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1037298| iET SA| IT Developer/BA - Web Interfaces/Data Analytics (3960)|

For a project at our client, an international banking company in Zurich, we are looking for an experienced

IT Developer/BA - Web Interfaces/Data Analytics (3960)

Your Qualifications:

  • Strong Business Analyst with solid IT Developer background
  • Deep technical knowledge on web interfaces and data analytics
  • Very strong problem-solving skills
  • Grasp new areas very quickly
  • Mindset and ideally experience to build a product in a very quick manner (rapid prototyping)
  • Strong communicator in English

Your technical qualifications, ideally ticking most of the below boxes:

  • Strong data analytics experience and knowledge - ideally certified (eg Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree/)
  • JSON/REST/SOA/WSDL
  • Hadoop/kafka
  • NoSQL - MongoDB/Cassandra
  • Samza/Spark/Storm
  • Java
  • WebServices
  • Machine Learning/Deep Learning experience and knowledge
  • Scala/Python

The goals of the role:

A web service that integrates a 3rd party with our client. Through this integration layer, the 3rd party will be able to request a number of services on a global level to do with anonymized data
A control room that oversees the data flowing through the afforementioned web service integration layer. This control room will enable our client to properly control and optimize the flow from a technical perspective as well as derive valuable business insights based on the data flowing through the integration layer.

Are you ready for a new challenge and immediately available? We look forward to receiving your application in MS-Word. For any questions, please contact.

6781| Imperial College London, Department of Mechanical Engineering| Research Associate in the Medical Engineering Group| Salary in the range: £36,070- £43,350 per annum*

Fixed-term appointment available for up to 3.5 years in the first instance

The Medical Engineering Group wishes to appoint a Research Associate to conduct research into Image Guides Surgery to treat brain cancer at Imperial College London.

The Department of Mechanical Engineering was awarded a prestigious €8.3M Research and Innovation Action (RIA) on robotic assisted neurosurgical drug delivery. The Imperial team, headed by Dr Rodriguez y Baena, will coordinate the project, codenamed EDEN2020 (www.eden2020.eu), which will also benefits from strong industrial presence (Renishaw plc and XoGraph ltd.), a 1st class clinical team in Italy (Politecnico di Milano, San Raffaele and the Univerista’ di Milano), and the involvement of leading experts in intra-operative imaging (Technical Univeristy of Munich) and shape sensing (Universitair Medisch Centrum Groningen). The Research Assistant or Associate will be responsible for the research, development and integration of a complex intraoperative drug delivery system, involving ultrasound based image acquisition, robotic needle steering, and patient-specific brain modelling. A close collaboration with Dr Daniele Dini, Prof Berend van Wachem and Prof Andrea Falini, who lead on the development of advanced computational models of brain deformation and drug diffusion and their links to patient imaging, will be key to this role.

The role will focus on different aspects of software development within an existing team of research students and post-docs in the Mechatronics in Medicine Laboratory (www.imperial.ac.uk/mechatronicsinmedicine), in collaboration with the Thermofluids and Applied Mechanics divisions. A PhD or equivalent in an area applicable to the research subject, e.g. Computer Science, Physics, Mathematics, Engineering or Biomedical Engineering, is highly desirable. You should be motivated to pursue interdisciplinary research and have experience, as evidenced by published output, with computational software development, focussing on parallel computing, preferably linked to computational mechanics and soft tissue studies. Experience in the development of computational algorithms and medical image processing is desirable. Applicants should be able to demonstrate a very strong disposition towards applied science. Good English communication skills are essential.

Informal e-mail enquiries may be made to Dr Ferdinando Rodriquez y Baena at f.rodriguez@ imperial.ac.uk or +44(0) 20 7594 7046.

Our preferred method of application is online via our website. Please click ‘apply’ below or go to http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/employment (Select “Job Search” then enter the job title or vacancy reference number into “Keywords”). Please complete and upload an application form as directed quoting reference number EN20160293SA, YOU MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION FORM FOR OUR POSTS ALONG WITH A CV, IF YOU DO NOT FILL IN AN APPLICATION FORM, YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Alternatively, if you are unable to apply online, please email Ms C Soulal, Academic Administrator at: [email protected] to request an application form.
*Candidates who have not yet been officially awarded their PhD will be appointed as Research Assistants within the salary range £30,160 - £33,370 per annum

The closing date is 15th September 2016

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6803| Imperial College London, Department of Chemistry| Research Associate in Nanoscale Charge Transport and Thermoelectrics| We are seeking a high-quality synthetic (inorganic/organic) chemist to be involved in the Quantum-Interference Enhanced Thermoelectrics (QUIET) project. The latter is a joint project between the Albrecht, Cohen and Long Groups at Imperial College and the Lambert Group at Lancaster University. It aims at the synthesis and characterisation of new molecules and their thermoelectric properties, as well as their theoretical description, at the single- and many-molecule levels. Particular focus is on molecules towards the electric and thermal transport measurements using (electrochemical) Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy (STM) in graphene-based nanojunctions.
6786| The Hospital For Sick Children, M5G0A4| Postdoctoral Fellow in Early Embryo Development| The laboratory of Dr. Janet Rossant is currently seeking outstanding young scientists to join our research group as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. The Rossant lab has a long history of investigating the mechanism of cell fate decisions in the early mouse embryo and their application to the maintenance and differentiation of embryo-derived stem cells. Our current research combines tools of molecular genetics, live imaging, proteomics and single cells expression analysis to explore the fundamental aspects of lineage development.

Utilizing various embryo derived stem cell types we hope to gain a better understanding of normal embryo development and how this applies to human pluripotent and the totipotent cell state. This work can then translate into improved reproductive technologies, and novel stem cell-derived therapies for human disease. We are also applying our developmental knowledge to the differentiations of human iPS cells into cell types suitable for exploring new aspects of regenerative medicine.

A postdoctoral project in our research group will involve utilizing various molecular and imaging tools to study early embryo development. Specifically we are looking for individuals interested in studies of polarity, patterning and/or morphogenesis of the developing embryo. These studies include but are not limited to; analyzing the role of biophysical interactions by manipulation of tensile forces in the embryo and isolation of blastomeres to study the dynamics of physical forces during morphogenesis.

Another potential avenue of research involves exploring the relationship between zygotic genome activation and pluripotency. We will explore the relationship between zygotic genome activation at the 2-cell stage and later activation of the lineage specifiers of the pluripotent and trophectoderm fate. We will use high content cell-based screens in ES cells with small molecule inhibitor or activator libraries targeting pathways identified by our studies of ZGA regulation and early lineage activation.

Other projects around these areas of research are also welcome.

Applicant Criteria:
• PhD with previous postgraduate training in cell biology, molecular biology, bioengineering, systems biology or a closely related field.
• Prior experience with stem cells, development, molecular genetics and/or bioinformatics would be an asset.
• Prior first author publications are highly desirable.
• Must be self-motivated, well-organized, highly independent, and willing to collaborate with other researchers.
• Excellent communication, written and interpersonal skills are mandatory.

A detailed CV with the names and contact information for at least three references should accompany the application.

This position is located in Toronto, Canada at The Hospital for Sick Children. SickKids is one of the largest and most respected paediatric healthcare centres in the world. As innovators in child health, we lead and partner to improve the health of children through the integration of healthcare, leading-edge research and education. SickKids is committed to ongoing learning and development, and features a caring and supportive work environment that combines exceptionally high standards of practice.

Interested candidates should please submit their CV via e-mail to Dr. Janet Rossant <[email protected]>. A curriculum vita including a short description of scientific achievements and future scientific endeavours is required.
6817| University College London, Department of Chemistry| Research Associate in Computational Simulation of Cerebral Blood Flow| The appointment will be full time on UCL Grade 7. The salary range will be £33,686 - £40,716 per annum, inclusive of London Allowance.

Applications are invited for a Research Associate to work with Professor Peter Coveney in the Department of Chemistry at University College London. The successful candidate will join a very active inter-disciplinary group in the Centre for Computational Science, and will work on the development and deployment of medical and clinical applications of the lattice-Boltzmann method for blood flow. This post is funded by the European Commission as part of the CompBioMed project, which is a user-driven Centre of Excellence in Computational Biomedicine, to nurture and promote the uptake and exploitation of high performance computing within the biomedical modelling community. The postholder will develop existing lattice-Boltzmann algorithms and codes (collectively known as “HemeLB”) for medical and clinical applications. The post is available for a period of 2 years in the first instance, and the appointment will start on 1st October 2016 or soon thereafter.

The successful candidate will have a PhD degree (or about to be awarded a PhD) in an area of the mathematical, physical, engineering and computer sciences or related areas, and extensive experience of modelling and simulation, particularly involving high performance computing, preferably with the lattice-Boltzmann method. Please note, appointment at Grade 7 is dependent upon having been awarded a PhD; if this is not the case, initial appointment will be at Research Assistant Grade 6 (salary £29,485 - £31,091 per annum) with payment at Grade 7 being backdated to the date of final submission of the PhD thesis.

For further details about the vacancy and how to apply online please go to http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/jobs/ and search on Reference Number 1573963.

Informal enquiries should be addressed to Prof Peter Coveney ( [email protected] ). Any queries on the application process can be directed to Judith James – [email protected] , as we wish to encourage online applications.

Closing Date: 23rd September 2016

Latest time for the submission of applications: 23.59.

Interview Date: TBC

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6812| Georgia Institute of Technology, Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering| Postdoctoral Fellow| The Ethier lab at Georgia Tech/Emory Biomedical Engineering seeks two postdoctoral fellows in the area of ocular biomechanics.

The first position is NASA–funded, and involves biomechanical modeling of ocular structures involved in VIIP syndrome (https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/the-mysterious-syndrome-impairing-astronauts-eyesight/2016/07/09/f20fb9a6-41f1-11e6-88d0-6adee48be8bc_story.html). Specific duties include: extracting relevant information from clinical images; integrating an ocular biomechanical model with a whole-body fluid shift model being developed at NASA; analyzing experimental and numerical results; writing papers; and assisting with grant preparation. The anticipated start date is February 2017, for a duration of three years. Applicants should have: a PhD in biomechanics or closely related field; experience with medical image processing; experience with finite element modeling of connective tissue biomechanics; experience with construction of complex geometric models for finite element modeling; experience with tissue constitutive relationships. Interest and willingness to participate in an interdisciplinary research team is essential.

The second position will use the BXD mouse set to identify genes that associate with scleral biomechanical properties, an important risk factor in glaucoma. Specific duties will include making high-resolution measurements of ocular compliance in mouse eyes from different mouse strains; analyzing experimental results; working closely with collaborators at Emory University to carry out bioinformatics analysis of gene loci associations; development of one or more mice with altered gene function to explore the impact on glaucomatous damage; writing papers; and assisting with grant preparation. The start date is as soon as possible, with anticipated duration of 2 years. Applicants should have: a PhD in biomechanics, ocular physiology or ocular genetics; experience with use of mice for scientific studies; and strong quantitative and computer skills. Interest and willingness to participate in an interdisciplinary research team is essential.

To apply for either position, please contact Prof. C. Ross Ethier, [email protected], via email using the subject: Ocular Biomechanics Post-Doc. Applicants must include, as a single pdf file, a cover letter with a short statement of purpose, a full resume, and names of three references. Please do not use the "Email Now!" button at the bottom of this advertisement. Instead, please email Prof. Ethier directly. Further information about the lab is available at http://ethier.gatech.edu/
6801| Medical Research Council, Laboratory of Molecular Biology| Research Support Manager/Research Support Officer – Structural Studies| Research Support Manager/Research Support Officer – Structural Studies
Starting Salary £27,355 to £43,520 per annum
Band Salary £27,355 to £53,486 per annum
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge UK

We are looking to recruit an experienced researcher or highly-skilled engineer for a role encompassing research, technical/methods development, and facility support. The successful candidate will undertake independent scientific/technical research into new and improved methods for cryo-electron tomography within the research group of John Briggs. The successful candidate will also implement, optimize and develop methods and instrumentation for cryo-electron tomography within the world-leading electron microscopy facility at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, UK.

The principal aim of John Briggs’ research group is the development and application of electron microscopy methods within a research programme aimed at structural and mechanistic studies of the assembly, maturation and fusion of enveloped viruses and coated vesicles. The principle aim of the EM facility is the development and application of electron cryomicroscopy and tomography in the context of Structural Biology.

The LMB moved into a new building in 2013. The EM facility at LMB includes two Titan Krios microscopes, Polara, Scios dual-beam, two 200kV FEG microscopes and 3 T12/Spirit microscopes. In addition, the EM facility has a suite of associated equipment for sample preparation. The Briggs group is relocating from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory to the LMB.

The successful candidates main duties will include: undertaking independent scientific research aimed at implementing, optimizing and developing new and existing methods for cryo-electron tomography and associated techniques; together with other members of the research group, applying improved methods to research fusion mechanisms of enveloped viruses and coated vesicles; supporting the provision of cryo-electron tomography services and equipment within the EM Facility.

Depending on experience, appointment will be made at MRC Band 3 or 4, for full job descriptions please visit our recruitment website. A relevant PhD degree or an equivalent level of technical experience, excellent communication skills, substantial technical expertise with electron microscopes, and the ability to independently carry out a scientific/technical experimental research programme, are essential.

Working for the MRC provides a whole host of benefits including a final salary pension scheme, Benenden Healthcare membership and excellent holiday entitlement. You will also have access to employee shopping/travel discounts, on site sport and social facilities, as well as salary sacrifice cycle to work schemes and childcare vouchers.
For further information of the research undertaken at the LMB, please visit:
http://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk

To apply and access full details of the vacancy please visit our job board at https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/313. If you are unable to apply online please contact us at [email protected]

Closing date: 18 September 2016.

Final appointments will be subject to a pre employment screening.
The Medical Research Council is an Equal Opportunities Employer, who participates in the Two Ticks Scheme.
1037305| Visionaire Partners| Data Scientist - Recommendations|

Data Scientist - Recommendations

Tremendous opportunity in the Vinings area to showcase your innate ability and passion for data with one of the largest, E-commerce companies in the world!

This newly created, direct-hire position will join the top-notch, highly-valued Product Team of this enterprise organization. They are targeting a motivated, self-starter, who revels in the opportunity to make sense of business data. This position will impact conversion in Real Time! The ideal candidate will be eager for the opportunity to have access to massive data sets to create greenfield algorithms and models from scratch!

Your input will be a key factor in deciding business direction and initiatives, and is the foundation of a new practice within this growing organization! Enjoy a casual dress code, flexible work hours, with a well-funded company that has a start-up feel.

Responsibilities:

  • Prototype and develop scalable and robust algorithms using massive data sets to power data-driven products and decisions.
  • Perform advanced data/predictive modelling, text mining, data mining, regression, cluster analysis, customer segmentation, forecasting, A/B testing, hypothesis testing, etc to unearth key metrics that define success.
  • Build, create, model, analyze, and present data and statistical findings to generate insights and recommendations.
  • Collaborate with other engineers, data scientists, and product/business stakeholders.

Required Skills:

  • 3+ years of experience with statistics, data models, data mining, and data analysis.
  • 1+ year of data science and machine learning experience.
  • 1+ year of experience utilizing a big data platform such as SAS, Hadoop, Cassandra, Spark, etc.
  • Master's in Statistics, Math, Computer Science, Economics/Econometrics, Physics, or related.

Preferred Skills:

  • Digital, Marketing, or eCommerce experience.
  • PhD.

.*Candidate must CURRENTLY be in the US.

6799| University of Oxford, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine| Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Cardiovascular Medicine| THIS IS A RE-ADVERTISEMENT. PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY.

We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral research assistant to work under the supervision of Associate Professor Ellie Tzima to gain a mechanistic understanding of how the mechanical stimulus of blood flow impacts cardiovascular function. You will become part of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine based at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, Oxford.
You will have a PhD/DPhil/MD in a relevant discipline and carry out independent research in Vascular Mechanotransduction. You will have experience in cell biology, molecular biology, tissue culture and microscopy as well as proven skills in murine microsurgery and, preferably, in vivo models of haemodynamics.

Your main duties will involve managing your own academic research activities as well as developing new scientific techniques and experimental protocols. Previous experience of contributing to publications and presentations is essential and you will provide guidance to less experienced members of the research group. You will need to be well organised, with excellent communication skills and capable of working in a multidisciplinary team as well as independently.

This full time appointment is available immediately. The project is funded by The Wellcome Trust and is fixed term for 3 years in the first instance.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a supporting statement and a copy of your CV as part of your online application. To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and person specification, please click on the link below.

Only applications received before midday on Friday 16th September 2016 can be considered.

Interviews are anticipated to take place in the week commencing 3rd October 2016.


The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
6818| University of Edinburgh, School of Biological Sciences| Postdoctoral Research Associate| Postdoctoral Research Associate
College of Science and Engineering
School of Biological Sciences
£31,656 - £37,768 per annum
Vacancy Ref: 037088
We are seeking an enthusiastic postdoctoral researcher to work on a BBSRC-funded project that seeks to understand for the first time how light signalling and carbon metabolism are coupled to growth and development in the model plant Arabidopsis. This exciting project builds directly on novel findings showing that light activated phytochrome sensors do not simply control growth through molecular signalling, as previously thought, they also control the availability of resources for growth.
For further information, please contact Prof. Karen Halliday via [email protected]
This post is full time and fixed term for 24 months.
The post is available from 1st October 2016.
Closing Date: Thursday 22nd September 2016 at 5pm (GMT)
For further particulars and to apply for this post please click on the 'apply' button below
https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=037088
Halliday Lab for more information please visit the following http://hallidaylab.bio.ed.ac.uk/
1037268| RM IT Professional Resources AG| IT Business Analyst/Developer|

IT Business Analyst/Developer with web interfaces and data analytic experience wanted for our Zurich based client in the banking sector.

Your experience/skills:

  • Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree along with strong data analytics experience preferably within a banking environment
  • Expertise in JSON/REST/SOA/WSDL/Hadoop and Kafka along with excellent knowledge of Java, WebServices, Scala and Python
  • Solid working experience with NoSQL - MongoDB/Cassandra and Samza/Spark/storm
  • Experience in building a product in a very quick manner as well as strong business analytical skills
  • Languages: fluent English both written and spoken

Your tasks:

  • Developing a web service that integrates a 3rd party with the company, which enables the company and the 3rd party to exchange services on global level
  • Supporting the team to establish a control room that oversees the data flowing through the aforementioned web service integration layer
  • Assisting the team to control and improve the flow from a technical perspective and evolve business insights based on the data flowing through the integration layer

Start: 09/2016
Duration: 12MM++
Location: Zurich, Switzerland
Ref.Nr.: BH9421

Does that sound interesting? Does that sound like a challenging opportunity to you? Then take the next step and send us your CV as a Word Document and a daytime contact telephone number.

Due to work permit restrictions we can unfortunately only consider applications from EU or Swiss citizens as well as current work-permit holders for Switzerland.

Going the extra mile

New to Switzerland? In case of successful placement, we support you with:

  • All administrative questions
  • Finding an apartment
  • Health - and social insurance
  • Work permit and much more

6769| University of Geneva, Department of Physical Chemistry| The fundamental mechanism of mechanosensitive polymer activation by peptides| Postdoc/PhD Positions in Physical Chemistry/ Biophysics

In the Department of Physical Chemistry, University of Geneva, Switzerland, we have an opening for postdoc/PhD positions in the area of physical chemistry/biophysics.

Project description
Cell membranes are the first cell component that experiences signals from the outer world. Forces applied on the cell membranes, among other signals such as ligand binding or light, are the key activator for many processes. However, to date there is no direct way to measure the local molecular forces applied to the lipid bilayer membranes quantitatively. In this project, we study local forces that peptides apply to lipid bilayers by incorporating a mechanochromic polymer, polydiacetylene, within the hydrophobic tails of the lipid bilayers as a force sensor. Polydiacetylene emits fluorescence when external forces altered the conformation of the polymer. It is known to react upon peptide binding, but its fundamental activation mechanism is not known. The project aims to combine fluorescence microscopy, atomic microscopy, electron microscopy, and different spectroscopy techniques to clarify how peptides apply forces to the polymer for its activation.

Qualifications
Prerequisites are masters or diploma (or PhD in case of postdoc) in fields such as physics, physical chemistry and material science. Highly-motivated young scientists who are interested in pursuing a research career would be encouraged to apply. Starting date is flexible. The selection procedure starts as soon as we received qualified candidates till the position is filled.

How to apply
For general information, please visit our website http://www.unige.ch/sciences/chifi/sugiharalab/. If you would like to apply, please send an application including (1) Motivation letter, (2) Your complete CV, (3) Full contact information of two professional references with phone and email. The entire application material should be sent as a single email to [email protected]
6806| TU Delft| Post-doc: Hybrid PET/MRI for Diagnosis of Breast Cancer| Faculty/department Applied Sciences
Level PhD degree
Maximum employment 38 hours per week (1 FTE)
Duration of contract 3 years
Salary scale €3044 to €3997


Applied Sciences
The Faculty of Applied Sciences is the largest faculty of TU Delft, with around 550 scientists, a support staff of 250 and 1,800 students. The faculty conducts fundamental, application-oriented research and offers scientific education at the bachelor, master and doctoral levels. The faculty is active in the fields of Life and Health Science & Technology, Nanoscience, Chemical Engineering, Radiation Science & Technology, and Applied Physics.

The Reactor Institute Delft (RID) and the research department Radiation Science and Technology (RST) jointly form the Dutch national centre for academic research and education on the production and use of ionising radiation. The department's research programme focuses on applications related to health and sustainable energy.

The research and education of the Radiation and Isotopes for Health (RIH) section focuses on the use of radiation and radioisotopes in the health sciences, in particular on the development of innovative approaches for the application of radiation and isotopes in medical imaging and therapy. To this end, RIH performs research on new production pathways and applications of radioisotopes, on the in-vivo imaging of radionuclides for medical diagnosis and research, and on the development of new methods and instrumentation for clinical therapy and diagnosis.

Job description
Breast cancer remains the most lethal form of cancer in women. Positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are key medical imaging modalities in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In the HYPMED project, a novel, hybrid PET/MRI system for the early diagnosis and targeted treatment of breast cancer will be developed. The HYPMED consortium consists of European universities, companies, and academic hospitals, who will jointly carry out the technical development and clinical testing of the novel device. The HYPMED PET/RF insert will enable transforming any clinical MRI system into a dedicated PET/MRI device that will detect even the smallest tumors and provide better estimates on their biological aggressiveness.

Requirements
We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative physicist motivated to push limits in medical imaging instrumentation in close collaboration with colleagues from other institutions. Requirements include a PhD in (Applied) Physics and an affinity for experimental physics, instrumentation development, data acquisition and analysis. Excellent English and communication skills are requested. You should possess a pro-active, independent, problem-solving, and result-oriented work attitude. Project management experience is a plus. You are expected to publish and participate in international conferences.

Conditions of employment
The TU Delft offers a customisable compensation package, a discount for health insurance and sport memberships, and a monthly work costs contribution. Flexible work schedules can be arranged. An International Children’s Centre offers child care and an international primary school. Dual Career Services offers support to accompanying partners. Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities.

Information and application
For more information about this position, please contact Dr. Dennis Schaart, e-mail: [email protected] To apply, please e-mail a detailed CV, publication list, diplomas, names and contact details of three references and a letter of application by 30 September 2016 to Dr. Schaart, [email protected]
When applying for this position, please refer to vacancy number TNWRST16-042.
6789| National Physics Laboratory| Higher Research Scientist - Quantum Photonics| The UK’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) sits at the intersection between scientific discovery and real world application. One of the top three National Measurement Institutes (NMIs) in the world, we now have a regional presence and strategic relationships with Surrey and Strathclyde Universities. Our expertise and original research have benefited UK citizens and the UK economy for over a century.

Quantum information technologies based on individual photons are now reaching the marketplace. NPL is leading the development of metrological techniques and standards to quantify the performance of quantum photonic components and systems; a principal example is quantum key distribution. This involves accurate and precise characterisation of optical sources, components and detectors at the single-photon level. Through collaborations with industrial partners and EU national measurement institutes, NPL has developed this capability for traceable calibration of quantum photonic hardware.

NPL is an active industrial partner in the UK Quantum Communications Hub, whereby this expertise is available to technology developers in partner research groups. A vacancy exists for a physicist or engineer to work on this research and development programme.

Aspects of the role include:

• Working with internationally-leading industrial and academic collaborators
• Designing and constructing robust experimental apparatus
• Conducting rigorous experimental investigations
• Diligent recording, analysis and interpretation of data
• Designing and testing of software for experimental control and data analysis
• Presentation of results at scientific/technical meetings and conferences

Requirements:-

• Minimum PhD (or a similar level of experience) in experimental physics or related engineering research.
• Excellent problem-solver, with record of achievement & innovation in an R&D environment.
• Knowledge and understanding of single-photon technologies and related applications.
• Experimental experience in quantum optics, with demonstrably sound understanding of the subject.
• Track record of conference presentations and peer-reviewed publications on quantum optics.
• Experience of photonic components (lasers, optical fibres, modulators, detectors) for applications in the single-photon regime
• Skilled in the use of software for instrumentation control and data analysis
• Must be able to work as part of an interdisciplinary project team, within a wider research group, and as a collaborator to external partners.

This role is initially for a period of 2 years.

Based in a unique, purpose-built research environment, we are located in beautiful surroundings on the edge of Bushy Park, south-west London with a host of onsite facilities. These include a subsidised crèche, restaurant, free parking and our own sports and social club.

NPL Management Limited is committed to supporting its people to develop both personally and professionally and is committed to equal opportunities. NPL Management Limited is a Stonewall Diversity Champion and an Institute of Physics Project Juno Supporter.
1037301| Provide Consulting Ltd| Data Scientist|

Data Scientist
Exeter

Do you have a passion for data science? Are you an analytical person with an investigative mind set? Do you want to work as a data scientist for an exciting organisation where you can work across a spectrum of amazing projects? Then read below, this may be the job you have been looking for.

An ambitious new technology company in Exeter is undergoing significant expansion; they are seeking a number of Data Scientists who is highly skilled in Data Analytics, Machine Learning and Computer Science to deliver on a complex, interconnected set of projects that will impact on the daily lives of ordinary people. By bringing together an understanding of data, technology and finance to the challenges that all urban areas face, they will enable cities to achieve sustainable growth, decarbonise, reduce congestion and improve the health of their citizens. Their long-term vision will transform the city of Exeter into a smart, sustainable and successful city of the future by harnessing pioneering technology and intelligent data analytics to tackle transport, energy and health challenges while stimulating economic development and business growth.

The successful data scientists will need:
* A first class degree in a numerical/analytical field, ideally with a PhD in a related discipline
* To be comfortable programming in at least one language (Python, Java, C++, etc.)
* Experience in analysing large data sets using R, Python, SAS, SPSS, Matlab, Hadoop, Spark, Scala, Hive, Pig or SQL
* To be familiar with modelling, mining, and analysis methods

You will be compensated with a very generous salary whilst working in an award-winning office that boasts stunning views over Dartmoor. On site facilities include an all-weather outdoor pitch for netball, football and tennis, an on-site gym offering regular fitness classes, a pool table, a 2012 Olympic table tennis table and a café serving delicious, local, and organic food - all free for employees!

Relocation allowance is available

6805| University Medical Center Groningen, The European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing ERIBA| Postdocs in single cell computational genomics, epigenomics and transcriptomics| Postdocs in single cell computational genomics, epigenomics and transcriptomics

The European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing (ERIBA)
University Medical Center Groningen

The European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing (ERIBA) is a newly established institute at the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG). The central theme at the ERIBA is the molecular mechanism of (cellular) ageing. We aim to identify physiological and molecular changes that can explain the loss of cells and functional decline of cells and tissues with age. For this, we make use of state of the art technology and a variety of model organisms. Furthermore, we heavily invest in Systems Biology to integrate our findings in the various mechanisms of ageing that have been proposed. The ERIBA is housed in a brand new building and part of the central UMCG campus in central Groningen, a small (200,000 inhabitants) but vibrant city (with over 25,000 students) in the north of the Netherlands.

Job description
Background:
Many important questions in biology require measurements of small cell numbers, or even single cells. This is the case, for example, in studies of early embryogenesis, in the analysis of rare cell types, or in the analysis of very heterogeneous samples such as malignant tumors. In the last few years new technologies have emerged that enable genome-wide measurements of both the genome, the epigenome and the transcriptome of small number of cells and even single cells. Single-cell sequencing allows studies of the DNA of an individual cell, while Strand-Seq permits the sequencing of the template strands from a single cell. At the epigenomic level, the measurement of genome-wide DNA methylation is possible for a single cell with single cell bisulfite sequencing (sc-BS-seq), while the measurement of the genome-wide localization of different histone modifications is now possible for a few hundred cells using chromatin immunoprecipitation followed by sequencing (ChIP-seq). Finally, single cell transcriptomics allows for the sequencing of the RNA of a single cell, and single cell sequencing and single cell bisulfite sequencing can be combined with single cell RNA sequencing in the same cell.
The two postdoc positions will be hosted at the Quantitative Epigenetics group, lead by Dr. Maria Colome-Tatche. Dr. Colome-Tatche has a double appointment between the ERIBA and the Institute of Computational Biology at the Helmholz Zentrum München (Germany). The postdoc applicants will integrate the research team of Dr. Colome-Tatche at ERIBA and will contribute to the building of a collaboration between ERIBA and the Helmholtz Zentrum München.
During the postdoc project you will work in the development of algorithms and pipelines for the analysis of single cell genomic data (SNP calling, copy number variation calling), single cell Strand-seq data (sister chromatid exchange calling, correlation with single cell gene expression), single cell and low input epigenomic data (sc-BS-seq, low input ChIP-seq) and bulk sequencing data (whole genome sequencing, whole genome BS-seq, ChIP-seq). You will also contribute to the analysis of data generated by several experimental collaborators both at ERIBA and at the University Medical Centre Groningen, as well as internationally.

What do we ask
The Postdoc applications should have the following requirements:
- Highly motivated with a proven track record of previous research in bioinformatics and epigenetics.
- A PhD degree in Bioinformatics or related field.
- Experience with next generation sequencing data and with epigenetic data.
- Demonstrated ability to function in a team.

The UMCG has a preventive Hepatitis B policy. You may be required to build up sufficient protection against Hepatitis B before you can be appointed. Vaccination is provided by the UMCG if necessary.

What do we offer
Maximum salary amount € 4.152,- gross per month (scale 10) depending on your qualifications and experience, based on a full-time position.
In addition, the UMCG will offer you 8% holiday pay, an 8.3% end-of-year bonus and a development budget. The terms of employment comply with the Collective Labour Agreement for Medical Centers (CAO-UMC).
Duration of the contract: One year with possibility for extension.

Information
For applications or more information see http://www.eriba.umcg.nl or contact Dr. Maria Colome-Tatche, Team leader Quantitative Epigenetics.
Email: [email protected] (please do not use for applications)

Links
ERIBA
http://eriba.umcg.nl/

Applying for a job
Please use the digital application form at the foot of the vacancy on our website: www.werken.umcg.nl or http://ow.ly/gzlK303jlJM
Full applications including a motivation letter, your resume and two contacts for reference letters will receive full consideration if received before 26 September 2016.
Immediately after sending the digital application form you will receive an email- confirmation with further information.
1037264| Randstad (Schweiz) AG| Hybrid Role: Developer Business Analyst|

To solve these very versatile challenges, we are looking for exceptional character!

Scope of the project

We are building a prototype lab team within the Global Operations Solution Delivery (GOSD) organization.

This team will initially have the goal to develop two things:

  • A web service that integrates a 3rd party with the company. Through this integration layer, the 3rd party will be able to request a number of services on a global level, such as getting anonymized position data from the company as well as pushing back orders.
  • A control room that oversees the data flowing through the aforementioned web service integration layer. This control room will enable the company to properly control and optimize the flow from a technical perspective as well as derive valuable business insights based on the data flowing through the integration layer.

You Offer

  • Can to think outside the circle
  • Have a deep technical knowledge on web interfaces and data analytics
  • Have very strong problem-solving skills
  • Grasp new areas very quickly
  • Are strong business analyst
  • Have the mindset and ideally experience to build a product in a very quick manner (rapid prototyping)
  • Are strong communicators -in English

From a technical perspective, we are ideally looking for individuals that can tick most of the below boxes:

  • Strong data analytics experience and knowledge - ideally certified (eg Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree/)
  • JSON/REST/SOA/WSDL/
  • Hadoop/kafka/
  • NoSQL - MongoDB/Cassandra/
  • samza/Spark/storm/
  • Java
  • WebServices
  • Nice to have: Machine Learning/Deep Learning experience and knowledge - ideally certified (eg Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree/)
  • Scala/Python

We Offer

A great opportunity to grow with an International and reputable organization that offers an exciting working environment.

If you fit the specification, please apply!

Good to know you!

6776| North West Doctoral Training Centre| North West Doctoral Training Centre Global Challenges Research Fund Postdoctoral Fellowships| The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the North West Doctoral Training Centre (NWDTC) are pleased to announce a call for Postdoctoral Fellowships as part of the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF).

The ESRC GCRF Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme provides a career development opportunity for those at a relatively early stage of their academic career who can demonstrate great potential in social science research, with an international development focus. These awards form a key part of ESRC’s strategy to achieve the aims of GCRF and to promote excellence in UK social science capacity-building.

The NWDTC is one of five Doctoral Training Centres who have been invited to administer a one year ESRC GCRF Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme. The NWDTC were chosen as partners due to their longstanding commitment to supporting postgraduate training with an international development focus, and due to demonstrable research strength in this area.

For more information, including details of how to apply, please see our website: http://www.nwdtc.ac.uk/gcrf/

ELIGIBILITY

Please note that this opportunity is only open to candidates who undertook their PhD at the NWDTC (Lancaster University, University of Liverpool or University of Manchester).

At the time of application, applicants must either have a PhD or have passed their viva voce with only minor corrections.

The awards are restricted to those with no more than three years active postdoctoral experience at the start date of the award.
6804| Oregon Health and Science University, Knight Cancer Institute Department of Hematology and Oncology| Postdoctoral Research Position in the laboratory of Dr. Brian Druker| Outstanding applicants are invited to apply for a Postdoctoral Research position in the Department of Hematology and Oncology within the Knight Cancer Institute. The laboratory of Dr. Brian Druker is seeking a highly motivated individual to perform research on projects focused on the discovery and validation of new therapeutic targets in hematologic malignancies. Projects will involve the molecular characterization of somatic changes and aberrant signaling pathways underlying disease pathogenesis. Candidates are expected to have a PhD or MD/PhD and substantial experience in molecular biology, biochemical techniques, and in vivo studies. In addition to wet lab capabilities the optimal candidate will also have experience in working with large annotated datasets. A basic understanding of genomic analyses methods and/or use of computational methods for identifying common mutations and activated pathways would be highly valuable. Excellent written and oral presentation skills are essential. Candidates should have demonstrated their capabilities and enthusiasm by peer-reviewed publications and should be willing to guide and supervise students as well as other lab members. We are looking for an enthusiastic individual who is capable and willing to make maximum use of excellent facilities and a productive environment.
1037262| Michael Bailey Associates - Zurich| Hybrid Java developer with BA skills|

For our banking client in Zurich, we are looking for a

Hybrid Java developer with BA skills or BA with very good Java knowledge/experience

Start: ASAP

Duration: 12 months

Location: Zurich

If you can say yes to most skills/experience below, please contact us for more information

  • Can to think outside the box
  • Do you have a deep technical knowledge on web interfaces and data analytics
  • Do you have very strong problem-solving skills
  • Are you good in grasping new areas very quickly
  • Are strong business analyst
  • Do you have the mindset and ideally experience to build a product in a very quick manner (rapid prototyping)
  • Are you a fluent communicator and do you have good presentations skills
  • Do you have strong data analytics experience and knowledge - ideally certified (eg Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree/)
  • You know where these abbreviations stand for: JSON/REST/SOA/WSDL/Hadoop/kafka/NoSQL - MongoDB/Cassandra/samza/Spark/storm/
  • Your are experienced with Java and WebServices
  • Nice to have would be Machine Learning/Deep Learning experience and knowledge - ideally certified (eg Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree/)
  • Scala/Python/

Michael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

6822| Dublin City University, School of Electronic Engineering| Postdoctoral Researcher| Dublin City University (DCU) is one of the largest universities in Ireland. Its student population is approximately 13,000, including 500 research postgraduates and over 1,800 taught postgraduate students, plus around 3,000 distance education students. DCU is a research-led university which has developed its own research specialists, established internationally recognized centres of excellence that have substantive collaborative links with leading universities and industrial partners.

The Performance Engineering Laboratory (PEL) at DCU is a research group which aims at developing performance-based solutions for next generation information and communication technology (ICT) systems. The research carried out in this lab combines engineering research in the areas of Mobile and Wireless Communications, Quality-aware Multimedia Delivery, Adaptive E-learning and Energy-aware Networking. These all reflect the synergy between electronics, informatics and software engineering in the development of ICT in the 21st century. Researchers from different cultural backgrounds, including: Ireland, Romania, China, Brazil and Bosnia and Herzegovina, are working together and sharing their valuable expertise with each other and industry partners. PEL at DCU has various collaborations with major multinational companies such as Ericsson, IBM, Microsoft, Samsung, and Disney Research and with Irish SMEs such as Citadel 100, Everseen, Openmind Networks and Wowfli. The alumnus of this lab have top research, development or management positions worldwide including Ireland, UK, Korea, China, India and Vietnam.

The Project
NEWTON is a large scale European-funded international project which involves 14 partners from
7 countries. NEWTON will develop, integrate and disseminate innovative technology-enhanced learning (TEL) methods and tools, to create new or inter-connect existing state-of-the art teaching labs and to build a pan-European learning network platform that supports fast dissemination of learning content to a wide audience in a ubiquitous manner. NEWTON focuses on employing novel technologies in order to increase learner quality of experience, improve learning process and increase learning outcome. The NEWTON project goals are to:
• Develop and deploy a set of new TEL mechanisms involving multi-modal and multi-
sensorial media distribution
• Develop, integrate, deploy and disseminate state of the art technology-enhanced
teaching methodologies including augmented reality, gamification and self-directed
learning addressed to users from secondary and vocational schools, third level and further education, including students with physical disabilities

• Build a large platform that links all stakeholders in education, enables content reuse, supports generation of new content, increases content exchange in diverse forms, develops and disseminates new teaching scenarios, and encourages new innovative businesses
• Perform personalisation and adaptation for content, delivery and presentation in order to
increase learner quality of experience and to improve learning process
• Validate the platform impact and the effectiveness of the teaching scenarios in terms of
user satisfaction, improvement of the learning and teaching experience, etc. and the
underlying technology through an European-wide real-life pilot

The primary focus of the Postdoctoral Researcher (PDR) will be performing research on the EU- funded project NEWTON; however PDR’s activity will be broader and the PDR is expected to:

• Conduct a specified programme of research under the supervision and direction of the Principal Investigator

• Engage in appropriate training and professional development opportunities as required by the Principal Investigator, School or University in order to develop research skills and competencies

• Gain experience and contribute to grant writing with the support of and under the supervision of the Principal Investigator

• Engage in the dissemination of the results of the research in which they are engaged, as directed by, with the support of and under the supervision of the Principal Investigator.

• Acquire generic and transferable skills (including project management, business skills and postgraduate mentoring/supervision)

• Engage in the wider research and scholarly activities of the research group, School or University

• Interact closely with postgraduate research students associated with the same research group and possibly have an agreed role in supporting these students in their day to day research in conjunction with an academic supervisor

• Take leadership and contribute to generation of papers, reports and funding proposals.

• Actively publish research findings in high impact journals and at key conferences as part of the research group effort to disseminate research outputs

• Carry out administrative work to support the programme of research where required, including regular funding agency reports and internal reports etc…

• Carry out additional duties as may reasonably be required within the general scope and level of the post
• Contribute to costing research grant proposals and assist in the financial m anagement of a research project

• Support collaboration with industry in areas relevant to the research group

• Liaise with different DCU units such as STEP, RIS, Finance, Registry in aspects related to the research activities performed

• Contribute to broader outreach and engagement activities such as organising technical meetings, outreach to schools and other interested parties etc…
1037300| Provide Consulting Ltd| Computer Vision Research Engineer|

Research Engineer
Oxford
£45,000 - £70,000

Are you a Computer Vision Engineer who enjoys doing great work that will change the world? Do you want to have your ideas turned into patents and papers and grow your skills in a company where personal development and growth is a high priority? An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Computer Vision Research Engineer to research and develop new algorithms for a medical device software product that turns cameras into health monitors, enabling video from cameras to read the vital signs (eg Heart Rate and Respiratory Rate) of people that the camera can see.

You will have the chance to research and develop new algorithms, design and run your own experiments and get to include your new algorithms in the final software product in an environment that allows access leading edge tools, equipment, software and many Peta Bytes of research data. The Computer Vision Research Engineer will collaborate with other researchers and software engineers through an environment that encourages sharing of ideas, challenges and in planning new work.

It is essential that the successful Computer Vision Research Engineer has a PhD, PostDoc or equivalent industrial research skills in Computer Vision, specialising in video analysis (eg face or limb tracking) as well as experience of

* Signal processing of time varying signals
* Machine Learning
* MATLAB/Octave or R and associated appropriate toolboxes and libraries

It would be highly beneficial for the Computer Vision Research Engineer to have
* Cross platform C++ 11/14 programming and/or Boost, STL and OpenCV
* Experience of Vision systems, cameras and illumination
* Exposure to test driven design/development with code quality and agile tools

1037275| Eliza Jennings| Director of Nursing|

Eliza Jennings, a nationally recognized leader in person-centered care, is seeking a full time Director of Nursing, at its Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Community, located on the Westside of Cleveland.

This position is responsible for the overall management of all nursing operations including but not limited to managing the provision of nursing care on the long term care units in accordance with professional standards of practice, physician orders, network policies and procedures and state and federal regulations to assure resident needs are met. The ideal candidate will possess a high degree of interpersonal relations skills, strong judgment, initiative, a cooperative work ethic with the ability to work with multiple constituents and function as a team player. Not-for-profit and union experience is preferred.

Requirements include:

  • Excellent knowledge of state and federal regulations.
  • Registered Nurse with current Ohio license.
  • 3-5 years of experience as a Director of Nursing in a comparably sized community.

We welcome the opportunity to meet you and discuss your interest in joining our team of professionals.

Please submit your summary of qualifications and salary requirements to:

Basabi Ratnaparkhi, PhD

Executive Director

Cleveland, OH 44102

(see below)

Eliza Jennings is proud to be an 8 time winner of the NorthCoast 99 Award honoring us as a Top Workplace in Northeast Ohio!

1037288| MDJ Medical Ltd| Dentist Orthodontist|

Dentist / Orthodontist required for prestigious dental centres in Riyadh Saudi Arabia

Client: A specialised health care company who own and manage a group of prestigious dental centres in Riyadh - Saudi Arabia.

They are looking to recruit dentists with the following profile:

Oral surgery: Master or PhD degree with American board or British fellowship
Pediatric dentist: Either male or female
Endodontist: Female only
Prosthodontist: Female only
Salary:
Specialists: 20000 SAR - 35000 SAR
Consultants: 30000 SAR - 45000 SAR

FUNCTIONS :

- To manage and direct all medical aspects of the clinic.

- To work closely with the Director of Buisness Operations and report to the Board of Directors.

- To oversee medical staff.

- To establish ancillary care as needed by the patients.

- To perform comprehensive on-site dental services.

- To use modern portable equipment and examine patients regularly.

- To identify potential problems through initial and periodic examinations and perform the necessary procedures required.

- Participation in local dental associations.

General Terms

Working hours: 48 hours \ 6 days per week

Accommodation: housing allowance within the salary package

Flights: wife and 2 children

Visa: visa for candidate and family

Medical: includes wife and 2 children

Paid vacation one month salary every 12 working months and tickets mentioned above

If you don't hold a Saudi License or are not based in Saudi Arabia, please note the following points:

- Candidates are required after approval for hiring to perform a prometric exam and data flow ( there are 2 procedures required for gaining a license in Saudi Arabia ). These can be taken online in the country of origin and the cost will be covered by the candidate.

- Costs for any stamps for education certificates or other procedures for visa processing in the country of origin will be covered by the candidate.

- Flights are included in the package but the initial flight to Saudi Arabia will be covered by the candidate.

For further details please send an up to date CV with full contact details to MDJ Medical LTD.

Thank You

6795| CSIRO - Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Agriculture and Food| Postdoctoral Fellowship in Digital Agriculture/Crop and Soil Sensing| • Excellent postdoctoral development opportunity

• Targetted career advancement plan

• Launch you research career at CSIRO – Australian Science, Australia’s Future


The position:

CSIRO Postdoctoral Fellows work closely with leading Research Scientists and carry out innovative, impactful research of strategic importance. They present findings in appropriate publications and at conferences.

The Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Agriculture/Crop and Soil Sensing with CSIRO Agriculture and Food, will deliver to the Intelligent Sensing Project, part of the Future Farm Initiative, part-funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC). The project will link closely with two other projects within the Future Farm Initiative - ‘Intelligent Decisions’ and ‘Intelligent Infrastructure – Automation and Robotics’. The project will focus on the role of sensors for improving farmer nitrogen fertilizer decisions when using Precision Agriculture approaches.

In this highly collaborative role, you will join a team comprising researchers from CSIRO, the University of Sydney, the University of Southern Queensland and Agriculture Victoria. If you have completed PhD studies relevant to this research area (or are soon to finish) and have less than three years of postdoctoral work experience, click on the ‘Position Details’ link (in the ad on CSIRO Careers) for more information and selection criteria. This could be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Apply today!


Location: Waite Campus (Urrbrae) Adelaide, South Australia

Salary: AU $81K to AU $88K plus up to 15.4% superannuation

Tenure: 3 year term

Ref No.: 24223


At CSIRO we invent the future. We do this by using science and technology to solve real issues. Our solutions make a difference to industry, people and the planet. As Australia’s national science agency we’ve been pushing the edge of what’s possible for almost 90 years. Today we have thousands of talented people working across Australia and internationally. Our people work closely with industry and communities to leave a lasting legacy. Collectively, our innovation and excellence places us in the top ten applied research agencies in the world. We Collaborate to Innovate.

Owing to terms of the fellowship, candidates must not have more than 3 years of relevant Postdoctoral experience.

Applications close Sunday 4 September, 2016 (11:59pm AEST)
1037299| Provide Consulting Ltd| Computational Scientist|

Computational Scientist (Electromagnetics)

Do you want to be part of the world's most experienced magnet engineering group? Are you drawn to interesting challenges and problem solving exercises?

If this sounds like you and if you are excited about engineering, understanding how and why things work and want to be part of the solution to many of the World's ills then apply now! Through your involvement in the design and build of MRI scanners and Proton Therapy machines or by participating in frontier-crushing research through the provision of electromagnets for particle accelerators as well as many more exciting things in the pipeline - you could help make a difference.

A leading magnetics company in West Sussex are seeking a Computational Scientist to join them to develop and maintain magnetics design software, as well as to design electromagnets and coil systems using tools such as Opera3D or Ansys.

The successful Computational Scientist will need:
* Physics or Engineering background, ideally educated to PhD level
* Experience of programming in a scientific language such as Python, C, C++, Fortran, etc.

In addition to this an interest in amateur electronics or mechanics would be highly beneficial as there is always an opportunity to get hands-on with the technology!

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing company who are leaders in engineering and science, working on products that will change the world. They have a proven track record of designing, developing and building cutting edge technology for medical imaging, cancer therapy, atomic particle research and clean energy. A generous salary and benefits package awaits the successful applicant, and it could be you!

1037303| CBS butler| Algorithms Developer|

One of the UK's most respected technology companies specializing in developing truly cutting edge, next generation camera and display subsystems are looking for top class Algorithms Developer - Image Signal Processing (ISP) to undertaking algorithm research and development for enhancements to existing ISP products implemented on Embedded processors.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the development and testing of algorithms and software. The position will involve working on the full cycle of algorithm development required to bring the algorithms successfully to market, including working closely with the hardware team and the Image Quality team to test their commercial viability under real world conditions.

Skills:
+ Proven ability to develop (not merely implement) complex image processing algorithms

+ Strong mathematical skills

+ Knowledge of ASIC/FPGA development flow

+ Proven knowledge of ISP related functions including motion estimation

+ Software development in Matlab, C or C++ .

+ Excellent academic qualifications. PhD in a relevant research area (video compression, frame rate conversion, image or video processing) would be useful but is not essential.

Desirable skills:

+ Ability to quantify and make trade-offs between performance, area and power to meet product requirements

+ Ability to evaluate system level memory bandwidth requirements

+ Scripting (Python/Bash/Tcl/Perl) experience useful

+ Knowledge of CMOS sensors would be helpful, but not required

Experience:

+ Experience of algorithms research and development for hardware implementation is essential.

+ Specific experience of algorithms for motion estimation/optical flow required

1037265| Cleveland Metroparks| Research Curator|

Job Description

The Curator of Research plans, directs, and coordinates scientific research within the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, including staff research project development and supervision, recruitment and supervision of research projects by affiliated scientists, conducting independent research, and serving as liaison with area universities in developing cooperative research programs. The Curator of Research also advises graduate students, procures and manages research grants, oversees the zoological endocrinology laboratory, and directs the Zoo's interdisciplinary research program as well as participates as a member of the Zoological Programs Management Team.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Oversees research at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo and assures all scientific studies adhere to the Zoo's research policy and are conducted in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. Reviews, compiles and coordinates reviews by animal care and use committee of internal and external research proposals; coordinates with Zoo staff to organize sample and data collection; trains graduate research associates to assist with data collection, biomaterials shipping, and project review; communicates with project principal investigators regarding project progress; works with Director of Conservation and Science to develop the Zoo's Research Manual and Guidelines; prepares annual research report for Zoo and for AZA.

  • Directs Zoological Endocrinology Laboratory program. Develops and oversees annual budget; develops new tools and techniques to monitor hormones in wildlife and contributes to the science of sustainable population management; uses hormone monitoring and interprets complex hormone graphs to inform animal care staff about reproductive, health and welfare status of animals in Zoo's care and across zoos; trains students and volunteers on endocrine techniques; oversees Endocrinology Lab Manager; develops, funds, and implements single and multi-institutional research proposals.

  • Effectively supervises assigned employees, including the following:

    • Interviews, selects and trains employees;

    • Coaches employees in proper job performance techniques and procedures;

    • Directs work of employees and sets/adjusts hours of work;

    • Maintains records on employee productivity and appraises employees' productivity and efficiency to recommend promotions or other changes in status;

    • Handles employee complaints and disciplines employees when necessary;

    • Apportions work among different employees;

    • Monitors or implements legal compliance measures;

    • Determines the type of materials, supplies, or tools to be used by employees and controls the flow and distribution of materials and supplies; and

    • Provides for the safety of employees and the property of Cleveland Metroparks.

  • Regular and predictable attendance is expected and required. All Cleveland Metroparks employees must be prepared to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays as required.

  • Serves as liaison with universities to increase utilization of the zoo by area students. Serves as adjunct faculty at universities; advises graduate students at universities; facilitates or provides course instruction as needed and facilitates class visits to Cleveland Metroparks Zoo as needed.

  • Fulfills assigned public-oriented responsibilities and responds to inquiries from the public, professionals, and outside organizations pertaining to Zoo research programs. Provides donor tours and participates as featured speaker at Zoo and Zoo Society events and at local universities; responds to email or phone inquiries from principal investigators and the public pertaining to research at the zoo.

  • Coordinates to develop grant proposals and participates in the planning and execution of grants once awarded. Develops innovative ideas and generates preliminary data for grant proposals; writes and submits grant proposals; executes and manages funds and personnel for awarded purpose, completes research project related to award, and disseminates results.

  • Attends conferences and events and engages and educates others. Attends scientific conferences and participates on boards and committees; lectures at local universities, serves as adjunct faculty at universities and advises graduate students; publishes relevant papers; participates in Zoo and Zoo Society-related public and fund raising events by serving as an expert in the field; engages donors by sparking interest in the Zoo's research programs and expertise; meets with visiting conservation partners and scientific collaborators as appropriate.

  • Trains personnel and affiliated students to conduct research. Makes decisions about which students to take on; develops projects and areas of focus; trains students on scientific techniques, time and people management, professional and communication/presentation skills, grant writing, data collection and analysis; meets weekly to monitor progress; completes performance evaluations.

  • Participates in the management and welfare of the Zoo's animal collection. Attends various animal welfare committee and animal management meetings; provides reproductive information and evaluations; serves as a liaison in connection to various research specialists throughout the country; participates in zoo strategic planning and exhibit design.

  • Keeps direct supervisor promptly informed of key/significant issues or concerns.

  • Carries out duties and responsibilities in a safe and efficient manner to maintain a safe work environment and surrounding area for oneself, co-workers and public. Responds to hazardous situations and/or potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action as capable and promptly notifying supervisory personnel.

  • Updates and enhances own knowledge by involvement in continuing education for professional growth (ie, attends relevant conferences, seminars, in-service trainings, and certification programs)

  • Performs related duties as assigned or apparent.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master's degree, PhD preferred, from an accredited college or university in zoology, biology, endocrinology, animal behavior, or related field. Minimum of five years of progressively responsible related experience, including fellowships or college-level teaching experience, or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Experience conducting research in a zoological park preferred.

  • Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license under the laws of the State of Ohio

  • Ability to perform and experience performing enzyme immunoassays (EIA) required and radio immunoassays (RIA) preferred.

  • Proven record of grant development and scientific publication preferred.

  • Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with stakeholders, including employees and the general public.

  • Ability to speak and write clearly, concisely and persuasively using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation with ability to communicate one-on-one or in group settings.

  • Ability to perform work with a high degree of accuracy and organization.

  • Management skills and strong business acumen, including problem solving, vision, ability to manage multiple programs and meet deadlines, collaboration, leadership, decision making and ability to analyze diverse facts and develop clear and concise reports and recommendations.

  • Ability to work cooperatively with others.

  • Proficiency in software programs including all Microsoft Office programs.

  • Mature professional attitude and considerable discretion, including ability to manage confidential information.

  • Ability to perform with considerable independence and initiative.

  • Must be non-smoker/tobacco user.

DATE POSTED: 7/29/16 FILLING DEADLINE: 8/26/16

FULL SALARY RANGE: $70,502-$98,703 annually; Typical Hiring Salary: $70,502-$84,603 annually

TO APPLY: Your cover letter must clearly explain how your skills and experience align with the above job qualifications.

E-mail résumé referencing job #16113

Cleveland Metroparks is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and talented workforce.

1037267| Swisslinx| Java SW Developer, Data Analytics (Hadoop, NoSQL)|

Java SW Developer, Data Analytics (Hadoop, NoSQL)

For our client, one of the most instantly recognisable brands in the banking sector worldwide, Swisslinx are looking for a dynamic Software Developer and with strong knowledge of web interfaces and data analytics to join a newly created team for a 12 month rolling contract in Zurich starting ASAP with a strong potential for extension

As the successful candidate you to support a new project running for the next two years as part of a prototype lab.

Working in a small team of highly qualified individuals the project has two goals:

- Creation of a web service that integrates a 3rd party with the bank. Through this integration layer, the 3rd party will be able to request a number of services on a global level, such as getting anonymised position data from the bank as well as pushing back orders internally

- A control room that oversees the data flowing through the aforementioned web service integration layer. This control room will enable the bank to properly control and optimize the flow from a technical perspective as well as derive valuable business insights based on the data flowing through the integration layer.

As the ideal candidate you will bring a versatile technical skill set and strong academic qualifications and fulfil as many of the following requirements as possible:

- Strong data analytics experience and knowledge - ideally certified (eg Master/PhD/Udacity nanodegree/)

- Proven experience building web services, ideally with Java

- Good experience with JSON, REST, SOA etc

- Knowledge of Hadoop or kafka

- Experience with NoSQL - MongoDB/Cassandra

- Familiarity with samza/Spark/storm/

- Machine Learning/Deep Learning experience and knowledge nice to have

- Knowledge of Scala or Python strongly beneficial

- Strong very strong problem-solving skills and ability to think outside the box

- Strong communication skills in English and desire to work with business users

Applications from recent university graduates are also welcome as well.

1037282| Johnson & Johnson / Janssen Pharmaceutica| Senior IT Manager, Enterprise Architecture, Research|

Senior IT Manager, Enterprise Architecture, Research

Job Description


Johnson&Johnson Family of Companies is currently recruiting for a Senior IT Manager, Enterprise Architecture for Research to join their IT Enterprise Architecture group. This position's primary location will be Spring House, PA with consideration of other locations in Titusville, NJ; Raritan, NJ; or Beerse, Belgium. This position will require 25% domestic and international travel.


Johnson&Johnson Family of Companies, caring for the world, one person at a time has inspired and united the people of Johnson&Johnson for 125 years. We embrace research and science -- bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people. Employees of the Johnson&Johnson Family of Companies work with partners in health care to touch the lives of over a billion people every day, throughout the world.

With $74.3 billion in 2014 sales, Johnson&Johnson is the world's most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. The more than 250 Johnson&Johnson operating companies employ approximately 119,000 people in 60 countries throughout the world.

Thriving on a diverse company culture, celebrating the uniqueness of our employees and committed to inclusion. Proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

The Senior IT Manager, Enterprise Architecture for Research will:

  • Partner with Research&Development IT teams to assess options for delivery of critical capabilities needed to support team science
  • Update the vision for Research compute infrastructure at Janssen in partnership with Research IT, cloud and J&J internal infrastructure providers and external super-compute centers
  • Participate in J&J Federated Enterprise Architecture work streams and key R&D Communities of Practice
  • Partner with Research IT on closing known capability gaps and strategic IT vulnerabilities and places of ambiguity (data management, data integration, data security)
  • Drive research data transparency, traceability and integration through architecture
  • Perform strategic monitoring of the radars of medical technology and information technology to:
    • ensure the requisite IT capabilities are in place to support what is to come
    • drive innovation at the intersections of medical technology and information technology
    • understand disruptors and their impact to Research computing

Qualifications
  • A minimum of a Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) with a focused degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, Chemistry, Biology, Engineering or Mathematics is required.
  • A Master's or Advanced Degree (PhD, Pharm D or MD) is preferred.
  • A minimum of 8 years' experience in IT, including solution design in the research computing domain is required.
  • Familiarity with pharmaceutical research capabilities, processes and technology trends is also required.
  • Data architecture and integration experience strongly preferred.
  • Proven agent of change: demonstrated ability to influence strategic thinking and negotiate both horizontally and vertically to drive delivery of IT capabilities critical to the research strategy is required.

Primary Location
United States-Pennsylvania-Spring House
Other Locations
North America-United States-New Jersey-Titusville, North America-United States-New Jersey-Raritan, Europe/Middle East/Africa-Belgium-Antwerp-Beerse
Organization
Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc (6062)
Job Function
Architecture

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