Computercraft is seeking a genetic counselor or geneticist with clinical genetics and pharmacogenetics experience. This individual will advance the suite of medical genetics resources at the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), champion NCBI’s Medical Genetics and Human Variation Program, and facilitate data-sharing efforts for clinicians and researchers in the medical genetics community.
NCBI, part of the National Institutes of Health, has developed and maintains a suite of freely available, comprehensive, and authoritative online resources that help clinicians investigate, diagnose, and manage inherited phenotypes. They also facilitate the adoption of precision medicine in clinical practice. These resources aggregate data that have been curated by a team of geneticists and biologists as well as integrated from authoritative sources through automated workflows.
Genetic counselors and other clinicians use these tools to investigate patients’ genetic conditions, identify reliable genetic tests for making a diagnosis, research the genetic variants associated with phenotypes, and investigate whether pharmacogenetics need to be evaluated before starting therapy. These tools also include clinical guidelines, information on therapeutic approaches, and support for consumers.
Additional Salary Information: Computercraft offers a competitive salary, an excellent benefits package, the opportunity for a positive work–life balance with a standard 40-hour work week, and the chance to work alongside a team of highly accomplished professionals.
Internal Number: MGC1119
Computercraft, an American Indian– and Woman-owned small business established in 1981, provides the public with user-friendly access to reliable and current genetic sequence, genomic, chemical, and scientific information. Our technical and scientific staff work with customers to build and refine high-profile information resources that get accurate health and biomedical research data into the hands of researchers and other stakeholders all over the globe, helping them solve our world’s greatest health challenges.