• Formal education (minimum: MS) in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Molecular Genetics or related fields
• Experience in developing or managing software development for biomedical applications
• Experience in research and development (R&D) environment with demonstrated ability to analyze problems and propose multiple solutions
• Experience in representing biological information in structured formats
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Proactive engagement with team members across the organizational hierarchy
• Effective meeting management and follow-up
• Ability to handle multiple projects, work independently and multi-task.
One or More of the Following Skills are Required
• Experience with relational databases – Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL, Sybase or PostgreSQL, as an administrator or developer
• Experience with XML or HTML
• Familiarity with one or more software development technologies such as C, C++, Java, Macromedia ColdFusion, Perl, or Python
• Familiarity with the software development methodologies: agile, SCRUM
• Familiarity with molecular genetics concepts.
Other Desired Skills
• Experience working with large databases, statistical analysis, and clinical data
• Familiarity with Quality Assurance workflows
• PhD and/or MD degree
• Postdoctoral or equivalent experience
• Familiarity with genetic variation and/or biological databases e.g. dbSNP, Ensembl, OMIM
Computercraft offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package including health insurance with 100% company paid premiums, 401K program with matching, paid time off and holiday pay, life insurance, flexible spending and disability coverage. We offer an excellent work life balance with a standard 40 hour work week and the chance to work with accomplished scientists at NIH/NCBI.
Computercraft is an equal opportunity employer.