BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) Scientist II, Bioinformatics in San Jose, California
Job Description SummarySpend your day on things that matter.
Work closely with a team of molecular biologists, immunologists, and other bioinformatics scientists in the exciting field of single-cell genomics and proteomics. Develop and deploy next-generation sequencing analysis pipelines to support our BD Rhapsody™ and BD™ AbSeq products. These complex pipelines are the tools that enable cutting edge research into areas like cancer and immune profiling, cell therapy, and stem cell biology. Success requires a firm grounding in software engineering, data analytics, ability to work successfully in teams, and a strong focus on making our customers successful.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop, test, deploy, automate, and support NGS analysis pipelines
Develop end user applications that support visualization and statistical analysis
Troubleshoot problems, address issues, and answer questions from internal users, collaborators, and customers
Deploy computationally efficient cloud-based technologies to maximize pipeline efficiency
Interact with a cross-functional team of data scientists, engineers, and biologists to determine requirements and functionality
Bachelor’s or master’s degree in bioinformatics, computer science, biology or related field
Python and/or C++ programming
Experience implementing NGS data analysis pipelines preferably in a production context
Strong written and verbal communication
Able to prioritize and deliver results with a high emphasis on quality, technical rigor, and attention to detail.
Experience with advanced data science techniques especially as applied to RNA or Protein expression data.
Experience with Linux, shell (e.g. Bash) scripting
Experience with relational databases (e.g. PostgreSQL) and SQL language
Primary Work LocationUSA CA - San Jose
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