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CBF job opportunities

We are always looking for enthusiastic talented professionals in computational biology areas, software development and data science. Working with us means having a major impact in numerous impactful projects, conserving flexible working hours and being part of a friendly team. Details of our current and related vacancies are shown below.

Current Vacancies

We currently have 2 vacancies. Closing date 26th September 2022

Computational Biology Data Scientist - 2 posts

Liverpool Shared Research Facilities

Job Ref: 047226

Grade: 7
Salary: £36,386 - £42,155 pa
Closing Date 26-Sep-2022 23:30

We are seeking to recruit two computational biologist data scientists to support a wide range of projects within a specialised team at the Computational Biology Facility at the University of Liverpool. You will apply your computational skills to address exciting questions from a varied life sciences and clinical research community and will be responsible for the data analysis and communication of results.

You should hold a PhD in bioinformatics, systems biology or related subject or have equivalent work experience. You should have significant experience in the application of statistics, computational and bioinformatics techniques to answer biological questions. In particular you should have some experience with omics data. Excellent communication, team working, and presentation skills are essential.

Note that we will give preference to one of the posts to candidates with single cell data analyses expertise.

The University has the right to close the vacancy early if it is deemed that there have been enough applications received.

More Details Here.


Casual work

  • Are you a life sciences scientist with experience in complex data analytics, computational biology and bioinformatics?
  • Are you a computer scientist with a keen interest in biology or medicine?

    The CBF is looking for enthusiastic individuals to join their team on a temporary basis. We offer competitive rates per day, valuable experience and the possibility of publishing in high impact journals.

    You may be a computer scientist, engineer or mathematician with an interest in biology or an experimental researcher with demonstrated experience in numerical biology.

    Interested? Please contact the Facility with a CV and information regarding relevant experience.



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