Job:Seeking Bioinformatics Scientist - Algorithm Developer
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This position is in the northeast United States. Applicant must have US citizenship.

The company that is spearheading the industry is searching for a Bioinformatics Scientist. The ideal candidate will have knowledge in the development of computational algorithms that model and classify features in genetic data. Employment of models to maximize accuracy of tests is also a plus. Software development is a plus (Linux).

Candidate should have a M.S. or PhD in a quantitative field of study.

This opportunity is with a company on the cutting edge of technology and industry. Please email your resume to ted@connexissearch.com. Please make sure that a working phone number is included on the resume.

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  1. No need to shout, Ted. I lowercased that title for you.
  2. I realize that recruiters can't always reveal as much info as we'd like, but anything more you can provide would be useful.
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No previous projects or any other details that would help the applicant but you may get some info from here http://www.connexissearch.com/

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Should we allow recruiters to use 'our' infrastructure for free, without even providing the slightest relevant information to the applicant? Especially, accounts with 0 reputation? I propose that to post as a recruiter in Job category, they have to establish first that there indeed is a real job behind that offering, e.g. by earning at least 20 reputation (that's two upvotes), or becoming a trusted user. Askling for CVs on our site requires a trust relationship with the poster, because having the post here serves as some kind recommendation and yield good google ranking for the position in itself.

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Yeah, I'm fine with deleting posts from recruiters like this that give no information on the job being offered. (After all, I delete them from my inbox too). I suppose we should make this policy explicit somewhere? (paging Istvan...)

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Applicant must have US citizenship

Why is that?

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Actually a lot of positions put that condition first, either you should be US citizen or have permanent stay.

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