Analyst-Genomic Systems (Bioinformatics Researcher)

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Job Location
3333 Burnet Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45242

Cincinnati Children's ensures that the compensation paid to its employees is competitive and equitable. We consistently rank among the highest paying organizations in the Greater Cincinnati Health Council's annual wage and benefit survey, and in the top half of the participants in the Children's Hospital Survey, sponsored by EHP Consulting in California. We offer a comprehensive benefits program that features outstanding medical coverage in addition to dental, vision, life, disability, tuition reimbursement, and a host of programs that you won't find many other places. Our retirement plans are funded entirely by Cincinnati Children's, and we offer additional opportunities to save on your own.

Job Description

The Center for Pediatric Genomics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center is looking to hire a highly motivated bioinformatics researcher to assist with coalescing, processing, and analyzing genomic data across our entire research enterprise. The Center includes a large number of faculty and staff with expertise in bioinformatics, systems genomics, data sciences, research computing, and technology development who are focused on whole-scale advances in genomic discovery and precision medicine.


The successful candidate will develop and implement innovative whole genome and transcriptome data analysis tools for the research community. These and other available tools will be used to enable and perform a broad range of data analyses for many basic and translational research projects in the Research Foundation. Tasks will include developing innovative workflows for primary and secondary analysis of high-throughput sequencing data, and ensuring that the data is of high quality and robust for multiple uses.




  • Bachelor's degree in life sciences, or computer      sciences AND 3 year related experience with WES, WGS, and/or RNASeq data      OR
  • Master’s degree in life sciences or computer sciences.


  • Experience developing novel software and/or      computational processes for primary and secondary analysis
  • Experience with high-performance computing
  • Knowledge of existing genomic tools and processes
How to Apply

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Or e-mail resume to [email protected].

CCHMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, genetic information, physical or mental disability, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, or other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations.


About Our Organization

About Cincinnati Children’s

Cincinnati Children’s, a nonprofit academic medical center established in 1883, is one of the oldest and most distinguished pediatric hospitals in the United States.

Clinical Services

We offer comprehensive clinical services, from treatments for rare and complex conditions to well-child care. In the 2014-15 U.S. News & World Report survey of best children’s hospitals, Cincinnati Children’s ranked No. 3 among all Honor Roll hospitals.

With nearly 600 registered beds, Cincinnati Children’s had more than 1.1 million patient encounters and served patients from all 50 states and 53 countries in fiscal 2013.

Education & Training

Through an academic affiliation dating to 1926, Cincinnati Children’s comprises the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. We train more than 600 residents and clinical fellows a year in various pediatric specialties and offer some of the most highly ranked research-based education and training programs in the nation.


We have been an important force in pediatric research since the opening of the Cincinnati Children’ Research Foundation in 1931. Grant funding for our research has more than tripled in the last 15 years, supporting countless discoveries and the continued expansion of our areas of research.

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