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    Opportunity: Scientist, Bacterial Vaccines -- Bioinformatics @ Pfizer -- Pearl River, NY (US)
    Submitted by Gregg Blanchard; posted on Friday, June 14, 2019


    • Evaluate and test new software packages and algorithms.
    • Develop custom solutions for genomic and metagenomics sequence analysis, data visualization.
    • Develop and maintain automated sequence analysis workflows.
    • Conduct data mining and data analysis to support different programs with a focus on NGS analysis efforts.
    • Demonstrate ability to multitask project objectives, understanding goals and their priorities.
    • Interpret and summarize analysis results in reports for presentation as well as documentation in electronic notebook.
    • Present research findings in lab, group, team and department meetings/forums as appropriate.
    • Work efficiently as part of a team in a matrixed environment.


    • Bachelor degree in biology, chemistry or other life sciences plus 4 years of experience OR Master's in Bioinformatics or similar field plus 2 years of experience
    • Knowledge of current bioinformatics approaches and databases
    • Demonstrated experience in NGS analysis and bioinformatics software development
    • Experience with pipeline development and maintenance
    • Familiarity with publicly-available tools, algorithms, and databases
    • Experience with programming languages and computational environments (including UNIX-style operating systems, command line interfaces, R/perl/python or similar, and SQL or other database software
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Highly motivated with strong problem-solving skills, capable of working both independently and in multifunctional team settings


    • Training or experience in microbiology/molecular biology of prokaryotes
    • Familiarity with publicly-available tools, algorithm and databases related to microbial genome analysis
    • Experience working in cloud-based computational environments
    • Demonstrated proficiency with PacBio/nanopore data analysis
    • Experience and skill in preparing research publications


    Full-time, indefinite


    Pearl River, NY


    Salary, Benefits and Bonus


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