The Integrative Genomics of Ageing Group is seeking a web programmer/developer to work on a new database of drugs modulating aging and longevity. Candidates should have a degree in computer sciences or biology, IT experience within the HE sector or industry, and knowledge of web programming, database development and web/user interface design. Knowledge of bioinformatics/genomics would be a plus, though is not essential.
The post is available for 1 year initially with the possibility of extension for a further 2 years (3 years in total). Start date is September 2015 or as soon as possible thereafter. Informal enquiries are welcomed and should be directed to Dr de Magalhaes (firstname.lastname@example.org). The closing date for receipt of applications is August 20, 2015.
Additional details on the post and how to apply are available at: http://www.liv.ac.uk/working/jobvacancies/currentvacancies/research/r-588266/
Further details about our work on the biology and genetics of ageing at: http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/%7Eaging/
Thank you very much,
Most full-time web developers straight out of community college get paid roughly double what is being offered here. If you want a one-man-band who can also design databases and provide graphics for a bearable UI, it will be closer to triple. Throw in 'must have a PhD' and, well, its a good thing you're researching ageing because I imagine you will be waiting a very long time :)
In all seriousness though, this is a huge endeavour. You are probably better off looking at cheap freelance work, hiring someone looking for work experience (and dropping the PhD requirement), or going back to the university and asking for a lot more funding.