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Opportunity: BIOINFORMATICIAN @ HortResearch--Auckland, New Zealand
Submitted by Nadine Andrews; posted on Friday, September 05, 2008
In this role you'll be responsible for assisting with the development of software, tools, and databases supporting genome annotation. You will participate in annotation projects within selected fruit crop, insect, fungal, and viral genomes and will assist researchers to incorporate bioinformatics into their projects.

Minimum requirements are a degree in life sciences or computer science, proven experience working within an existing genome annotation project and exposure to handling large data sets. You will have strong programming skills including the ability to develop bioinformatics software (scripts and programs) using both Perl and C# as well as development of relational databases using MySQL. Familiarity with handling next generation sequencing, genome assembly, and high throughput sequence analysis is advantageous.

This full time, two year fixed term position offers an exceptional opportunity to develop and apply your skills within a friendly, professional environment. As part of the HortResearch team, you will enjoy excellent working conditions and a wide range of benefits including subsidised superannuation and health insurance.

LOCALE: Auckland, New Zealand

Please visit our website for more information including application details.

To apply, send your application details, C.V. and a covering letter to Human Resources, Private Bag 92169 Auckland, New Zealand or vacancies[at]

REF. NUMBER: Please quote vacancy number 1089.

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