Galactic Career Center

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The Galaxy community is continually searching for new developers, bioinformaticians, system administrators, and researchers. This page lists openings from around the world that use, deploy, enhance and administer Galaxy.

If you have an opening you want to list here, please send it to outreach@galaxyproject.org and we will list it here and in the next month's newsletter.

Open Positions

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

Posted: March 5th 2021

Develop and apply new cutting-edge instrumental methods (data independent acquisition and other targeted, quantitative MS-based methods) along with bioinformatics approaches for systems biology-based multi-omics analysis of disease

Contact: Tim Griffin

INSERM - Institut Pasteur de Lille, Lille, France

Posted: February 18th 2021
Apply by: April 1st 2021

A full position is available for 2 years, and starting at the earliest timepoint possible. This includes working with and running training on the internal Galaxy instance.

Contact: Julie Dubois-Chevalier

Natural History Museum, London, United Kingdom

Posted: February 18th 2021
Apply by: March 7th 2021

Be part of the Darwin Tree of Life Project to sequence all UK eukaryote species, and work with 100s of Natural History Museum scientists

Research Core Unit Genomics (RCUG), Hannover Medical School, Hannover, Germany

Posted: February 8th 2021

A full position is available for 2 years, and starting at the earliest timepoint possible. This includes working with and running training on the internal Galaxy instance.

Contact: Oliver Dittrich-Breiholz

Galaxy-SynBioCAD team, MICALIS Institute, INRAE & AgroParisTech, Jouy-en-Josas, France

Posted: February 3rd 2021
Apply by: March 1st 2021

Design solutions to synthesize molecules in microorganisms & to implement the sesolutions on robotized workstations.

MEMO Group, Norwegian University of Life Science, Ås, Norway

Posted: January 29th 2021
Apply by: March 13th 2021

Interested in host-microbiome interactions and multi-omic data? We have multiple positions starting in 2021. Projects have fun and interesting EU partners.

ELIXIR Belgium, VIB-UGent Center for Plant Systems Biology, Ghent, Belgium

Posted: January 22nd 2021

Implementation of specific data analysis workflows in the framework of our national and international activities...

ELIXIR Belgium, VIB-UGent Center for Plant Systems Biology, Ghent, Belgium

Posted: January 22nd 2021
Apply by: March 4th 2021

Efficient and clear communication, and sustainable outreach towards the life sciences community.

Blankenberg Lab, Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Posted: January 15th 2021

Utilize high-throughput omics technologies, such as next generation sequencing, and data-intensive computing to explore biomedical research questions.

Contact: Dan Blankenberg

French Institute of Bioinformatics (IFB), Roscoff, Strasbourg ou Rennes, France

Posted: December 15th 2020
Apply by: March 1st 2021

1-year position for a developer to work on usegalaxy.fr, focused on the contribution to the development, evolution, deployment and maintenance of the French infrastructure.

Contact: Gildas Le Corguille, Julien Seiler

Schatz Lab, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Posted: October 15th 2020

The Schatz Lab at Johns Hopkins University is looking for self-driven individuals that can work independently to fill multiple software development positions on the Galaxy Project; and Ambitious individuals to fill a programmer analyst position working on the Galaxy and AnVIL projects.

Roche, Bay Area, California, United States

Posted: October 15th 2020

Lead data mining for biomarker discovery for medical conditions of interest. Develop Agile Assay Design (AAD) tools for qPCR tests. NGS data analysis tools and/or workflows. Use these tools & workflows for R&D projects. Deploy these tools on Roche intranet (Galaxy) and train scientists to use them.

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Posted: October 15th 2020

Provide technical expertise and oversight for the AnVIL Project, which incorporates Galaxy, Bioconductor, Terra, Gen3, and Dockstore into a secure cloud-based software ecosystem for genomic data analysis.