The successful applicant will work closely with the members of a very active biomedical research group working on the cutting edge of computational and systems approaches to vaccine design and AIDS research in the department of microbiology at BUMC. He or she will develop software following the functional and technical specifications provided by the principal investigator or other members of the research team. The applications developed will be used for the management and analysis of data by scientific investigators at BUMC and their extensive network of collaborators outside of BUMC. Both desktop and internet-basedapplications will be developed. The successful applicant will additionally provide basic knowledge of computers and software to help supervise the computational research of others on the team. He or she will liaise with BUMC IT to maintain the groups high-performance computing infrastructure.
Must have a Masters Degree in computer science, bioinformatics, or a relevant quantitative discipline and 3-5 years experience in a relevant role. A PHD in a quantitative science or professional experience with bioinformatics programming would provide a significant advantage.
The successful applicant will have experience developing scientific software using C# and .NET under Visual Studio.
The successful applicant will be an enthusiastic participant in large-scale, exciting and focused biomedical research activities.