We're a dedicated team of scientists and engineers drawing from different backgrounds and ideas to push the boundaries of data intensive science. 


Lead Software Architect

We're looking for an experienced Software Architect to lead our back end software engineering team building out and scaling the Genomic Data Commons, a 5PB open-source data commons platform used by cancer researchers.


Software Engineer in test

We're looking for QA Automation Engineers to join our team and build out automated test practices and test scripts for the Genomic Data Commons, a 5PB open-source data commons platform used by cancer researchers.  


Senior bioinformatician

We're looking for a bioinformatician with strong programming skills and a PhD in a related discipline to lead pipeline development and large-scale operations.   This role focuses on the Genomic Data Commons, which is at the forefront of both cutting edge research and production systems supporting cancer research. 


Senior software engineer

We are looking for an experienced software engineer to join our data engineering team building out and scaling the Genomic Data Commons, a 5PB open-source data commons platform used by cancer researchers.


Software Engineer

We are looking for experienced python developers to join our data engineering team building out and scaling the Genomic Data Commons, a 5PB open-source data commons platform used by cancer researchers.


senior offensive security engineer

We're looking for a sharp security engineer to lead systems security for our team building out and scaling the Genomic Data Commons.  The GDC is a FISMA-moderate accredited platform with a hybrid architecture across on-prem and public clouds, that analyzes and hosts the world's largest collection of harmonized cancer genomic data. 


Lead DevOps Engineer

We're looking for a full stack engineer with a highly technical background and a PhD in a related discipline to join the Genomic Data Commons team to build out and refine the automation methods for our petabyte-scale cloud computing infrastructure used by cancer scientists and researchers.

Research Assistant Professor

The University of Chicago's Department of Medicine is seeking Research Assistant Professors. The primary activity of a Research Assistant Professor is academic research in association with a faculty member or team. This position requires an individual with high-level expertise to be involved in all aspects of the design, development, implementation, and analysis of research projects focused on biomedical data science, computational biomedicine, and related areas. 


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