The Institut Pasteur, Paris has an opening for a Java Developer.
This is a fixed term contract (18 months renewable), posi on to be filled immediately.
And it is about to bring the Icy software into the future!
Do you want to work on this with us? See below
If you have specific and private questions about the job, @Stephane and/or myself may help.
Software development - Informatics – Image analysis
Do you like developing applications for and making use of image analysis? Are you willing to join an interdisciplinary team and build one of the tool of bioimage analysis?
Then you are the right person for the position and missions below:
Development of plug-ins in JAVA for image analysis within a scientific application targeted to life scientists (Icy, http://icy.bioimageanalysis.org/);
Development of the front-end (user interface) and back-end (image analysis algorithms);
Deployment on distinct platforms;
Technical documentation for developers and end-users.
You’ll be part of a team and work with the engineers and scientists that develop the Icy so ware at Institut Pasteur.
We are looking for a software developer (Bsc/Msc in computer science) with a strong experience in Java language, mastering multitask programming and algorithmics. You are familiar with production tools (git, maven, eclipse, unit test, deployment, code analysis, continuous integration…). You definitely have a good sense of ergonomics, you’re autonomous in your work, and have a good team spirit.
Experience in image analysis and/or signal processing would be an advantage.
Level of studies.
Bsc-Msc in computer science or related domain.
Fixed term contract (18 months renewable), posi on to be filled immediately.
Commensurate to profile and experience. The Institut Pasteur is an Equal Opportunity employer and applications from women are highly encouraged.
Bio Image Analysis unit, Institut Pasteur, 25 rue du docteur Roux - 75015 Paris