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Under the direction of the Bioinformatics Manager, the software developer and HPC integration specialist will participate in the planning, development, co-ordination, implementation and maintenance of information systems and genomic analytical pipelines developed at the McGill’s Canadian Center for Computational Genomics (C3G). This includes the integration of information systems strategy, policy and planning with all members of the projects, and the development and implementation of information system strategies that support the analytical needs of various projects. The chosen candidate will also work closely with members of McGill’s High Performance Computing (HPC) centre and other Calcul Québec staff members for the efficient integration of tools developed by the C3G with the Compute Canada infrastructure and other cloud-computing systems. The chosen candidate responsibilities will also include troubleshooting and supporting a variety of users using these tools.
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Interested in working with us?
The Canadian Center for Computational Genomics (C3G) is always interested to offers bioinformatician, biostatistician or software developper new opportunities to pursue careers in the field of genomic research. In collaboration with the local academic communities and with scientific around the world, we offer a diverse, dynamic and rich working environment.
You are a creative and innovative thinker, have a taste for challenges, strong interests in software development, are passionate about life science and technology and wish to join our rank. Don’t hesitate, submit your application now.
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Note: C3G is committed to equity in employment and diversity. It welcomes applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and others who may contribute to further diversification.