Ensembl is Hiring!

CropperCapture[761]Interested in joining our dynamic team near Cambridge, UK, and working at the forefront of genomics? The following positions are open.  Find them all on the EBI jobs site.

We are looking for a total of three talented computational biologists, computer scientists, software developers or bioinformaticians in the Regulation and Compara teams.  These posts feature a competitive salary and an initial three-year contract.

Ensembl Regulation

This position is focused on turning the latest epigenomic datasets into functional features such as promoters and enhancers, and working closely with the Centre for Therapeutic Target Validation project.

A link to the full job description including required programming and technical skills is here:

http://www.embl.de/aboutus/jobs/searchjobs/index.php?newlang=1&ref=EBI_00477

Please apply before Tuesday 20 January.

Direct questions about the position should be addressed to Daniel Zerbino (zerbino@ebi.ac.uk)

Ensembl Comparative Genomics

There are two positions in Ensembl Compara. One is focused on TreeFam and the Ensembl Gene Trees and the other developing support for the whole genome alignments within Ensembl. Both positions will respond to the challenge and excitement of the hundreds of new genomes now being sequenced.

Links to the full job descriptions including required programming and technical skills are here:

http://www.embl.de/aboutus/jobs/searchjobs/index.php?newlang=1&ref=EBI_00478

http://www.embl.de/aboutus/jobs/searchjobs/index.php?newlang=1&ref=EBI_00480

Please apply before Friday, 30 January.

Direct questions about the position should be addressed to Matthieu Muffato (muffato@ebi.ac.uk)

We also have two management positions available:

Core Software Project Leader.  Tasks include managing the development and maintenance of the Ensembl database schema and underlying Perl APIs.

Please apply before Friday, 30 January.

Outreach Project Leader.  Tasks include management of the worldwide training program and user support, including face-to-face workshops, online tutorials and social media efforts.

Please apply before Friday, 30 January.

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