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What Do Our Teams Do?

Get a first impression of what tasks await you and what we are looking for

Are you passionate, curious, and looking for an opportunity to contribute at Genedata? Take a look at some typical functional roles in our organization to get a first impression of your role.

Software Engineering

Software Engineers at Genedata work in agile, self-organizing development teams, each focusing on one of our market leading computational platforms. As members of highly motivated development teams, our software engineers are involved in sprint planning and presenting the sprint results in review meetings to internal stakeholders. As a quality-driven organization, we invest a great deal in automated testing and continuous integration support. Nevertheless, active participation in various testing processes is part of the job. Our highly talented software engineers work with a diverse group of colleagues, including scientists and business managers, so good communication skills are a must.

Expertise in software engineering and experience in agile software development projects are essential requirements for successful software engineers at Genedata. An in-depth understanding of enterprise systems, state-of-the-art software architectures, and efficient software implementation is highly beneficial. Ideally team members have experience working on major cross-functional projects and enjoy a strong team-oriented collaborative approach to software engineering.

Scientific Consulting

Our Scientific Consultants (also called Scientific Account Managers), who sometimes also take on the role of Project Managers, act as the interface between our software engineering departments and our customers. Working as a scientific consultant at Genedata is an interdisciplinary, multi-faceted, and highly interactive role, offering exciting opportunities to support, shape, and promote cutting-edge software systems. Our scientific consultants come from a variety of disciplines, but all of them enjoy solving complex problems for our customers. They are either experts in the analysis of complex experimental datasets or are keen to provide their expertise in streamlining and optimizing large and challenging data processes for our customers. Others take on responsibility for managing our strategic development projects in close collaboration with our customers.

Genedata’s Scientific Consultants need to have a profound understanding of the requirements of our customers as well as the solutions we provide to address those requirements. Using their strong analytical skills, they interact with varied stakeholders from IT, science and business.Therefore very strong communication skills are key. Furthermore excellent presentation skills are required in pre-sales as well as post-sales situations and require a positive attitude to get things resolved.


Marketing experts at Genedata work in close collaboration with our scientists, product managers, and business developers to support the commercialization of our innovative enterprise solutions. Their responsibilities include producing marketing material that illustrates the value of our offerings, conducting marketing campaigns to create awareness for our products, and providing market analysis to support business and product development. Our marketing teams work with influencers, analysts, and the media to shape messages and draft press releases, and also use social media to connect with our rapidly growing customer base.  In addition, the marketing role includes providing support in lead generation and understanding marketing ROI. Finally, the organization and promotion of conferences, customer events, and webinars is also in scope of marketing.

For our marketing teams, we need skillful communicators, who understand the value of our solutions in a dynamic industry and at the same time know how to map our value propositions to the needs of our customers. We look for people who combine a good scientific and technical background with significant B2B marketing experience, ideally with a background in the enterprise software or life science industry.

Business Development

Business Development Managers (sometimes also called Business Account Managers) are responsible for planning and coordinating the sales strategy and business activities related to a group of key accounts. They establish relationships with relevant customer stakeholders and coordinate the interactions between our delivery teams and our customers. In addition, they interact with a large and diverse group of Genedata professionals to gain, support, and retain successful partnerships. In collaboration with the marketing team, they participate in activities that highlight our presence at conferences and other scientific or technical meetings.

Successful Business Development Managers at Genedata speak three languages: business, science and IT. They possess strong communication and presentation skills, the ability to clearly and concisely deliver messages, a talent in finding a common path forward, and the ability to effectively work with people from different areas of expertise. In addition, having experience in selling enterprise software solutions into a rapidly evolving biopharma and biotech is helpful.

IT Operations

Our IT operations team works in close collaboration with our software engineering and business teams. The team manages and maintains our external and internal IT infrastructure, including our network hardware (servers and work stations) as well as our software platforms in the cloud.  Duties include designing IT solutions tailored to individual needs and preparing strategies for coordinating IT systems across different divisions and regions. This also includes installing, configuring, and troubleshooting hardware, taking care of software issues, and supporting applications and databases. The team also gives internal trainings and contributes to the customer-support knowledge base.


Our administration currently includes roles in finance, legal, and human resources.

The finance group is responsible for budget and resource planning, monitoring of actuals versus budgeted resources and the generation of forecasts. While providing transparency on the performance of the company, the group keeps a close eye on internal controls and financial accounting. Key tasks include reporting and preparation of financial statements according to national and international accounting standards.

Our legal department takes care of all contracts, ensuring comprehensive legal protection and regulatory compliance within the organization. The legal unit is also involved in providing advice on a broad spectrum of business-related issues.

In human resources, the primary focus is on finding new talent and in the development and retention of our employees. The group advises on all HR issues and serves as a centralized point of contact, interfacing with employees and all levels of management.