JOBs: Java/Perl Programmer/Analysts (2) wanted for genome project

Doug Bigwood dbigwood at gig.usda.gov
Tue Aug 13 09:32:02 EST 1996


Two programmer/analyst positions are available immediately for
the Agricultural Genome Information Service (AGIS) project.  This
project, an ongoing cooperative effort between the University of
Maryland and the USDA, provides genome data to scientists and
other users throughout the world.  If hired, you will be working
in a state-of-the-art environment developing the next generation
of software for Internet access of our databases and other
information.  Most of the development will be in Java and Perl 5
(and perhaps C) on Sun/Solaris and DEC Alpha systems.  Experience
in these languages in a real-world situation is strongly
preferred and Unix experience is essential.  Also, experience
with ACeDB or another object-oriented database package is a big
plus.  Knowledge of molecular biology/genetics or experience with
scientific databases is desired as well.  You must be able to
work cooperatively with group members.  Creativity is strongly
encouraged.  Excellent benefits. The formal announcement is
below.
 
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                    PROGRAMMER FOR AGRICULTURAL GENOME PROJECT
 
TITLE:              Computer Programmer/Analyst (2 positions)
 
LOCATION:           National Agricultural Library, Beltsville MD.
 
CATEGORY:           One year contract position with possible
                    renewal.
 
SALARY:             $35,000 minimum.  Actual salary commensurate
                    with experience. (This position has a 40-hour
                    work week.)

RESPONSIBILITIES:   Works under the supervision of the project
                    manager at the University of Maryland at
                    College Park (UMCP), to provide programming
                    services in support of the Agricultural
                    Genome Information Service, a cooperative
                    effort between UMCP and the U.S. Dept. of
                    Agriculture.  This program is located at the
                    National Agricultural Library (NAL).  Works
                    directly with the Manager of the Genome
                    Informatics Group to develop software for the
                    scientific community in USDA and cooperating
                    institutions.  This is a one-year, renewable
                    contract position, under a cooperative
                    agreement between the NAL and UMCP.
 
QUALIFICATIONS:     Required:  Degree in information/computer
                    science from an accredited institution, or
                    its equivalent in experience.
 
EXPERIENCE:         Required:  Excellent knowledge of the Unix
                    operating system.
                    Preferred: Extensive experience with Perl 5
                    (extensive experience in another object-
                    oriented language will also be considered)
                    and C; real-world experience with Java;
                    knowledge of World Wide Web server operation
                    and configuration, and CGI program scripting;
                    background or college coursework in biology
                    or chemistry; greater than 3 years working
                    experience, but recent college graduate will
                    be considered.
 
BENEFITS:           22 working days annual leave; 11 paid
                    holidays; 15 days sick leave; other benefits
                    may be negotiable.
 
POSITION AVAILABLE: Immediately.
 
APPLICATIONS:       For full consideration submit resume and
                    names/addresses of 3 references to Dr. Paul
                    Bottino, H.J. Patterson Hall, Dept. of Plant
                    Biology, University of Maryland, College
                    Park, MD 20742-7011. Applications will be
                    accepted until September 11, 1996 or until
                    the positions are filled.
 
THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.




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