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Dirk Holste via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by holste from alum.mit.edu)
Wed Feb 13 04:14:59 EST 2008

To whom it may concern:

i'm a reader of the comp-bio list and would like to distribute an open 
position for a programmer/software developer at the University of 
Veterinary Medicine (VMU) Vienna. -Thanks.

Dirk Holste

JOB: open programmer position; academic; Vienna, Austria,

The University of Veterinary Medicine (VMU) Vienna plans for the 
construction of several large-scale, heterogeneous biodatabases (e.g., 
for the comprehensive and long-term acquisition and information 
retrieval of cancer data) and searches for a programer or software 

- Database construction, administration, integration, and processing of heterogenous data;
- Requirement analysis (direct);
- Analysis, design and implementation of application modules and web interfaces for applied biological research and e-learning;
- Processing of scientific data;
- Occasionally small amount of user support for hard/software.   

- Excellent knowledge of object oriented programming (Java/C++);
- Web-based programming (JSP, XML+XSLT, HTML+JavaScript);
- Database programming (SQL,  postgreSQL) and data modelling in relational DBs
- Knowledge of Linux/UNIX and OS X (scripting); Windows and Tomcat-experience are a plus;
- Interest to actively collaborate in research projects in the fields of computational biology and/or population genetics;
- Professional, cooperative, systematical, and goal-oriented working style
- Good communications skills.

- Completed education in computer science;
- Experience in design and implementation of sofware applications.

http://www.vu-wien.ac.at/en. Department of Genetics.

To be negotiated.

E-mail: <christian.schloetterer from vu-wien.ac.at> or <holste from alum.mit.edu>.

As long as position is open.

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