Manufacturing Associate

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Company Description

Honeycomb Biotechnologies is an early-stage company focused on making scalable solutions for storage and single cell genomic analysis of precious clinical samples. We enable translation of the rich biological information encoded in clinical specimens into high-resolution digital information, which can be queried and analyzed with sequencing. The resulting exponential growth in knowledge about the state of each person’s health and disease will enable the identification of new therapies and better targeting of current medicines in the era of precision medicine. Our first product is the “HIVE” – a single-use disposable device that is used (without any Honeycomb-specific instrumentation or equipment) for capturing, storing, and analyzing biological samples. Come join our team focused on providing basic and clinical researchers with better solutions for understanding health and disease at single cell resolution.

Position Summary

This position will address a number of essential functions for manufacturing Honeycomb’s single-use device product. The successful candidate will be responsible for multiple steps of production and assembly of the device including photolithography, chemical processing, and assembly. Other responsibilities will likely include quality control testing, reagent filling, and packaging/kitting.

Responsibilities & Essential Functions

  • Execute device manufacturing tasks with attention to detail and quality
    • Photolithography processing
    • Lamination
    • Chemical processing
    • Reagent transfer (pipetting)
    • Component and device assembly and packaging
  • Maintain accurate and complete in-process manufacturing records
  • Track and manage inventory of raw materials required for manufacturing
  • Work independently with limited in-person management and task guidance
  • Assist in refining and improving manufacturing protocols and practices for efficiency and quality
  • Effectively communicate results and observations
  • Learn and follow all quality system and laboratory safety requirements



  • Minimum of 2 years of relevant hands-on experience with 5+ years preferred
  • Organized with high attention to detail, accuracy, and reproducibility
  • Strong task organization and efficiency of execution
  • Experience with manufacturing/assembly of multi-component devices and/or consumables
  • Knowledge of general chemical safety practices and/or clean manufacturing practices
  • Knowledge and/or experience with cGMP, ISO 9001, or ISO 13485
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Authorization to work in the United States without sponsorship required


  • Life sciences or biotechnology industry experience
  • Small company experience
  • Experience operating in an ISO-certified environment
  • QC testing or development experience
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