Senior Research Software Engineer
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Chapel Hill, NC

This job posting is no longer available on Find similar jobs:Senior Research Software Engineer jobs

Senior Research Software Engineer
Coming to work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill means more than just accepting a job. You're becoming part of a rich tradition of excellence and a community of people working to make a difference.

Since the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's founding in 1789 as the nation's first public university, Carolina has been a place where students, faculty, staff and members of the larger community have stretched their potential and helped make the world around them a better place.

Give us a look. See what Carolina has for you and where your talents might fit well with the great team we have on campus. Together, we can make a difference for North Carolina and beyond.

Vacancy ID #: NF0000169

Position Summary:

This position provides the research, design and development of software projects with particular emphasis on the adherence to the process of proper software engineering. This position provides technical oversight and direction to software development initiatives across RENCI. Emphasis is placed on oversight of software development life-cycle with additional responsibilities for the direction of software development teams, collaboration with outside agencies and project stakeholders.

Education Requirements:

The minimum educational requirements are a Bachelor's degree plus ten years of experience. At least ten years of professional software development experience are required.

Qualification and Experience:

Knowledge of software engineering, design and development methodologies and best practices. Experience in software development across multiple software development life-cycle phases. Hands on experience in object oriented development and design with C , Java, or other object oriented languages. Experience with developing cross platform systems and solutions under Linux and Windows operating systems. Experience with design patterns and their application. Ability to bridge several disciplines, ability to work with fellow scientist and administrators.

Department Contact Name: Debra McLaughlin

Department Contact Telephone or Email: 445-9693

For complete job descriptions and to apply, visit:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


About this company
32 reviews