Research Programmer (Multiple Positions)
University of Notre Dame 81 reviews - Notre Dame, IN

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This position focuses on software engineering, encompassing areas such as Web programming (Python, Ruby, JavaScript/AJAX, Web 2.0/3.0, HTML, CSS), databases, middleware, and scientific computing for multiple projects in the Center for Research Computing (CRC). Successful candidates will assist with research projects to: 1. ensure that current features remain functional, and/or 2. maintain and develop software frameworks that support scientific work. Also, successful candidates will install and upgrade hardware and software as needed.

Software engineering at the CRC relies upon languages such as Python, Javascript, PHP, Java, Objective-C, and SQL to support scientific applications, databases, and the analysis of data. Python frameworks and libraries such as Django, RabbitMQ, and Celery are also utilized. Database technologies in use include PostgreSQL and MySQL.

Some skill in Linux systems administration is desirable, in particular with respect to distributions such as Red Hat, CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian.

From time-to-time, this position will engage in modest user support and training activities, e.g.: assist with the development of online help facilities, training materials.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree (4 years). Experience 1-2 years. Experience with and/or strong knowledge and interest in some or all of the following is preferred:

  • Development skills in Python, Javascript, PHP, Java, Objective-C, and SQL, C, C++, HTML, CSS, XML, mobile technologies.
  • DBA and development skills in PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MS Access.
  • Web and application server administration skills with Apache, Tomcat and JBoss/Hibernate.
  • System administration skills with Linux, Apple OS X and Windows.
  • Some programming experience outside of the academic environment is highly desired.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.

The ability to pickup and learn general concepts and technologies quickly and independently.

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The University of Notre Dame, founded in 1842 by a priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross, is an independent, national Catholic university...