Oferta de trabajo de Analistas de sistemas en Dinamarca (HOVEDSTADEN)
Bioinformatics Database Architect And Manager
Clasificación del trabajo:Profesionales científicos e intelectuales : Profesionales de tecnología de la información y las comunicaciones : Desarrolladores y analistas de software y multimedios : Analistas de sistemas. Arbejde, der forudsætter viden på højeste niveau inden for pågældende område : Arbejde inden for informations- og kommunikationsteknologi : Udvikling og analyse af software og applikationer : Systemanalytikerarbejde.
Descripción de la oferta de trabajo:
Are you experienced in setting up and maintaining biological and health data-warehouses interfacing with various public or restricted databases, and interested in research data and workflow management systems? Do you work with user-interfaces for clinicians to use genomic / Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data results as well as aid in policy for handling sensitive data, and setting high IT safety standards? Are you ready to engage in supporting Big Data scientific research in a high profile research institute? The Department of Bio and Health Informatics at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Bioinformatics) is seeking a highly skilled Database Architect and scientific computing programmer. The position is available immediately with possibilities to negotiate the start date for the right candidate. The department offers an eclectic highly international environment of diverse and dynamic scientific researchers, working with diverse sets of biological data with activities spanning Health, Biotechnology, and Artificial Intelligence, and is one of the largest and permanent stakeholders of the national life science and biomedical super-computing center – Computerome. The department’s DTU Multi-Assay Core (DMAC) facility provides access to molecular biology and sequencing labs. The department is actively participating in national personalized medicine initiatives through our core infrastructures (Computerome and DMAC) as well as highly skilled researchers in this area. As Database Architect / Manager, you will be an important member of the administrative team. You will refer directly to the Head of Department - but cooperate closely with the department’s researchers. Primary areas of responsibility Your main responsibility will be to maintain the clinical, biological and genomic data-warehouse (currently 10 TB with 894 schemata and 82811 tables) and secure that various public or restricted databases are updated regularly on legacy infrastructure. As senior Data Architect and Manager, you will interface with scientists to assist with data design and help with workflow management. You will have responsibilities to handle DTU Bioinformatics software architecture and user interfaces, custom web servers, data modeling and database design. You will maintain and build up the data management systems in close cooperation with the management team, ensure implantation of the systems, and have a high degree of involvement with all scientists and administrative personnel at DTU Bioinformatics. In close collaboration with Data Architects / Managers from DTU corporate IT, you will set up data classification and data management systems that are well secured, thereby, contributing to an important part of DTU Bioinformatics’ development. In Data Management Operations, the Data Architect / Manager is primarily responsible for the coordination and timely set-up of our research data management systems in accordance with DTU corporate IT and Public Health security standards. This requires a good understanding of IT systems, data risks, security and encryption, and working with complex IT processes. DTU Bioinformatics aims to both receive and deliver data of the highest quality to our stakeholders, and our results are normally achieved through collaboration with hospitals, biotech (genotyping and next-generation sequencing) laboratories, animal/aqua/veterinary/food/microbial research institutes, universities and public organizations. The job of a Database Architect / Manager therefore also requires strong IT project management skills. Our stakeholders are depending on our ability to manage complex and critical communication in a timely manner. Our expectations of you You have at least an M.Sc. or preferably a Ph.D. in computer science, software engineering or in bioinformatics or a related discipline. Relevant experience in dealing with data domains and software in the bioinformatics area is preferred. A strong working knowledge of health i
Servicio de empleo de origen:AMS, Servicios Públicos de Empleo, Dinamarca.