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Featured Staff Opportunity: Java Web Developers 

 
The IR&D Software Engineering team is seeking web developers to design, implement and optimize web applications in projects that store, query, analyze and manipulate collections of very large multi-dimensional datasets, including clinical, bio-molecular and genomic data.  A successful candidate must understand how to apply web application architecture in order to leverage software oriented architecture and to provide reusable modules / plugins that can be applied to multiple projects.

This position will report directly to an IR&D senior developer, serving as personnel manager, and one or more Project Leads, who coordinate work assignments and projects that are aligned with BMI, OSUWMC IT and OSUWMC strategies.

What you bring:
  • Practical experience with JVM-based web frameworks including Google Web Toolkit and/or Grails.
  • Practical experience with Javascript and CSS.
  • Practical experience of SOA integration into web applications using SOAP and RESTful services within the Java ecosystem.
  • Desire and capability to investigate new open source technologies, present them to the team. 
  • Desire to gain domain-specific knowledge in the Biomedical Informatics field.
  • Bachelors degree in biomedical informatics, computer and information science, computer science engineering or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Bonus points:
  • Practical experience with Spring MVC, JSF, Play or other JVM-based web frameworks.
  • Practical experience with data visualization.
  • Understanding of and ability to work on Linux.
  • Familiarity with OS X (Mac Laptop)
What we bring:
  • Access to research-oriented software development projects with national and global deployments.
  • Yearly training and conference attendance.
  • Technology commercialization opportunities.
  • Education opportunities at The Ohio State University, including a Biomedical Informatics graduate degree program.
  • SVN and GIT Source control, build automation and daily builds.
  • Web-based task and bug management, WIKI documentation and code reviews
  • An environment where technologist select the technologies.
Applications for this position is being evaluated on an ongoing basis.  To express interest in a position, please email a resume to informatics.careers@osumc.edu​​ and indicate "Web Developers" in the subject.
 

Posted on 12-Mar-13 by Nielsen, Tome
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