Bioinformatics position at John Innes Centre, UK

Martin Trick martin.trick at bbsrc.ac.uk
Mon Mar 13 05:04:07 EST 2000

Applications are invited for a Computational Molecular Biology
specialist to join the John Innes Centre's (JIC)
computing/bioinformatics service. S/he will be responsible for providing
high level scientific and technical support to end-users in the fields
of sequence analysis and database searching.  The successful applicant
will be expected to proactively develop the service to ensure that JIC
scientists will have access to state of the art facilities.

Applicants are likely to have a degree (although a PhD is desirable) in
an appropriate subject and be able to demonstrate 3 or more years of
experience in relevant areas such as UNIX system admin, shell
programming, Perl, HTML authoring and, of course, use of sequence
analysis software. This is a permanent position and salary on
appointment will be within the range £21,800 to £31,500. There is a
non-contributory superannuation scheme.

JIC is an internationally recognised centre of excellence in plant and
microbial sciences, for more details visit us at
http://www.jic.bbsrc.ac.uk  To register your interest or ask for further
details you can in the first instance e-mail me (with PGP if desired) at
mailto:martin.trick at bbsrc.ac.uk


Dr Martin Trick
Brassica & Oilseeds Research Department
John Innes Centre, Norwich NR4 7UH, UK
tel: +44/0 1603 450557
fax: +44/0 1603 450014

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