|Salary:||£43,414 to £58,305 *inclusive of a £6,500 market supplement (Grade 8)|
|Placed On:||3rd May 2023|
|Closes:||31st May 2023|
School of Medicine/ Health Informatics Centre
Are you a self-starter who loves working collaboratively, problem solving and making a difference to health data research and innovation? Do you get really excited by BIG data, innovative data engineering and the potential to deliver and catalyse new research into pragmatic solutions for better health outcomes? So do we!
We are the Health Informatics Centre (HIC) at the University of Dundee. We are a large, diverse, technical team delivering solutions for our clients and solving research data problems for the Tayside and wider Scotland research community. We maintain, manage and enable access to NHS Tayside and Fife data in a safe and secure environment.
We are looking for you to join us as a Senior Research Software Engineer to work within our Research Team. The HIC Research Team is leading several national infrastructure and data projects such as PICTURES, Scottish Medical Imaging and Alleviate. You will be involved in these and other projects via your role leading the open-source Research Data Management Platform (RDMP) infrastructure.
Based in Ninewells Hospital, one of Europe's largest teaching hospitals, the School of Medicine provides outstanding medical education and training supported by world class research facilities. This post allows for flexible working either from home, hybrid or the post holder will have office space available.
Your priorities will include:
You will be working as a Senior Research Software Engineer within the research team, where you will be primarily supporting the requirements of RDMP. As a senior research software engineer you will be expected to take a role in the design and implementation of solutions including non-functional aspects such as performance, security, testability and compliance in addition to functional aspects.
Who we're looking for:
For further information about this position please contact Dr Christian Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about HIC please visit Health Informatics Centre (HIC) | University of Dundee.
At the University we benefit from having access to a range of personal and professional development courses and training opportunities. We enjoy 39 days annual leave per year and are supported by a range of Work Life Balance policies, staff support networks for BME, Disabled and LGBT staff, membership of Athena SWAN, the ECU Race Charter and Stonewall as well as a full range of disability services which all create an enjoyable and inclusive place to work. It is the diversity of our staff and students that make the University of Dundee an enjoyable place to work.
Please note: We are actively recruiting for this post and may close the advertisement early if a suitable applicant is appointed.
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