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Bioinformatician – NGS Data/Genomics (f/m/d)

Job Code

11046

Department

BIH Bioinformatics

The Berlin Institute of Health (BIH) is a joint venture of the Charite University Medicine and the Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) for interdisciplinary translational system medicine.

The BIH core unit bioinformatics is looking for a highly-motivated, detail-oriented individual. You will be responsible for NGS data analysis in translational research projects. Our team is passionate about understanding genetic variations and how to transform data into clinically actionable results.The ideal candidate will be a team player with in depth understanding of sequencing data and software development.

  • Analyze project needs and translate biomedical questions into bioinformatics projects
  • Design, implement and deploy NGS data analysis workflows
  • Select and benchmark methods and tools, define and perform appropriate QC measures
  • Develop innovative sequence analysis approaches when standard methods are not adequate
  • Automate processing and results reporting and delivery
  • Interpret and present analysis results to coworkers and collaborators

Requirements

  • MS degree in bioinformatics, computer science, genetics, or similar plus at least 3 years work/research experience in NGS data analysis, relevant PhD is a strong plus
  • In depth understanding of computational methods for NGS analysis and the usage of public data resources required; good understanding of NGS protocols is a plus
  • Sound experience in genetics of rare diseases required, experience with application in the clinic is a plus
  • Good knowledge of existing bioinformatics databases and file formats
  • Excellent programming skills in bash and Python required, experience with R, Java, database systems, and web technologies is a strong plus
  • Demonstrated ability to produce well designed and documented code
  • Proficiency in using git, good knowledge in software engineering and test automation
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot problems with academic open source software is required
  • Proficiency working in a Linux/SGE cluster environment needed
  • Team oriented with good written and verbal communication skills, experience with working in interdisciplinary teams centered around a biomedical question and with external collaborators is a strong plus

The MDC is an equal opportunity employer and supports gender equality.


Salary

Salaries are set according to TVÖD level 13. Appointments are made for an initial period of 2 years with possibility of extension.


Start date

The position is available immediately


Application Period

Please send your application to cubi@bihealth.de by 10th of March preferably as one PDF file.


Contact

Dr. Dieter Beule
dieter.beule@bihealth.de