The Health 2030 Genome Center is looking for a Software Engineer in the Data Analytics and Interpretation Platform (DAIP).

Job Description

  • Develop, maintain and implement genomic and transcriptomic data analysis pipelines for research and clinical purposes;
  • Develop analytical tools as needed by the scientific community of the Genome Center and its customers;
  • Interact with the lab manager and the technical staff of the Genome Center sequencing platform;
  • Participate in data related activities of the Genome Center;
Contact
HR Health 2030 Genome Center
  • administration@fcbg.ch

Required profile

  • Desire to work on DNA and RNA sequence analysis;
  • Experience with large computational clusters and parallel computing;
  • Attention to detail and quality of computational analysis outputs;
  • Good time management;

Desirable:

  • Experience in developing software and analytical pipelines;
  • Knowledge of functional programming languages (e.g. Scala, Haskell, Elixir, Scheme);
  • Industry experience;

Job information:

  • Open-ended contract;
  • Starting date: Immediate;
  • Activity rate: 100%;


Applications must be sent to administration@fcbg.ch and include in one single PDF the following documents:

  • CV;
  • Cover letter;

The file name of the PDF must be as follows: YourLASTNAME_YourFirstname_ GDE2020

The deadline to apply for this position is: Monday, August 31, 2020

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