[bioinformatics-announce] FW: [Bioinformatics]Bioinformatician Data Architect
jonathana at usyd.edu.au
Mon Dec 7 13:34:57 EST 2009
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From: Mark Ragan <bioinformatics at bioinformatics.org.au>
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Date: Mon, 07 Dec 2009 12:29:19 +1000
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Subject: [Bioinformatics]Bioinformatician Data Architect
QFAB is seeking a talented and enthusiastic
bioinformatician who will take a leading role in the
development, administration and optimisation of databases
for research in molecular, genomic and structural biology.
The Queensland Facility for Advanced Bioinformatics (QFAB)
is a leading facility with the commitment to help life
science researchers unlock the full value of their
research data through the application of bioinformatics.
It delivers advanced bioinformatics solutions to enable
the global efforts of biotechnology, research biology,
drug discovery and translational medicine. QFAB is located
at the Institute for Molecular Bioscience, in the
Queensland Bioscience Precinct at The University of
Queensland¹s St Lucia campus.
You should possess an undergraduate degree in information
technology, or a related discipline, with a significant
database and computing component; or a degree in
bioinformatics or computational biology or molecular
biology or biochemistry with programming experience and
substantial experience in relevant technical fields; or an
equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or
education/training, together with at least two years¹
fulltime experience in the development, administration
and/or management of large relational database(s).
Experience with molecular-biological and/or genomic
databases, e.g. Genbank, PDB, Ensembl, Medline etc. will
be an asset.
You will be expected to possess skills in the analysis,
design, development and maintenance of multi-user database
systems or applications together with highly developed
interpersonal and organisational skills and attention to
detail. Self-motivation and the ability to work with
limited guidance, both alone and as a member of a small
team are essential.
This is a full-time, fixed term appointment for 12 months
at HEW Level 6 or 7. The remuneration package will be in
the range $57,154 - $61,589 per annum (HEW Level 6) or
$63,067 to $68,979 per annum (HEW Level 7) plus employer
superannuation contributions of 17%
Obtain the position description, selection criteria and
how to apply at
To discuss the role contact Dr Dominique Gorse, telephone
07 3346 2624 or email d.gorse at qfab.org
Closing date for applications: 21 December 2009
Reference Number: 3019165
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