An excellent opportunity to use your software development skills in a world-class research institute environment is now open for a graduate developer or a developer with equivalent experience. In this role, you will join a small team of developers and a bioinformatics apprentice.
We work flexibly to develop and maintain long term relationships with our laboratory partners, who create the demand for new software to support a range of tools in cellular technologies. Some of our code can be viewed on our GitHub repository.
There is ample opportunity to explore the contemporary computing environment available at the Sanger Institute, including a Linux compute farm, flexible compute system (hosted by internal cloud infrastructure) providing interested developers with Dev Ops experience. We use advanced GPU devices as well as the usual desktop systems and open source developer tools.
We work in a team-oriented manner taking the best from Agile practices as we deliver and maintain software in short iterations while maintaining frequent conversations with users. We aren’t afraid of rapid change in our tools to keep up with fast-paced evolution of research protocols.
You should expect your essential programming skills to be tested during the interview process. The interview will focus to some extent on discussion of your coding tests.
To be considered for this position, please include a CV and cover letter, outlining your experience and how you meet the essential criteria for the role.
Closing date: 23 March 2020
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