We’re hiring. You want to do web architecture development in support of a project essential to basic biomedical research.
The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research seeks an agile and adaptable software engineer with a broad skill set and an interest in applying it to scientific problems. You will assist the team in designing and implementing a scalable architecture and web interface to a vast array of biological data supporting a global community of researchers. This position will be based in Toronto, ON, Canada.
We’re looking for someone excited about science, computers, and technology. You’re comfortable working with big data and moving information between formats, systems, and platforms. You are passionate about trending technology and social media and how they might enhance the scientific process. You can work within the constraints of legacy systems when required and in proposing and evaluating new alternatives when warranted. In the past, you’ve confronted issues related to scalability and data management and have created demonstrable solutions resolving them.
We’re a small, dedicated, distributed team. You should work well independently, and be receptive to exchanging ideas via IM, Google Hangouts, Skype, social media outlets, conference calls, and email threads. In short, excellent communication skills are assumed.
Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Biology or related field with a minimum of three years experience. On the upper end, a Masters or PhD with 3-5 years suitable experience.
Please send resumes and vitaes to firstname.lastname@example.org.