14M Genomics is a new company, partnered with the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, developing clinical decision support tools for the diagnosis, treatment and surveillance of cancer. We are seeking an experienced scientist with knowledge of cancer genomes to work within a specialist software development team to design and optimise assays and algorithms for the generation and analysis of next-generation sequencing data. Specific roles will include the design and optimisation of bespoke exon capture arrays, and the optimisation of algorithms for detecting copy number variation and interpreting RNA sequencing data. This post will involve working closely with a team including software development and bioinformatics specialists. You will have completed or be close to completing a PhD focussed on cancer biology, preferably but not necessary in the field of cancer genomics. You will be competent in the manipulation and analysis of complex genomics datasets, and will have hands-on experience of the development or implementation of analysis algorithms. You will have good communication skills and enjoying working in a team environment.