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[Computational-biology] Bioinformatician vacancy

Khan, Anar via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by Anar.Khan from agresearch.co.nz)
Mon Sep 17 16:09:54 EST 2007

AgResearch - Applied Biotechnologies

Utilise your bioinformatics consulting experience to contribute to
science discovery in New Zealand. This position is based at our Invermay
campus, situated in beautiful and inspiring rural surroundings, with
easy access to Dunedin city on the South Island of New Zealand.

You will be an advocate for bioinformatics within AgResearch; you will
work collaboratively on projects and will provide bioinformatics
consultancy, training and advice to science staff working in the
biotechnology area.

You would be Postgraduate qualified in Biological, Computational Biology
or Mathematical discipline and possess the following skills:

*	Experience with the use of bioinformatics applications
*	Knowledge of necessary biological databases
*	Experience in tools for genomic research
*	Experience with Perl or any other scripting language
*	Sound knowledge and well developed IT technical skills with
emphasis on Unix and web based technologies
*	Experience in the area of Systems Biology would be an advantage
*	Experience in a training environment
*	Excellent writing, speaking and interpersonal skills
*	Ability to prioritise and cope with competing demands. 

We will value your ability to work both co-operatively in a team
environment, and independently. You will be one of five
bioinformaticians at Invermay, and part of a larger nationwide team.

AgResearch offers excellent working conditions, ongoing support and
superb training and professional development opportunities.

To find out more about this position please contact Nauman Maqbool
nauman.maqbool from agresearch.co.nz or phone +64 3 489 9031.

For a job description and application form visit www.agresearch.co.nz,
or contact Linda Murray, Phone +64 3 489 9011 or email
linda.murray from agresearch.co.nz 

Applications close 28th September 2007.

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