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[go-friends] Job opening at the Friedberg Lab

Iddo Friedberg idoerg at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 09:02:12 PDT 2012


A scientific programmer's job is available at Iddo Friedberg's lab, dpt.
of Microbiology, Miami University, Oxford Ohio. This is a three year
position, renewable annually dependent on performance and funding.


If you want to be part of a dynamic, growing lab, do lots of interesting
stuff and upgrade yourself from just a great bioinformatician to a
super-bioinfromatician, this job’s for you.  You’ll be working primarily on
microbial genome evolution, including setting up a multi-genome
database, and all sorts of interesting distractions.  See below for the
nitty-gritty. Original ad here: http://is.gd/slB2eh. Pass on to interested
parties. **




*Microbiology*: Scientific Programmer/Specialist to implement and maintain
a genomic database web site; implement data management tools including
relational database management applications for efficient storage and
retrieval of genomic data; perform other duties as related to the position
such as data and project management to ensure data are being processed in
an efficient and timely manner; contribute to writing scientific
manuscripts.

*Required qualifications*: BS or BA in Computer Science, bioinformatics, or
a related discipline; demonstrated programming experience, particularly in
Python and SQL databases; demonstrated web programming experience;
knowledge of Linux/Unix; excellent spoken and written communication and
documentation skills.

*Preferred qualifications*: Advanced degree (M.Sc. or Ph.D) or equivalent
in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Molecular Biology or a related
discipline; experience in development of bioinformatic algorithms;
knowledge of R programming; experience in development of or contribution to
open source projects; experience in collaborative software development such
as the use of version control software, writing and following software
specifications, participation in code review; knowledge of basic molecular
biology; experience with genomic browser programming, such as GMOD or
equivalent.

Candidates should send a CV or resume and have three letters of reference
sent separately to Dr. Iddo Friedberg at
Friedberg.lab.jobs<http://friedberg.lab.jobs/>‘at’ gmail
‘dot’ com <http://is.gd/40N6zn>. Screening of applications begins April 14,
2012 and will continue until the position is filled.

Miami University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer with
smoke-free campuses. Consumer Information
http://www.miami.muohio.edu/about-miami/publications-and-policies/student-consumer-info/
.
Hard copy upon request.



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Iddo Friedberg
http://iddo-friedberg.net/contact.html
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