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[X-plor] Three job openings for software engineers or scientific programmers at PDBe

Gerard DVD Kleywegt via x-plor%40net.bio.net (by gerard from xray.bmc.uu.se)
Wed Jun 16 11:50:05 EST 2010

The Protein Data Bank in Europe has *three* openings for software engineers or 
scientific programmers (one-year contracts):

(1) The PDBe Team has an opening for a software engineer or scientific 
programmer to work in the NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) project. The post 
holder will work with an international team developing joint PDB and BMRB 
deposition and annotation software in relation to deposition of CCPN projects. 
(S)he will also be involved in harvesting, systematisation, visualisation 
and/or analysis of structural NMR data such as RDCs. See: 

(2) The PDBe Team has an opening for a scientific programmer to work on the 
Electron Microscopy Data Bank (EMDB; www.ebi.ac.uk/pdbe/emdb) project. The 
goal of this project is to improve the usefulness of EMDB to the EM community 
by providing better tools for the analysis and visualisation of complex image 
data sets and for the assessment of image quality. The post-holder is expected 
to contribute to the design and implementation of software components and 
algorithms, in close collaboration with the international project team and 
other stake-holders, in particular experimental EM groups in EMBL and 
elsewhere. See: 

(3) The PDBe Team has an opening for a scientific programmer/software engineer 
with extensive experience in both the programming languages Java/jsp and C++. 
The post holder will liaise with both IT and scientific staff. In particular, 
(s)he will be tasked with the maintenance (including bug fixes and weekly 
database updates) and development of three of the team's most advanced and 
successful services - PDBeFold, PDBePisa and PDBeMotif. See: 

The Protein Data Bank in Europe (PDBe) Team (pdbe.org) is a founding member of 
the worldwide Protein Data Bank organisation (wwwPDB; wwwpdb.org), which 
maintains the global archive of structural data on biomacromolecules. The PDBe 
Team also maintains a number of databases that support deposition and advanced 
search services for structural biologists and the wider scientific community. 
The Team consists of an international and inter-disciplinary mix of 
professionals (scientists, software engineers, and database engineers).


Gerard J. Kleywegt, PDBe, EMBL-EBI, Hinxton, UK
gerard from ebi.ac.uk ..................... pdbe.org
Secretary: Pauline Haslam  pdbe_admin from ebi.ac.uk

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