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Opportunity: BIOINFORMATICS Scientist - Crop Improvement (#1182) @ Rothamsted Research--Harpenden, UK
Submitted by Chris Rawlings; posted on Friday, July 20, 2012
A Bioinformatics Scientist is needed to develop and support bioinformatics resources as part of our research into the improvement of willow as a bioenergy crop.

Duties will include the analysis and interpretation of Next Generation Sequencing datasets from transcriptome and genome sequencing projects for willow, the development of data analysis and data integration pipelines and creating web-based tools for delivering results internally and externally to the broader research community.

Applicants should be a postgraduate biological scientists or computer scientist with previous experience maintaining and developing Bioinformatics software and web-enabled database applications in a Unix environment. Candidates trained in biology must have at least an MSc in Bioinformatics or related subject. It is expected that successful candidates will be able to demonstrate that they can deliver practical bioinformatics software solutions and have the initiative and communication skills necessary to participate in a complex and demanding project involving collaborators across multiple sites.

The ideal candidate would be competent in at least two of the following programming languages: Java, Python, Perl, SQL, PHP. Prior experience with MySQL will be an advantage.

The post is an indefinite full time appointment

Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2JQ.

Starting salary normally in the region of GBP 28,110 to GBP 31,677 per annum.

By application form only, available with further particulars from or from the HR Group, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, Herts, AL5 2JQ,[at] Please quote reference 1182.

10th August 2012

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