Monthly Archives: January 2012

Software Developer position open at Oxford Gene Technology

OGT has a position open for a Software Developer to work in the Computational Biology group.  Full details are from the careers page on the OGT website.

From the page the requirements are:

“We are looking for a highly motivated and innovative individual with experience in Java-based software development. The ideal candidate would combine Java and PHP programming experience with database development and administration skills. Knowledge of bioinformatics tools would be a distinct advantage. The successful candidate will be working alongside a Senior Software Developer who is overseeing the implementation of OGT’s CytoSure Interpret Software and Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS).”

The Computational Biology group is quite diverse and there’s 8 of us at the moment, dealing with everything from array designs, in-solution capture designs, microarray analysis (CGH/expression), next-generation sequencing, LIMS development and application development.  So if you perhaps fancy the idea of becoming the 9th member, please apply via our website.

An enjoyment of cryptic crosswords is not essential but helpful, training can be provided on arrival (it was for me!).