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Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)

IPK Gatersleben is a large, internationally recognized centre of plant research that addresses problems of modern biology with an emphasis on crop plants. Our scientific expertise integrates a broad diversity of disciplines to elucidate the mechanisms underlying processes of plant development, metabolism, and interactions with the environment. Our research aims at the generation of fundamental knowledge and the development of genetic and biotechnological tools to spur the knowledge-based use of plant-genetic resources to optimize a variety of crop traits. Frequently, this involves co-operation with various national and international universities as well as public-private partnerships.

Bioinformatician

Employment starting up on 01st if March and is limited for 24 month (in compliance with the law ?WissZeitVG?).

up to 100% E13 TV-L
69/12/16

The research group Bioinformatics and Information Technology is engaged in the management of research data, in the implementation of integrated biological information systems/data warehouses for performing in silico analyses and presenting sequencing data. We are contributing to genotyping and re-sequencing projects of different plant genetic resources hosted in the IPK Genebank. For data management, we use a laboratory information management system (LIMS). Web-information systems are developed based on Oracle® Application Express. The programmatic, API-based data access is based on RESTFul web services.

Your tasks:
In the research project BeanAdapt Phaseolus vulgaris and Phaseolus coccineus accessions from the IPK Genebank will be sequenced using GBS (Genotyping By Sequencing). Your task is the management of the analyzed data sets using Oracle® data base technology. You will work together with colleagues which handle similar data sets from other species. You will contribute to the development of web-based information system to make this diversity accessible and implement powerful user friendly visualization routines.
Your qualification:
You possess a Master/Diploma in (bio-)informatics or equivalent academic degree. You must have a strong background in data base technology and a robust understanding of developing web-based user interfaces. You have experience with UNIX/Linux command line program execution, R, Java and JavaScript programming. You have proven excellent writing and presentation skills and you are a team player.
If you need further information feel free to contact Dr. Uwe Scholz. You reach him under scholz@ipk-gatersleben.de or phone +49 (0) 39482 5513.

The IPK is striving to increase the proportion of women in sectors where they are underrepresented, and therefore explicitly encourages applications from qualified women. The IPK was awarded the Hertie Foundation's work and balance certificate ("Beruf und Familie") for its family-friendly working conditions. The IPK campus is located in the immediate vicinity of a local day care center and primary school (Grundschule). Gross salary will be up to 100% E13 TV-L.

Your application:
Please send your application (incl. letter of motivation, CV, certificates of university degrees and latest school report) until Jan. 22, 2017 to the attention of Ms. Böhme citing the reference number 69/12/16. Please contact her also for questions regarding the application and selection procedure.

Leibniz Institute of Plant Genetics and Crop Plant Research (IPK)
Ms. Hedi Böhme
Corrensstraße 3, OT Gatersleben
06466 Seeland
Germany

Telefon: +49 (0)39482 5101

E-Mail: jobs@ipk-gatersleben.de
http://www.ipk-gatersleben.de/en/job-offers/
Closing date: 22 January 2017 Published on academics.com on date 21 December 2016
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