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Old 09-01-2015, 08:03 AM   #1
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Default Computational Biologist for High End Computing - 3 Year Fixed Term

Job Title: Computational Biologist for High End Computing
Reference: IRC200233
Salary is in the range: £36,033 to £37,534 (dependent upon experience)
Location: Daresbury Laboratory, Cheshire, UK
Deadline: 21st September 2015

We are seeking a computational biologist with an interest in data centric and high performance computing to contribute to the Life Sciences programme of the Hartree Centre, with a particular focus on analysis of ‘omics datasets. Phase III of the Hartree Centre involves a partnership with IBM worth £313 million, and is centred around the latest data-centric and cognitive computing technologies from IBM. You will work on a variety of life sciences projects for the Hartree Centre, including continuation of the earlier work on sequence assembly, ‘omics projects on the workplan for Phase III, and custom projects for specific academic and industrial clients. The choice of project will depend to some extent on your strengths, but the common thread is the application of innovative computing solutions to real problems in the life sciences.

You will work within the Computational Biology Group of the Scientific Computing Department of STFC (www.stfc.ac.uk/SCD/research/app/44266.aspx). You will be an experienced computational biologist, with an interest in challenging problems. You will be educated to PhD level in an appropriate discipline, or with relevant experience. Experience in participating in projects across organisations with many different partners will be beneficial.

For an informal discussion about this role please contact: Martyn Winn (martyn.winn@stfc.ac.uk). Applications consisting of a cover letter and a CV must be submitted online at http://www.topcareer.jobs/Vacancy/irc200233_5621.aspx
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