Full-Stack developer with an eye for UI/UX
NanoSurface Biomedical is dedicated to developing products that make biological research more impactful to improve human health. We hire the world’s best and brightest people who have a passion for developing leading-edge life science technologies.
Participate in requirements gathering for software projects with internal stakeholders
Take the lead on programming GUIs that will send and receive data and commands to scientific instruments and display the results
Participate in the development of our cloud-based front-end and back-end systems to store and analyze scientific data generated from our instruments to allow scientists to easily run complex analyses
Conform to industry standards in test-driven development, documentation, and CI/CD to maintain the high quality of our codebase
Establish timelines and project scopes to meet deadlines and milestones laid out by the Director of Data Science and the Director of Hardware Engineering
Fluent in Object Oriented Python
Experience developing GUIs, ideally using the Qt framework
Experience with development best-practices in a small team environment: unit testing, documentation, version control, etc.
Eager to work in a fast-paced, ever-changing, creative environment
Exceptional ability, and inclination, to undertake new avenues of thinking in areas beyond your past experience in order to take initiative and solve problems
Experience with one or more of the following is a plus: Vue.js, C++, SQL, AWS S3/Lambda/API Gateway/Fargate/Cloud9, Docker, statistics, cell biology, electronics/circuit design, digital signal processing (e.g. FFT, digital filters) of real-time sensor data, LaTeX
3 years’ experience in a software engineering position
Providing samples of code you’ve written (e.g. GitHub links) in your application is strongly encouraged
Fluent in English
Candidates in Seattle, WA or Atlanta, GA will be given a slight preference. However, the only requirement is that you can overlap at least two hours each day from 9am-2pm in the Pacific Time Zone.
The position is open immediately, and candidates should be able to start no later than January 2020.
Must have Skills
Pacific Daylight [UTC -7]
english - Fluent