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National Centre for Biological Sciences
2 Years
Posted on 14 May 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 05 Jun 19
Advt No.10/2019 

Bioinformatician ON HUMAN BRAIN DISORDERS PROGRAM recruitment in National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS)

Description: A Bioinformatician position is available for candidate with bioinformatics expertise to work in this program.

The appointment will be a fixed term position initially for a period of one year that may be further extended depending on the performance of the candidate. The position comes with a consolidated pay based on qualification and experience.

Essential qualification: PhD in Bioinformatics or a related discipline, with 2 years experience

Desirable: 1. Experience in whole exome/genome/transcriptome (WES/WGS/RNA-Seq) data analysis pipeline and the relevant expertise in Linux environment.

2. Experience in scripting and statistical languages including but not limited to Perl/Python/R.

3. Experience in Next Generation Sequencing data analysis on High-Performance Computing (HPC) Clusters.

4. Experience in handling data management platforms and maintenance of NGS data.

Salary: As per institute norms.

The position is available from : July 1, 2019

Age Limit for the above position: Below 35 years

Job Type

Interview Type

Face to Face Interview

How to apply
Interested applicants are requested to apply with their CV [with names and contact information (postal and email) of two scientific referees] and a statement of interest (~400 words) pertinent to the position applied for by June 5, 2019. Applications may be sent to as one pdf file. 

Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview.

Company Description
The National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), located in Bangalore, is part of the Tat Institute of Fundamental research. The mandate of NCBS is fundamental research in the frontier areas of biology. Our research interests range from the study of single molecules to ecology and evolution. In addition we engage in a number of collaborative initiatives, such as  in Stem  and the ibio; and we help to develop cutting edge instrumentation and software via  C- CAMP.