Department: Department Of Health And Human Services
Agency: National Institutes of Health
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The NIH is the premier biomedical research center for the world. Its 27 Institutes and Centers employ approximately 18,000 employees doing a vast array of jobs, all supporting efforts for a healthy nation. For information on the NIH mission, goals, and Institutes and Centers, visit NIH Overview.
Multiple positions are available at the National Library of Medicine.
If you want to play an instrumental role in a dynamic organization and have experience planning, designing and evaluating biomedical research computer systems, consider joining the National Library of Medicine's Office of Computer and Communications Systems (OCCS). For more information about NLM, visit http://www.nlm.nih.gov/.
The Office of Computer and Communications Systems has computer scientist positions available in the E-Health Information Support Section of the Applications Branch and the Medical Language Branch.
The E-Health Information Support Section is responsible for planning, researching, designing, deploying, operating, and maintaining state of the art online health information applications to support the National Library of Medicine's mission and plans. An individual hired in this position will lead project teams relating to the design and development of software for the creation, integration, production and quality assurance of biomedical terminology and products.
The Medical Language Branch is responsible for applying techniques of computer and information science to problems in the representation, retrieval and manipulation of biomedical knowledge and information. An individual hired in this position will lead project teams designing, developing and coordinating the implementation of sophisticated research computing resources and information technology initiatives.
- U.S. Citizenship requirement met by closing date.
- Position is subject to a background investigation.