Develop, execute, test, and roll out project-specific bioinformatics services.
Investigate and modify procedures to solve complex problems at an advanced technical level for bioinformatics support activities.
Prototype, test, and recommend new technologies such as workflow language and containerized software.
Develop technical diagrams, technical documentation, and provide collaborative support to the user community.
Collaborate with the broader project team to gather requirements, develop specifications, and solicit feedback throughout the lifecycle of the project.
Develop programs to perform analyses and generate both routine and ad hoc reports.
Guides with researchers to analyze problems, recommend technology-based solutions, or determine computational strategies.
Designs and perform formal evaluation of informatics methods and products.
Manipulates publicly accessible, commercial, or proprietary genomic, proteomic, or post-genomic databases.
Performs other related work as needed.
Master's degree in Bioinformatics, Biological Sciences, Computer Science, or a related field.
PhD in Bioinformatics, Biological Sciences, Computer Science, or a related field
2+ years of experience in the field of bioinformatics.
Experience in the bioinformatics of Next Generation sequencing technologies.
Experience using languages such as Python, Java, R, or SQL.
Familiarity with Linux and/or Unix.
Basic knowledge of molecular biology.
Experience providing bioinformatics services or other service roles.
Experience with human genomics.
Ability to train others.
Advanced knowledge of high-throughput genomic technologies.
Advanced knowledge of modern programming and/or scripting languages such as Python.
Knowledge of genomic data regulatory policies and procedures.
Advanced analytical skills.Â
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.Â
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