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    Opportunity: Wanted: JavaScript developer for JBrowse genome browser @ University of California Berkeley -- Berkeley, CA (US)
    Submitted by Ian Holmes; posted on Monday, August 12, 2019

    BACKGROUND

    The JBrowse project is hiring. Join a distributed team of remote-working software engineers building the next face of the genomics web. The JBrowse genome browser is an all-JavaScript genome browser built using modern tooling and technologies (e.g. React, TypeScript, web workers) and tackling deep problems in genomics visualization such as gene fusions, inter-genome alignments and synteny, and phylogenetic navigation of entire genomic clades.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Responsibilities of the job include planning and executing code, and liaising with other developers and users.

    REQUIREMENTS

    Must have a degree (or equivalent experience) in programming-related areas. Experience in biology/bioinformatics a plus.

    LOCALE

    Remote working is OK, within the US.

    COMPENSATION

    Annual Salary Range: $103k - $156k

    HOW TO APPLY

    Search for job #27476 at jobs.berkeley.edu/job-listings

    DEADLINE

    August 31, 2019

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