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Research Assistant 2, Proteomics

The Research Assistant 2 – Proteomics works under supervision and performs experiments by following established laboratory procedures.

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Assistant Bioinformatics Coordinator, Software Development

The Assistant Bioinformatics Coordinator provides supervisory and technical support to the Bioinformatics group of the Genome Sequence Centre (GSC). Ensures that the day-to-day activities of a large scale, high throughput facility meet research, data analysis throughput and software development objectives.

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Manager, Employee Relations, GSC

Manager, Employee Relations (ER) is a key member of the Management and Administration Group (MAG) core for the BC Cancer Genome Sciences Centre (GSC), providing leadership and guidance in the establishment and operation of employee resources, services, and systems for the GSC. Leads in the provision of employee services, working collaboratively with BC Cancer/PHSA Human Resources to support organizational initiatives and projects, aligning those with the policies, standards, and objectives of PHSA and the GSC.

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Research Programmer – Microservice Developer

The Michael Smith Genome Science Centre of BC Cancer is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated Research Programmer to work on the next generation of our federated genome data sharing platform, CanDIG ( The project was originally based on the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health framework and now connects the lead sequencing institutions in Canada. The position is within Dr. Jones group therefore successful candidate will have the opportunity to get insights on Personalized OncoGenomics (POG) program and other precision medicine initiatives. This requires a combination of interest in DNA technology and strong background in software development.

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Post-doctoral Fellow in the proteomic discovery of immunotherapy

The Genome Sciences Centre within the BC Cancer Research Centre, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada has an opening for a post-doctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Gregg Morin to work on a project involving the discovery and development of pediatric cancer surfaceome immunotherapeutic targets.

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Research Associate, Precision Genomics for Cancer

The Genome Sciences Centre is seeking a temporary full time Research Associate to work on cancer genomics projects to develop clinical assays for (1) Lymphoid cancers and (2) cancer monitoring and detection using blood samples (aka liquid biopsy). The successful applicant will work in a team to develop high-throughput, clinically accredited pipelines to aid in identifying pathogenic alterations in cancer. This project involves the development of new assays for cancer patients with the goal of individualized patient management.

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Research Associate

The Research Associate provides laboratory support for our antimicrobial peptide discovery research arm at the Genome Sciences Centre. The successful applicant will work in the laboratory to test the therapeutic candidacy of novel compounds while also working independently in a cross-disciplinary environment and participating as a project team member on specific genome research projects, including to help develop laboratory protocols.

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Staff Scientist 2

The Holt Laboratory at BC Cancer is looking for a qualified candidate to aid in the preclinical and clinical development of novel cancer vaccines and cellular immunotherapies. The candidate will work with local, national and international partners, collaborators and service providers in academia, industry, government and not-for-profit organizations.

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Research Programmer (Web Development)

BC Cancer’s Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre (GSC) in collaboration with other labs across Canada is developing clinical NGS test for lymphoma. The GSC is seeking a Research Programmer interested in working with a multi-disciplinary clinical and academic team specializing in molecular diagnostics. The incumbent will develop web-based applications and design databases to be used for data analysis and reporting results to clinicians. Applicants must be comfortable doing both backend and front end work, with some knowledge of Linux server maintenance.

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