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Opportunity: Bioinformatician I @ Duke Human Vaccine Institute--Durham, NC (US)
Submitted by Human Resources; posted on Monday, February 06, 2012
The Center for Human Genome Variation is looking to recruit a Bioinformatician I to collaborate with researchers and scientists providing bioinformatics training, consulting, applications support and development.

The successful candidate will work with a team of CHGV Bioinformaticians that focus on new software development as well as development and maintenance of specific areas of the next generation sequencing analysis pipeline. In addition, the position will develop and implement innovative computational approaches for the analysis of large sequence datasets from NGS technologies, train and assist CHGV staff and affiliates with data access, analysis, and interpretations, collaborate and consult with CHGV researchers to analyze problems and recommend solutions to meet the computational needs for a wide range of biological research, and contribute to publications.

Qualified candidates must have a B.S. in the Biological Sciences with demonstrable computational skills or a B.S. in Computer Science with a strong interest in Biology/Genomics. A Master's degree in the biological sciences or computer science with 5 years of bioinformatics experience is highly desirable and a PhD in a related field is preferred.

Candidate should have: experience with web-based bioinformatics tools, public domain biological databases and software tools for sequence, domain and structural analysis; extensive familiarity with and development of computational tools in biology that use genomic data to generate biological hypotheses; experience with a procedural language, proficient in Java, Perl, C, web design, DNA genome informatics, proteomics informatics, statistics, and computer science.

Experience and a strong interest in software development in an object oriented language, strong experience with the JAVA language, and knowledge of web development, particularly in web database development (such as Oracle or MySQL) is preferred.

Durham, NC

Interested candidates should submit a resume to:
Human Resources
Center for Human Genome Variation
Durham, NC 27708
Please note Bioinformatician in the subject line.

Duke University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

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