Bioinformatician | GenomeWeb

Bioinformatician

Organization
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Biotechnology Center
Job Location
425 Henry Mall
Madison, WI 53706
Salary
Minimum salary $45,000
Benefits

UW-Madison offers a variety of benefits options for employees, information can be found at: http://www.ohr.wisc.edu/benefits/new-emp/reg.aspx 

Job Description

The hired individual will be responsible for working with project personnel to implement and run pipelines to conduct these analyses on a regular basis.  This will involve scripting, exploration of parameter selections, summarizing large data in tabular and graphical formats, and providing detailed documentation of all methods used. 

This individual will work closely with a collaborative group that has developed workflows that use a wide variety of Linux software applications.  Many aspects of these analyses are computationally intensive requiring high-throughput infrastructure available at the BRC.

60% Work with the BRC senior Bioinformaticians regarding the ongoing success of Bioinformatic pipelines, script oversight, continued activation of Bioinformatic analysis projects, and maintain and improve data analysis pipeline. 

30% Assist the Facility Director and Senior Bioinformaticians with investigating and developing new processes and techniques to improve campus bioinformatics support.

10% Other Bioinformatic duties as assigned.

Requirements

Degree and area of specialization:Bachelors in Computational Sciences or a related field, including biological sciences or statistics.

Minimum number of years and type of relevant work experience:Minimum of two years of scripting or bioinformatics experience.  Working knowledge of informatics computing, scripting languages, basic R statistical analysis skills, and Linux pipeline experience. Teamwork and collaboration skills. 

How to Apply

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send an email with a cover letter, resume and a list of three references to pvl@biotech.wisc.edu noting PVL 85422 in the subject line.Questions about the position can be directed to:Benjamin MeltzerPhone: 608-265-5478425 Henry MallFax: N/AGenetics-Biotech Center BldgEmail: ben.meltzer@wisc.eduMadison, WI 53706-1580Relay Access (WTRS): 7-1-1 (out-of-state: TTY: 800.947.3529, STS: 800.833.7637) and above Phone number (See RELAY_SERVICE for further information. )

 

If you need to request an accommodation because of a disability you can find information about how to make a request at the following website:  http://www.oed.wisc.edu/478.htm

NOTE: Please indicate in writing if you request that your identity be kept confidential. If you do not indicate your preference to remain confidential, the University may be required to disclose your identify and/or application materials. The identity of finalists and successful candidates will be revealed upon request. See Wis. Stat. sec. 19.36(7).  

UW-Madison is required by law to request data from applicants for employment in order to monitor its recruitment and selection practices. In order for us to meet this federal reporting requirement, please go to http://www.oed.wisc.edu/reports-and-forms.htm to fill out the Voluntary Self-Identification of Disability Form and the Applicant Self-Identification Form for Protected Veterans. Please reference the Position Vacancy Number when uploading your completed forms. Completing these forms is voluntary and your responses will be kept confidential and is not considered as part of the hiring criteria.

UW-Madison is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We promote excellence through diversity and encourage all qualified individuals to apply.

About Our Organization

The University of Wisconsin Biotechnology Center (UWBC) is a synergistic blend of core service facilities, research and outreach activities. The Bioinformatics Resource Center (BRC), one of UWBC core facilities, is seeking to add a highly self-motivated individual to our team. 

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