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    Opportunity: Director Genomics and Computational Biology @ Top research-driven pharmaceutical company in South-West Germany
    Submitted by Eugene Mc Daid; posted on Tuesday, September 12, 2017

    Bioinformatics, Leadership, Competitive salary, Relocation package!

    A fantastic new Director level position has become available with a Top research-driven pharmaceutical company in South-West Germany. If you're looking for a professional challenge within the field of Genomics & Computational Biology with attractive prospects and feel you can add to the company's success through your leadership experience, then this job could be a good fit!

    The company is looking for a Director Computational Biology & Genomics to join their Research department located in an idyllic town in South-West Germany. This role would suit someone from either an academic or pharmaceutical/biotech background who has the relevant scientific knowledge as well as extensive leadership experience.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Your main tasks and responsibilities will involve:
    • Leading and managing the research group Computational Biology & Genomics (~20 reports) within the department Target Discovery Research
    • Holding the entire responsibility for generation of necessary RNA/DNA-sequencing data using NGS or single cell analysis (internal lab and CRO), statistical and biological analysis and interpretation of internally produced and externally available biomedical data
    • Contributing to the generation of New Therapeutic Concepts and discovery of novel biomarkers in collaboration with Therapeutic Areas Immunology & Respiratory, Cardio-Metabolic, CNS-diseases, Cancer Immunology and Research Beyond Borders
    • Setting up and managing a network of external collaborations with the focus on New Therapeutic Concept generation and biomarker discovery
    • Accountable for budget and headcount of the Group Computational Biology & Genomics
    • Contributing to the coordination of global Computational Biology data and expertise platforms in collaboration with other Boehringer Ingelheim research centers in Vienna (AUT) and Ridgefield (US)

    REQUIREMENTS

    The ideal Director should be/have:
    • Ph.D. in bioinformatics, biology or a closely related field and a strong background in target discovery based on omics data
    • At least 5 years of experience within the field of Computational Biology in a pharmaceutical industry or biotech background
    • Experience in one of the above mentioned Therapeutic Areas is highly advantageous.
    • Additionally, applicants show a proven track record of several years of successfully scientific working.
    • Very strong leadership skills and networking capabilities and enjoy working in interdisciplinary teams
    • Excellent communication and presentation skills in English language complete the profile.

    HOW TO APPLY

    Please get in touch if you'd like to apply and we can discuss your suitability and the role in more detail. My number is +44 (0) 121 616 3469 and my email address is alauterjung[at]pararecruit.com. Look forward to hearing from you!

    Keywords: Bioinformatic*, Biology, Computational Biolog*,Target Discover*, Drug Discovery, Biomarker, Translational, Research, Cardiometabolic Disease Research, Cardio*, Immunology, Respiratory, Cardio*, CNS, Cancer, Alzheimers, Genomics, Computational Biology, Bioinformatic*, Deutschland, Germany, NGS, Next Generation Sequenc*, Collaboration*

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