About the Company
Founded in 1971, Instech Laboratories, Inc. is a privately-owned company focused on the design, development and manufacturing of instruments for biomedical research. The majority of Instech's business comes from a range of products that evolved from the founder's experience in basic medical sciences, including laboratory animal infusion systems, miniature pumps and dissolved oxygen monitors.
Instech remains committed to its customers in university, government, and corporate laboratories by offering these products in standard and custom configurations, and by making them available directly from Instech and from a number of distributors worldwide. Instech's direct sales force covers North America, Europe and India.
Instech's facility is configured for both design and manufacturing. It includes an electronics design laboratory, a CAD center employing the latest software for 3D mechanical design and PCB layout, a modern machine shop and areas for mechanical, electronic and clean-room assembly.
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Instech offers excellent base and bonus compensation and benefit programs. Instech currently has the following open positions:
- Territory Manager, West Coast. Responsible for generating sales of laboratory animal infusion and sampling products in the western half of North America through direct sales calls, demonstrations and customer visits. Primary customers are pharmaceutical research laboratories. Experience in laboratory animal research is more important than sales experience, but the applicant must be highly driven and possess natural sales skills. Will work out of a home office in California (San Francisco Bay Area or San Diego preferred). Reports to Sales Director, North America. Click here to submit your resume for this position. [HR1801 updated January 2018]
- Manufacturing Technician. We are currently seeking a motivated and experienced Manufacturing Technician to join our ten person manufacturing team in Plymouth Meeting, PA. Job duties include assembly of disposable components for biomedical research, operating production equipment, maintaining quality and production documentation related to your work, and assisting in improvement of production processes. Candidates should have a high school diploma or GED, 3-5 years of relevant work experience in intricate assembly or clean room assembly of clinical or research product, and experience with lean manufacturing techniques and quality systems. Click here to submit your resume for this position. [HR1703 updated December 2017]