Clinical Microbiomics is a rapidly growing company at the forefront of human microbiome research, and we are looking for a colleague to anchor and manage our internal software development. The core of this position is to develop and internally communicate the use of our proprietary R-based analysis framework and our data resources/databases.
Your primary role will be to implement and scale our analytical tools and scripts (primarily R packages) for data analysis and report generation. In doing this, your overall goal will be to boost efficiency, quality, and knowledge sharing by integrating and improving early implementations of tools and scripts to production-grade quality. This means understanding the needs of our scientists and translating these needs into specific solutions and processes and ensuring company-wide adoption and understanding of these processes. To do this successfully, you excel in project management and understand how to organize and drive software projects.
We are looking for a candidate with the following profile and qualifications:
- 5+ years experience with R/tidyverse, including package development
- Proactive and creative solution finder with enthusiasm for developing efficient software
- Full professional proficiency in English
- A relevant MSc. degree, such as data science, bioinformatics, or similar
- Experience in bioinformatics and/or scientific computing
- Experience with DevOps, Git, Unix/Linux, Python, and/or container runtime environments (e.g. Docker)
At Clinical Microbiomics, we help companies and researchers to better understand the role of the microbiome in human health and disease. Through our microbiome research services based at Symbion in Copenhagen, we support clients in academia, biotech, health care, nutrition, and pharma globally.
We are an international and energetic team of 35 people and offer a challenging and rewarding position in a fast-paced, team-oriented, non-bureaucratic start-up/scale-up environment. We offer flexible working hours and generous parental leave policies. All interested candidates irrespective of age, gender, race, disability, religion, or ethnic background are encouraged to apply.
Please apply by 1 July. Include a cover letter with or in your CV explaining how your skills match the requirements and why you are a good candidate for the position.
Applications to be sent to: Nikolaj Sørensen at email@example.com