Research Programmer, Computational Biology Department
The Murphy group in the Computational Biology Department of the School of Computer Science is seeking a skilled Research Programmer to assist with research software development, maintenance, and dissemination. The Research Programmer will be responsible for developing experimental research applications and modifying existing software for specific research applications in the area of cell modeling.
Work as part of a team tasked with development, maintenance and dissemination for the CellOrganizer software system
Development new research software as assigned
Document new designs, codes, and modifications
Analyze alternative algorithms and system changes to solve problems
Debug and maintain existing software
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computational Biology or related field
1-3 years in research computing
Experience with Matlab and/or Python
Strong oral and written communication skills
Excellent problem-solving and reasoning skills
Solid organization and planning
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Job Function: Research Programming
Primary Location: United States-Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh
Time Type: Full Time
Organization: COMPUTATIONAL BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Minimum Education Level: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
Budgeted Base Pay: Negotiable
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