of test reports; train/instruct laboratory personnel in best practices (supervisor, technologist, and technician level individuals); reports all regulatory compliance issues/concerns to the Laboratory Director; ensures regulatory compliance in all areas in which licensure/certificate of qualification are held; ensures safe practices within the physical laboratory space; and ensures effective remedial actions. This position interacts with the Laboratory Director, Technical Managers, Lab Supervisors, the VP of Lab Operations,the office of Quality, Research and Development, and other cross-functional groups. This position requires a PhD in an appropriate scientific discipline (chemical, physical, biological, or clinical laboratory science) along with a minimum of 3 years post graduate experience. Candidates should also meet the following requirements: strong working knowledge of chemistry or biochemistry, experience with method development using analytical instrumentation such as HPLC and GCMS (LC/MS/MS experience is a plus), able to troubleshoot laboratory equipment issues, strong communication and problem solving skills.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Assistant Controller
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Nettlewood

The Assistant Controller will provide critical support to the controller, the CFO, and the management team of Genova. Primary responsibilities will include handling the month and year-end close; publishing internal monthly financial statements; recommending improvements to, and maintaining, internal accounting controls; coordinating and managing the annual external audit; overseeing tax payments and tax reporting compliance; preparing quarterly bank covenant compliance work papers; and managing members of the Genova finance team. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent. CPA required. MBA or MS degree preferred but not required. Candidates should have a minimum of 7-10 years of relevant experience and a current working knowledge of US GAAP. Prior experience would ideally be 3-5 years in public accounting for a national or regional CPA firm, plus industry accounting in a financial leadership role with a publicly held company. To perform this job successfully candidates must have excellent computer and data analysis skills. We are looking for the following attributes in our assistant controller: Team player, excellent people and communication skills, must be extremely organized with a high degree of integrity and able to adapt to change. Good data management and presentation skills. Preferred Skills: Microsoft Dynamics GP, health care industry knowledge, multiple legal entity consolidations (including international subsidiaries), prior staff management, M&A accounting & post-closing integration experience, and debt covenant compliance experience.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Laboratory Technologist
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Atlanta

The Lab Technician will process and analyze patient samples, monitor QC, and ensure all instruments are maintained properly. Perform immunoassay procedures and demonstrate sound laboratory techniques. Perform and evaluate temperature checks, parallel lot testing, and daily lot/expiration checks. Demonstrates proficiency in judging acceptability of quality control results. Demonstrates proficiency in the performance, interpretation and troubleshooting of assays. Participates in internal and external proficiency testing. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological or Chemical Science or a degree in Medical Technology with ASCP Certification and 6+ years of clinical work experience. Candidates with a Master’s Degree in Biological or Chemical Science with 4+ years of clinical laboratory experience are also eligible. Candidates must be an excellent problem solver, detail oriented, self-motivated, and a good team player. Also must be able to discriminate colors. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to learn and utilize the laboratory information system. Demonstrate an ability to use the following computer applications: Word and Excel.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Director, Clinical Evidence Development
Full Time • First Shift • Asheville-Nettlewood

The Director of the Clinical Evidence Development (CED) Group is responsible to ensure that all core functional capabilities of the CED group are executed according to approved annual functional plans. Core functional capabilities of the CED Group include: Biomarker Evidence Briefs, Analytics, Studies, and Papers. The Director, CED assists the VP Medical Affairs with planning, development and delivery of long term strategy and annual functional targets related to the core functional competencies assigned; works closely with other leaders within Medical Affairs to meet internal/external demands related to related core functional competencies for the CED group; provides functional team oversight; serves as an educational resource for team members and physician clients; offers educational support to Laboratory staff and the Customer Touch group; works closely with Priority Account Representatives, Regional Sales Managers and Territory Sales Managers to facilitate and promote clinical evidence development opportunities with Key Opinion Leaders and other research partners to deepen understanding and utilization of laboratory testing in clinical practice. Develops, directs and oversees all research and clinical evidence development functions. Creates processes, standards and guidelines for clinical evidence development area in support of business objectives. Ensures adherence to standard operating procedures, good clinical practice and IRB regulations. Requires a master's degree/Ph.D. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Leads and directs the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. This position requires an advanced degree in a clinical health science (PA, FNP, CCN, ND, DC, RN, MS, PhD) or equivalent; and at least 5 years related experience and/or training. Training in the nutritional and/or integrative medical fields, as well as direct experience in clinical research and evaluating the strength of clinical evidence, are highly recommended and valued. To perform this job successfully candidates must have excellent computer skills. Candidates must have the ability to organize information in cogent and easily accessible way via computer and other office systems imperative. Knowledge and experience with software programs such as Microsoft Office – including Word, Power Point and Excel – a must. Experience or a working knowledge with other analytic and/or statistical software (e.g. SAS) is desired.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Medical Director
Full Time • First Shift • Asheville-Nettlewood

The Medical Director is responsible for offering clinical leadership and guidance in the following areas: 1. Serves as Clinical Consultant for all other functional areas of the company. 2. Directly supports Medical Education, Clinical Evidence Development, and Payer Engagement functions This position requires a Medical Doctor degree and more than 5 years related clinical experience and/or training. Education in functional medical therapeutics and clinical intervention strategies is also required. Candidates must have direct experience in patient care, teaching and medical curriculum development, research, and biostatistical analysis. Candidates must be a physician actively licensed in the United States and eligible to obtain a medical license in North Carolina.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Lab Tech I
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Atlanta

o We seek a team oriented Lab Technologist to perform, result, and report results from Microbiology assays in one or more of the following areas of microbiology: Parasitology, Bacteriology and Microbiology. Position requires experience and/or training in one or more of the following areas of technology: Bacterial culture evaluation, antibiotic sensitivity assays, microscopy, DNA probe assays, gastro-intestinal parasite identification, Enzyme immunoassay techniques. Additionally, any other department responsibilities or test systems utilized in the department that this individual is qualified to perform as defined by CLIAA standards will be performed. This position requires a Bachelor of Science degree, or equivalent in biological or medical technology sciences or Associate degree as a Medical Laboratory Technician with registry. No previous professional experience is required however prior clinical experience is desirable. Candidate must be able to perform microbiology procedures using sterile technique. Also must be able to use microscope for bacterial or parasitological work.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Network Administrator
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Nettlewood

The Network Administrator is accountable for maintenance and upgrades to Genova’s multi-site network and phone environment. He or she is responsible for identifying network and system requirements; installing upgrades; monitoring network performance, designing, organizing, modifying, installing, and supporting Genova's network and phone environment. Designs and installs LANs, WANs, Internet and intranet systems, and network segments. This position requires participation in an engineering on-call rotation program. To perform this job successfully candidates must have extensive network protocols understanding. Experience with CISCO networks, with CCNA certification preferred. Experience with Point-to-Point connections and Site-to-Site VPN administration is desired. Must have good knowledge and experience with VoIP phone systems. Knowledge of computer operating systems used at Genova (Windows, UNIX/LINUX and MacIntosh) and hardware, software and web technologies. Strong understanding of information security concepts and techniques required. This position requires a BS/CS degree or a BS degree in an equivalent field (e.g. mathematics or engineering).

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Service and Collections Manager
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Zillicoa

The Collections Manager is responsible for managing the ARBO (Accounts Receivable Business Office) teams accountable for the collection of reimbursement information and payment. This position manages the teams that most directly engage Genova’s customers to ensure positive bad debt and DSO performance. Specifically, the Collections Manager is accountable for the Collections Team including the ARBO Call Center, as well as the Registration and Pend Team. In addition, the Collections Manager supports the Operation as a whole by summarizing and reporting key performance metrics, refining processes, and through execution of functional plan initiatives. This position is responsible for effectively and efficiently utilizing resources to meet production benchmarks and provide excellent customer service to resolve customer issues that prevent the collection of accounts receivable. The Collections Manager must manage to the annual objectives set for all of ARBO, as well as any objectives for the Collections Team or the manager, personally. Candidates must have a related Bachelor’s Degree or management experience sufficient to allow waiver; Master’s Degree or other post graduate work desired. Candidates must also have 5 years’ experience in management or supervisory level positions within a business office environment; preferably within a Laboratory business office environment or other healthcare business environment. To perform this job successfully candidates should have strong computer aptitude, including all standard Microsoft Office products. Candidates must have expert level capabilities with MS Word and Excel, as well as strong capabilities with MS PowerPoint and Windows based applications. Candidates should be capable of quickly learning, utilizing, and innovating PC based applications.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Response Posting / 3rd Party A/R Specialist
Full Time-Temp to Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Nettlewood

The Third Party Specialist is responsible for working third party A/R and denials to ensure appropriate payment for Genova’s claims and timely resolution of third party accounts receivable according to Genova policy. Completes denial follow up and no response research with insurance carriers, patients, and clients to ensure claims are processed and to obtain adjudication information. He/she re-submits claims and appeals as necessary to ensure appropriate and timely reimbursement. This position supports billing processes and other A/R processes as necessary to ensure excellent cash collections and DSO performance. The Cash Poster is responsible for maintaining the 24 hour turn-around time requirement for the daily posting of all cash categories including payments by check and credit cards from Clients, Patients, International Distributors, Consumers, Commercial Insurance, BCBS, Medicaid and Medicare and Collection Agency. The position is responsible for the accurate posting of all cash payments and adjustments to the correct invoices. He/she is responsible for maintaining the standards of Genova Diagnostics’ internal control system regarding cash processing. This position requires a high school education. Associates degree in business preferred, relevant work experience will be substitutable for the appropriate candidate. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be comfortable working with standard Windows-based software packages of Word and Excel.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Report Processing Tech
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Atlanta

The Report Processing Tech will print, collate and ship laboratory results to Genova Diagnostic clients. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following: Printing of laboratory reports. Collating of laboratory reports. Shipping of both domestic and foreign laboratory reports. Ordering of supplies necessary for report processing. Printing of patient instructions. The Report Processing Tech will work closely with LSS staff, CS, and Shipping personnel. This position requires a high-school education. Candidate also must have good organizational and communication skills. Computer skills preferable.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Development Tech
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Zillicoa

The Development Technologist is responsible for the development and validation of new and current tests under the direction of the Lab Director . This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in chemical, physical or biological science or medical technology from an accredited institution. Candidates must have a minimum of two years experience in a clinical laboratory setting. Previous experience with research and the validation of clinical laboratory assays desirable. Previous experience with HPLC, GC/MS, ICP-MS, and ELISA assays desirable. Familiar with graphing and statistical functions. To perform this job successfully candidates must be proficient in using word and excel software.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Lab Assistant
Full Time • First Shift • Atlanta

The Laboratory Assistant assists the laboratory technical personnel with general duties that include sample check-in and processing, reagent preparation, cleaning glassware, equipment maintenance, data entry, checking shipments. This position requires a high-school education. Candidates also may have a 2 year degree. Laboratory experience is considered helpful but is not required. Candidates must be able to demonstrate attention to detail, visual acuity, manual dexterity, and ability to perform repetitive processes consistently. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to learn and utilize the laboratory information system and software associated with instrumentation used

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Human Resources Director
Full Time • First Shift • Asheville-Zillicoa, Asheville-Nettlewood, Atlanta

In this newly created role, you will manage a high functioning HR team, create a positive work environment, demonstrate our corporate values and develop future leaders within the organization. This highly visible and deadline driven role will be responsible for recruitment, personnel issues, employee benefits, the HR calendar, employee training and compliance with applicable laws and regulations. This position requires a degree in Management or Human Resources with a minimum of 6 years in an HR leadership role as well as HR experience in a corporate setting. Knowledge of HR law, federal and state, is required. Experience in personnel recruitment for high level positions and experience in designing and leading organizational and leadership development initiatives is required for this position. Experience in a clinical laboratory or healthcare setting is desirable. Knowledge of HR software and programs required. Expertise with computer spreadsheet programs is helpful for this position.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Corporate Controller
Full Time • First Shift • Asheville-Nettlewood

The Corporate Controller maximizes return on the Company’s financial assets by establishing and maintaining accounting & financial policies, procedures, controls, and reporting systems. The position is responsible for the general accounting functions, and supervises the Accounting and Accounts payable teams to ensure that all aspects of the company’s global accounting, financial reporting, tax compliance and internal control functions are performed properly, with maximum integrity and adherence to the value statement of the company. The Corporate Controller is responsible for assuring processes are in place to allow for the consistent generation of a timely financial reporting product. The Corporate Controller will create and implement policies and procedures to identify, resolve and document accounting & internal control issues, in addition to creating procedures to make the close and reporting processes more efficient and accurate on a global basis. The Controller reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer. Candidates must have the following skills and attributes: up-to-date knowledge of GAAP (including income tax reporting), financial reporting, and internal controls requirements; income tax accounting & reporting experience for multi-state jurisdictions; tax compliance experience for international, multi-location company; merger & acquisition purchase price accounting experience; post-acquisition integration experience (accounting systems, accounting policies & procedures, internal controls); and experience managing foreign subsidiary controllers (dotted-line reporting relationship). This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and CPA (active standing). Candidates must also have prior Corporate Controller or Assistant Corporate Controller experience with a $200+ million international, multi-location company. A minimum 6-7 years of experience working for a “Big 4” or National CPA firm is required, including at least 1-2 years as a Manager or Senior Manager. Public company SEC reporting and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance experience is preferred, but not required. Ideally, candidates will also have previous experience in the health care or laboratory industry, but this is not required.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Facilities Maintenance Assistant 2
Full Time-Direct Hire • First Shift • Asheville-Zillicoa

The Facilities Maintenance Assistant will work together with the Facilities Supervisor on all projects involving Genova Diagnostic’s buildings and grounds. He/she will assist the Facilities Supervisor whenever and wherever needed as well as being assigned weekly tasks. Candidates should have the following skills and attributes: must be able to work and communicate well with people; be adaptable; accept changes quickly and easily; basic knowledge of plumbing, electrical, carpentry; good working knowledge of hand and power tools; basic math skills; HVACR basic troubleshooting and maintenance; valid driver’s license, some overtime, some on-call weekends; must supply your own basic hand tools. This position requires a high school education. Candidates must also have at least 1 of the following requirements: 1 year of a job requiring some type of mechanical aptitude or 1 year doing “Handyman” type work, [Jack or Jill of all trades].

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE
Laboratory Technician I
Full Time • Third Shift • Atlanta

The Lab Technician will process samples; perform sample analysis using electronic multichannel pipettes, spectrophotometer, gamma counters, and automated platforms; and perform QC and maintenance procedures. Perform immunoassay procedures and demonstrate sound laboratory techniques. Perform and evaluate temperature checks, parallel lot testing, and daily lot/expiration checks. Demonstrates proficiency in judging acceptability of quality control results. Demonstrates proficiency in the performance, interpretation and troubleshooting of assays. Participates in internal and external proficiency testing. Assist the supervisor and assistant supervisor in the daily operation of the department. Daily, weekly, and monthly maintenance on all immunology instruments. Recognize and maintain minimum inventory levels. Works closely with other departmental personnel and with laboratory personnel, in general. Applies Genova value statements and Quality Principles to their work. Achieve training goals as established by Human Resources. Read and understand the department’s procedure manual. Assist the Supervisor and Assistant Supervisor in maintaining year round inspection readiness. Understand and follow all safety rules and regulations. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to learn and utilize the laboratory information system. Demonstrate an ability to use the following computer applications: Word and Excel. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Biological or Chemical Science or MLT Certification. No previous professional experience is required however prior clinical experience is desirable. Candidates must be an excellent problem solver, detail oriented, self-motivated, and a good team player. Also must be able to discriminate colors.

If you would like to be considered for this position, email your resume and cover letter to jobs@gdx.net

EOE

Our Values - Our People

We know that the key to success is in our people. Founded as a family-run business, we have worked hard to build a talented group of individuals from diverse backgrounds and a variety of professional experiences. Every employee, from our lab techs, to our PhD level product development specialists, to our client services representatives, to our accounting clerks, and everyone in between plays an important role in keeping us on track for achieving the ultimate goal of better patient care. We are a team and we look for the best and brightest to help us achieve the highest levels of quality, innovation, and education in functional medicine.

Genova Diagnostics is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.

Benefits and Compensation

Our benefit plans are an integral part of the compensation package and are reviewed on an ongoing basis to provide a competitive mix to attract new talent and reward current employees. Benefits generally offered include medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance plans, as well as matching 401k program. Vacation, holiday, personal time off and alternative work schedules are additional incentives to help facilitate a healthy work-life balance.

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