[Bioperl-l] More job spam: Gladstone Institutes at UCSF

Mark A. Jensen maj at fortinbras.us
Tue Oct 16 02:51:56 UTC 2012

IMO, no post that offers legitimate cash could possibly be spam-MAJ
Mark A. Jensen, PhD
Senior Consultant
Fortinbras Research

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Thomas Sharpton [mailto:thomas.sharpton at gmail.com]
>Sent: Monday, October 15, 2012 04:26 PM
>To: 'BioPerl List'
>Subject: [Bioperl-l] More job spam: Gladstone Institutes at UCSF
>Dear BioPerlers,
>My postdoctoral advisor - Dr. Katherine Pollard - and I are looking for a
>talented bioinformatician to join her group at the Gladstone Institutes at
>the University of California, San Francisco. Details about the position can
>be found via the following link:
>I have also pasted the announcement below my signature.
>Please free to distribute this announcement.
>Best (and sorry for the spam),
>Postdoctoral Fellow
>Pollard Lab
>Gladstone Institutes at UCSF
>The Gladstone Institutes is an independent, not-for-profit research
>institution affiliated with the University of California San Francisco (UCSF),
>contributing to the health and well being of all people through medical
>research, education, and outreach in the areas of heart disease, HIV/AIDS,
>and neurological disease. Gladstone is composed of three separate
>institutes and approximately 350 employees. Our employees receive
>exceptional benefits. We are located in an award winning building adjacent
>to UCSF's Mission Bay Campus. Gladstone has consistently ranked as one of
>the top places to work in academia in the United States. The Gladstone
>Bioinformatics group provides an active environment for developing
>solutions from experimental design to analysis and visualization.
>** **
>Job Description:
>We are recruiting a staff scientist to support the bioinformatics needs at
>Gladstone.  Main duties will involve developing and maintaining scientific
>databases and performing data analysis of large-scale genomic data. Primary
>projects will include developing tools for analysis of metagenomics data
>(from human body sites and environmental samples) and designing pipelines
>for next-generation human genomics and epigenomics research. The candidate
>will interact with labs spanning all Gladstone Institutes.
>** **
>The candidate should have a BS/MS in Bioinformatics, Computer Science or
>similar field and at least 2 years experience with MySQL or other
>relational database software and scripting languages (e.g., Perl, Python,
>shell scripting). Experience with analysis of large biological datasets,
>including developing pipelines for analysis using a scripting language in a
>Linux environment is required. Knowledge of programming languages (e.g.,
>Java, C/C++) and best practices is also important. Additional useful
>experience includes the ability to work in a distributed computing
>environment using a queuing system such as SGE or PBS and a demonstrated
>ability to create data visualization tools. We need a good communicator who
>can work across disciplines, and a self-starter who can work effectively on
>projects with long development times.  Please address how your experience
>fulfills these requirements in a cover letter and/or resume.****
>** **
>Candidates with relevant expertise who wish to join Gladstone’s mission of
>preventing, treating and curing some of the world’s most relentless
>diseases should send their curriculum vitae and contact information for
>three references.
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