Full-stack software engineer
- Date: 27.6.2017
- Location: Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, Lisboa, Portugal
- Employer: Champalimaud Foundation
- Job type: Full Time
- Position: Technical
- Application start: 27.6.2017
We are looking for a full-stack software engineer with proven skills in designing, managing and implementing applications to collect and analyse non-scientific and scientific data. You should have academic or professional experience in the development of front-end applications for relational databases and motivation to work in a research environment. You should also have a strong desire to constantly learn and innovate as your work will support cutting-edge research at the Champalimaud Foundation.
The full-stack software engineer will design, develop and deploy tools for structuring data and support the Champalimaud Research Unit work processes. The full-stack software engineer will report to the Champalimaud Research Directors and work in close conjunction with the administratives units and researchers. The responsibilities will include a broad range of tasks like:
´ Continue the development and support of existing data structures;
´ Master and improve the business processes in the Champalimaud Research Unit;
´ Interact with the Champalimaud internal clients, and actively look for their needs and ways of improving their work;
´ Design and develop software tools to support the collection, storage and analysis of large complex data sets including verifying data integrity, web based monitoring and management;
´ Support the deployment of open source software tools for scientific and IT infrastructures including finding and fixing critical bugs and implementing new features;
´ Interact with internal clients on all levels to help solve IT-related issues and provide answers in a timely manner;
Skills \ Qualifications
“ Experience with analysis and development of relational databases applications;
“ Experience in at least one of the following languages: Python, C# or Java;
“ Experience with web technologies;
“ Motivation, willingness and ability to learn new software and technologies quickly;
“ Proven experience in databases design and architecture;
“ Multi tasking ability while consistently remaining approachable to researchers;
“ Understanding of modern development life cycle tools such as versioning systems, quality control and unit testing, software deployment and user support
(documentation, bug-tracking, feature request management, etc);
“ Good communications skills;
“ Proficiency in the Microsoft, Linux, and Mac OS platforms;
“ Previous experience in an academic environment is highly desirable.
“ Knowledge and experience in machine learning is highly desirable.
“ Professional experience in software and databases development will be a plus;
How to apply
Please send us a brief letter of motivation and CV, both in English, to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Full-stack Jul2017 [ your last name ]” in the subject line.
Selected applicants may be called for an interview. You must be willing to relocate to Lisbon, Portugal and start within 7 weeks after your interview. Position will remain open until filled. Due a usually high volume of applications, you should not expect to hear from us within the first two weeks following your application.
Position will remain open until filled.
About Champalimaud Research
Research is at the heart of the Champalimaud Foundation. We believe in the power of scientific discovery to help advance knowledge and develop solutions to challenging medical problems. At Champalimaud Research, scientists and clinicians collaborate daily in areas ranging from basic science to patient care. We have grown significantly since 2007 and we wish to mature as a hub where some of the top minds meet to exchange ideas and give to society. At the core of Champalimaud Research, the Champalimaud Neuroscience Programme (CNP) and the Programme in the Biology of Systems and Metastasis (BSM) provide a home to an expansive and dynamic team of nearly 300 dedicated researchers from all over the world. We are expanding and we need your help.