OHSU is looking for a Data Wrangler in Portland, OR. The post states, "The Data Wrangler serves as a member of the OHSU Library Ontology Development Group. This position works in the context of the Monarch project to develop a research platform in support of investigations of phenotype-genotype correlations across species. The Data Wrangler will work with ontologists and bioinformaticians at OHSU and consortium sites to design and implement tools and strategies for semantically mapping and manipulating data."
Qualifications for the position include: "Master’s degree with major courses in relevant field or; Bachelor's degree with major courses in field of research plus 4 additional years related experience. 3 years of relevant work experience. Ability to perform research and make independent decisions about approaches and tools to reach specific goals. Experience with semantically annotated data. Experience with Software Project Management tools (Jira, Confluence, SVN, Git). Hands-on experience with one or more scripting languages (e.g. Perl, Python, Ruby, Bash). Experience developing and evaluating data curation workflows. Experience developing ontologies and data models. Experience in developing Extract Transform Load (ETL) scripts. Knowledge of SPARQL, RDF, OWL. Experience in bioinformatics. Experience in end-user usability for bioinformatics platforms."
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