We're a dedicated team of scientists and engineers drawing from different backgrounds and ideas to push the boundaries of data intensive science.
Technical Project Manager
We're looking for Technical Project Managers to support the development and implementation of innovative data sharing platforms for biomedical research. We work on complex technical and scientific projects that require smooth industry-standard execution of an Agile software development lifecycle to provision data services and data commons.
We're looking for a DevOps engineer to join a new team building out new data commons, serving petabytes of data through a secure cloud infrastructure across our on-premise datacenter and commercial clouds. This role will not only support operations and scaling, but will be closely involved in the initial architecture and build out.
Software Engineer in Test
We're looking for a software engineer for our data engineering team to build out testing frameworks and lead quality assurance activities. This role will not only be a strong developer, but will advocate for best practices around testing within the full software development lifecycle.
lead software test engineer
We are looking for someone to lead our QA team in building out automated test practices for our large-scale data commons and clouds. This role focuses on the Genomic Data Commons, which is at the forefront of both cutting edge translational data science and petabyte-scale production systems supporting cancer research.
We're looking for a bioinformatician with strong engineering skills to lead several projects in the Center for Data Intensive Science through design and implementation of bioinformatics services. Projects range from large-scale federal contracts with the National Cancer Institute to research projects with faculty.
We are looking for experienced python developers to join our data engineering team building out new platforms in translational data science. Projects range from development of core data commons services to custom biomedical applications.
IT Security Analyst, Risk management
We are looking for a Security Analyst to minimize risk, improve efficiencies, and ensure confidentiality and integrity of sensitive information in our innovative data sharing platforms. We work on complex technical and scientific projects that require a robust information security program to securely provision data services and data commons.
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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