Paratus Diagnostics is always looking for exceptional talent to join our growing team. Conveniently located in San Marcos, we are right in the middle of the rapidly growing Austin to San Antonio technology corridor. With about 5,000 square feet of laboratory and office space, we research, develop, manufacture, and test the Paratus PreparedNow® System right in the heart of Texas.
Our facility consists of both office and BSL-2 certified laboratory space which includes an autoclave anaerobic chamber, cryogenic freezer, plate reader/spectrophotometer, shaking and stationary incubators, PCR thermocycler, microplate shakers, centrifuge, optical bench, spotter, laser cutter, and 3D printers.
Our mission is to develop a small, convenient care, low-cost, FDA cleared diagnostic solution suitable for easy use right in the doctor’s office or clinic that can rapidly and accurately diagnose patients for a variety of infectious diseases. We have branded our solution the PreparedNow® System, and you can learn more about it here.
Our vision is to develop and ultimately distribute worldwide, transformative medical diagnostic devices and solutions that will improve health outcomes while making care affordable and accessible to all people regardless of socio-economic status or demographics.
Our core values are reflected in our motto: Think - Innovate - Invent
Think - Taking a proactive approach to decision making by carefully thinking through each possible scenario and outcome.
Innovate - Utilizing existing resources to create innovative solutions for the challenges we face.
Invent - Leading the transformation in point-of-care diagnostics testing through inventing a simple automated system for a variety of complex tests.
If you are interested in joining our team, please read the job descriptions below, and if applicable, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Optical Engineer is responsible for the applied research and development of bio-medical systems and sub-systems to be used in the development of the Paratus foundational point-of-care cartridge technology.
The Staff Biologist is responsible for the applied research of assay chemistries, and development of new chemistries applicable to multiplexed chemiluminescent (and fluorescent) detection systems.