Positions open in the Platforms & Pipelines Group at TGAC (now filled)

So my new role, which I will elaborate on later, is as the Head of the Platforms and Pipelines Group at The Genome Analysis Centre in Norwich.  We have a couple of positions vacant currently in the group.  For those of you interested in Bioinformatics posts, stay tuned for later advertisements.

For those of you unfamiliar with TGAC, it is a UK hub for innovative Bioinformatics through research, analysis and interpretation of multiple, complex data sets. It hosts one of the largest computing hardware facilities dedicated to life science research in Europe.  It also has a state of the art DNA sequencing facility operating multiple complementary technologies for data generation that provide the foundation for analyses furthering our fundamental understanding of genomes and how they function.

The positions open are in Chris Watkins group, the Platforms & Pipelines Project Management Team.  One is a Customer Liaison Officer (Pipelines) and the other is a Customer Liaison Officer (Sales).

Full job descriptions are here:

Customer Liaison Officer (Pipelines)

Customer Liaison Officer (Sales)

The Pipelines role is a new post, and will ensure that there are timely responses to customer enquiries and ensuring that a projects deliverables are provided on time, to a high quality and communicated clearly to the customer. An undergraduate degree in a relevant area is essential, and candidates with some knowledge of cutting edge bioinformatics and genomics would be welcome.

The Sales role is also a new post, and where the Pipelines role deals with customer engagement after a project is secured, the Sales role will deal with the securing those projects. This means dealing with sales enquiries, issuing quotes and invoices, and work on some marketing aspects for the team.  Again an undergraduate degree in a relevant area is essential, and given the complexity of the projects, those with post-graduate qualifications would be welcome.

Please circulate this to people you think might be interested!

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