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Lancaster Medical School are looking to appoint a Research Associate with experience in agent-based modelling (ABM) to join the DRUM: Drivers of antimicrobial Resistance in Uganda and Malawi Consortium, a £3M programme funded by the MRC.

Deadline to apply is 31st December 2018. 

Stencila, an open-source and open research focused company is hiring! They are looking for Product Designer and Software Engineer (Frontend). Both positions are full-time and remote-friendly. Stencila, a successful receiver of two Sloan Foundation grants, aims to lower the barriers to reproducible research and enable collaboration between researchers with different levels of technical expertise.

Imperial College London are recruiting a Senior RSE to join the Research Computing Service.

Are you excited by open source and open science? Successful applicants will be helping us create open source tools to visualise and analyse complex open biological data in creative and user friendly ways. InterMine are looking for a Research Software Engineer to join their vibrant team at the University of Cambridge. This is a great opportunity especially for someone who would like to learn Clojure and functional programming. 
The UCL Research Software Development Group are looking for a Research Software Engineer to join their team of 11 RSEs. Applications must be submitted by 14th October 2018. This position is permanent but subject to the availability of continued funding sourced from appropriate research collaborations, and is funded for two years in the first instance, with salary negotiable up to £46,359. On this occasion, candidates interested in a part-time position are also welcomed to apply.

Imperial College’s Research Computing Service are recruiting a developer to join as a Research Software Engineer (RSE). The successful applicant will be collaborating with leading researchers across the College, using appropriate technology to solve a diverse range of meaningful challenges.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone to work employed by the University of Cambridge but embedded in a startup nearby in Cambridge. Accepted candidates would be working on InterMine (an open source biological data warehouse) and would be working towards identifying cancer drug targets. The key objective of this role is to develop an analysis platform using the data warehouse InterMine to help STORM advance their cancer research. The KTP program aims to develop future business leaders and thus offers excellent training (dedicated annual budget), supervision and mentoring.

Research Associate: Harnessing Emerging Hardware Architectures in Kinetic Monte-Carlo Simulations (Ref: 1712391)

UCL is looking for an experienced and motivated post-doctoral researcher to develop innovative methods and algorithms for kinetic Monte-Carlo (KMC) simulations of reactions on catalytic

The University of Cambridge is seeking a Co-ordinator for two Synthetic Biology research initiatives at the University of Cambridge. OpenPlant and the SynBio SRI both promote i) interdisciplinary research between engineering, physics, biology and social sciences; ii) development of open and open source technologies for biology including software, hardware and genetic tools; iii) responsible research and innovation. The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant field and knowledge of Synthetic Biology research, policy and practice. 

Synthace is looking for a software engineer to continue developing and scaling their products and infrastructure. 

Apply via the Synthace careers website.

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