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    Opportunity: Bioinformatics Officer @ South Australian Genomics Centre (SAGC) -- Adelaide, Australia
    Submitted by SAHMRI Careers; posted on Tuesday, March 14, 2023

    BACKGROUND

    About Us:

    The South Australian Genomics Centre (SAGC) is a multi-institutional, national genomics and bioinformatics facility that is supported by Bioplatforms Australia (BPA) through the Australian Government's National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS). The SAGC has consolidated genomics and bioinformatics expertise in the state, with a group of ~10 genomics and bioinformatics staff working side-by-side to deliver innovative genomics and bioinformatics solutions across all areas of genomics research, including agriculture, healthcare and ecology. The SAGC is headquartered in the iconic South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) in the Adelaide CBD.

    For more information about SAGC please visit https://sa-genomics.com.au

    About the Role:

    An exciting opportunity now exists for a post-doctoral researcher or experienced MSc-level bioinformatician to join the SAGC bioinformatics team. To flourish in this role, you will need to be able to work across multiple different projects and to possess excellent organisational and time-management skills.

    This role is primarily responsible for supporting SAGC users to appropriately design genomics-related projects and to analyse and interpret their data. Working collaboratively with researchers across different disciplines, you will have a varied and interesting workload across projects in different areas of genomics, leading bioinformatics analyses with varying levels of complexity.

    There are significant opportunities for professional growth and development through exposure to data sets from different genomics technologies including single cell and spatial transcriptomics. Staff are expected to enable research by leading the development of reproducible, standardised pipelines for genomics data analysis and, where necessary, develop new methods and pipelines. Your career development will be supported and you will be encouraged to publish your research and to collaborate on major funding applications to national and international funding bodies.

    You will also be supported to develop your bioinformatics capabilities; ensuring that the SAGC can remain at the forefront of genomics. It is expected that you will have interest in and develop your capabilities in at least one specialist area of bioinformatics.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Support researchers to design innovative but rigorous genomics projects and collaboratively support the bioinformatics aspects of these projects.
    • Develop and maintain reproducible bioinformatics pipelines and analyses approaches for routine analyses.
    • Where needed develop and implement new bioinformatics approaches, methods or data visualisation approaches.
    • Contribute to/or lead the drafting of reports and publications.
    • Contribute to/or lead the drafting of applications to major funding bodies.

    REQUIREMENTS

    • MSc, PhD, or equivalent experience, in either bioinformatics, computer science, physics, statistics or other relevant discipline
    • Prior experience with at least one of the following scripting languages: bash, R, Python and Perl
    • Have a broad understanding of at least two of the following areas and a significant interest in developing a deep understanding in at least one:
      • Transcriptomics: bulk RNAseq, scRNAseq, spatial transcriptomics
      • Genomics: variant, haplotype and diversity analysis, genome assembly, metagenomics, epigenetics
      • DevOps: version control: test driven development and continuous integration, containerisation using Docker/Singularity
      • Systems biology: multi-omics data integration, network analysis
      • Statistics: linear models, ANOVA, hypothesis testing
      • Visualisation: data visualisation and User Interface/Experience design
      • Workflow systems: Snakemake and/or Nextflow
      • Other Omic's technology: metabolomics, proteomics

    TERMS & SALARY

    This role is offered for a 2 year contract on a full-time basis.

    Salary range: $80,000 - $95,000 AUD plus superannuation. Salary packaging options are also available meaning you could pay less tax and take home more of what you earn.

    For more information about working with SAHMRI please visit https://sahmri.org.au/careers-and-study/working-at-sahmri

    HOW TO APPLY

    Visit https://sahmri.org.au/careers-and-study/working-at-sahmri/vacancies/bioinformatics-officer-2 to start your application

    POLICY

    At SAHMRI, we live our commitment to equity and diversity every day: respecting people as individuals and valuing differences to create a working environment that is fair and flexible, promotes personal and professional growth and benefits from the capabilities of a diverse workforce.

    SAHMRI is a member of the Athena SWAN Science in Australia Gender Equity program. We have been awarded Bronze status for our commitment to advancing the careers of women, trans and gender diverse individuals in STEMM.

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