Norwich-based life sciences research body The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) today announced a vacancy for the post of Linux & Virtualisation Technical Training Officer.
The post will require the successful applicants to run TGAC's training programme, manage its IT systems and maintain its series of live and recorded webinars.
Applicants will need to be experts in Linux, virtualisation hypervisors, server hardware and backups. They will also have excellent general communications skills, be well versed in customer service and, naturally, be skilled trainers who are able to explain advanced concepts to new users.
Other skills that would be useful to the post include experience in audio and visual technology, comprehensive trouble shooting skills and report writing.
TGAC is a Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council-funded institute based at the world famous Norwich Research Park (NRP). TGAC’s aim is to develop and enhance methods of DNA sequencing in collaboration with other organisations from across the world. TGAC is also earmarked a share of the recent £26 million injection of cash awarded to the NRP to further develop its work and infrastructure.
For more details and to apply for the post, a full description is available on the TGAC website. The deadline for applications is 28 February 2014.