Bioinformatics position at John Innes

Martin Trick martin.trick at
Fri Mar 10 05:00:15 EST 2000

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<b><font color="#FF0000"><font size=+2>Bioinformatics
Position at John
Innes Centre, UK</font></font></b>
<p>Applications are invited for a Computational
Molecular Biology specialist
to join the John
<br>Innes Centre's (JIC) computing/bioinformatics
service. S/he will be
responsible for
<br>providing high level scientific and technical
support to end-users
in the fields of sequence
<br>analysis and database searching.&nbsp; The
successful applicant will
be expected to proactively
<br>develop the service to ensure that JIC scientists
will have access
to state of the art
<p>Applicants are likely to have a degree (although a
PhD is desirable)
in an appropriate
<br>subject and be able to demonstrate 3 or more years
of practical experience
in relevant
<br>areas such as UNIX system admin, shell
programming, Perl, HTML authoring
and, of
<br>course, use of sequence analysis software. This is
a permanent position
and salary on
<br>appointment will be within the range &pound;21,800
to &pound;31,500.
There is a non-contributory
<br>superannuation scheme.
<p>JIC is an internationally recognised centre of
excellence in plant and
microbial sciences,
<br>for more details visit us at <A
To register
your interest or ask for
<br>further details you can in the first instance
e-mail me (with PGP if
desired) at
HREF="mailto:martin.trick at">mailto:martin.trick at</A>
<p>Dr Martin Trick
<br>Brassica &amp; Oilseeds Research Department
<br>John Innes Centre, Norwich NR4 7UH, UK
<br>tel: +44/0 1603 450557
<br>fax: +44/0 1603 450014



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