Application deadline: 9 March
2011. No applications will be entertained past this deadline. Applicant must be
a US citizen (see http://bit.ly/dUuB9s).
Start date: as soon as possible.
Qualifications: Master’s degree.
Ability to design and administer SQL databases and develop WWW interfaces for
them. Knowledge of UNIX operating systems. Proficient in computer programming
knowledge of genetics.
Thispositionislocatedat the USDA-ARS R.W. Holley Center for
Agriculture and Health in Ithaca, NY, on the campus of Cornell University.Thepositionsupportsthe database and bioinformatics component of
the Triticeae Coordinated
Agricultural Project. The overall project is a five-year, $25 million effort to
accelerate the improvement of wheat and barley for performance under stress
from climate change. Over $1.5 million will be spent adding functionality to a
dedicated relational database, “the triticeae toolbox” or T3, for public-sector
breeding of wheat, barley, and oat (currently under construction: http://triticeaetoolbox.org).
modify T3 as needed, develop web interfaces for uploading and downloading data, interface T3 with analysis algorithms, link T3 with
external databases (GrainGenes, GRIN, and Gramene), interactwithbiologicalscientistsindatacuration and visualization. T3 is expected to
become the hub of many data analysis features with which the database will need
University, with its outstanding genomics and population genetics community, is
a stimulating work environment. Ithaca is a small but culturally vibrant town situated in the heart of
the beautiful Finger Lakes region of upstate New York with many nearby hiking /
nature opportunities. Interested applicants should submit an electronic
version of their CV, the names and contact information for three references and
a brief cover letter describing their qualifications and relevant experience to
Jean-Luc Jannink: [hidden email].
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