Code the next big thing in science
A career at EMBL-EBI allows you to explore new ideas and technologies, and to collaborate with people with very different professional backgrounds.
Working with us gives you access to a very wide range of skills, expertise and knowledge, and an opportunity to put your energy into solving important problems. Our IT professionals work hand-in-glove with scientists and engineers to find for healthcare, agriculture and the environment by maximising the value of life-science research data.
正规365体育投注Based on the Wellcome Genome Campus in the Cambridge biotech cluster, we offer outstanding technical infrastructure and a supportive, family-friendly working environment.
We host the world’s most comprehensive range of freely available . Our services make it easier to share data, perform complex queries and make sense of big data. Users can work locally by downloading our data and software, or use our web services for programmatic access. serves millions of researchers in research institutes, universities and companies who are working to find solutions to some of society's most pressing challenges.
Our response to the COVID-19 pandemic
While the physical EMBL-EBI site is closed, our staff continue to work from home to maintain the data resources and analysis tools we provide to the scientific community. We have also produced a number of resources to help tackle COVID-19:
EMBL-EBI services are freely available, 24/7, from data centres equipped to host 300+ Petabytes of data. There are over 62 million requests to our websites every day. The technologies we develop and supply are sophisticated and change rapidly. We take a collaborative approach to development, with an emphasis on using open-source technologies whenever possible.
Generous annual leave allowance
Competitive salary and allowances
Private comprehensive health insurance
Exceptional technical infrastructure
Child sick leave days
Free shuttle bus to campus
Subsidised cafeteria on campus
Collegial, supportive working environment
Subsidised gym on campus