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POST DATE 8/12/2016
END DATE 10/26/2016
University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers
Los Angeles, CA
JOB DESCRIPTIONAPPLY Job Title:
$24.09 / $4192
$47.27 / $8225
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Lab Programmer assists researchers with procedural or minor technical problems; advises researchers on the best solutions to backup, analysis, and work flow needs; advises and/or trains researchers on standard software packages; maintains software packages on shared campus-wide super computing resources; maintains program libraries, users manuals, or technical documentation; maintains and configures users and Lab Computer for fMRI/Neuroscience Data Analysis; includes upgrading and/or repairing old and broken computers. Lab Programmer produces meaningful, clear charts, graphs, reports, and documentation on lab resources, methodology. Coordinate with UCLA level technical departments to facilitate and acquire needed services. Lab Programmer assists in the collection of EEG and MRI data, and being safely trained and knowledgeable of both modalities.
Unix environments (Linux, OSX)
Server Administration / Management
Required Web Technologies
PHP, CSS, MySQL
Required Hardware & Networking
TCP/IP, Networking protocols, RAID
AFP, SMB, SFTP, NFS
Familiarity with good security practices
HPC (High Performance Computing) environments
FSL, FMRIB, Freesurfer
Nifti, Analyze, DICOM and other common MRI image formats
Ability to perform tasks in an efficient, well organized, and timely manner with a minimum level of supervision and frequent changes in priorities and deadlines
Skill in setting priorities, follow through on assigned tasks and adhering to deadlines
Strong ability to learn new software and technologies
Ability to choose appropriate software modules for data structures
Ability to work in a team environment
Skill in working independently with minimal supervision
Ability to assess situations and problem solve using own judgment
Ability to communicate clearly both verbally and in writing with staff, researchers, and research subjects at various organizational, cultural, and educational levels.