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Opportunity: BIOINFORMATICS Programmer I (#225935JC) @ Baylor College of Medicine -- Houston, TX (US)
Submitted by Roxanne Reyna; posted on Thursday, August 30, 2012
The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) at Baylor College of Medicine is one of three large-scale sequencing centers funded by the National Institutes of Health, HGSC provides a unique opportunity to work with cutting-edge genomic scientists.

Duties primarily involve developing and refining all aspects of high-throughput DNA sequence analysis pipeline in a core facility setting. Familiarity with DNA sequencing technology and quantitative sequence analysis experience a plus. Successful applicant will be fluent in Perl, Java, or Ruby and have experience with UNIX shell script.

The successful candidate will work largely on the applying, maintaining, and development data analysis software for high-throughput DNA sequencing. The candidate will perform analysis of genome data using existing computational tools. He or she will also be involved in upgrading current tools and developing new tools.

Minimum Education Required: Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Biological Sciences. Preferred: Master's Degree in Computer science, Bioinformatics or closely related field.

Minimum Job Experience Required: No experience required. Preferred: Candidates with some basic understanding of biological sciences. Knowledge of Perl, Java or Ruby. Programming in a UNIX/LINUX environment.

Please apply directly to 225935JC at

Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Employer.

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