Caltech is hiring an experienced software development engineer to work on integration of advanced networking concepts with the scientific data and workflow management in the CMS experiment at CERN. The position is expected to be based at CERN, Geneva, Switzerland.
More information and details on how to apply. Deadline: open Until Filled.
The e-bioinfra system engineer deploys, maintains and supports the distributed computing services at the e-bioscience group of the AMC, as well as participates in research and development that leads to further extension of these services. The services operate under the name of “e-bioinfra platform”, which currently includes a web portal (science gateway) and its underlying components (workflow, data and provenance management, security, etc.). The e-bioinfra system engineer will develop deep knowledge of the systems layer of the e-bioinfra platform, in particular the interfaces with various distributed infrastructures (grid, clusters and cloud). He/She interacts with other members of the e-bioscience team at the AMC, who develop high-level services, and with external parties, who provide basic technology or resources that are used by the e-bioinfra services. The engineer has the fundamental role of extending, maintaining and supporting the various services and users of the e-bioinfra platform, providing a natural link between technology and people in the AMC e-science environment. The engineer ideally has strong analytical skills as he/she will be working with many and complex black-box type of software technologies with unclear relationships.
contract: full time (36h/week), one-year, salary EUR 2.360,00-3.960,00 depending on experience
location: Academic Medical Center of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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