[NOBUGS] Job opportunity - Scientific Software Engineer/Senior Scientific Software Engineer - Mantid

tom.griffin at stfc.ac.uk tom.griffin at stfc.ac.uk
Thu Aug 18 17:02:36 BST 2016

Scientific Software Engineer/Senior Scientific Software Engineer - Mantid
Closing Date: 18 September 2016
The Mantid team requires an additional scientific software developer with strong C++ or transferrable object oriented programming language skills to develop and support further the framework and associated scientific software.

This is an opportunity to join a growing team with significant scope to lead areas of work.

List of Duties / Work Programme / Responsibilities
*         Develop core software for the Mantid project (C++)
*         Support the scientists with the existing package and extend it further according to their scientific needs.
*         Support and improve other related data reduction and analysis software
*         Assist in the support and maintenance of the computer tools

Contacts and Communication
You will be part of the team developing and supporting the Mantid package. As part of their work they will interact with the ISIS scientists. The post will reside within the ISIS Computing Group.

Personal Skills and Attributes
You will have a degree or equivalent experience in a numerate discipline and experience of developing software in a scientific environment.

Experience of developing scientific software using object oriented techniques is essential, preferably in C++ on both Windows and Unix platforms with good knowledge of development tools. Experience of other programming languages is also desirable.

You will have a professional approach, an analytical, logical and quick learning mind, a 'can do' attitude and be able to communicate clearly and effectively with fellow developers and scientists alike.

Tom Griffin
Computing Group Leader, ISIS
Science and Technology Facilities Council

tom.griffin at stfc.ac.uk<mailto:tom.griffin at stfc.ac.uk>
+44 (0)1235 445305

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