mrmike at geta.life.uiuc.edu
Thu Oct 8 11:14:58 EST 1992
The Department of Microbiology, University of Illinois at
Urbana-Champaign, seeks a qualified Research Programmer for the
ribosomal database project (RDP), which functions in a world-wide
capacity to facilitate research in some of the more interesting and
important areas of biology; evolution, microbial ecology, nucleic acid
structure, taxonomy, etc.
Duties will include work on software for the database, automated
mechanisms for exchanging information with other biological databases
and construction of useful and tools for the user community's handling
of the data. Duties may also include part-time systems administration
of a Unix/MacIntosh network.
Experience should include familiarity with Unix and MacIntosh
operating systems, C or Fortran, X-windows, and preferably Prolog.
Knowledge of (and interest in) biology is also highly desirable.
A B.S. or M.S. degree is required (preferably in computer science,
engineering, or in combination with biology).
Position is full time; duration is dependent upon continuation
of funds (from NSF). Salary is negotiable;
starting date is as soon as possible after closing date.
Applicants should send a resume, a summary of relevant
experience, and the names and addresses (incl. electronic)
of three references to: Ms. Carolyn Corn, Administrative
Assistant, Department of Microbiology, Univerisy of Illinois,
131 Burrill Hall, 407 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801;
To receive full consideration, applications should be received
by November 1, 1992. Interviews may be conducted as soon as
applications are received. However, all applications that are
received by the above date will be given equal consideration.
The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative
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