Bioinformatics Platform Manager

Job Location
94/96 avenue Ledru-Rollin
75011 Paris
Job Description

Leading a bioinformatics team responsible for the establishment and maintenance of a bioinformatics pipeline for metagenomics research of the gut microbiome with the goal of developing disease biomarkers, companion diagnostics, and new therapy solutions, including:

- Maintenance of high-performance computing cluster and bioinformatics software systems, including NGS analytical pipelines and laboratory information management systems (LIMS)

- Implementation of software systems in a regulatory environment
- Development of functional data analysis for active molecule discovery, biomarker development and biological target identification



Diploma’s / degree: MSc/PhD in Bioinformatics or a related discipline e.g. Computer Science, Computational Biology, with 3/5 years experience in R&D 


- Proficient in at least one programming language such as Perl, Python
- Expertise in applying computational tools for NGS data analysis
- Experience of genome-wide genetic, genomic, pathway and network methods
- Experience of working within a quality system in all phases of software development from design to development, testing and maintenance 

Other skills 

- Experience with IT infrastructure and data management strongly preferred
- Prior experience of working in the Diagnostics, Pharmaceutical or Biotechnology industry would be an advantage
- Fluent English
- Good knowledge of french is preferable 

How to Apply

Applicants should send a CV, a cover letter, and contact information of at least 3 references to

acervino (@) 

About Our Organization

Enterome is pioneering the development of novel drugs and diagnostics to support personalized therapies in microbiome-related diseases such as Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IBD), metabolic diseases, and related disorders. Enterome is also leading the development of new industry standards in gut microbiome quantitative and functional analysis. This technology leadership is allowing Enterome to open up the new field of therapeutic target discovery in the microbiome, and the study of the modulation of such targets by repositioning existing compounds to target this new organ to meet significant unmet medical needs.

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