Job: Bioinformatics developer / Software engineer
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ABOUT DNA

Everyone’s DNA tells a story. The science team at Living DNA research and develop production-ready pipelines to analyse genetic data. DNA products include advanced ancestry inference algorithms that deliver scientifically validated results to our clients. We have recently designed a bespoke high throughput SNP chip and are entering an exciting phase of work to build new pipelines that will enhance our current ancestry products and engineer new products in family matching, wellbeing and nutrition.

ABOUT THE ROLE

We’re looking for a professional bioinformatics developer or a biology-savvy software engineer to join our Bioinformatics team.

This role would suit someone who has experience of building platforms from open source, commercial and/or academic software. It will be of value to have worked with biological data, large data sets and to be happy working as part of a dynamic start-up environment with a practical, self-motivated approach to their work.

Our expectations are for you to:

Be part of our Bioinformatics team working with our computational biologists to develop new algorithms related to the processing of Whole Genome Sequence data, Genotyping and Haplotype data in order to better understand individual ancestry.

Have shared, but significant responsibility for the continuous design, development and delivery of high-throughput automated genomics pipelines in a robust and reproducible process to support our key business goals.

Have demonstrable experience with containers and cloud computing - Docker, AWS.

Continuously improve existing algorithms and tools within these pipelines to ensure high quality and cost optimal processing of human DNA.

ABOUT YOU

If you answer yes to any of the following then we’d love to hear from you:

Do you have experience of implementing pre/post processing and analysis of large, complex and biological datasets? Are you, or could you be comfortable with advanced statistical concepts, data mining, and visualization of biological data types? Do you have demonstrable experience in Python? Can you can solidly debate and demonstrate your experience with different QC techniques? Are you a creative problem solver who is intellectually sharp? Do you have significant experience in a statistical environment? Are you an enthusiast for all things science, genetics and maths-related? Are you competent and confident in a linux environment including standard software development tools such as git?

ESSENTIALSKILLS

Scripting Languages: Bash, Python, R

Expertise in creating and maintaining computational workflows

Experience of building and managing highly scalable, secure, robust and cost effective infrastructure

Experience in creating tools and automated workflow capabilities

Experience of forming actionable insights from the analysis of large data sets

Promote, document and implement systems infrastructure best practice

Expertise in requirements-based software testing and validation

BSc / MSc. in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Genetics, Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry or other related scientific discipline.

ADVANTAGEOUS ATTRIBUTES

Experience in processing DNA sequence, genotyping and haplotype data and analysis of genomic datasets

Working knowledge of bioinformatics formats (VCF, PLINK, FASTA)

Working knowledge of population genetics and statistical genetics analysis methods

Knowledge and experience of working with AWS DevOps platforms

Experience in C/C++

Please email mark@brademployment.co.uk for more details or to send a CV.

ADD COMMENTlink modified 15 months ago • written 15 months ago by mark0
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This appears to be the original add on the company's website (not sure where the position is located, though presumably it's in the UK some where): https://www.livingdna.com/jobs/242/bioinformatician

ADD REPLYlink modified 15 months ago • written 15 months ago by Devon Ryan93k

Hi- This advert doesn't say anything about the employer. Where is the work place and what/who is the employer? Is working remotely an option?

ADD REPLYlink written 15 months ago by dariober10k

We are dealing with this position, If interested please be in contact via email for full details or feel free to send your CV to mark@brademployment.co.uk and he will contact you further.

ADD REPLYlink written 15 months ago by mark0
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