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Job Web Developer
by Marilyn Gillespie published Jan 12, 2018
BC Cancer’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre has an opening for a web developer. The position is within the GSC’s Systems Team. This is a professional level job that works with supervision from a senior team member or the Systems Coordinator. Working with other teams within the GSC, the web developer is provided with work direction, is required to complete work assignments, and refers unresolved issues to their supervisor.
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Job Research Programmer
by Marilyn Gillespie published Dec 08, 2017
The Michael Smith Genome Science Centre of BC Cancer is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated Research Programmer to work on a federated genome data sharing project based on the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health framework. The position is within Dr. Jones’ group, therefore the successful candidate will have the opportunity to get insights on Personalized OncoGenomics (POG) program and other precision medicine initiatives. This requires a combination of interest in DNA technology and a strong background in software development.
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Job Bioinformatician
by Marilyn Gillespie published Nov 08, 2017
We are seeking an enthusiastic and self-motivated bioinformatician, with excellent communication skills, to work on integrative and comprehensive analyses of cancer genome/transcriptome/epigenome sequence data. The successful applicant will have a proven track record of publications in scientific journals, be fluent in R and at least one of the following programming languages: Perl/Python/C++/Java, and is expected to have strong skills in the field of one or more of the following: genomics, cancer biology and statistics. Knowledge of and experience with large-scale cancer genome data sets (such as TCGA) is particularly desired. A PhD or equivalent is desirable, although qualified applicants with a research-based masters degree may be considered.
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Job Research Projects Manager
by Marilyn Gillespie published Oct 27, 2017
Management of projects and coordination of activities with the IT and systems group. Reporting to the Projects Team Leader, you will assist in the management and coordination of projects with specific emphasis and activities within the GSC’s system and IT groups. The role will include liaison with funders and collaborators, coordination of equipment acquisition and implementation of infrastructure projects, as well as other activities as required.
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Job Research Engineer
by Marilyn Gillespie published Oct 13, 2017 last modified Oct 13, 2017 11:59 AM
The BC Cancer Agency’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre is looking for a Research Engineer to work on laboratory automation projects mostly around tissue handling and sample preparation for DNA sequencing. The position is within the GSC’s Instrumentation Group which does programming for the GSC’s commercial liquid handlers as well as doing hardware and software development for novel automation platforms. This requires a combination of mechanical design, electronics, fluidics and software skills.
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Job Postdoctoral Fellow, Gastroenterology
by Marilyn Gillespie published Feb 14, 2017
A Post-doctoral position is available immediately for a highly motivated recent PhD or MD/PhD graduate to join a dynamic translational research group, headed by Dr. Isabella Tai, Associate Professor in the Division of Gastroenterology, University of British Columbia and Senior Scientist at the Genome Sciences Centre, BCCA.
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Job Postdoctoral Fellow, Bioinformatics and Lymphoma Genomics
by Marilyn Gillespie published Oct 24, 2016
The British Columbia Cancer Agency is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to conduct scientific research in the area of cancer genomics specifically related to an ongoing effort to understand the aetiology of aggressive lymphoid cancers including diffuse large B-cell and mantle cell lymphomas.
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Job Projects Manager
by Marilyn Gillespie published May 02, 2016 last modified May 04, 2016 07:07 AM
The Genome Sciences Centre currently has an opening for a temporary full-time Projects Manager. The Projects Manager manages various projects and grants at the GSC. They report to the Genome Sciences Centre (GSC ) Leader, Projects Management Team or designate, and work in accordance with established policies and procedures, vision and values of the GSC research culture. The major focus of this position is the management and coordination of clinically focused research project(s) at the GSC. The role will include the organization and management of meetings, coordination of case reviews, and interacting directly with clinicians, as well as other activities as required.
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