Bioinformatics Scientist – Bethesda, MD (Hybrid) Start Date on or around 7/04/22 5 Year Government Contract (Sold and Funded) Description: This position will independently provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the NCI/DCEG
Coordinate and analyze large-scale genomic and genetic data in cancer studies. This includes but are not limited to data manipulation, algorithmic implementation, bioinformatics pipeline developing, statistical programming, and integrated genomic analyses.
Provide support and expertise in the Unix operating system, high performance computer clusters, programming languages (including R, Python, Perl, Python, Java, and C/C++), data visualization (e.g., ggplot2, plotly), container management, (Docker, Singularity) and computation cloud environment (DNA Nexus, Seven Bridges, Terra)
Install, troubleshoot and run open-source and commercial scientific software on the Unix and Linux platforms.
Coordinate and analyze large genomic databases in epidemiological studies. This includes but are not limited to data manipulation, algorithmic implementation, statistical programming, and integrated genomic analyses.
MS Degree and 3+ Years or BS Degree and 5+ Years
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Experience in MATLAB, Python, and MS Office Suite
Experience with data mining and visualization for large-scale next-generation sequencing data (such as WGS data)
Excellent analytical, organizational and time management skills.