Job: Computational Biologist/Bioinformatics

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Wed Jun 23 10:35:40 EST 1999

ZymoGenetics is currently seeking qualified candidates for two
Computational Biologists to work in our Bioinformatics group.

The successful candidates will use their basic understanding of biological
processes and computational skills in performing sequence analyses,
database mining, and bioinformatics tool design.  Strong communication
skills, particularly writing skills, will be needed to formulate
descriptions of novel gene products for patent applications.  The applicant
should be comfortable working with bench scientists, and familiarity with
lab techniques is useful.

Candidates should have a strong biological background, with experience
in biological structure, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, or
molecular biology, as well as strong computer science skills.
Knowledge of Unix and Perl is required.  

Educational requirements: BA/BS in Biology, Biochemistry, or Computer
Science required. MA/MS and/or Ph.D. a plus.

Position #1-21R199 requires a stong background in relational database
management and SQL.  Position #2-21R299 requires knowledge of protein
family classification and structural analysis.

ZymoGenetics, Inc. is a biotechnology company located n Seattle's historic
Lake Union Steam Plant.  As a subsidiary of Novo Nordisk, the world's
largest producer of industrial enzymes, ZymoGenetics' mission is to
identify protein therapeutic opportunities and to take selected projects as
far as clinical proof of concept studies.

We offer intellectual challenge, state of the art facilities and a generous
benefits package in a growth oriented environment.  For confidential
consideration, send your resume and cover letter to:

               ZymoGenetics, Inc.
               Human Resources - Position #_______
               1201 Eastlake Avenue, East.
               Seattle, WA 98102
               FAX: 206-442-6658
               E-mail: jobs at

ZymoGenetics is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications
from women and minorities.

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