The selected candidate will work mostly in the context of European research, development and innovation projects. Initially, she/he will be involved in the development of a FAIR-enabling platform (https://www.force11.org/group/fairgroup/fairprinciples), known as ROHub, which was built around the innovative research object concept (http://www.researchobject.org/) and associated technologies leveraging semantics and advanced data management techniques. ROHub platform (http://www.rohub.org/about) is already being used/tested by different user communities at EU and worldwide level, and it is the backbone of a Virtual Research Environment (VRE) for Earth Science led by the European Space Agency.
The candidate will join the platform development team, and she/he will take responsibility of continuing the development of the top-middle layer and front-end interfaces, towards a wider uptake of the platform in different production environments. This will include, among others:
- Cooperation with other team members (graphic designers and UX, back-end programmers, analysts, testers) in order to develop software of the best quality,
- Development and maintenance of technical documentation of the produced software.
Miejsce pracy: Poznań
Candidates are expected to hold a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related, and/or at least 2 years of experience as a front-end programmer, and she/he should have the following qualifications:
- Experience in designing and implementing web applications using REST interfaces
- Knowledge of issues related to RWD
- Commitment to the quality of the created software and compliance of the implemented interfaces with graphic designs / UX,
- Knowledge of English, allowing the candidate to communicate (technically) in an international team
- Knowledge of tools supporting collaborative software development (issue trackers – we use JIRA, code versioning systems – we use Git).
Other qualifications that are welcome but not obligatory:
- Experience in reusing and extending software, including open source and internal projects
- Practical knowledge of agile software development methodologies at the level needed in the daily work of the programmer,
- Knowledge about software architecture styles
- Practical knowledge about data representation and interchange formats (JSON, XML, RDF, etc.)
- Practical knowledge about data query languages (SQL, SPARQL, …)
Additionally, the candidate is expected to have:
- Good non-technical skills, including team work and communication abilities, good initiative, proactive, flexible and self-motivated
- Ability to work with multinational and multidisciplinary teams
Form of employment: labor contract (umowa o pracę) or contract for specific work (umowa o dzieło) (students)
Place of work: PSNC Research Center of the Polish Optical Internet, ul. Jana Pawła II No. 10, Poznań
- Stable work in a well-established institution, highly recognized at national and international level
- Participation in international projects in the field of computer science, working with emerging technologies and with applications in different domains
- Participation in the implementation of solutions aimed at providing real users with innovative solutions
- Possibility to participate in work meetings and other professional events abroad
- Social package, including co-financing of the Multisport card, the possibility of joining the private medical care program.
- Flexible schedule
The recruitment is a two-steps process: first, an interview with the unit leader and technical staff, including a discussion of experience and expectations (in English), followed by a short assessment of the candidate (data/development) skills (in Polish or English as preferred by the candidate). Next, selected candidates will have an interview with the division director to agree on the final details of the salary and conditions (in Polish or English as preferred by the candidate).
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