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Partner Portal Development Lead

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Recruiter: The Wellcome Sanger Institute
Listed on: 23rd December 2019
Location: CB10 1SA
Salary/Rate: Circa £75k
Salary Notes: Circa £75k
Type: Permanent

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The Opportunity:
We have an excellent opportunity for a Partner Portal Development Lead for our MalariaGen project, part of the Parasites and Microbes Team at the Sanger Institute, one of the premier centre of genomic discovery and understanding in the world.
About the Project:
The team was recently awarded funding by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation with the primary outcome of malaria control programs and policymakers using genetic data, integrated with epidemiological data, to make more informed decisions. To achieve this outcome we need to operationalise our leading malaria genomics research to create a set of open software products that underpin a surveillance service generating curated malaria genetic, epidemiological data in near real time.
Our work to date has prototyped all of the necessary tools to develop an initial set of pipelines and analysis tools that create both curated analysis ready genetic data and curated analysis ready epidemiology data.  However, to enable operation at scale, these tools need to be re-engineered to professional commercial software standards.
About the Role:
The Partner Portal Development Lead will work in close collaboration with the MalariaGEN Product Manager and the leadership team to develop a portal that: enables partners to register, track and receive results from genetic samples; enables open data to be published in ways that are relevant to global  research and public health communities and support the building of an international MalariaGEN community.
You will be responsible for developing and maintaining a detailed system, data and technology architecture, managing a £2.5 million budget, developing a strategy in line with the project aims, working in partnership with various internal and external stakeholders. This role will require leading a small team (2 people). The most complex aspect of this role will be to support a broad range of stakeholders who are interested in different information and services ensuring that communication clear and to disseminate information appropriately.
About You:
You will have significant experience in designing and building client facing, multi-stakeholder, data driven, web- based portals for enabling transactional and community development contact. You will be a strategic thinker with a track record of delivery results quickly.. You will possess excellent interpersonal skills and  have the ability to work in a frequently changing environment with the capability to interpret management information to amend plans.
Essential Skills:


Significant experience in designing and building client facing, multi-stakeholder, data driven, web based portals for enabling transactional and community development content 
Experience of developing software for deployment in cloud environments 
Experience of managing a team and coaching and developing staff 
Exceptional interpersonal skills 
Track record of delivering results quickly 
Experience with Agile development methods 
Experience with facilitating teams to identify process improvement and celebrate great team working. 
Ability to quickly understand scientific, technical and process challenges and break down complex problems into actionable steps 
Ability to work in a frequently changing environment with the capability to interpret management information to amend plans 
 Ability to prioritise, manage workload, and deliver agreed activities consistently on time 
Strategic thinking, ability to see the ‘bigger picture' 

Ideal Skills:

Significant experience in establishing and leading teams through periods of major change 
Understanding of public health organisations and disease control in LMICs 

Other Information:
To be considered for this role, please submit your CV and cover letter, detailing your experience and how you meet the criteria for this role.
Relocation and Visa Sponsorship are available.
Closing Date: 20th January 2020