[Computational-biology] Bioinformatics position open

Steven Cannon via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by scannon At iastate.edu)
Thu Jan 11 13:32:18 EST 2007


The USDA Agricultural Research Service Corn Insects and Crop Genetics =20=

Research Unit in Ames, Iowa (Iowa State University campus) invites =20
applications for a programmer / computational biologist to work in a =20
team that is helping to assemble, analyze and annotate the soybean =20
genome sequence.

The job will involve working with several research groups to assemble =20=

a large, complex genome sequence and to identify biologically useful =20
information. Responsibilities will include populating a database with =20=

genetic, sequence, and related information; writing and maintaining =20
bioinformatics software; and participating in data mining and =20
analysis of genomic sequence.

Required knowledge and abilities include 1) ability to perform =20
various systems operations in the Unix/Linux environment; 2) =20
knowledge of SQL and relational database design and development =20
methods; and 3) skill in the use of Perl or a comparable scripting =20
language to program, modify, analyze, and organize data. For =20
background further information on the project contact Dr. Steven =20
Cannon at scannon At iastate.edu and see related project information at =20
http://soybase.org/.
Note to any attendees at the Plant and Animal Genome conference: =20
please see the job board and arrange to talk with Steven Cannon at =20
the meeting if you are interested.

Candidates must be U.S. citizens. This is a permanent position with =20
no publication requirement. The position will be filled at the GS-9 - =20=

GS-11 level ($50,471 =96 72,060); salary will be commensurate with =20
experience. A comprehensive benefits package is provided.  Vacancy =20
announcements and application information can be obtained from the =20
ARS website at http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?=20
JobID=3D52117308. For questions regarding application procedures can =20
call Lynnette Richey 515-663-7278.

Applications in response to this ad must be postmarked by January 29, =20=

2007 and reference vacancy announcement number ARS-X7W-0087.

THE USDA/ARS IS AN  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY PROVIDER AND EMPLOYER.

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Steven Cannon
USDA-ARS and Department of Agronomy
Iowa State University
scannon At iastate.edu
phone 515-294-6971;  fax 515-294-2299







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