Job:Proteomics Bioinformatician
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Postdoctoral Scientist, Proteomics Bioinformatician

WEHI Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Facility, Advanced Technology and Biology Division, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Parkville, Melbourne, Australia

About the position

We are seeking to appoint a highly motivated and experienced statistical bioinformatician with experience in a relevant discipline such as statistics, mathematics, computer science, computational biology or genetics with an ambition to apply their skills toward mass spectrometry based experimental data. The appointee will have solid mathematical training as well as strong programming and data analysis skills. Familiarity with statistical bioinformatics software packages and languages such as Python and R would be an advantage. Whilst prior experience in proteomics research is desirable, it is not essential, however the applicant must be highly motivated to work on problems in medical biology-based proteomics. The position would suit a PhD graduate in a relevant discipline looking to apply their skillset to multiple high impact projects.

Terms of appointment

This position is available for 12 months in a full-time capacity with scope to extend. Salary is Academic level A6-A8 (AUD 90,053- 96,661, dependent upon qualifications and experience). Up to 17% superannuation and very attractive salary packaging options are available.

General enquiries can be directed to A/Prof Andrew Webb –

Further information about the role including a position description is available here.

How to apply

Applications should include a cover letter, current resume, a document addressing the key selection criteria and contact details of three referees. Please email your application in PDF format to quoting WEHI/ANAW161220 in the subject line.

Application closing date: 15 January 2021

At the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute we strive to ensure our staff and students enjoy a great working environment. We value diversity and gender equity in our work force and promote flexible working arrangements for staff to balance working requirements and personal needs. We have implemented a number of gender equity initiatives to support female laboratory heads.

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