CITRE, based in Seville, Spain, is Bristol-Myers Squibb’s research institute in Europe, and link to the European research community. Informatics & Predictive Sciences at CITRE performs innovative computational research to inform decisions across all stages of drug development. Areas of research include computational and network biology, machine/deep learning, cheminformatics, predictive modeling, patient stratification, and method development for analysis and interpretation of biological and real-world data. In close collaboration with our in-house laboratory, we look to set a new standard in rational design of novel targeted therapies for well-defined patient segments.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and collaborative Scientific Programmer to join a multi-disciplinary team to:
- Contribute to development and implementation of novel computational methods for analysis of complex and multidimensional large-scale biological data in cancer and other disease areas.
- Solidify research-grade methods for dissemination, internal use and/or publication
- Establish suitable tools and structures for data handling and storage, dissemination of research output
- Aid execution and efficient implementation of analysis strategies on local and cloud-based computational infrastructure
- Collaborate with global predictive sciences group to establish and enable best practices
- MSc/PhD(preferred) in computer science or other relevant discipline
- Strong expertise in programming, scripting and handling of large data sets
- Experience implementing computational tools in a scientific context
- Solid knowledge of database structures, version control, tools of reproducible research
- Experience with high-performance computing, including cloud computing
- Attention to detail and capacity to communicate technical/scientific concepts clearly and concisely to audiences of varied backgrounds.
- Verbal and written English language fluency.
Please, attach a cover letter with your motivation for applying to this role, this would be highly appreciated in order to consider your profile for this opportunity.
The position advertised is fixed-term (24 months) and based in Seville, Spain. These positions present a unique opportunity to experience research in an industry setting and to contribute to helping patients with unmet medical need, while performing cutting-edge research and maintaining close ties to academia.