Computational Mass Spectrometrist/Bioinformatican

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Computational Mass Spectrometrist/Bioinformatican

Postby Bram » Tue Sep 25, 2012 8:11 am

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The London Research Institute has an opening in the Protein Analysis and Proteomics (PAP) group at the Clare Hall laboratories for a highly qualified mass spectrometry (LC-MS) data analyst with data management and statistical programming skills.

About the job

High throughput bioanalytical technologies such as mass spectrometry generate an increasingly large volume of complex data that needs to be analysed, indexed and stored. In a world-class research environment such as the LRI it is essential that the analytical informatics is tailored to the needs of the individual research groups and up to date with the constantly evolving technology. We are therefore looking for creative informatician to build upon our existing solutions (Mascot, Maxquant, Prohits, Proteus, etc) and to design and maintain a world class mass spectrometry informatics suite fulfilling the Institute’s current needs and those of the new Francis Crick Institute (http://www.crick.ac.uk/) where the group will be housed from 2016. As a member of PAP you will be reporting to Dr Bram Snijders. Furthermore, you will interact closely with scientist across the LRI to discuss and analyse data and you will be part of the wider LRI bioinformatics community with close ties to the Bioinformatics and BioStatistics group (BABS, http://bioinformatics.cancerresearchuk.org).

About You

The ideal candidate has a post graduate degree in bioinformatics but we are also encouraging applications from strong candidates with other computing backgrounds who are keen to get involved in the emerging technology of bioanalytical mass spectrometry.

About Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer research. We are almost entirely funded by the public – last year our total income from fundraising, investments and charitable activities was £420 million. With over 3,500 staff, we are a large, complex, dynamic and diverse charity.

Essential Skills

• Extensive experience in the field as evidenced for example by a postgraduate degree in a relevant subject (e.g. Computing, Bioinformatics).
• Experience of efficiently managing and delivering very large datasets, and subsets thereof, in different formats.
• Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure to tight timelines.
• Good familiarity with programming e.g. PHP mySQL, R, Java, C++, Perl.
• Ability to communicate effectively with collaborators both internally and externally.

Ideal Skills

• Statistical programming.
•Database development experience and fluency.
• Web development skills.
• Experience in using and integrating information from the main public bioinformatics resources.

How to Apply

All applications should be made via the Cancer Research UK careers website, where you will need to create a profile before you can submit an application. Our online application process also involves attaching your CV and covering letter which should outline your interest in applying for the role and explain how you meet the set criteria.

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We are looking for a brave, collaborative and driven individual to join the team at an exciting time in our talent strategy.

Computational Mass Spectrometrist/Bioinformatican
London Research Institute (LRI), Clare Hall
Potters Bar, Hertfordshire
Circa £24,000 – £39,000 p.a.
Closing Date: 15th October 2012

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