Gladstone Institutes is looking for a Bioinformatics Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA. The post states, “We are recruiting for a Bioinformatics Software Engineer. The ideal candidate will be an innovative database and web developer to work on semantic data models and online collaboration tools for the WikiPathways project. The candidate should have demonstrated experience with PHP and MediaWiki, in addition to JavaScript (JSON, D3), SVG, CSS and HTML5. Expertise with database technologies is also critical, including MySQL. The successful candidate will also have ample experience managing semantic data via RDF, SPARQL, triplestores (Virtuoso), and graph databases (Neo4j).”

It continues, “Familiarity with biological sciences is a major plus, as these technologies will support a collaborative platform for capturing and sharing biological pathway representations for data visualization and analysis (see wikipathways.org). We need a good team player that can work with a mix of local and distributed development teams on open source projects. As part of these teams, the candidate’s work will fit directly into biomedical research applications spanning the globe. Candidates with relevant expertise who wish to join Gladstone’s mission of preventing, treating and curing some of the world’s most relentless diseases should apply.”

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