The BBSRC IB Catalyst funded DETOX project, run from the Department of Biology at the University of York, is looking to recruit an experienced software developer to continue building our online bioinformatics platform for analysing and integrating multi-omics datasets (MORF). The position will provide maternity cover and will start as soon as possible to allow knowledge transfer.
This exciting opportunity will require a combination of skills in bioinformatics, software programming and web development to deliver a tool capable of interrogating complex datasets and providing novel conclusions. We’re looking for an enthusiastic, adaptable team member to continue to develop engaging interactive data visualisations, improve our microbial ‘stress viewer’ and prepare the software for commercialisation. You will engage with our user community to incorporate user feedback and suggested data solutions. In addition to programming, you will support funding applications and promote the software to potential new users.
Interview date: Early March
For informal enquiries: please contact Vicki Springthorpe on 01904 328818 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org
This post is available on a fixed term basis until 30 March 2021.
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