I am posting this notice on behalf of The Natural History Museum, London.
The Natural History Museum in London is looking for a bioinformatics
researcher at post-doctoral level. This is a fixed-term 3-year contract.
The position is open to any field of bioinformatics research relating to
evolutionary genomics, phylogenetics and/or classification. The successful
candidate will be expected to maintain and develop the molecular biology
computing environment of four Unix workstations (an Alpha, an Octane and
two Sparcs) and a local Mac network and to teach other researchers how best
to use the system. These duties should not take more than 50% of the
The salary is negotiable from 21,647 pounds, depending on experience.
Further details can be obtained by post from Karen Bostock
(k.bostock at nhm.ac.uk) or by anonymous ftp (Word 6 file) from
ftp://ftp.nhm.ac.uk/pub/vacancies/Bioinf.doc. Application is by CV which
should also be sent to Karen, by e-mail, fax or letter, together with the
names of 3 referees.
The closing date from applications is 12th March and the post is available
from 1st April. Applicants who are in the final stages of their PhD
studies should enclose a letter from their supervisor indicating the likely
date that their studies will be complete.
Dr D.McL. Roberts, Tel: +44 171 938 8790
Dept. Zoology, Fax: +44 171 938 9158
The Natural History Museum,
London SW7 5BD
Great Britain Email: dmr at nhm.ac.uk
Web page: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/zoology/extreme.html
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