Work with us

NBIS is a nationally distributed organisation, offering work opportunities in Lund, Gothenburg, Linköping, Stockholm, Uppsala and Umeå. Specialists in several different areas are engaged in providing bioinformatics support, resources and infrastructure to researchers in life sciences. Our specialists also participates in NBIS training activities, providing expertise to our extensive course catalogue. See examples of common roles and the currently available positions.

Common roles

Bioinformatician

As part of the collaborative community of NBIS bioinformaticians, you will design and perform advanced bioinformatics analyses in exciting collaborations with Swedish researchers from a wide array of life science disciplines.

Systems developer

With us, you'll be working with agile development of software solutions and with user interfaces unique to the field of bioinformatics.

Data steward

As a Data Steward you will work closely with, and guide research groups regarding Data Management Plans, and support researchers with metadata management and data curation for data publishing.

Application expert

You will develop and maintain the digital research environment on nationally funded computer systems, and provide technical support and training to users.

Bioimaging informatician

As a bioimage informatician you will design and perform advanced bioimage analyses in exciting collaborations with Swedish researchers from a wide array of life science disciplines. You will focus on using traditional image analysis and state-of-the-art algorithms in computer vision and machine learning, including Deep Learning, in the life science field. You will be part of the open source bioimage informatics community and the community of NBIS with expertise in FAIR data handling, cluster compute resources, and supporting training.

Open positions

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1-2 Data Stewards with focus on human data management 2024-03-06
Service development and operations engineer at AIDA Data Hub 2024-03-19
Staff Scientist: Bioinformatician in Epidemiology and Biology of Infections 2024-03-31