Sponsor: Rubicon Genomics
Recording Date: 2/19/2014
Recording Time: 1 hour
Excellent Medical, Dental, Vision, Vacation, Sick, Holiday, Retirement, and Tuition Waiver for you and family
The Center for Personalized Diagnostics at the Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University is seeking a Research Software Engineer to join their Informatics Team. This Engineer will design, develop, test and deliver high quality bioinformatics software for scientific applications. Utilize strong data management, graphical user interface, visualization, web services and database skills. Develop high quality requirements, design, testing and user manual documentation.
Performs professional work in analyzing users’ needs and in designing, constructing and maintaining computer applications software, specialized utility programs and libraries in support of instrument command, data processing and analysis of data. Writes codes specifications with high level implementation. Functions independently while also providing direction to other software engineers.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related field AND six years experience developing software; OR, any equivalent combination of education and/or experience from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Software development and database experience with technologies such as Oracle, MySQL, R Statistical package or related.
June 26 is the initial close date. Applications will continue to be accepted and considered every two weeks until the search is closed.
Instructions to Apply
Application deadline is 11:59PM Arizona time on the date indicated.
Resumes should clearly illustrate how prior knowledge and experience meet the minimum and desired qualifications stated in this requisition.
Only electronic applications are accepted.
ASU does not pay for travel expenses associated with interviews, unless otherwise indicated.
For more information visit the jobs page on our website at www.biodesign.asu.edu
The Center for Personalized Diagnostics is a research center within the Biodesign Institute that focuses on personalized medicine. Promising advances in the area of personalized medicine have shown us that life-threatening diseases are as distinct in character as the individuals they afflict. The Virginia G. Piper Center for Personalized Diagnostics has been established with an eye toward overcoming the health care challenges posed by disease variance. Our Center is developing new diagnostic tools to pinpoint the molecular manifestations of disease based on individual patient profiles. The strategy promises not only to improve therapeutic care, but also to greatly reduce treatment costs by allowing for early disease detection.