At our San Francisco, CA office, we are seeking multiple Bioinformatics Scientists within the scientific project management team. As a Bioinformatics Scientist, you will work directly with the largest research institutions in the world in order to help solve their bioinformatics challenges. In this role, you will help move projects forward across their entire lifecycle. This includes gathering user expectations and requirements, helping prospective customers to develop custom bioinformatic analysis solutions that are robust and scalable, and coordinating with the Scientific Account Managers and other bioinformatic scientists. You will develop new bioinformatics tools and approaches for analyzing and visualizing large, complex genomic data sets. Perform bioinformatics research and development for genome analysis and provide research expertise to engineering team. Take part in collaborations and scientific research in specific areas of Bioinformatics.
Seven Bridges works with some of the largest research organizations in the world, which means you will, too. You can expect to work with individual research groups and departments at top ten universities, pharmaceutical companies, and large consortia. On a regular basis, you can expect to develop, optimize, and apply tools and workflows for processing and analyzing biological data. You will evaluate tools and report to the project team to define, validate and implement software in order to improve our product and help researchers around the world.
Successful Bioinformatics Scientists enjoy learning about products, becoming an expert user of them, and teaching other people how to use them. They are adept in software development and have a deep understanding of biology and genomics. And they are very people-oriented and eager to work to resolve problems and to maintain a positive and productive relationship.