The Biomedical Research Centre at Guy’s and St. Thomas’s are looking for an experienced Linux Systems Administrator. Candidates should have prior experience in high-performance computing maintenance & administration. The role will involve responsibility for backup and archiving, development of software to meet the academic needs of system users, support and administration of a large number of bioinformatics tools, particularly in the next-generation sequencing field.
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4 exciting new bioinformatician posts at the NIHR BRC for Mental Health, Kings College London
A collaboration with UCSF:
Postdoctoral research covering maternity leave in the first instance:
2 developer roles:
The Institute of Psychiatry at King’s College London is looking for a Linux systems administrator / data manager to support acquisition and analysis of neuroimaging data: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AEI988/systems-and-data-administrator/
There is a vacancy for a bioinformatician within the VectorBase project at Imperial College London. The successful applicant will work mostly on database and web application development for population genomics, which is becoming important in the understanding and control of human disease vector species, such as mosquitoes.
Full job ad: http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AEE469/bioinformatician/
For more about VectorBase, please see: http://nar.oxfordjournals.org/content/40/D1/D729 and http://vectorbase.org
J. Craig Venter Inst are looking for a Cloud Systems Engineer:
The position requires a developer for deploying bioinformatics applications on cloud environments (EC2, Eucalyptus, Openstack), mostly coding against the cloud APIs but also having a strong foundation in Linux sysadmin skills in order to maintain JCVI’s private cloud cluster, and wiliness to join and contribute new ideas as part of a research team.
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From Claude Chelala, via Elia Stupka on the VBL mailing list:
We currently have a Bioinformatics Opening at Barts Cancer Institute to contribute to the development of the pancreatic cancer bioinformatics platform and analytical tools.
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Bioinformatician