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    Opportunity: Genome Center Software Engineer @ Children's Mercy Hospital & Clinics -- Kansas City, MO (US)
    Submitted by Jeff Janda; posted on Wednesday, April 24, 2013


    • Provide programming and support for application systems development and maintenance projects through all phases of development including design, development, deployment, and operations
    • Assists in the development of molecular biology related systems and databases in support of the Center for Pediatric Genomic Medicine as well as clinical and research efforts at CMH
    • Works closely with genome center staff/faculty in various projects to gather requirements and provide data analysis solutions under the direction of the Director of Informatics – Genome Center


    • Associate's Degree
    • 5 years prior work experience in the same job could be accepted in lieu of a degree
    • 3 years experience
    • Programming, web based application, relational databases: Unix/Linux Operating System, Java or C++, Perl or Ruby, Relational Databases


    Bioinformatics programmer to assist with development of software applications for DNA sequence analysis. Desired technical skills include Java, Ruby on Rails, web development, relational databases and Linux. Bioinformatics experience a plus, especially experience with NextGen sequencing, sequence alignment and public databases (GenBank, ENSEMBL etc.)


    Kansas City


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