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Bioinformaticist-Staff is responsible to advance and improve patient care and the process of delivering patient care through the use of patients' genomics information and data; to further research, educational, and business opportunities in Bioinformatics; and to increase the knowledge and capabilities of personnel in genomic and OMICs data use. Familiarity and minimal experience with Bioinformatics and its use in improving healthcare delivery for both patients, providers, and other clinical and business staff. Works on small, defined elements of large projects. Incumbent's ability encompasses a subset of the total knowledge required within the Bioinformatics specialty area, and incumbent is in process of developing remaining skills. Requires additional support and/or training to become fully proficient. This position is overseen by higher level contributors such as the senior and consultant professionals.
Essential Job Duties
- 1. Under limited supervision, manages genomic and OMICs data, which may include the loading, transformation, analysis, validation, and reporting.
- 2. Under limited supervision, uses Genomic standards and reference information sources for annotation and analysis of Genomic and OMICs data
- 3. Under limited supervision, collaborates with assigned stakeholder groups (Precision Medicine, Cardiovascular, Oncology, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Biorepository, Research etc.) in the extraction, analysis, export, and integration with clinical data.
- 4. Under limited supervision, collaborates with assigned stakeholder groups (IS, Clinical Programs, Clinical Services, SCO, etc.) in the evaluation, selection, and adoption of both internally developed and vended Bioinformatics solutions; in the recommendations for Bioinformatics-enhanced workflows; and in the creation and documentation of the functional and technical Bioinformatics designs needed to support clinical and business requirements.
- 5. Under limited supervision, assists in defining the Bioinformatics guiding principles and standards and is responsible to champion them with all stakeholder groups.
- 6. Under mentoring, contributes to the theoretical/practical knowledge of Genomic information standards (e.g. Clinvar, HGVS, HL7, etc.) and participates in and collaborates with external entities including university affiliations.
- 7. Under mentoring, contributes in the identification of external opportunities to leverage Intermountain's intellectual property and to promote the use of Intermountain's knowledge in revenue generating solutions.
- 8. Under mentoring, is accountable to deliver results for area of responsibility. Regularly communicates with staff and manages projects to ensure timely delivery within budget and according to requirements. This includes goal setting and implementation and problem/issue resolution.
- 9. Under mentoring, maintains technical and business knowledge for areas of responsibility.
- Benefits Eligible: Yes
- Shift Details: Full Time/40 hours per week/Exempt
- Department: Cancer Genomics