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The Garmire Lab is seeking an applications programmer to implement computational methods according to the needs of the team which includes choosing the best technological options (language, platform, etc.).
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The person in this role will implement computational methods according to the needs of the team which includes choosing the best technological options (language, Platform, etc.). Part of their role will be to improve algorithm performances (benchmarking, Multi-treading, etc. and graphical methods to visualize high-throuhgput data, in which methdos should be exposes as web-services and be user-friendly. Responsibilites include the deployment and maintenance of computational packages and keep it "bug free" as well as anticipating and troubleshooting problems; preparing clear technical documentation describing the mechanics, parameters, and user cases. This successful candidate will interact with faculty, post-doctoral fellows and graduate students to implement and manage computational methods linked to hight-throughput data.
Minimum bachelor's degree from an accredited four (4) year college in Computer Science or related field. At least two (2) years of experience in web development. Experience writing technical and/or scientific reports and documents.
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