There are currently three positions available.
Programmer/Analyst (Job # 8714)
We are looking for a full-time Mobile Developer for our latest application that assists with doctors’ note taking process. You will be developing mobile apps that run on iOS or Windows (tablet form using UWP). You will be an integral part of our team, helping us transform research results into real-world applications. We need your creativity in designing effective user interfaces to improve clinical workflow and quality of patient care.
Please apply through the SickKids Career Portal
Admin Assistant (Job # 8391)
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding administrative position where you can utilize your organizational, communication, and time management skills? If you are, then we have an opportunity for you!
In this Administrative Assistant role, you will be supporting one Scientist in addition to the Director of the Centre for Computational Medicine (CCM). CCM is a core facility providing our scientific community the expertise in High Performance Computing (HPC), bioinformatics, and software development including office management, financial and accounting related duties, etc.
For more information and to apply, please visit the SickKids Career Portal
Postdoctoral Fellow or Research Associate in Bioinformatics
The Centre for Computational Medicine, a core facility within the world renowned Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute is interested in hiring you. The ideal candidate will have:
• An established track record of publications in scientific journals.
• Experience developing and implementing algorithms for the processing of large genomics and biomedical data sets. Experience with RNA-seq a plus.
• Background in biology, genetics, and statistics, to understand the scientific requirements of the applications to be developed.
• Proficiency in Python and experience using R
• Experience developing bioinformatics tools and pipelines
For additional information, please visit Bioinformatics.ca
Thursday January 25: 7-9pm
Dorin Manase presents at the Toronto Parent 2 Parent Resource Network ‘Rareconnect: connecting rare disease patients globally’
Rareconnect is a safe, easy to use platform where rare disease patients, families and patient organizations can develop online communities and conversations across continents and languages. RareConnect partners with the world’s leading rare disease patient groups to offer global online communities allowing people to connect around issues which affect them while living with a rare disease.
For additional information, please visit the Toronto Parent 2 Parent Resource Network