Remote Jobs at Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee 📈 Open Startup
RSS
API
Post a Job

get a remote job
you can do anywhere

There are now 2 Remote Jobs at Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee tagged DevOps, Education and Teaching
such as Great OS and Great Open

  Jobs

  People

👉 Hiring remotely? Reach 1,000,000+ remote workers on the 🏆 #1 remote jobs board

Post a Job - $299
Hide this

This year

Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee


Great Open

Great Open


Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee


devops

edu

teaching

engineer

devops

edu

teaching

engineer

5yr

Stats (beta): 👁 585 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nAre you a great developer with a knack for making great software and changing your users’ lives? Looking to work on fantastic open-source software used by 1000s of scientists worldwide?\n\nThe Open Microscopy Environment Consortium (OME, http://openmicroscopy.org) is seeking Software and Devops Engineers to build an international image repository and data-processing tools for the life sciences. We already have lots of great functionality, now we need to scale this up to handle millions of images and petabytes of data across multiple hosts, together with real-time analysis tools, all integrated with other world-leading databases and scientific resources.\n\nWe’re looking for people to build and operate our infrastructure, to develop our existing applications for handling images and heterogeneous data in real-time, and to improve our data models to work with the increasing amounts of data being generated in the life-sciences.\n\nWe work hard, have a great time, and deliver unique, world-leading applications that are changing the way bioscience works. Everything we do is open-source; our tools are playing a vital role in supporting the move towards open-data and open-science. We work in several different domains- from basic research to drug screening to education to publication- and we need your help!\n\nNo one on our team does only one thing. Technical skills are important, but a willingness to take the initiative to research and suggest new tools is critical- we’ll give you the time and support to learn and extend your skills.\n\nInterested? Show us what you’ve done, for example your GitHub profile, apps you have created, teams you have been a part of.\n\nSalary: £38,511 - £45,954

See more jobs at Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee

# How do you apply? This job post is older than 30 days and the position is probably filled. Try applying to jobs posted recently instead.
Apply for this Job

👉 Please reference you found the job on Remote OK, this helps us get more companies to post here!

When applying for jobs, you should NEVER have to pay to apply. That is a scam! Posts that link to pages with "how to work online" are also scams. Don't use them or pay for them. Also always verify you're actually talking to the company in the job post and not an imposter. Scams in remote work are rampant, be careful! When clicking on the button to apply above, you will leave Remote OK and go to the job application page for that company outside this site. Remote OK accepts no liability or responsibility as a consequence of any reliance upon information on there (external sites) or here.

Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee


Great OS

Great OS


Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee


devops

edu

teaching

engineer

devops

edu

teaching

engineer

5yr

Stats (beta): 👁 662 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nAre you a great developer with a knack for making great software and changing your users’ lives? Looking to work on fantastic open-source software used by 1000s of scientists worldwide?\n\nThe Open Microscopy Environment Consortium (OME, http://openmicroscopy.org) is seeking Software and Devops Engineers to build an international image repository and data-processing tools for the life sciences. We already have lots of great functionality, now we need to scale this up to handle millions of images and petabytes of data across multiple hosts, together with real-time analysis tools, all integrated with other world-leading databases and scientific resources.\n\nWe’re looking for people to build and operate our infrastructure, to develop our existing applications for handling images and heterogeneous data in real-time, and to improve our data models to work with the increasing amounts of data being generated in the life-sciences.\n\nWe work hard, have a great time, and deliver unique, world-leading applications that are changing the way bioscience works. Everything we do is open-source; our tools are playing a vital role in supporting the move towards open-data and open-science. We work in several different domains- from basic research to drug screening to education to publication- and we need your help!\n\nNo one on our team does only one thing. Technical skills are important, but a willingness to take the initiative to research and suggest new tools is critical- we’ll give you the time and support to learn and extend your skills.\n\nInterested? Show us what you’ve done, for example your GitHub profile, apps you have created, teams you have been a part of.\n\nSalary: £38,511 - £45,954

See more jobs at Open Microscopy Environment Team College of Life Sciences University of Dundee

# How do you apply? This job post is older than 30 days and the position is probably filled. Try applying to jobs posted recently instead.
Apply for this Job

👉 Please reference you found the job on Remote OK, this helps us get more companies to post here!

When applying for jobs, you should NEVER have to pay to apply. That is a scam! Posts that link to pages with "how to work online" are also scams. Don't use them or pay for them. Also always verify you're actually talking to the company in the job post and not an imposter. Scams in remote work are rampant, be careful! When clicking on the button to apply above, you will leave Remote OK and go to the job application page for that company outside this site. Remote OK accepts no liability or responsibility as a consequence of any reliance upon information on there (external sites) or here.