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From: Andres Varon <avaron@g...>
Subject: Ocaml Programmer Position
Hello OCAML-list members,

The American Museum of Natural History (www.amnh.org <http://www.amnh.org>) 
seeks to fill several positions 
at various levels for a two-year project for application and systems 
development for the 
study of emerging infectious disease. One position (the first in the list), 
is for an 
Ocaml programmer which (I hope), might be of direct interest for some of 
you. The 
others are CS related, so I'm leaving them as these could be of your 
interest too.

Programmer: Computer Science or engineering BS or MS degree, with at least 3 
years of 
experience in scientific computation. Knowledge of at least one functional 
language 
(ML, Lisp, Haskell) is required, preferably Ocaml or ML and the C language. 
Experience
in parallel computing desirable. Experience in UNIX/LINUX environments 
necessary. 

Algorithm Scientist: Ph.D. in computational science to perform research and 
implementation of algorithms for full-genome phylogenetic and biogeographic 
analysis. 
Experience in algorithm design , especially combinatorial optimization 
problems 
crucial. Experience in string and parallel algorithms, and computational 
biology, 
desired. Programming skills for prototyping necessary. 

Systems Scientist: Ph.D. in computational science to perform R&D of a 
computational 
system to integrate results of whole genome phylogenetic analysis with 
geographic and 
phenotypic data. Experience in data modeling and development of middleware 
and user 
interfaces for large-scale data management across diverse research sites is 
crucial. 
Experience in geographic information systems important, programming skills 
in Java 
preferred. 

Systems Manager: Ph.D. with five years experience in scientific computing, 
hardware, 
and software maintenance. Strategic planning, specification and purchasing 
of 
hardware, grant writing, training of personnel are key skills. 

For more information, please contact Ward Wheeler, wheeler@amnh.org

Best,

Andres Varon
Computer Science Department
Graduate Center, City University of New York
365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY
and
Invertebrate Zoology Division
American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West @ 79th, New York, NY
(212) 769 5639