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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
RESPONSIBILITIES:
* 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

REQUIREMENTS:
* 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

PREFERENCES:
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.)

LOCALE:
Kansas City

HOW TO APPLY:
Send resumes to jdjanda[at]cmh.edu or apply at http://www.childrensmercy.org/careers/

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