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POST DATE 8/12/2016
END DATE 10/11/2016

University of California - Los Angeles Medical Centers Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles, CA
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Entry Level (0 - 2 years)
Masters Degree


Job Title:
Programmer Analyst III

UCLA Title:
Programmer/Analyst III

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Work Location:
62-005 CHS

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Minimum Salary:
$29.21 / $5083

Maximum Salary:
$57.76 / $10050

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The Computing Technologies Research Lab (CTRL) of the UCLA School of Medicine is seeking a programmer/analyst with research and development experience in database design and programming to work in the areas of Bio-Medical Informatics. An individual with a strong programming background and with experience working in a team environment is needed to join CTRL.

The successful candidate should have the ability to work well in a team and to interact with diverse scientists who are conducting research utilizing the Internet (Web-based applications. A strong background and experience in data modeling and relational database design is required. In addition Java experience is required. The core areas of technical knowledge needed for this position includes TCL, HTML, XML, Javascript, SQL, Oracle PL/SQL, Java, Objective-C, and iOS. TCL is a scripting language similar to Perl and Python. Familiarity with TCL and Oracle is not a requirement but is desirable. In addition, experience with web application development on the Linux Operating System is desirable. The candidate will be expected to work on, maintain, and manage multiple projects simultaneously over an extended period of time, appropriately prioritizing tasks and regularly showing progress.

CTRL conducts research and development of database backed web applications. Some of the tools and applications developed by CTRL are also used to support the collection, management, and reporting of research data critical to the work of investigators at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. The successful candidate will have many opportunities to interact and work with of some the world s leading researchers in the areas of biological chemistry, genetics, oncology, pathology, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cryo-electron microscopy, confocal microscopy, pharmacology, synthetic chemistry, nuclear medicine, molecular biology, imaging physics, and biomathematics.


M.S. in computer science or closely related field (preferred). Detailed working knowledge of structured programming/scripting design and implementation. Detailed working knowledge of a modern programming language and development tools. Knowledge of relational database software (e.g. Oracle, Postgres, MS-SQL). Detailed working knowledge of programming/scripting languages (e.g. TCL, Perl. Javascript, Pl-SQL). Knowledge of Unix operating system, emacs editor, CVS, SVN. Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Windows Desktop OS. Expert knowledge of SQL and data modeling. Strong verbal, interpersonal, and written communication skills. Demonstrated knowledge of Microsoft Windows Desktop OS. Knowledge of software development for the iOS platform. Experience with the full software development process including gathering requirements, turning them into a design, implementing the design, and validating the implementation against the original requirements. Knowledge of software development for the .NET framework. Strong understanding of core LAN networking protocols including ethernet, IP, TCP, UDP, and ICMP. Strong understanding of network protocols and tools used in delivering web services, i.e. HTTP, HTTPS, and packet capture.

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