Job: Bioinformatician  High-throughput Biological Data Analysis @ INVISTA UK
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Bioinformatician  High-throughput Biological Data Analysis - Ref: 29358

United Kingdom | Wilton 


INVISTA seeks dynamic, high caliber scientists and engineers to join its rapidly expanding Wilton, U.K., research and development team to develop pioneering solutions to commercialise next-generation industrial biotechnology.

As part of INVISTAs commitment to innovation, it has invested in the emerging field of industrial biotechnology, operating its own biotechnology capability out of the R&D lab in Wilton. INVISTAs bio-scientists and engineers are working, alongside collaborators in academia and external technology companies, to develop new biotechnology processes and bring bio-derived products to market.

Through innovative research efforts at the leading edge of science, INVISTA has the potential to develop advantaged technologies that could significantly improve the cost and availability of several chemicals and raw materials that are used to produce its current products.

To work successfully in our team, candidates must be comfortable with a challenging fast paced environment where interdisciplinary team work is essential.

INVISTA is one of the worlds largest integrated producers of chemical intermediates, polymers and fibers with a portfolio of some of the worlds most recognizable brands and trademarks including LYCRAᆴ, COOLMAXᆴ, CORDURAᆴ, STAINMASTERᆴ and ANTRONᆴ.

  Job Responsibilities  


"Bioinformatic and statistical analysis of genomic, transcriptomic, metabolomic and proteomic datasets.
"Integration of the above omics datasets to improve our understanding, and aid engineering of the selected microbial host.
"Liaise within a multi-disciplinary team of scientists, presenting, reviewing and appraising results.



"PhD Bioinformatics, Computational Biology or a related field.
"Excellent analytical thinking skills and a solid foundation in biological data analysis, microbial physiology and biochemistry.
"Expertise in applying bioinformatics and statistical tools to analyse, interpret and disseminate knowledge gained from a wide range of high-throughput biological data either independently or integratively.
"Experience in the visual presentation of biological data from high-throughput experiments and other sources to non-bioinformatics audiences.
"Ability to work in a multidisciplinary environment, both independently and as part of a team setting.

  How to Apply:  

Interested applicants should submit a detailed CV in English along with a covering letter indicating their salary expectations to

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