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Salary Range: £31,498 to £39,729 plus excellent benefits. Fixed Term Contract for 3 years

Do you want to fight malaria from your computer? Are you a motivated bioinformatician and want to work with the latest sequencing technologies and single cell sequencing?

The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute is taking on some of the most difficult challenges in genomic research, to push the boundaries of our understanding of life in ever new and exciting ways. We have an exciting opportunity for you to work within a team of bioinformaticians and biologists to use state-of-the-art genomic and transcriptomic datasets to understand the biology and evolution of malaria parasites.

In the Parasite Genomics group we produce and analyse DNA sequence data to gain insights into parasite biology and to generate resources of lasting value to the Research community. We use the latest sequence technologies, like Oxford Nanopore, 10X to push the limits of single-cell analysis for parasite genomes.

We seek to recruit a senior bioinformatician in to our malaria genomics team, to work with DNA and RNA sequencing data. The position would be ideal for an individual to gain valuable experience in using third generation sequencing data, as well as cutting edge single-cell approaches.

Key responsibilities

* Analyse and evaluate 3rd generation sequencing data with existing tools, and with new tools generated in house.
* Analyse single-cell datasets
* Generate programs and pipelines to generate hundreds of high quality malaria-parasite genomes.

Essential Skills

* The position will involve both data analysis and programming.
* Good knowledge of programming, demonstrated by a Masters or PhD degree in Computer Science or Bioinformatics, or PhD in another discipline (such as physics, maths or biology) with a large component of computational work.
* Must have experience in Java, Perl or Python programming and driving projects to completion

Ideal Skills

Experience with genome and next generation sequencing analysis or a background in malaria biology.

Other information

Our Benefits include: Defined Contribution Pension Scheme, Group Income Protection, Healthcare scheme, Childcare Vouchers, Workplace Nursery and 25 days Annual Leave, increasing by one day per year up to a maximum of 30, plus Bank Holidays. We also have a gym, two cafes, dining facilities, and a free campus bus service. Our thriving Sports and Social Club provides many opportunities to meet with people working across the campus.

Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute welcomes applications from all candidates irrespective of age, disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief, or marital or civil partnership status.

Closing date for applications: 21st August 2017, however applications will be considered and reviewed on an on-going basis.

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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lean Facilitator to join the A14 Integrated Delivery Team on a long-term contract basis. Lean Improvement Engineer....
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NIGHT WAREHOUSE STAFF NIGHT SHIFTS Sutton in Cambridgeshire, between Ely and Chatteris SUN TO THURS 22.00 - 06.00 £9.60 rising to £9.96 37.5 hours We are recruiting warehouse staff for the packing of fine quality grocery brands for a well known supplier of christmas hampers. Products include Champagne, Chocolates, Blended Tea and Preserves. The work is of a light weight nature and requires a methodical attitude and great attention to detail. The work is available from July 2017 to December 2017 with opportunities of permanent employment at the end of the contract. Previous experience is not required but you will need to fulfill the following criteria:- Able to work a two shift system rotating weekly Reliable and punctual Looking for long term contract employment Enjoy working in a team environment Full training will be given and opportunities to undertake other roles within the warehouse will be made available to include Goods In, Stock Control, Order Picking, Pricing and Labelling Hours of Work - Full Time - SUN TO THURS 22.00 - 06.00 There will be overtime available For immediate interview please contact Gary on (Apply online only) or 07720098565 or (Apply online only)
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WAREHOUSE PACKING STAFF DAY SHIFTS Sutton in Cambridgeshire, Between Ely and Chatteris £8.30ph LONG TERM CONTRACT Our Client, based in Sutton in Cambridgeshire (between Ely and Chatteris), have retained Recruit Mint as their preferred supplier for Warehouse Staff within their distribution centre. We are currently recruiting warehouse staff for the packing of fine quality grocery brands for a well-known supplier of Christmas hampers. The work is of a light nature and offers long term employment within a friendly and respectful environment. The work is available from July 2017 to December 2017 with opportunities for permanent employment at the end of the contract. Previous experience is not required but you will need to fulfill the following criteria:- Able to work a two shift system rotating weekly Reliable and punctual Looking for long term contract employment Enjoy working in a team environment Full training will be given and opportunities to undertake other roles within the warehouse will be made available Hours of Work - Full Time - Rotating weekly shift comprising of one week mornings 06.00 - 14.00 followed by one week of afternoons 14.00 - 22.00 There will be overtime available during the busy peak period Start available immediately following interview and induction For immediate interview please contact Gary on (Apply online only) or (Apply online only)
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Lean Improvement Engineer Swavesey, Cambridge A14 Huntingdon to Cambridge “Your chance to drive efficiency and improvement principles on a major highways integrated delivery project” THE COMPANY An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Lean Facilitator to join the A14 Integrated Delivery Team on a long-term contract basis. With a view to improve the layout, traffic management and accessibility on this key node on the UK motorway network, this three-year project is one of the largest highways improvement frameworks currently underway. The scope of works due to be carried out include road widening of both the A14 itself and trunk roads, construction of new three-carriageway sections and the provision of additional slip roads to better facilitate local access. With the IDT responsible for the project from conception through to completion, this major scheme will encompass surveys, the construction of 28 new structures, drainage, motorway signals and communications, landscaping, traffic management and junction modification, so it’s a great chance to get involved with an all-inclusive scope of works! THE ROLE As a Lean Improvement Engineer, you will join a lean team of five tasked with the goal of challenging existing processes and implementing new and improved methods of working. Using observed and measured performance data, your ultimate aim is to enable the client to deliver the project with increased efficiency and confidence, allowing them to add value all round. In this role, you’ll be working closely with all project teams to identify waste across all areas of the business and creating, delivering and implementing improvement plans, as well as up-skilling and supporting the project teams to self-deliver their own improvement activities. If you are abreast of new and current industry thinking, are motivated and knowledgeable in lean principles and pride yourself on a job well done, this is one which is not to be missed. THE CANDIDATE To really make a difference in this role, you’ll need to have a strong understanding of lean improvement principles and techniques, and have proven practical experience of implementing techniques. A large part of your job will be liaising, supporting and working with project teams from across the business, so if you have strong communication skills and thrive on passing on your great ideas to others with care, this will be the perfect role for you. On such a massive improvement scheme, you’ll have a lot of work under your remit, so if you enjoy taking ownership of tasks and working on your own initiative, you’ll certainly have the chance to do so here! Even better, part of your job is to think outside the box and produce new and exciting improvement techniques, so this is the perfect place to put all those burning bright ideas into place! This is a fantastic opportunity to settle in long-term on this three-year project, so if you’ve been looking for that chance to sink your teeth into something special, this could be it. THE REQUIREMENTS You’re the ideal Lean Engineer for the role if you’ve got previous proven experience in a lean engineer or facilitator role, preferably on major projects, and have a strong working knowledge of all current industry techniques. You’ll also need to be able to provide solid examples in depth and be able to quantify your savings so our client knows you can cut the mustard! As for qualifications, you’ll need to be educated to degree level, be Green Belt six sigma trained and have a professional institution membership, as well as a valid CSCS as you’ll be working on site. In addition, you’ll also need a current driving licence and your own transport as you may occasionally be required to travel to other site offices throughout the scheme. If you can hold your hands up to all of these, call me today if you don’t want to miss out. SALARY * £350 per day LTD/Umbrella APPLICATION PROCESS To apply for the role, send your CV directly to me at or call me for a chat on (Apply online only)
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PEGlobal are looking for a Clinical Programmer for our multinational for our multinational bio-pharmaceutical client based in the Cambridgeshire area. Purpose • Provide SDTM technical and study level programming expertise to ensure project deliveries • Work closely with GSP Sr. staff and cross-functional team Role Description: • Execute the SDTM implementation of clinical trial data for a product or several products • Reports to Lead SDTM Implementer Responsible for: • Reviewing of study start up documents such as SAP, CRFs and programming specifications • Creating SDTM datasets and related documents for analysis and regulatory submissions Key Project Responsibilities: • Participate as a team member to develop compliant and consistent CDISC SDTM datasets, define file and reviewer’s guides on time with high quality • Promote, adhere to and comment on global and functional standards, processes and methods across all products and studies • At the study level, execute CDISC SDTM standards an the clients SDTM Controlled Terminology • Perform standardized CDISC mapping for clinical trial data • Author and/or review CDISC submission files • Execute the regular run and disposition of OPEN CDISC warnings and errors for all snapshots and SDTM audit for all pivotal snapshots • Assist in study and system audits by internal and external bodies, and assist with responses to audit questions and findings. Desired Background and skillset of the successful candidate • BA/BSc or higher degree in scientific subjects • At least 2-3 years of relevant statistical programming experience in a clinical development environment • At least 1 year of relevant experience working with SDTM • Experience working effectively in a globally dispersed team environment with cross-cultural partners • Excellent oral and written English communication skills • Good negotiation skills • Working experience creating/working with annotations on blank CRF.pdf, reviewers guide, OPEN CDISC and controlled terminology • Working experience in project management to enable deliverables done on time and to a high quality • Working experience with external Functional Service Providers (FSP) • Working experience with clinical trial data using SAS and/or SQL • Basic understanding of drug development processes and clinical trial life cycle • Working knowledge of latest CDISC SDTM IG and define standards. Basic knowledge of CDISC standards of CDASH, SEND and ADaM • Basic knowledge of regulatory submission expectations Competencies • Problem solving • Team work • Attention to detail • Scientific and technical excellence • Oral and written communication • Project management • Leadership • Innovation
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Ascentia require CPCS Telehandlers/Loading Shovel Operators to start on a project underway in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. These positions are for immediate starts working on an ongoing contract. A fantastic opportunity for candidates seeking stable employment in the area. Rate negotiable based on experience. Candidates applying must have a valid CPCS (Loading Shovel) ticket, previous experience, & be a reliable team member on the project. Shift Patterns Available (Monday - Friday): 06:00 - 14:00 07:00 - 17:00 14:00 - 22:00 A drugs & alcohol test will be undertaken prior to starting. To apply, please submit an application with your CV to this advert
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