[Comp-neuro] Web Application and Java Software Developer position

Julie Goodman goodman2 at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Oct 10 21:54:26 CEST 2007

Web Application and Java Software Developer

The Center for Brain Science at Harvard University and the Martinos Center
for Biomedical Imaging at the Massachusetts General Hospital seek a highly
motivated individual to work on neuroinformatics projects associated with
human brain imaging. Reporting to the Head of Neuroinformatics and working
in the Neuroinformatics Research Group, the successful applicant will be
responsible for developing primarily web-based applications designed to aid
in these studies. Typical projects include visualization tools, database and
file system storage. These applications will be released to the general
scientific community as open-source software, so documentation and
structured programming techniques will be an important part of the job

Basic requirements: Bachelor's degree in computer science, software
engineering or other field with comparable software engineering experience.
Demonstrable expert-level knowledge of Java, databases (SQL and MySQL,
PostgreSQL or Oracle), one or more scripting language(s) (Perl, PHP, etc.),
Linux / Unix environments with shell scripting experience, and web
development (AJAX, XML, DOM, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, etc.). Interest in
biomedicine and informatics. Strong software engineering skills.
Additional requirements: Master's degree in computer science or software
engineering. 5 or more years experience in Java and Web programming.
Proficiency in programming image databases and visualization applications.
Strong application architecture skills.

Must be qualified to work in the US (No visa or residency sponsorship is
available) No relocation package offered. Must be able to interview in
person in Cambridge, MA.

Please apply online at

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