Bioinformatics position at Iowa State University

Deb McMillen mcmillen at morel.uoregon.edu
Tue Oct 17 11:28:37 EST 2000


Oh, when will the day arrive when a thinking brain and a good work ethic 
is considered of equal value no matter what the actual semantics of the
job?  Look at how interdependent all of these job titles truly are.

Deb McMillen
Institute of Molecular Biology
University of Oregon


On Sun, 15 Oct 2000, alex bell wrote:

> Dear All,
> 
> It is not often that we get to see minimum salary levels and this raises a
> questions.
> 
> There are some suggestions, indications that bioinformaticians 'fit into',
> demand, expect a higher salary than others at an equivalent level.
> 
> How would/should one rank the following specialist in terms of salary, given
> equivalency?
> 
> bioinformatician : computer scientist :  crystallographer : mass
> spectrometrist : NMR spectrometrist  protein chemist (I have listed these
> alphabetically)
> 
> Thanks in advance,
>     alex
> 
> Alexander Bell
> Anatomy and Cell Biology
> McGill University
> Montreal Quebec Canada
> 
> phone (514)398-1393
> fax (514)398-5047
> email ehjb at musica.mcgill.ca
> 
> 
> 
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Harold G. Hills" <hhills at iastate.edu>
> To: "Recipients of ABRF List" <abrf at aecom.yu.edu>
> Cc: <autoseq at net.bio.net>
> Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2000 6:43 AM
> Subject: Bioinformatics position at Iowa State University
> 
> 
> > A bioinformatics position is available at Iowa State University.  The
> > job posting is at the URL below.
> >
> >
> > http://www.iastate.edu/~hrs_info/jobs/4prof.htm#003220
> >
> >
> > ASSOCIATE SCIENTIST
> >
> > Top
> >
> > Title List
> >
> > HRS Home
> >
> >   Vacancy Number:
> >                            003498
> >   Department:
> >                            LAURENCE H. BAKER CENTER FOR BIOINFORMATICS
> > AND BIOLOGICAL STATISTICS
> >   Proposed Start Date:
> >                            AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
> >   Appointment Conditions:
> >                            Continuous, 12 Months, Full Time
> >   Special Conditions:
> >   Description:
> >                            The Associate Scientist provides
> > bioinformatics support to faculty working with large amounts of DNA
> > sequence data to mine biological
> >                            information from the data. The individual
> > consults with and trains faculty and students in the use of
> > bioinformatics software and the computer
> >                            equipment on which the software resides.
> > The Associate Scientist helps to hire and manage a team of analysts
> > to meet the needs of the
> >                            bioinformatics community.
> >   Required Qualifications:
> >                            Ph.D. and 2 years of related experience in
> > a computational or biological science, or a master's degree and 5
> > years of related experience in
> >                            computational or biological science.
> >   Preferred Qualifications:
> >                            Familiarity with the common bioinformatics
> > software and databases
> >   Salary/Wage:
> >                            $45,218 minimum, commensurate with
> qualifications
> >   Application Deadline:
> >                            To guarantee consideration, application
> > must be received by December 1, 2000.
> >   Application Instructions:
> >                            Please send letter of application,
> > curriculum vitae, names, addresses and telephone numbers of three
> > references to: Dr. Hal Stern, Interim Director,
> >                            Laurence H. Baker Center for Bioinformatics
> > and Biological Statistics, 102 F Snedecor Hall, Iowa State
> > University, Ames, IA 50011-1210.
> > Harold G. Hills, Ph.D. DNA Sequencing Specialist 515 294-9585
> > 1184 Molecular Biology Building     FAX 515 294-1597
> > Iowa State University                                   hhills at iastate.edu
> > Ames, IA 50011-3260
> > http://www.biotech.iastate.edu/Facilities/DSSF/ABRF  Information on
> > trouble shooting 377 DNA sequencing results
> > http://www.dna.iastate.edu  For info about facility.
> >
> 


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