The Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI) is the Australian grape and wine industry’s own research organisation. It supports a sustainable and successful grape and wine industry through world class research, practical solutions and knowledge transfer. The culture at the AWRI is professional, innovative and sets high standards. As part of these standards the AWRI offers favourable working conditions and an environment conducive to success. The AWRI has strong links with the wine industry and other research organisations both nationally and internationally and provides a stimulating and challenging environment.
Applications are invited for the position of Research Bioinformatician within the South Australian Metabolomics Facility at the AWRI. The position will provide bioinformatics support in computational metabolomics and data management, contribute to development and implementation of new methods and workflows, and assist with service delivery to research and industry clients.
The ideal candidate will have a PhD, a BSc or MSc and will be technically proficient in bioinformatics or computational metabolomics, have experience with at least one programming language (e.g. R) and have sound knowledge of statistical tools and methods.
Experience with Linux systems administration, Microsoft operating systems and application administration, mass spectrometry platforms and/or analysis of volatile/non-volatile metabolites is desirable.
Applications should be completed via the online application form by Friday 27 October 2017. Only applications that are completed via the online application form will be accepted.