We’re changing healthcare and changing lives—and we need you.

Medical genetics is complex

Medical genetics means solving challenging problems across vast data sets. We want to deliver expert-level genetic answers to patients at scale. We need the best, most passionate people to help us get there.

Invitae offers the opportunity to do deeply meaningful work – work that will help shape the future of medicine – and could help your own family.

Our engineers are critical

Invitae’s platform is setting the standard for the exploding medical genetics industry by harnessing technologies like robotics, artificial intelligence, machine learning and software engineering, together with world-class genetic expertise to provide information that helps patients facing a wide array of health concerns.

But to do this at scale requires vertical integration of vast, complex data and sophisticated multidisciplinary approaches. We need top engineers to help us develop solutions that push our efforts forward.

Our opportunity for growth and impact is vast, which means yours is too. Invitae offers the potential for incredible growth and the opportunity to do the most important work of your career – work that could span decades as medical genetics revolutionizes healthcare.

Our team has the freedom to create answers

Our culture is grounded in freedom with responsibility, guided by a shared sense of urgency and ownership. Employees are empowered to speak up, try new things and make decisions that push us forward. We provide all employees with opportunities to grow and advance, supported by flexible work hours, unlimited paid time off, the ability to work anywhere for many roles and the satisfaction of doing meaningful work.

Learn more about Invitae

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Harnessing genetic science and technology to help patients requires a lot of collaboration. Go behind the scenes of one remarkable event hosted by Invitae.

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At Invitae, we ask each other, “What is your why?” Why get up every day and put 110% into your work? Hear what our engineers have to say.