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Opportunity: Scientific Software Engineer @ New York Genome Center -- New York, NY (US)
Submitted by Guevara Rowand; posted on Wednesday, August 29, 2012
NYGC is hiring two software engineers, one to work on computational pipelines for data analysis, the other to work on scientific data visualization.

The incumbent will support our rapidly expanding informatics division. The ideal candidate will be a pragmatic team player with experience developing and supporting software for scientific applications, focused on computational pipelines for data analysis or on scientific data visualization.

* BS in Computer Science, computer engineering, or related field plus five years related experience; master's degree plus two years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience
* Software engineering experience, preferably supporting in data analysis and automation or data visualization in the life sciences
* Demonstrated project management skills and ability to produce readable, documented code
* Proficiency in Python (Numpy, Scipy, Cython), Unix shell scripting and GNU tools
* Proficiency in Java and/or C++
* Experience with relational (e.g., mySQL, PostgreSQL) or NoSQL databases (e.g., CouchDB, Couchbase)
* Experience with version control and source code management systems (e.g.,GIT)
* Familiarity with batch scheduled high throughput computing using queuing systems (e.g., SGE or LSF)
* Experience with working with the LAMP stack
* Experience with scientific data visualization tools
* Effective written and oral communication skills

New York, NY

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