Cytoscape Cyberinfrastructure Developer

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POST DATE 9/10/2016
END DATE 10/11/2016

UC San Diego La Jolla, CA

Company
UC San Diego
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
360781
AJE Ref #
576132986
Location
La Jolla, CA
Experience
Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Job Type
Regular

JOB DESCRIPTION

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The CI Developer will create and maintain elements of the CI, will need to work flexibly across multiple technologies, both front-end, back-end, and database, and will need to rapidly acquire skills in new programming languages and environments, packages, and databases. The project uses an aggressive array of technologies to deliver high-performance access to the stored networks and biological analytics, and to implement front-end integration with web-based interfaces and visualization. The developer will interact with scientists using the CI in bioinformatic and biological research.

The CI Developer will create and maintain elements of the CI, will need to work flexibly across multiple technologies, both front-end and back-end, and database, and will need to rapidly acquire skills in new programming languages and environments, packages, and databases.

The project uses an aggressive array of technologies to deliver high-performance access to the stored networks and biological analytics, and to implement front-end integration with web-based interfaces and visualization. The developer will interact with scientists using the CI in bioinformatic and biological research.

Other tasks will include:
System administration of public and internal servers.
Software deployment and distribution.
Database management, backup, migration, and recovery.

The CI Developer will interface with colleagues from project sponsors, and with collaborators in the UCSD community and worldwide. The CI Developer can be either a computing professional that knows a little biology and is ready to learn a lot more biology, or a biology professional that has demonstrating programming ability and is ready to learn a lot more about computing. Computational biologists are especially welcome.