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Subject: Application & Database Developer for Toxicology Projects

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Immediate Opening! Application & Database Developer for Toxicology Projects
EPA Research Triangle Park – Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina

Recent computer programming grads with an interest in chemistry/biology
we’re looking at you! Get some real world experience in this unique
Application and Database Developer job at the EPA facility in Research
Triangle Park, N.C. In this multidisciplinary position, you’ll be helping
to develop computational tools and solutions for several toxicology projects,
with the goal of improving environmental risk and chemical safety. Tasks will
include creating new applications and scripts for databases, maintaining
existing codes for databases, and developing new databases to create the
foundation for a comprehensive chemical sample tracking database used in EPA
Computational Toxicology programs.

Qualifications include: A Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, computer
science/engineering, bioinformatics, biology, statistics, computational
biology, math, physics, information sciences, or a related discipline.
Necessary skills include education and experience in database concepts and
programming, leadership skills, strong written, oral and electronic
communication skills, and the ability to work with a team. It is also
preferable if the applicant has an advanced proficiency of Microsoft Office
Applications and desktop publishing, and experience with Linux operating
systems, basic software development, and database development.

The position is expected to begin in April 2015. Apply today!  For more
information, and to access the application, visit our website:
www.orau.org/epa. Questions? Email [log in to unmask] To hear more about
position openings like this, follow us on Twitter at @GovInternships.


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