Job posting: HTS data management - MD

John M. Greene, Ph.D. John_greene at HGSI.COM
Fri Apr 25 13:16:18 EST 1997

Human Genome Sciences's Bioinformatics Group plays a critical role in
novel gene discovery and analysis throughout the company as they change
the paradigms of gene discovery for the 21st century. From laboratory
information management systems and database development to user
interfaces and gene analysis through computational biology,
bioinformatics scientists and software engineers are on the cutting edge
of HGS's research and development efforts. We continue to develop
information management solutions to identify novel proteins of 
therapeutic value from our database of over one million Expressed
Sequence Tags.

in our growing world-class Bioinformatics Group in Rockville, Maryland.
This position will be filled by someone with experience collecting,
managing, and integrating data from high throughput screening assays and
related laboratory instrumentation in the biotechnology or
pharmaceutical industries. Industry experience is essential. Experience
with GLP/GMP laboratory environments/instrumentation and documentation
is highly desirable. The selected candidate must be comfortable in both
the computer and biological spheres and have a proven experience in
database design and software development using  C/C++, perl or Java.
Excellent communication skills are a must. A Ph.D. degree in either
biological or computer sciences is preferred for the Bioinformatics
Scientist position.

HGS encourages the pursuit of academic excellence and offers a
competitive benefits package including subsidized health club
membership, 401(k) plan wioth employer mathcing, and medical, dental,
and vision insurance.

Please send a CV by FAX to 301-340-7159 or reply by E-mail to
john_greene at hgsi.com, mentioning job code MF4/18.

Human Genome Sciences, Inc. supports and is committed to the principle
of equal employment opportunity. It is our policy to recruit, hire,
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personnel actions, without regard to race, color, national origin, sex,
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Executive Order No. 11246, as amended, and The Americans and
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