Careers and Internships
Want to join our team?
AGTC is a clinical stage biotechnology company developing novel systems to deliver human therapeutics. Our team exceeds expectations every day, placing a high standard on integrity and open communication in all areas of our business enterprise.
We are always on the lookout for technical and business professionals who are eager to have a significant impact on improving patient care. If you are a highly self-motivated problem-solver, comfortable working as part of a cross-functional, interdisciplinary team, and want to work in an extremely dynamic and fast-paced environment, then you may be a great fit on our team.
AGTC is an equal-opportunity employer, offering competitive cash and stock-based compensation, excellent employee benefits and tremendous opportunity for personal and professional growth in an outstanding and intellectually-challenging work environment.
Open positions are listed via the links below:
Director - Gene Therapy Research (Cambridge, MA)
Scientist - Translational Research (Cambridge, MA)
Research Associate - Cloning (2 positions available)
Competitive compensation is offered commensurate with education and experience of the successful candidate, including salary, benefits, and company equity. AGTC is an EOE and maintains a drug free workplace.
Qualified applicants, please submit CV or resume to Human Resources.
Celebrating our 2016 Summer Interns
As you begin your career, you’ll need solid experience to land the job you want. AGTC offers internships each summer to highly motivated, team-oriented students. To be considered for an internship, please submit your resume and cover letter to Human Resources during the month of March.
“I had an undeniably enriching experience as a research intern… AGTC provided an exceptionally stimulating and encouraging environment for the interns to work in.”
- Danielle Liverpool
“AGTC taught me all the skills needed for a great foundation in biotechnology research, through daily, hands-on research in a supportive environment. I believe this experience aided my acceptance to the University of Florida's University Scholars Program, and thus is already helping me pursue my interests in a graduate education.”
- Jonathan Repper