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Opportunity: Bioinformatics Position Open at the Joslin Diabetes Center--Boston, MA (US)
Submitted by Christopher W Botka; posted on Tuesday, November 06, 2007
Bioinformatics Programmer Analyst (JobID: DERC_BIOINFO_1107)

The Joslin Diabetes Center Bioinformatics Core seeks a highly motivated and energetic individual to join a team providing bioinformatics support and development to the Center's biological sciences research community.

Provides support on bioinformatics-related concepts, applications, and tools.
Collaborates and consults with researchers to analyze genomic, proteomic or genetic problems, and design computational strategies for a wide range of biological research.
Together with other members of the team, contributes to the design, development, implementation, and testing of biocomputing tools as part of the Center's computational biology initiative.
Participates in a data warehouse project, particularly aimed at integrative data mining using information from both Research and Clinical studies.

An M. S. or equivalent in bioinformatics or biology with demonstrable computational skills or an M. S. or equivalent in computer science with a strong interest in biology.
Experience with web-based bioinformatics tools, public-domain biological databases and software tools for sequence, domain and microarray analysis.
Familiarity with, and development of, computational tools in biology that use genomic data to generate biological hypotheses.
Experience in supporting interdisciplinary collaborations.
Experience with one or more of; C, C++, PERL, Python, S+, R, Ruby, Java, SQL.
Experience with bioinformatics software development preferred.

Ideal candidates will possess a high degree of initiative and professionalism, strong organization and problem-solving skills, and will be excellent communicators. The candidate should value collaboration and team culture while retaining the ability to work independently and prioritize multiple assignments. The candidate will show an eagerness and aptitude for learning new systems and technical subjects. The ability to work with and assist faculty and student researchers of varied backgrounds and computer proficiencies is a must. The ideal candidate will maintain a detail-oriented and disciplined approach to providing support, and an attitude of customer service and quality at all times.

Please submit your resume and cover letter along to: Research.Computing[at]
(Document formats: MS Word, PDF, TEXT)
Please Include: JobID: DERC_BIOINFO_1107 in the subject line.

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