Internship or Full Time LIMS / Software Engineer / Bioinformatics Support

Organization
Viome Inc
Job Location
20380 Town Center Lane
Cupertino, CA 95014
Job Description

Internship or Full Time LIMS/Software Engineer/Bioinformatics Support (Los Alamos, NM)

Viome is looking for an intern or full-time software engineer/LIMS/Bioinformatics/IT support person.

Responsibilities:

  • ●  Perform programming for LIMS

  • ●  Perform programming for automated liquid handling systems

  • ●  Run existing bioinformatics pipelines in AWS

  • ●  Perform and refine all data QC steps

  • ●  Help develop bioinformatics pipelines for analysis of genomic and mass spec data

  • ●  Maintain and update personal computers for coworkers

    Qualifications:

  • ●  Experience coding with Python (preferred) or Perl

  • ●  Experience working with SQL (Postgres, etc)

  • ●  BS or MS in a laboratory science (bioinformatics, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, computer

    science...) or relevant experience

  • ●  Excellent communication skills

  • ●  Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

  • ●  Excellent attention to detail

  • ●  Ability to legally work in USA

    Desired Experience:

  • ●  Knowledge of LIMS

  • ●  Hands-on experience with NGS and LC/MS technologies

  • ●  Developed bioinformatics pipelines in Python and Perl

  • ●  Experience programing automated liquid handling robotics systems

    You are someone that others enjoy working with others and have a positive attitude. If you think you can do the job and are excited by the opportunity, we want to talk to you.

    Please send your resume to rene at viome dot com for further consideration.

  • Kind regards,
    Viome 

How to Apply

 

Please send resume to rene at viome dot com

 

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