The Oxford e-Research Centre is looking for a new research software engineer to work on a range of life science and biomedical projects, including the ELIXIR project.
Successful candidates will have experience in Java, Python, web application development, databases and the semantic web. They are also expected to have in-depth knowledge of XML, XSD, CSS and AJAX, and be able to work in a wide range of software environments. A knowledge of agile programming methods and design packages is also highly desirable.
Other essential skills include the ability to manage and monitor several projects at once, report writing and maintaining links with colleagues located from across the world.
Finally, candidates must have either a degree in computer science or bioinformatics. The deadline for the post is at 12.00pm, January 19th 2015. For further details and to apply, please…Continue Reading