Vacancy: University of Oxford wants a 'Chaste' programmer

Posted by a.hay on 19 August 2014 - 5:00pm

The University of Oxford's Department of Computer Science has announced a new vacancy for a programmer to work on a major life sciences project.

The successful applicant will work on the Cancer, Heart and Soft Tissue Environment, or Chaste, a general purpose package aimed at solving complex problems in biology and physiology research.

Their duties will include finding the best way to help external users both install the software and provide feedback more easily.

Candidates should have experience in cross-platform C++ programming and build frameworks, as well as Git version control, continuous integration environments, and both Windows development environments and tools. They will also be expected to work effectively both on their own and with other colleagues as their duties require.

The post is fixed term and for nine months, though applicants who wish to work on a part-time and flexible basis are also welcome to apply. The salary for the position will be at Grade 7, or between £30,434 and £37,394 p.a., and with a discretionary range of up to £40,847 p.a.

For further details and to apply for the position, please visit the main University of Oxford recruitment page. Applicants are also advised that they will undergo pre-employment screening as standard and that the deadline for applications is at 12.00pm on September 15th 2014.