[Eecs-news-links] Software Developer needed @ OHSU (Portland, OR)

Batten, Tina tina.batten at oregonstate.edu
Wed Apr 17 16:14:04 PDT 2019


From: Matt Viehdorfer <viehdorf at ohsu.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 11:31 AM
To: Batten, Tina
Subject: OHSU CS Job Posting

Hi Tina,
My name is Matt Viehdorfer. I'm an alumnus of OSU's CS program and have been working at OHSU for the last few years. My team currently has an open fulltime software developer position and I was hoping you could please circulate the description below my signature to folks who might be interested?

Instructions on how to apply are below, though if people have questions they can also contact Patrick Leyshock at leyshock at ohsu.edu<mailto:leyshock at ohsu.edu>.

Any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

Thanks,
Matt

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Functions/Duties of Position:  The Computational Biology Program at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU), Portland, OR is committed to leading the development of next-generation patient care through discoveries made by analytics, enabled by values of open access data, open source code, highly collaborative team science, and professional software engineering methodologies.

Critical to achieving this mission, as a software developer, you will specialize in genomic, imaging, and clinical analysis applications, leveraging your talents to change the world in the fight against disease.  You are: passionate about open-source software and transparent sharing of information, enthusiastic about working in a team that finds quantitative insights in complex data and develops interactive tools to enable clinicians and researchers to understand cancer or other diseases, experienced in thinking analytically and developing software tool and an organized self-starter who enjoys creative freedom in solving computational challenges.
Responsibilities:
** Develop and extend analytics and data management applications to facilitate management and analysis of genomics, clinical, and imaging data
** Establish and maintain standards for structured software & systems engineering, including requirements, design, code, test, quality, configuration & release management and project management

Required Qualifications:
** Bachelor's degree with major courses in field of research
** 1 to 3 years of experience
** At least 6 months in a collaborative team work environment
** Advanced skills in multiple high level programming languages, preferably Python, JavaScript, and SQL
** Experience in professional software development techniques
** Bug and issue tracking systems
** Distributed source code management systems
** Strong ability to initiate and collaboratively drive projects as a dedicated and passionate member of a diverse non-hierarchical team
** Critical thinker, with willingness and ability to learn new subject areas
** Ability to effectively translate and convey expertise across domains
** Excellent communication, analytical and organizational skills, both written and verbal
** Collaborative approach to resolving problems

Preferred Qualifications:
** Computing experience in a Unix/Linux environment
** Experience with React and Victory
** Experience with relational databases
** Experience developing multi-tier web applications
** A passion for developing web services for science applications, including:
**** Distributed workflow execution and data processing
**** UI design for data exploration and visualization
**** Hands-on DevOps experience for scientific computing environments
** Experience in a professional, team-oriented software development techniques such as:
**** Use of bug and issue tracking systems
**** Use of distributed source code management systems
**** Writing unit tests
**** Use of continuous integration systems

How to Apply:
1.  Go to the OHSU job site (https://www.ohsu.edu/human-resources/ohsu-careers) and click "Find a Job" in the lefthand menu.
2.  Search for "IRC76520"


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