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If you don’t see the right open position posted on our website, consider whether you would be a good fit for positions we are likely to have open in the future.

  • Is contributing to the public good, through either civic tech or the advancement of science and health, a priority for you? 
  • Do your friends and colleagues describe you as smart and intellectually curious?
  • Do you want to dig into a new position with passion but still have a real work–life balance?
  • Do you have high standards for quality and integrity and a commitment to meeting the needs of clients and the public?
  • Do you yearn to work with talented, like-minded colleagues and other experts invested in meeting shared goals?

If this sounds like you, you might fit right in with us. Here are some examples of the positions we open most frequently and the degrees required:

  • Sciences: Computational biologist, biomedical informatics analyst, scientific data curator, data science outreach specialist, data wrangler, genetic counselor.
    These positions most often require a doctorate or a master’s degree in molecular or cell biology, microbiology, biochemistry, genetics, biotechnology, computational biology and bioinformatics, or a related field.
  • Technology: Project manager, product manager, Scrum master, SharePoint administrator, change management specialist, technical writer, operations manager.
    These positions most often require a bachelor’s degree.
  • Digital publishing and library science: Content specialist, journal specialist, online production editor.  
    These positions most often require a bachelor’s or master’s degree, sometimes in library science.

The specific requirements for experience and certifications vary by position.

Read on for more information about Computercraft, and check out our website at https://computercraft-usa.com/. If you would like to be considered for a future position, apply now or check in with our Careers page periodically.

What We Do

Computercraft, an American Indian– and Woman-owned small business, provides the public with user-friendly access to reliable and current genetic sequence, genomics, chemical, and scientific information. Our technical and scientific staff work with customers to build and refine high-profile information resources that get accurate health and biomedical research data into the hands of researchers and other stakeholders all over the globe, helping them solve our world’s greatest health challenges. In some of our other work, we provide program management support and health communication and outreach that directly and indirectly facilitate and sustain our nation’s public health efforts.

Computercraft offers an excellent benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, and disability and life insurance; a 401(k) plan with matching; paid leave starting at 128 hours/year for the first 3 years of employment; and 11 paid holidays. We also offer the opportunity for a positive work–life balance with a standard 40-hour work week and the chance to work alongside a team of highly accomplished professionals.

To learn about other Computercraft job opportunities, please visit the Careers section of our website: https://www.computercraft-usa.com/.

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