Bioinformatics, Senior Team Leader

Insight Global   •  

San Diego, CA

Industry: Professional, Scientific & Technical Services


Less than 5 years

Posted 268 days ago

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Job Description
An employer is looking for a Bioinformatics, Senior Team Leader in San Diego. This person will lead a team of bioinformaticians focused on the analysis of raw data generated through sequencing of DNA, RNA, and proteins. This includes the processing, analysis, integration, and visualization of data, as well as functional annotations. The Bioinformatics team leader ensures workflow automation, pathway analysis including data visualization networks. The Senior Team Leader will closely interact with other scientists. In addition, tasks will include active networking with internal and external research groups, strategic planning, and supporting a functional vision focused on continuously improving bioinformatics expertise, algorithms, and methods. The individual is expected to play an active role in the GB computational bioscience platform to develop and use competences synergistically and most efficiently.

Job Requirements
-•A Ph.D. in Bioinformatics or related field with 4 years of research experience in Bioinformatics; a Master’s degree in Bioinformatics or related field with 10 years of research experience in Bioinformatics; or a Bachelor’s degree in Bioinformatics or related field with 13 years of research experience in Bioinformatics.
-2 years minimum in a management/leadership role- background in managing a team of direct reports.
-Experience with bioinformatics as related to industrial enzyme design or strain development preferred.
-Familiarity working in/with industry
-Proven successful project management experience.
-•Demonstrated leadership or mentoring experience and success working and communicating with customers, other researchers, peers, and other departments.
-Ability to work in a team environment encompassing multiple disciplines

Optional Requirements
-Digitalization in R&D

Job ID: SDG-260632