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Subject Matter Expert Credit Risk Stress Testing
ITech Consult AG is a certified ISO 9001/9008 Swiss company with offices also located in Germany, Great Britain and Ireland. ITech Consult is specialised in delivering ICT candidates for contract work. We were founded in 1997 by IT professionals; hence we well understand what it means to be professionally supported in your search for a new project and being employed.
Reference #: 915903NC
Role: Subject Matter Expert Credit Risk Stress Testing
Location: Zurich Region
Duration: Till 31.01.2017 and extension possible.
The role is to establish appropriate leadership and coordination of credit risk stress testing results which feed into firm wide stress testing analysis. The role would also take a lead on establishing market risk methodology feeding into Ad-hoc scenario analysis. The role would be a critical component of the challenger function analysing CRM results feeding to BoD and FINMA as part of FWST.
Is critical to fulfil the following FINMA regulatory commitments:
- Coordinate and manage stress testing model inventory Book of Work for CRM.
- Development of stress testing methodology which would enable execution of ad-hoc scenarios. This is also a critical CARMC/BOD requirement to enable ERM to respond to ad-hoc scenario requests in timely manner with sufficient degree of confidence.
- Build out of challenge function, as committed to FINMA as part of C01 FWST initiative.
- Presenting methodology developments along with impact analysis to senior management. The key stakeholders would be the regulator as well as Board and senior management.
- The job entails working on stress testing methodology focused on credit risk. The results of stress testing would also feed into internal risk appetite/limit setting process and hence successful candidate would be expected to further integrate stress testing results with business decision making process.
- Developing and improving existing credit risk stress testing methodology for lending and counterparty exposures.
- Working closely with Credit Risk modelling team to understand and provide effective challenge to approaches developed by the team. This is the most challenging part of the role as there is a lot of scope for creativity and out of the box thinking to come up with innovative solutions.
- Coming up with alternative challenger approaches to benchmark results driven by the primary models developed by Credit Risk modelling team.
- Good understanding of complex investment banking products/risks.
- Solid understanding of credit stress testing methodology, especially for lending books and counterparty credit risk.
- Successfully developed/enhanced credit stress testing methodology.
- Capable of delivering results under strict deadlines.
- Excellent verbal and written communication in English.
- Degree in finance with quantitative background such as PhD would be preferred.
- 7 to 10 years' experience of having worked in a credit risk function, focused on corporate and retail loans/over the Counter derivatives/SFTs.
- Excellent financial modelling skills with a strong quantitative background.
Candidate Value Proposition:
- The successful candidate would be involved in an exciting opportunity in a new part of the bank. The new role has been created to address the growing demands of credit stress testing within our client.
- There is substantial scope for creativity for the candidate to be involved in building new credit stress testing approaches and challenging the existing approaches.
- The role offers the candidate to work closely with senior management as this is a high profile function within the bank. Candidate will be involved in reviewing deliverables which are shared with senior management and Board of Directors, as well as regulators.
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Java Architect - 10969
Location: Irving, TX 75038
Position Type: Direct Hire
Salary: Up to $125,000
ABOUT THE POSITION
GTN is looking for a solution driven Software Architect who can help propel our client's products and services into the next generation. We require a motivated individual who can understand the challenges we face and can work with stakeholders to implement solid solutions to business problems. As a Software Architect you must be an innovator, communicator, solution focused, and hands on with development. Above all else you must be able to T.H.I.N.K that is say what is True, Helpful, Important, Necessary and Kind.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- As a Software Architect you're not only responsible for developing the solution blueprint but also for hands-on implementation of it
- Ensure development teams are provided with the necessary technical guidance to build smart, flexible and scalable solutions in a timely manner
- Provide leadership in all areas of the development process, including planning, design, implementation and delivery
- Develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of our products and services, be involved in their direction, especially from a technology standpoint
- Stay current on the latest software and technology trends, be able to make well reasoned, fact based technical choices on adoption
- Create, share and promote software best practices across teams
- Identify opportunities to implement positive change, especially where the status-quo is unproductive
- B.S., M.S or PhD in Computer Science or similar degree
- Minimum 5 years development experience in Java - must be fluent in Java and be able to write clean code in a pragmatic way, must understand that more code does not always mean more software
- Minimum 5 years experience with relational databases and enterprise Java
- Superior coding ability with a strong understanding of OO and function programming, including knowledge and application of design patterns
- Hands-on experience in software design, coding, testing and deployment of enterprise scale web-based and mobile apps
- Experience with test-driven-development and Scrum
- Must be able to effectively communicate with technical and non-technical team members, including clients and executives
- Expert knowledge and experience in RDBMs, Java, Spring and Hibernate
Research Officer/Postdoctoral Fellow Vacancy - Food Structure Design - New Zealand
Project title - Forming and Cooling of a Model Food
Main Supervisors - Professor Richard Archer, Riddet Institute and School of Food and Nutrition, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand
Other Supervisors - Dr Colin Brown, Fonterra Research and Development Centre
Other Advisors - Dr Lilian Ferreira and Chris Maslin, Fonterra Cooperative Group
The postdoctoral fellow will form part of a multidisciplinary team in Food Structure Design in New Zealand and Australia funded by Fonterra and the Ministry of Primary Industries of New Zealand.
The essence of this project is to apply the principles of flow in a highly non-Newtonian viscoelastic food product to achieve cooling, flow splitting and forming of the flowing mass. The project will involve characterising flow then design, construction and use of a pilot plant fully representative of anticipated full scale dynamics.
Experiments may then be performed on commercially available pilot equipment, not necessarily in New Zealand, to confirm understanding achieved to date, confirm the likely full scale utility of particular equipment models and optimise process parameters for a range of formulations.
The successful candidate will have completed a PhD in chemical engineering, mechanical engineering or food engineering with preference given to someone with expertise in flow, heat transfer and rheology of viscoelastic materials such as foods or polymers.
The salary will depend on experience but will be in the range for postdoctoral fellows or Research Officers at Massey University, NZD67,121 to NZD85,662. The appointment will be for an initial term of two years.
Applicants please send your CV including a statement of your research interests and goals and at least two referees, plus your university transcripts when uploading your application to the following website: http://jobs.massey.ac.nz
Email enquiries regarding the position can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Closing date: 14 August 2016
Reference number: A311-16SF
For further information and to apply online, visit: http://www.massey.ac.nz/joinus/
The business itself focuses on using big data analytics and social graph theories to capitalize on human relationships and to predict and understand human behavior in ways that benefit their clients. So, this role is really at the heart of their business!
You will be replacing a senior consultant - they want to bring this role in-house.
Apply today to be a part of an exciting, fast-paced organization in the center of some of the latest technologies!
- 3+ years of non-academic data science experience
- Software engineering background (Java preferred)
- Strong foundation and expertise in at least two of the following: predictive modelling, statistical learning/inference, survey and experiment design and analysis, independent research, or NLP
- Expertise in various statistical packages such as R, STATA, Python, Weka, or Apache Spark
- Experience with SQL queries and data visualization tools
- Familiarity with graph theory/algorithms and numerical optimization
- BA/BS in Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Machine Learning, or other related technical field
- PhD preferred
We will call qualified candidates after review.
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Overtime: straight time
• Structured postdoctoral training program
• Launch your research career at CSIRO – Australian science, Australia’s future!
As the CSIRO Agriculture and Food postdoctoral fellow, you will design and implement innovative research activities that explore current and emerging farming systems in the low rainfall zone of WA. You will undertake research activities to examine novel soil moisture management techniques, early sowing strategies, new wheat traits and a range of break crop species, and will utilise a combination of on-farm field experiments and simulation modelling to evaluate these technologies. Your excellent interpersonal abilities will ensure you’re a great fit with our existing team, as you interact with scientists, technical staff, farmers and colleagues from other institutions. Guided by a multidisciplinary team of scientists and technical experts, you will report outcomes in high impact scientific journals, at conferences and field days.
Carry out innovative, impactful research of strategic importance to CSIRO with novel and important scientific outcomes. Don't forget to click on the link to the Position Details when you get to our Careers page to see specificduties and selection criteria. Apply today!
Location: Floreat (Perth) Western Australia
Salary: AU $81K to AU $88K plus up to 15.4% superannuation
Tenure: 3 year term
Ref No.: 23908
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 Tuesday 16 August, 2016 (11:59pm AEST)
In the last few years, biological control agents of bacterial or fungal origin have been studied with great interest for their effects on numerous diseases. Many scientific studies have demonstrated the part played by these control agents or their biomolecules in the management of certain diseases. They seem to be a potential solution for the management of crops requiring few inputs/organic crops or crops requiring many inputs in combination with chemical pesticides. This category of molecules would also be easily approved by international regulations, which are becoming increasingly strict.
Plenty of microorganism collections exist all over the world; these are recorded in the World Federation of Culture Collections (WFCC). The valorization of these collections by screening for their biocontrol properties is only slightly considered. Therefore these collections represent unique resources to explore and find new biomolecules/bio-effectors.
Among these international collections, the fungi collection of the Catholic University of Louvain is the fourth biggest global collection of filamentous fungi, yeast and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). It consists of 30,000 living organisms including some strains which are potentially bioactive against main pathogens.
Main target: Development of an eco-innovative product based on the fixation and the selective release of beneficial microorganisms and/or microbial filtrate/mash with a biostimulant action on beneficial microorganisms and which can act as a bio-fungicide on pathogens. This product will allow the replacement of current products or the reduction of their dose or their application frequency.
To reach this target, this study will be divided into 4 parts:
1. Development and validation of a quick screening method of fungal organisms and isolation of their effective microbial filtrate/mash in the control of telluric/aerial pathogens (WP1)
Material: Four main pathogens of potato will be considered like proof of concept:
i. Fungus Rhizoctonia solani
ii. Bacteria Ralstonia solanacearum
iii. Oomycete Phytophthora infestans
iv. Nematode Globodera rostochiensis
v. One AMF
vi. A collection of beneficial telluric fungi
i. Confrontation tests
2. Bio-encapsulation of microbial filtrate/mash with biofungicide activity on telluric/aerial pathogen and biostimulant activity on beneficial microorganisms (i.e. arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi-AMF) (WP2).
a. Bio-compatibility of bio-fungicidal molecules and beneficial microorganisms
b. Bio-stimulation on the growth and root colonization of AMF
3. Determination of mechanisms involved in the bio-compatibility/bio-stimulation of AMF
4. Impact on the severity of diseases in controlled conditions and in situ (WP4)
For this position, the knowledge of French is an asset and the knowledge of English is essential.
MRC Toxicology Unit, Leicester
Fixed Term for 3 Years
Salary £28,935 to £29,863 per annum plus allowances*
The Medical Research Council Toxicology Unit, located at the University of Leicester, is an internationally renowned institution delivering field-changing mechanistic insights into toxicology and disease. The Unit is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and offers excellent opportunities for postdoctoral development. The Unit is expected to relocate to the University of Cambridge during 2019.
We are looking to appoint a Postdoctoral Scientist to join the Synpatic Toxicity group led by Dr Joern Steinert. The research of the group is focussed on the role of nitric oxide (NO)-mediated signalling in neuronal physiology and toxicity in neurodegenerative conditions. For more information see http://tox.mrc.ac.uk/research/steinert-group/
NO-mediated neurotoxicity can be induced by various different pathways in several neurodegenerative diseases, however, its exact contribution to neuronal death remains elusive due to the great complexity of downstream nitrergic targets. The key aim of this project will be to identify target proteins subjected to nitrergic regulation, in particular post-translational modification such as protein S-Nitrosylation and nitrotyrosination will be investigated. We will focus on proteins involved in the conserved exocytosis machinery required for neurotransmitter release and key questions will be addressed by using electrophysiology in combination with biochemical, molecular and immunocytochemical methods in model systems such as Drosophila and mouse.
You will have been awarded (or in the final stages of obtaining) a PhD in a relevant discipline and have experience in biochemical techniques and neuroscience or synaptic signalling. Experience of cell culture and /or drosophila work and electrophysiological methods would be a distinct advantage. You must be committed to working at a highly competitive level, be able to communicate scientific ideas effectively and have published in a peer-reviewed journal.
This is a three year training and development position, upon appointment you will get the choice of undertaking a Career Development Fellowship or the MRC Postdoctoral Training Scheme. We support postdoctoral scientists in these positions with a range of formal and on-the-job training to ensure you receive the training relevant to your role and identify additional training to help support your future career.
*Additional allowances for the Postdoctoral Training Scheme include £1,000 initial settlement plus an annual allowance of £850 increasing to £1,300 in year two, and £1,800 in the third and final years.
For full details of this post and to complete an online application, visit https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/295 and upload your CV along with a covering letter stating why you are applying for this role. Please quote reference TOX 273.
Closing date for applications: 19 August 2016
Closing Date of vacancy: 24 August 2016
Division of Cancer Therapeutics
Molecular Addictions Team
Fixed Term Contract for 36 months
Salary Range: £29,517 to £33,740 per annum
Work Location: Sutton (Surrey)
The Institute of Cancer Research, London, is one of the world’s most influential cancer research institutes, with an outstanding record of achievement dating back more than 100 years. We provided the first convincing evidence that DNA damage is the basic cause of cancer, laying the foundation for the now universally accepted idea that cancer is a genetic disease. Today, The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) leads the world at isolating cancer-related genes and discovering new targeted drugs for personalised cancer treatment. Under the leadership of our Chief Executive, Professor Paul Workman FMedSci, the ICR is ranked as the UK’s leading academic research centre. Together with our partner The Royal Marsden, we are rated in the top four cancer centres globally. The ICR is committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best minds in the world to join us in our mission – to make the discoveries that defeat cancer.
The Division of Cancer Therapeutics, is a multidisciplinary 'bench to bedside' centre, dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapeutics for the treatment of cancer. The Division’s exciting goal is to discover high quality drug candidates for validated biological targets and to progress these candidates to clinical trial. All the scientific disciplines are in place to make this possible, including medicinal chemistry, biology, drug metabolism and clinical specialists. This is an exciting and fast moving area of cancer research, and offers the opportunity to work within a multi-disciplinary environment using state-of-the-art techniques and equipment.
We are seeking two highly motivated Postdoctoral Training Fellows to work in our Molecular Addictions Team (led by Dr Igor Vivanco), located in Sutton, London. The two positions will be funded by a Cancer Research UK Programme Foundation award. The successful applicant will use biochemical and cellular techniques, as well as omics approaches to characterise the newly discovered non-canonical functions of the oncogenic kinase AKT. In addition to studying this exciting new area of signal transduction research, the projects will involve the identification and validation of new nodes for therapeutic intervention. To facilitate this effort, a number of partially characterized Akt mutants found in human cancers will be used.
Candidates should possess a PhD in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology or Cell Biology, have developed a range of skills through experience in these areas and be able to work in an interdisciplinary environment towards the goal of performing cellular and biochemical assays required for pathway analysis. A strong background in cancer research, and familiarity with pharmacology and molecular target validation approaches and methods is essential.
This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic, committed biologist to make an important contribution to improved therapies for cancer patients, while gaining experience and training in drug discovery skills in an institute with a track record of success.
To apply, please visit the ICR website and follow instructions.
A postdoctoral Research Associate position is available in Dr de Bruin’s research group at the MRC Laboratory for Molecular Biology, University College London. We are located on the UCL campus at Gower Street in central London. The UCL campus presents a vibrant and diverse research environment in the heart of the most exciting city in Europe.
The long-term goal of the de Bruin lab is to attain a thorough understanding of the role of cell cycle transcription in the maintenance of genome integrity. The aim of this project is to establish the role of E2F activity in oncogene-induced replication stress using quantitative cell biology and single-cell approaches. The overall aim of this work is to exploit deregulated E2F activity to selectively kill cancer cells. Details of our research may be found online at: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lmcb/research-group/rob-de-bruin-research-group
The position is available for 3 years in the first instance and is funded by Cancer Research UK.
We are seeking a scientist who has completed or is about to complete a PhD in quantitative cell biology and is capable of working to a high standard. Expertise in both experimental and computational work is a requirement and experience in single-cell time-lapse approaches would be a distinct advantage. Experience in working with mammalian cell cultures and CRISPR Cas9 would be a clear advantage and knowledge of transcriptional regulatory mechanisms desirable. An excellent track record, indicating competitiveness for postdoctoral fellowships, is highly desirable. Good verbal and written communication skills and organisational skills are essential.
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 6B (salary £29,485 - £31,091 per annum) with payment at research associate Grade 7 backdated to the date of final submission of the PhD thesis.
Informal inquiries may be addressed to Rob de Bruin (email@example.com )
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 1555803
If you have any queries regarding the application process, please contact Ione Karney ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Closing Date: 31st August 2016
Interview Date: tbc
UCL Taking Action for Equality
A post-doctoral position is available at the Central-European Institute of Technology (CEITEC), Brno, Czech Republic, in the group of Mary O‘Connell. This work is funded by the ERA Chair grant. The project focuses on how modification in RNA is used by the innate immune system to discriminate ‘self‘ from ‘non-self‘ (Mannion et al., Cell Reports. 2014; http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.celrep.2014.10.0).
The successful candidate will join a team of motivated researchers who are investigating the proteins and RNA involved in this novel innate immune pathway. We also want to elucidate and identify mutations in this pathway that result in autoimmune disorders. We use a variety of different models in our investigations; Drosophila, mice and stem cell culture.
The candidate should be highly motivated, self-driven and passionate about science with a solid publication record. A PhD degree in either molecular biology, biochemistry, immunology, mouse genetics, stem cells is required. Applicant should have a strong background in standard molecular biology and biochemistry techniques. Good communication and interpersonal skills and fluency in spoken and written English are required. Expected start date is preferably autumn/winter of 2016 or after upon agreement.
We offer a competitive salary that will be based on the candidate's qualifications and experience.
Anticipated start date: November 2016
Please send the application (including CV, short statement of research background / interests and the contact information of at least three references) by e-mail to email@example.com
Please quote the “PostDoc ERA Chair” in the subject.
Electronic application deadline is: September 16, 2016
Information about Brno, Czech Republic
• The capital of South Moravian Region and the second largest city in the Czech Republic with a population of almost 400,000 people
• Modern, dynamic and fast growing centre of industry, trade, science, research and innovation with business incubators and centres of excellence in science
• A city of universities with more than 86,000 students
• More than 10,000 researchers; 2,200 IF publications/year; 600+ PhD graduates/year
• 500 mil. EUR of R&D investment per year, more than 350 companies with in-house R&D
• City of Gregor Mendel, the founder of genetics; the prestigious Mendel Lectures series takes place in Brno since 2003 (lectures of the world´s top scientists, including Nobel Prize winners)
• Quality of life index in 2016
For further information about:
• CEITEC, please visit www.ceitec.eu
• CEITEC Welcome Office, please visit http://www.ceitec.eu/ceitec-welcome-office/t1137
• Masaryk University, please visit www.muni.cz
• Brno, please visit http://www2.brno.cz/index.php?lan=en&nav01=20608&nav02=20617
STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell, Oxfordshire
£37,213- £43,164 per annum (dependent upon qualifications and experience)
Full time, Permanent
The Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) is one of Europe’s largest research organisations. We’re trusted to support, enable and undertake pioneering projects in an amazing diversity of fields. Through world-class facilities and people, we’re driving ground-breaking advances in science and technology.
STFC’s ISIS facility is a world-leading source of pulsed neutrons and muons. The facility performs cutting edge research into the structure and properties of materials at an atomic and molecular level.
About the Role
We now have an opportunity for a scientist to join the growing ISIS Neutronics Group.
The design of new neutron capabilities at ISIS is underpinned by detailed calculations and simulations. Such new capabilities include, for example, modifications to the ISIS Target Stations, designs for new neutron instruments or upgrades to existing instruments.
Neutronic calculations are key to the development of the target, moderator assemblies,shielding, instrument beamline configurations, neutron detectors and final instrument performance.
They allow optimization of components in response to the scientific needs of the research community. The ISIS neutronics team currently uses standard neutron transport codes, such as MCNPX, together with in-house developed software.
This is an area of growth and development within ISIS, with key challenges as we continue to develop the ISIS facility and also participate in international projects and collaborations such as the European Spallation Source.
The Neutronics Scientist will be responsible for:
• Carrying out an important role in the development of neutronic simulation technique and its application to the work at ISIS, encompassing target, moderator, reflector, shielding and instrument developments.
• Providing support and advice in neutronic calculations to accelerator and health physics groups in the areas of shielding and activation of components
• Helping to deliver the work of the neutronics group in a timely and professional manner.
• Ensuring that the neutronics simulations are carried out in a well-documented quality controlled manner.
• Collaborating with other neutron sources around the world.
• Enable the work of the group to be presented at relevant international conferences and in journal articles.
Suitable candidates will hold a PhD in the physical sciences, most likely in an area related to nuclear physics, particle transport simulation or activation, or demonstrate significant relevant experience.
You will have familiarity with the operation and development of simulation codes for particle transport, including knowledge of Monte-Carlo techniques such as variance reduction methods, use of nuclear cross-sections, knowledge of transport codes (MCNPX, FLUKA, GEANT4, etc).
You will demonstrate a proven track record in the performance of particle simulations for the development of instrumentation or facilities, with direct experience of simulation relevant to neutron facilities
An exceptional index linked pension scheme, and 30 days leave allowance are offered, as well as an onsite nursery, subsidised restaurant, gym and sports facilities.
How to Apply
Applicants are required to include a cover letter detailing your suitability for the role.
The closing date for applications is 31st July 2016
Informal enquiries about the role can be made to Steven Lilley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Applications are handled by UK SBS; to apply please visit our job board at http://www.topcareer.jobs/Vacancy/irc227230_6472.aspx Applicants who are unable to apply online should contact us by telephone on 01793 867000.
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.
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.
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@example.com.
Penetration Test Analyst (Cyber Security)
A Penetration Test Analyst (Cyber Security) is urgently required for 12 month, extendable contract with a major FS client in Amsterdam.
The Penetration Test Analyst (Cyber Security) will have recent and relevant working experience as a software security tester, security testing experience in a Financial environment would be an advantage.
The Penetration Test Analyst (Cyber Security) will IDEALLY conform to at least 65% of the following skills and experience -
- Valid (Current) CEH, OSCP,ECSA, ECSP, Sans, GIAC Certification.
- S. in Computer Science or related technical major (M.S./PhD preferred), or significant job experience.
- Minimum 5 years' penetration testing experience, with significant mobile testing.
- Experience with OWASP testing Guide/Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual
- Fluent in at least 1 programming language.
- Expert with common web application penetration testing tools including, but not limited to Burp, Fiddler, OWASP Zap, BeEF, and at least one commercial solution (WebInspect, AppScan, or similar).
- Experience deploying enterprise security testing solutions.
- Familiarity with common network vulnerability/penetration testing tools including, but not limited to, Metasploit, vulnerability scanners, Kali Linux, and Nmap.
- Experience with debuggers, disassemblers, binary patch diffing (eg BinDiff).
- Experience with testing automation suites such as Selenium or UFT.
- Experience with cryptography, X509 certificates, signatures, securing TLS/SSL parameters, and certificate pinning.
- Technical depth in many, if not most of the following areas: LAMP stack, Node.js, Scala/Java, iOS, Android OS, Windows Mobile, web services.
- Familiarity with Secure Development Lifecycle practices and Agile development.
- Thought leadership in the security field, with demonstrable contributions to industry groups strongly desired.
- Artful communication skills and organizational savvy, to steer peers and leadership toward solutions that carefully balance business, risk, compliance, and engineering concerns.
- Eagerness to challenge the status quo, balanced with a reasonable and methodical approach to effecting change
The Penetration Test Analyst (Cyber Security) will be responsible for the following -
- Execution of security tests on a wide variety of internal and external facing applications
- Assisting with the continuous improvement of the processes critical to the success of the team, handling one or more Static-, dynamic and/or penetration tests and supporting the initial and technical intake process.
- Primary responsibility to provide internal and external network penetration testing, create actionable reporting based on findings, application testing, including black-, grey-, White Box, code reviews and reverse engineering, software development advisory, network and software architecture reviews and guidance, social engineering, physical and red team engagements.
- Additionally, the Security Test Engineer will support with pre intakes/technical intakes, development of security solutions and services, leveraging a robust technology portfolio, to address complex industry recognized information security trends and challenges faced by our respective clients.
- Assist with the delivery of pre-sales and post-sales support of the technical security solutions and services.
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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Digital, Marketing, or eCommerce experience.
.*Candidate must CURRENTLY be in the US.
The research funding of this fellowship is of outstanding value (details available on request) due to the nature of these cross-disciplinary collaborative efforts. The fellowship is renewable for a second year depending on satisfactory progress within UFS system as well as external evaluations.
•Fellowships are open to South African and foreign nationals for full-time research at the University if the Free State.
•The minimum requirement is a PhD in Biochemistry, Biotechnology or related discipline.
•Demonstrated experience in Bioinformatics and Bioremediation is highly favored.
•Successful applicants will demonstrate exceptional academic performanc and intellectual potential.
•Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis, taking into account the applicants' academic achievements, publication outputs and research potential.
•Successful applicants will demonstrate potential to contribute to the creation of knowledge in their future academic career.
•Successful applicants may not hold full-time salaried employment during the tenure of the award.
•Completed application form and checklist
•Motivation letter, articulating the applicant’s career ambitions and scholarly motivation, as well as details of her/his major scholarly/ academic accomplishments to date
•Full Curriculum Vitae (CV) including a list of all research publications.
•Full transcripts of academic record.
•Copy of Doctoral degree certificate.
•Copy of ID document (copy of passport in the case of non-South African applicants)
•Full contact details of 3 references.
PLEASE SEND SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS TO FourieAJ1@ufs.ac.za
A full-time postdoctoral position is available in a research laboratory in the Dept. of Medicine, Division of Hematologic Malignancies and Cellular Therapy, Duke University. The successful candidate will participate in studies to define the molecular characteristics of tissue microenvironments that regulate transit, proliferation and dormancy of malignant cells in the bone marrow microenvironment. In combination with molecular and cell biological approaches, the candidate will utilize state-of-the-art in vivo multiphoton and confocal optical imaging techniques to explore these questions (References: Science Translational Medicine, 8(340):340ra73; Science, 322:1861-65; Nature, 435:969-73; Blood, 121:4821-31). Please see also sites.duke.edu/sipkinslabatduke for more information.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in the biological sciences with demonstrated expertise in molecular, cellular and biochemical techniques. A strong background in cancer biology and/or immunology is particularly relevant. Experience with mammalian cell culture and molecular biology techniques is essential. Expertise in flow cytometry, microscopy and animal models is highly desirable. Extremely motivated individuals with excellent communication skills are encouraged to apply. Applicants should have no more than 2 years prior postdoctoral research experience. Applicants should email a brief statement of research experience and interest, CV and 3 letters of reference.
You are an experienced Regulatory Affairs Associate with a strong background in Clinical Research who is passionate about drug development and are seeking a challenging and rewarding career in a commercially focused role.
My client are differentiated in their market as an international, truly full service CRO, focused on a series of core therapeutic disciplines. They are an entrepreneurial and challenging organisation with challenging growth targets both organically and through acquisition. You will be expected to take responsibility for managing clinical trial applications of new and established pharmaceuticals, ensuring that applications are conducted in accordance with the latest ICH guidelines and clinical trial directive. You will be responsible for ensuring that submission documentation is maintained in a timely manner and ensuring that the client and senior management are kept fully informed of all aspects of the project.
You will hold a degree in life sciences, ideally holding a role related MSc or PhD, and you will have a proven track record as an accomplished Regulatory Affairs Associate with global clinical trial experience. You will have excellent communication and time management skills to manage multiple projects at any one time.
You are a strong team member and understand the need for effective communication at all levels. You will have a demonstrable record for effective relationship building with sponsors and colleagues. You are confident in presenting at Ethic committees, and in your presentations to sponsors. You have high standards for the quality of material presented.
If this sounds like you, please get in touch.
You will hold a PhD in Biomedical Sciences (or similar disciple); completion of HO module 1-3 and experience with mouse models of human disease are essential. HO module 4, direct hands-on expertise and proficiency in mouse in vivo phenotyping (especially echocardiography) and ex vivo (molecular) analysis of cardiac phenotypes would be highly desirable, although this may not necessarily be in the cardiovascular field.
The post offers a unique opportunity to develop a skill set and research profile in the field of mouse models of cardiovascular disease, with opportunities for networking and collaborating with local and international research groups of outstanding reputation.
This full time appointment is available from 1st September 2016 and is and is funded until August 2020. The post will be based at the Wellcome Trust for Human genetics at the Old Road Campus and the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
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.
Senior Electronics Engineer
Are you an Electronics Engineer with extensive analogue design experience and a desire to continue to improve on both a personal and professional level? Are you keen to learn new skills in a highly multidisciplinary environment? If so then read on!
An instrumentation company who specialise in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors & systems for the oceanographic, maritime, environmental, defence, homeland security & industrial process control markets are looking for a Senior Electronics Engineer with at least five years relevant experience to work on instrumentation and acoustic systems.
The successful Senior Electronics Engineer needs specific expertise in analogue circuit design, preferably in an instrumentation development environment as well as:
* A degree in Electronic Engineering, ideally with a Master's and/or PhD
* Experience with power supply technology and op-amp circuits
* Experience in analogue-digital conversion, interfacing (eg I2C, SPI bus, etc.), CAD schematic layouts and PCB design
Some experience or knowledge of Microprocessor based circuit design and Embedded software would be desirable. The Senior Electronics Engineer will be expected to work both independently and as part of a team contributing to all aspects of the product development cycle from requirement analysis through design & development into production.
The work will involve both new product development (design & test), existing product development (fault finding/improvement/enhancement); mixed signal design including preamplifiers, filters, power supplies, interfacing and analogue-digital conversion for precision instrumentation applications. Typical projects include low-noise hydrophone preamplifier design and multichannel data logger design.
Candidates must be suitable for SC security clearance with the UK Ministry of Defence; a current UK passport is required. A driving license would be of benefit, as some travel will be involved in the role.
The Institute for Cardiovascular Prevention (IPEK) offers a
to study the role of Cxcl12 and its two receptors Cxcr4 and Cxcr7 in chronic inflammation.
A Postdoc position is available to study the role of Cxcl12 and its two receptors Cxcr4 and Cxcr7 in chronic inflammation. Using atherosclerosis as a disease model for chronic inflammation, the project will interrogate the cell-specific and systemic effects of Cxcr4 in cholesterol metabolism in vivo and mechanisms underlying the cell-specific and global role of Cxcr7 in white adipose tissue, employing conditional knockout mice. This postdoc position is part of the SFB 1123 www.sfb1123.med.unimuenchen.de and therefore offers excellent scientific collaborations.
Eligible candidates (m/f) should have experience with mouse models, immunological and molecular biological techniques, a strong motivation and team spirit. German language skills would be helpful, solid English skills written and spoken are mandatory. The successful candidate (m/f) should hold an above-average PhD degree in biological sciences or related fields and have experience with basic methods of molecular and cellular biology. The Postdoc (m/f) will work at the institute for cardiovascular prevention (IPEK) at the LMU in Munich, Germany (www.klinikum.uni-muenchen.de/Institut-fuer-Prophylaxe-und-Epidemiologieder-Kreislaufkrankheiten.
He/She will work in a team of experienced staff, PhD students, postdocs and technicians with excellent infrastructure.
Disabled persons will be preferentially considered in case of equal qualification. Presentation costs can't be refunded. For more information please contact: Mrs. E. Bretzke, Kreislaufinstitut, Pettenkoferstr. 9, 80336 München, Tel. 089/4400-54353.
Interested candidates (m/f) should submit their electronic application (including motivation letter, CV, publication list (when applicable) and references) to: Mr. Emiel van der Vorst (Emiel.Van_der_Vorst@med.uni-muenchen.de) and Mrs. Yvonne Döring (Yvonne.firstname.lastname@example.org).
Applications from severely handicapped persons with basically similar qualification will be given priority. Salary will be according to TV-L 13. The position is funded for three years (Starting data not before 01-09-2016).
Please note that in case of transmitting your job application by email your data will not be encrypted and might potentially be noticed or adulterated by unauthorized third parties. You are welcome to send us your documents by mail.
Research on both chromatin biology and haematopoiesis at the University of Edinburgh has expanded dramatically over the last few years and became one of the strongest in the UK in these two fields. This postdoc position will be under the supervision of investigators based on new buildings based on three campuses of the University: Douglas Vernimmen / David Hume at The Roslin Institute (Easter Bush Campus, opened in 2011), Chris Ponting at the MRC Human Genetics Unit (HGU, part of the IGMM, Western General Hospital Campus, opened in 2015), and Kamil Kranc at The MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine (MRC CRM, Little France Campus, opened in 2011).
These investigators are now recruiting a motivated Postdoctoral Fellow to join their dynamic and enthusiastic research groups for a multidisciplinary project covering molecular biology (Doug Vernimmen), cell biology (Kamil Kranc) and computational biology (Chris Ponting).
This multidisciplinary project will focus on polycomb pathways of haematopoietic stem cell (HSC) functions and the role of these pathways in leukaemic stem cell behaviour. We intend to utilise this knowledge in the development of epigenetic therapy targeting leukaemic stem cells.
The applicants should have PhD in life sciences and expertise in mouse genetics, cell & molecular biology and bioinformatics approaches. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to work as part of a team as well as semi-independently are crucial.
The appointment will be for 3 years in the first instance and is available immediately.
The main focus of the Yuan lab is to develop computational tools for identifying novel features in pathological specimens and understand cancer treatment resistance through integrating quantitative pathological features with molecular data (www.yuanlab.org). Together with the world-leading teams at the ICR, we aim to study breast cancer treatment resistance with data collected from thousands of patients. This exciting project will enable the discovery of new tests predictive of cancer survival and treatment benefits to improve the care of breast cancer.
The successful candidate will lead the development of probabilistic and/or deterministic bioinformatics methodologies for integrative analysis of large data sets consisting of pathological image features and molecular data. He/she will enjoy the highly collaborative nature of this project, work closely with an excellent team of scientists in clinical science, biology and immunology. There are excellent opportunities to learn about latest technologies and travel to conference, excel in coordinating between programming and explore new research areas in medicine.
Applicants must hold a PhD in Computer Science, Systems Biology, Engineering, Ecology or Statistics. Knowledge/experience in pathological image analysis is highly desirable but not essential.
Appointment will be on a Fixed Term Contract for 2 years, with a salary in the range of £29,517 to £42,187 p.a. inclusive dependent on postdoctoral experience. The expected start date is 1st Oct 2016 with flexibility. The successful candidate will be based in Sutton, Surrey.
To apply, please upload your CV and covering letter (including the names and contact details of two referees) online via our website at: http://www.icr.ac.uk/jobsearch, Job reference number 1571556.
To apply please upload the following with your application:
• A full CV with a publication list (two to three pages)
• Covering letter including the names and contact details of two referees (one page)
• Research plan (one to two pages outlining your current research interests and research plans for the next 3 years).
Closing date: 30th August 2016
NLP/Semantic client based in Belgium require NLP and Deep Learning Specialists to join their team.
This will be a cutting edge role in an R&D environment where you will be working with talented colleagues who also have a background in NLP.
You will have the opportunity to explore research topics and work autonomously to come up solutions to complex data problems and build prototypes. Whilst you will have the opportunity to explore new ideas you must also be able to work to commercial deadlines in a start-up culture.
They are using Natural Language Processing and Deep Learning to classify and contextualise data for their products and building predictive models.
If you have an interest in Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning and semantic web tools then this could be a great role for you.
We want to hear from you if you have a strong academic background including a PhD in Computer Science or Machine Learning - you must be able to build prototypes not just build theoretical models - using Tensorflow & Theanos
You must have proven skills in Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning and ideally also Deep Learning.
Rates are £neg - 3 month contract.
This is a great opportunity to join an expanding high-tech company with many international clients. Technical writers are an integral and valued part of the development team, designing, writing and maintaining a range of software documentation for users ranging from developers to company CTOs. You will work closely with developers on software projects, in particular working with them to understand how the software works and organising technical reviews of the documentation.
- Have excellent written English.
- Be able to explain complex concepts clearly and accurately.
- Have written instructional text for specific audiences.
- Be technically inclined and enthusiastic, with an understanding of software development.
- Enjoy the challenge of figuring out how things work and explaining it to other people.
- Be open to learning and exploring new tools, technologies and concepts.
- Be comfortable working to deadlines and taking changes in priorities in your stride.
- Enjoy working as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
- Be educated to degree level (BSc/BA; MSc or PhD).
It would be useful if:
- You've written for international audiences (including people for whom English is a second language).
- You have experience of commonly used development tools such as version control systems and issue tracking systems.
We offer you a career boost by providing opportunities to learn new techniques and skills and develop leadership qualities in a highly stimulating and international environment with a collaborative work atmosphere.
3 fellowship positions are available for this call.
The deadline for applications is 9 September 2016, 16:59h CET Time.
For further information, please visit our website: http://www.crg.eu/postdoc_fellowships or alternatively contact us at email@example.com
The main focus of the Yuan lab is to develop new computational tools and understand how the tumour microenvironment shapes cancer evolution and the emergence of treatment resistance (www.yuanlab.org). Together with the world-leading Dowsett team in breast cancer hormonal therapy, we aim to unravel key tumour and stromal components, molecular pathways and mutational processes that are responsible for hormonal treatment resistance. The successful candidate will lead the development of new histology image analysis and statistical analysis tools to analyse data from a large clinical trial of 4,500 breast cancer patients. Resistance to therapy is a major challenge in cancer treatment. This exciting project will enable the discovery of new biomarkers predictive of treatment resistance and clinical innovations to improve the efficacy of treatment of breast cancer.
The successful post holder will provide machine learning expertise for analysing breast tumour histological images and tumour heterogeneity using statistical tools. He/she will enjoy the collaborative environment at ICR, and work closely with an excellent team of scientists in computer science, translational medicine and oncology to combine his/her work with parallel molecular profiling efforts using state-of-the-art next-generation sequencing. He/she will have the opportunities to learn about latest technologies and travel to conferences, excel in coordinating between programming and explore new research areas in medicine through collaborations.
Applicants must hold a PhD in Computer Science, Systems Biology, Engineering, Ecology or Statistics. Knowledge/experience in biology or pathology is desirable but not essential.
Appointment will be on a Fixed Term Contract for 3 years, with a salary in the range of £29,517 to £42,187 p.a. inclusive dependent on postdoctoral experience. The successful candidate will be based in Sutton, Surrey.
To apply, please upload your CV and covering letter (including the names and contact details of two referees) online via our website at: http://www.icr.ac.uk/jobsearch. Job reference number 1571587
To apply please include the following to your application:
• A full CV with a publication List
• Covering letter including the names and contact details of two referees
• Research plan (one to two pages outlining your current research interests and research plans for the next 3 years)
Closing date: 30th August 2016
POSTDOCTORAL POSITION is immediately available to study different aspects of lymphatic vasculature development and function in health and disease. Some of the projects include the characterization of the cellular and molecular mechanisms controlling the development of the lymphatic vasculature, endothelial cell plasticity and reprogramming, as well as different aspects related to lymphatic function and metabolism. Highly motivated individuals who recently obtained a PhD. or MD degree and have a strong background in mammalian vascular, molecular and developmental biology are encouraged to apply.
The overall aim of the project is to develop technologies that will enable the next generation of assistive devices to provide natural-like control through enhanced sensory feedback. Our long-term vision is for artificial arms to provide the user with a sense of feedback that recreates – as closely as possible – the natural feedback associated with a real arm/hand. To enable this level of feedback, we must meet two clear objectives: to generate artificial signals that mimic those of the natural arm and hand, and to provide a means of delivering those signals to the nervous system of a prosthesis user.
Within this project, the Essex team leads the development of computational models of the interaction between the microelectrode implants and the target peripheral neural tissue. The models will not only enhance our understanding of electrode/tissue interactions, but will also help determine design parameters for future bespoke neural implants.
The successful candidate will have a PhD in Physics or in Electrical, Electronic, or Biomedical Engineering and experience modelling neural implants or significant experience in at least one of the following: Electromagnetic systems, modelling of electromechanical systems, neural engineering, electrical/electronic implants, bioelectronics, electrophysiology, biomedical signals and systems. Previous experience with FEM is desirable, although not essential. Applicants are also expected to have a strong publication record as first authors, ideally including publications in 1st quartile journals in relevant areas.
The successful applicant will work alongside a PhD student dedicated to this project, will join Dr Francisco Sepulveda and other members of the Essex BCI+NE Group, the UK’s largest research group in brain interfaces, and will have access to advanced computational facilities, including a cluster dedicated to neural engineering research. You will also join other outstanding SenseBack researchers at the other project member institutions: Newcastle University, Imperial College, and the Universities of Southampton, Leeds, and Keele.
Further information about the project can be found at:
This 18-month fixed-term post will be based at Colchester campus and is expected to start on 1/10/2016 or as soon thereafter as possible.
Interview dates: 22 – 24 August 2016
Starting Salary: £31,655 per annum Closing date: 10 August 2016
Apply online (Ref. REQ00121) www.essex.ac.uk/vacancies
Alternatively telephone: (01206)873521/874588
Internet of Things/Mobility Engineer/DevOps
You have ambition that can't be held down. We have ideas that can't be held back.
Our client is a renowned company that is currently investing in the development and expansion of mobility solutions for its employees. If you love the Internet of Things and see the potential of implementing such solutions in an Enterprise environment, read on!
What's in it for you:
A chance to broaden your skill set with opportunities to work in all aspects of Enterprise Mobile Management including:
- Architecture and problem resolution
- Engineering and development
- Project consulting
What you'll do:
- Work with various wireless carriers, application of DevOps and Agile practices
- Mobile Infrastructure engineering and integration of new products
- Defining Mobile Infrastructure architecture and roadmaps
- Change management and upgrade planning
- Network and Application Security support
What you have:
- A recent university degree or PhD in Computer Science or IT Engineering
- 1-2 years of working experience in an international environment
- Minimum of 3 years of experience with automation and Scripting environment
- Good understanding of Enterprise IT, Enterprise Mobile market, Business Organizations and Processes
- Good knowledge in IT networking, IT Security and/or Application Security
- Understanding of mobility solutions and/or IoT
If you are interested in hearing more, please send your latest CV and supporting documents.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
To support the strong growth of OM Partners in the forecasting domain, the forecasting development team within OM Partners is looking for a Mathematical developer.
Forecasting is a key element for integrated supply chain planning. Demand can be generated through a collaborative process, best fit statistical forecasting strategies, aggregation and breakdown rules and accuracy measurements. The forecasting module is designed to increase forecast reliability, manages changing demand complexity and provides fast and intelligent solutions.
As a Mathematical developer you are responsible for the technical analysis and development of cutting edge statistical algorithms and expert systems to predict future demand. You also act as an expert for the users of the statistical forecasting module. Next to this, you will work together with your team members on improvements of the forecasting functionality in OMP+, by performing analyses and developments.
• You have a Master degree in a Mathematical, Scientific or Engineering field. Having a PhD in one of these fields is a definite advantage.
• You have a solid IT background. Working knowledge of Object Oriented Programming, preferably C++, is an asset. You benefit from having experience with stochastic forecasting techniques and algorithms.
• As you will work on complex mathematical software, you need to be very analytical, creative and have strong mathematical and statistical ability.
• You are fluent in English.
• You are fun to work with and a great team player.
Does this sound like you? Please send your CV and motivation by clicking on the apply button!
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