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Accelerating the pace of Life Sciences R&D

We are at the start of a bio-revolution. Sooner than we think, biotech will touch all aspects of our lives, from the food we eat, to the clothes we wear, to the medicines we take. Come help us push this cutting-edge science forward with our cutting-edge software.
  • What’s the culture like at Benchling?

    We strive to build an environment where everyone brings their full heart to their work. That means making Benchling a home for everyone, regardless of ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, age, education, or any other personal characteristic. It also means fostering togetherness and collaboration – whether that involves working on a project cross-functionally, or gathering together for our weekly happy hours.
  • What makes Benchling unique?

    Everyday at Benchling, you’re surrounded by talented people who are really excited about the work they’re doing and the impact they’re having. It’s truly special to be able to work on a product that you can believe in, and to work alongside colleagues who are energized by the shared vision of a future with less disease and greater sustainability.
  • What does Benchling do best?

    Benchlings are as dedicated to helping each other grow as they are to helping the company grow. From our monthly lunch-and-learns, to our monthly scientific talks, to the cross-functional collaboration that permeates our culture, everyone at Benchling is empowered to grow as an employee and help their colleagues grow in turn.

Benefits

  • Paid parental leave
  • 401(k) plan
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
  • Yearly company-wide retreat
  • Monthly gym and wellness stipend
  • Commuter benefits
  • 100% premiums covered for health, dental, and vision
  • Weekly happy hours and regular company events
  • Flexible PTO and company-wide winter holiday shutdown

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