Axle Informatics is looking for a quick learning, detail-oriented student to be the next intern in a high-performing, fast-paced IT department at an amazing company.
Axle Informatics is a bioinformatics and information technology company that offers innovative informatics, technology services, and enterprise solutions to research centers and healthcare organizations around the globe. With experts in bioinformatics, software engineering, and program management, we focus on developing and applying informatics tools and techniques to empower decision-making and accelerate the discovery in translational research.
We work with some of the top research organizations and facilities in the country including multiple institutes at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). We are looking for a candidate to support the many ongoing projects within the NIH
Position’s Main Objective
Within the NIH, the number of independent laboratories and core facilities continue to grow at a staggering rate. As labs grow larger and take on more projects and clients, the demand for a platform capable of supporting their initiatives becomes very important. In order to meet this ever-increasing demand, we provide a reliable platform that is capable of managing the labs growth, as well as the large data sets that they process.
During this internship, you will work with developers to gain an in-depth understanding of the framework and services that are the underlying engine behind the platform. By working with internal teams, you will gain comprehensive technical information and translate that into manuals, knowledge based articles and diagrams for technical and non-technical audiences.
The diversity of Axle’s employees is a tremendous asset. We are firmly committed to providing equal opportunity in all aspects of employment and will not tolerate any illegal discrimination or harassment based age, race, gender, religion, national origin, disability, marital status, covered veteran status, sexual orientation, status with respect to public assistance, and other characteristics protected under state, federal, or local law and to deter those who aid, abet, or induce discrimination or coerce others to discriminate.