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At Avidity, our Vision is to be a trusted partner to the global science community delivering high quality, innovative products, and unrivaled service. We are excited that you are interested in joining our team! Listed below are our current career opportunities. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply.

By joining the Avidity team, you’ll become part of the Avidity family. We invite you to explore our Career Opportunities and Total Rewards. It won’t take long to see how Avidity values its greatest asset – its employees.

From two employees in 1970 to nearly 275  today, Avidity has grown to be an industry leader in providing quality solutions to our customers. Our success could not have been achieved without the dedication and commitment of our employees. Avidity believes in hiring the brightest, most talented and skilled individuals to contribute to the on-going success of our organization and support our continued growth.

 Avidity is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  CLICK HERE TO REVIEW POLICY.

CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS - If interested and meet the position requirements please email resume:  [email protected]

NATIONAL SALES MANAGER

We have an exciting opportunity to join our growing organization, providing leadership and coordination of company sales functions in the life sciences research market segment.  If you are a high-energy, passionate and dynamic professional with proven consultative sales and leadership results who is seeking an opportunity to join a market leader where you can make a direct impact in growing our business and supporting our company vision, please consider applying. 


About the Role

In this role, you will:

    • Help develop a consultative selling proposition utilizing strategic selling methods to pursue and close new business to meet the company’s sales goals in areas including (but not limited to ) lab water purification, control/monitoring of critical lab-related environments, vivarium sales and service.
    • Develop performance metrics to measure the effectiveness of the sales process and organizations.
    • Research and develop strategies and plans which identify opportunities such as new products, services, markets, and geographies.
    • Coordinate and contribute with marketing to assist with the development of the brand.
    • Help build and manage go-to-market strategies in targeted regions to drive brand awareness per country/region as well as long-term revenue.
    • Define and structure sales organization to provide effective utilization of resources.
    • Directly manage major and critical developing client relationships.
    • Participate in company strategic planning.
    • Work with Sales Reps to develop detailed account plan including customer overview, business objectives, strategies, and competitive situation.

 

Position Requirements/Preferences

The ideal candidate will have progressive selling and sales management experience in the life sciences, water purification, laboratory or in vivo research/vivarium industry, a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Management or Engineering or related field and 10 years’ work experience, excellent relationship building skills, strong mechanical and problem solving skills as well as the ability to effectively manage teams and projects. 

 

 

LIFE SCIENCE SALES REPRESENTATIVE – NE Region

We have an exciting opportunity to sell our custom laboratory products and solutions throughout the life sciences, laboratory or in vivo research/vivarium customer base in the Northeast Region.  If you are a high-energy, passionate and dynamic sales professional with proven results who is seeking an opportunity to join a market leader where you can make a direct impact in growing our business and supporting our company vision, please consider applying. 


About the Role

As Sales Representative, you will:

    • Drive revenue growth by identifying a total product solution, matching our products to customer needs and minimizing competitive losses.
    • Build and strategically manage relationships with new and existing customers
    • Establish yourself as a trusted expert through mastering product knowledge and differentiating our solutions from the competition.
    • Develop and execute detailed account plans including understanding customer goals, business objectives, and corresponding strategies.
    • Leveraging our CRM software, manage multiple, complex sales processes from initial contact through receipt of purchase order, training and beyond.
    • Participate in conferences, meetings, and trade shows as needed to generate sales leads and increase awareness of company product lines. 

 

Position Requirements/Preferences

The ideal candidate will have selling experience in the life sciences, laboratory or in vivo research/vivarium industry, a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Biology, Life Science or related field and 5 years’ work experience, excellent relationship building skills, strong mechanical and problem solving skills as well as the ability to manage projects to scheduled commitments and budgets. 

 

Quality Manager

We have an excellent opportunity for a Quality Manager to lead our global quality system.  Are you hands-on, customer-focused, knowing that “black and white” thinking will not work for satisfying both the customer and business goals?  Do you have experience leading ISO quality management systems in either manufacturing, biology, water distribution/filtration and/or life science industries?  If you are looking for an opportunity to join a growing, profitable, industry-leader, please read on and consider applying. 

About the Role:

Reporting to the VP, Operations, you will work with engineering, design, manufacturing, sales, and customers to manage, plan, and conduct activities related to the development, application, and engineering of quality assurance standards and manufacturing processes.  This role will also provide leadership and oversight to document control, supplier development, and customer valve and water quality analysis to facilitate internal and external customer satisfaction. 

 This position oversees a small team focused on meeting the needs of our customers by continually seeking solutions that are both quality and customer focused, relying on root cause analysis, research, and a focus on improving metrics.

 Key Deliverables

In year one, the individual in this role will be responsible for:

    • Creating processes to expedite our response times to customers with quality issues.
    • Identifying issues and implementing systems to reduce warranty costs.
    • Taking the current water quality/testing program to the next level.
    • Identifying gaps in the current quality management system and implementing continual improvements where needed.

 Position Requirements/Preferences

    • Must have four (4) or more years of experience in the management of quality systems, ideally in the life science, water quality and/or manufacturing industry.
    • Bachelors in Engineering, Biology, Life Science, Operations Management, or similar.
    • Demonstrated expertise in root cause analysis, with a focus on improving on metrics using fact-based methodology.
    • ISO 9001:2015 preferred, or other ISO 9001 experience highly desired.
    • Knowledge and experience in water quality (i.e. water distribution systems, water filtration, water testing, chemical additives, reverse osmosis, chlorination, and acidification) a plus.

 

Drafter/Designer

About the Role

As Drafter/Designer, you will create Building floor plans and product detail drawings using CAD or BIM technology for our engineered systems and create and maintain application information for standard Avidity Science products.  Responsibilities will include:

    • Create and update engineered systems Building floor plans and detail drawings of various complexity using customer drawings, sketches, and verbal direction.
    • Serve as drawing creation and update resource for our Engineered Projects application team.
    • Create and maintain our floor plans, detail drawings, and configuration tools that define how our products are to be applied to meet customer’s needs.
    • Review the work of others in the department to ensure completeness and accuracy.
    • Communicate project information with engineering team daily.

Position Requirements/Preferences

The qualified candidate will have the ability to create mechanical and architectural drawings that clearly define the requirement of a design, read and interpret bid plans, schematics, and facility drawings, and display a high level of consistency, organization and attention to detail.  Requirements include an Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Drafting/Design. Or equivalent work experience and a minimum of 3 year’s practical experience. With working knowledge of AutoCAD 2015 or higher is required.  Experience with Revit preferred.


Machining Operator (Welding)

 We have a full-time opportunity available on our first shift in our Welding department.  If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity to work for a growing company where you can grow too, we encourage you to apply!

 About the Role

As Machining Operator, you will operate multiple types of machinery and equipment throughout the plant as necessary in accordance with Edstrom specifications and quality standards.  Responsibilities will include operating machinery and equipment within the Welding, Finishing, Machining and Fabrication departments and adjusting and maintaining set-ups (with an emphasis on Welding and Fabrication).

 Position Requirements/Preferences

High school diploma or equivalent and 3 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment required.  The qualified candidate must have the ability to learn to set-up, run and troubleshoot all equipment in Welding, Finishing, Machining and Fabrication in a safe manner, ability to operate and troubleshoot all SPC equipment, read and interpret measuring devices, drawings and blueprints and the ability to display a high level of accuracy and attention to detail in a fast-paced environment. 


Machining Associate (Temporary)

We have an exciting opportunity available in our first shift Machining department!  This opportunity offers up to 40 hours per week plus the possibility of overtime. Applicants must be eighteen years of age. This could be a great opportunity for someone looking for flexible work, such as around the school schedule or for temporary work with the upcoming holidays!  We look forward to hearing from you!

About the Role

In this role, your responsibilities will include operating drill dresses, secondary broaches, inspection equipment, basic hand tools, deburring parts, and assisting in other departments as necessary.

Position Requirements/Preferences

High school diploma or equivalent and 1 year of experience in a manufacturing environment required. The qualified candidate must have the ability to learn to set-up, run and troubleshoot new equipment introduced to the department, display a high level of accuracy and attention to detail in a fast-paced environment, and read and interpret measuring devices, along with drawings and blueprints. 

Assembler Associate (Temporary)

We have a couple of great opportunities available in our Valve Assembly department!  These opportunities are on our 1st shift and offering up to 40 plus hours per week.  We anticipate this temporary opportunity may last for the next month or more.    

About the Role:

In this role, you will assemble, test and inspect our products.  Previous assembly experience and experience with hand tools is a plus, but not required.  On the job training is provided!  Applicants must be eighteen years of age. 

This could be a great opportunity for someone looking for flexible work, such as around the school schedule or for temporary work with the upcoming holidays!  We look forward to hearing from you!


CURRENT OPEN POSITIONSIf interested and meet the position requirements please email resume:  [email protected]