£50000 - £60000 per annum
about 1 year ago
Ideally undergraduate studies in a strongly quantitative discipline such as (e.g. physics, computer science, or maths). These skills could also have been developed, for example, through a PhD in computational biology, statistical genomics, or statistical genetics.
Genome Analysts work as part of squads building translating state of the art analytics into clinically-fit production quality solutions.
*PhD experience of working within Rare Diseases or Cancer Bioinformatics/Computational Biology/Systems Biology/ or equivalent work experience
*Excellent knowledge and experience in one or more areas of human DNA analysis
*Excellent knowledge in cancer genomics
*Strong knowledge of statistics and/or machine learning
*Strong knowledge of high throughput sequencing algorithms and available resources.
*Experience with full cycle of analysing NGS data from sequencing QC to annotation and prioritization of variants.
*Strong programming skills (Python, R)
*Experience in handling large data sets
*Experience and flexibility to collaborate on code with others including good working knowledge of Git
*Ability to develop production quality code as a part of team
*Experience using container technology / building tools into containers (docker)
*Experience writing pipelines in WDL and or CWL (WDL preferred).