Job posting number: #7066520
Posted: May 27, 2020
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
MEDICAL & MOLECULAR GENETICS (IN-MMGE-IUINA)
Serve as Bioinformatician by conducting diverse bioinformatics analyses, including next generation sequencing (NGS) data processing and genomics downstream analysis. Meet with investigators to evaluate individual research projects. Participate in setup, maintenance and development of computational analysis pipelines. Assist in documentation of projects, tracking progress, and reports preparation, in addition to provide trainings for biologists and students on NGS data analysis.
Master’s degree in bioinformatics/computational biology/systems biology/computer science/statistics; OR master’s degree in genetics with strong programming skills and six months of relevant work experience; OR bachelor’s degree and four years of relevant work experience.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Advanced molecular biology techniques and next-generation sequencing (NGS) knowledge. Hands-on experience in NGS or other high-throughput biological data processing, and software/tools usage such as R/Bioconductor. Strong communication skills.
Experiences on Perl, Java, Python, Matlab, sequencing data processing software packages, e.g. STAR, BWA, GATK, Vardict, SAMtools, and MS SQL database.
Working Conditions / Demands
Majority of this job is performed working at a computer. Long hours looking at a computer monitor.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: 3IT
Job Function: Information Technology
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