Work with us.

Corgenix makes a difference by developing and manufacturing innovative products that ultimately improve the quality of life of those served by our products. We are seeking talented and resourceful people who want to work hard and be on a team that solves challenging and important problems and who will thrive in our results-oriented and collaborative culture.

We offer industry-competitive compensation commensurate with work experience as well as a selection of health, dental, vision and disability insurances.

As an equal opportunity employer, we value diversity in thought, experience and cultural backgrounds. Our commitment to a diverse workforce is demonstrated through all aspects of our hiring and employment practices.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), if you have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with Corgenix, please e-mail careers@corgenix.com

How to Apply

If you’re interested in working with us, please send your resume and cover letter by mail or email.

Mailing Address:


Corgenix, Inc.

11575 Main St Ste 400

Broomfield, CO 80020

ATTN: Human Resources
E-Mail: careers@corgenix.com

Current Openings:

Research Associate II

Corgenix, an FDA regulated medical diagnostics company, was founded in 1990.  The Company is located in Broomfield, Colorado, ten miles northwest of Denver.  Corgenix develops, manufactures and distributes medical diagnostic test kits, which are sold to hospitals and reference laboratories worldwide.  Additional information, including scientific and technical information, can be found on the company website www.corgenix.com .  As a result of continued growth, there are several new opportunities available in the Research and Development Department.

The Research and Development staff is responsible for all aspects of new diagnostic test kit development in compliance with FDA quality System Design Control Regulations and ISO standards.  The R&D program includes new product development for Corgenix, for strategic partners, and as part of a multi-million dollar grant awarded by the National Institute of Health.

The ideal candidate will have a BS degree  in a biological science with 2-5 years experience in a product development role.  Expertise developing product using ELISA, Immunoturbidimetry, Lateral Flow, or a similar immunoassay technology is ideal.  Candidates at all levels are encouraged to apply.  Demonstrated ability to plan experimental work, document all development activities, and compile accurate research reports is required.  Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite is desired, GraphPad Prism, SAS/JMP or similar statistics software is also helpful.  Good interpersonal skills are a plus, as the successful candidate will interact as a member of a team and throughout the company at all levels.  The R&D positions are for laboratory bench scientists and are not office based positions.  Candidates will be required to participate in in-house training, which may include spending a period of time working with Quality Control and Manufacturing to ensure that new products are developed with a clear understanding of the QC and Manufacturing systems. 

Applications for these positions should include a cover letter summarizing relevant experience, a resume including employer history and salary expectation.  Resumes may be forwarded to resume@corgenix.com .  Corgenix is an equal opportunity employer and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.