We've got four jobs advertised at Ensembl:
Our genebuilders create and run our automatic gene annotation pipeline. We're looking for a bioinformatician with experience in gene annotation. Closes 21st May.
Web front end developer:
Making all our shiny interfaces to visualise genomic data. We're looking for a web developer with Perl experience, and knowledge of biology is desirable. Closed
Outreach Officer. Permanent and Maternity cover:
Two jobs in the outreach team to answer help queries, produce and maintain online courses and documentation, aid with web development, do social media etc. The permanent position will also involve running training workshops. We're looking for a biologist with experience in training and/or public engagement. Maternity cover closed. Permanent job closes 21st May.
*Another job added*
Scientific programmer working on variation:
We're looking for a bioinformatician to work on annotating, displaying and interpreting variation data, including working with our beloved VEP. Closes 18th June.
I can strongly recommend working in Ensembl and at the EBI. I'm willing to answer any questions about living and working here, and about the Outreach jobs in particular. To apply, please follow the application links on the adverts.
@Emily_Ensembl: Dear Emily, Are there also any possible Ph.D. studentship position in computational biology at Ensembl?
We don't have any PhD studentships in Ensembl. The EBI has PhD studentships but these are now closed for 2017 admission.
@Emily_Ensembl: Thanks for your prompt response. I applied summer recruiting Phd program of EMBL-EBI, but not sure what would be the selection result. How can I find possible Phd position in bioinformatics across the world wide? Could you give me possible idea or resources to hunt opening doctoral studentship in computational biology? Thank you very much :)
I'm afraid I have no idea.