The NeuroHub project is tasked with the construction of the neuroinformatics infrastructure for the McGill Healthy Brains for Healthy life initiative, to foster collaborative and reproducible neuroscience and translational research. The software developer will define cutting edge research solutions for scientific data management, metadata handling, the use of computer systems, information flow and architecture, and/or participate in the deployment, security, maintenance and ensure continual monitoring of the platform services and liaise with service providers.
- Analyze, supervise, plan, implement, deploy and distribute research software and large scale middleware e-science platforms to respond to the NeuroHub needs, goals and mission.
- Develop web-based e-science tools (frontend and backend) and platforms to support the needs of the local and external research community. Develop methods to capture, normalize and handle research data and metadata. Participate to the definition and implementation of complex software architecture.
- Code, test, debug and deploy software applications/platforms. Revise and update technical documentation. Participate in code review. Engage with the open source development communities.
- Support and train junior developers. Research and analyze new and emerging technology, define programming standards and code testing and review frameworks. Find solutions to complex research application issues.
Three (3) years' related experience
Other Qualifying Skills and/or Abilities:
How to Apply:
Please submit your application online at https://mcgill.ca/medhr/positions-available/apply-now
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The deadline to apply for this position is January 24, 2019 at 5:00 PM.
*Current employees: please indicate your McGill ID number in your application.*
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