(dream) Job: Bioinformatician/Cheminformatician with knowledge of Semantic Technologies

Apologies for cross-posting.

If you have background in Bioinformatics/Cheminformatics, interest in
practically relevant Semantic Technologies, aspiration for professional
growth and desire to participate in the development of a revolutionary
technology for Biomedical Data
we have a job for you!

Your main tasks will be:

   - Designing and programming SADI Semantic Web services for various
   biomedical databases, nomenclatures, ontologies and bioinformatics
   - Designing, conducting and documenting case studies with IPSNP's Hydra
   query engine <http://ipsnp.wikidot.com/hydra> for SADI Web
   - Research in knowledge representation principles for various biomedical
   domains and practical development of ontologies and rule bases for them.
   - Facilitating and leading pilot studies with our technology partners,
   including several reputable research organisations, small Biotech companies
   and a multinational Pharmaceutical company.
   - Year 2 responsibilities: training and coordinating more junior
   Bioinformaticians, software developers and knowledge engineers.

The following qualifications are mandatory:

   - Bioinformatics and/or Cheminformatics background.
   - PhD or MSc with work experience in relevant fields.
   - Working knowledge of core semantic technologies (RDF, OWL, SPARQL).
   - Working knowledge of Java or any other object-oriented programming

The following will be considered an advantage:

   - Familiarity with Web service technologies, client-side or server-side,
   especially SADI.
   - Experience with any data integration technologies.
   - Familiarity with rule-based knowledge engineering and/or rule engines.
   - Exposure to natural language processing, especially text mining.

This job will be located in Saint
New Brunswick <http://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/>, Canada.
More details on our Web site: http://ipsnp.wikidot.com/jobs

Alexandre Riazanov (Alexander Ryazanov), PhD
CTO, IPSNP Computing Inc,
Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Received on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 09:12:56 UTC