The RCSB PDB is seeking exceptional developers, and we know we're not alone in our search. So why choose to work with us? Our team values open discussion and contribution. Starting from your first day, you will shape software and services used by thousands of people around the world. Our organization can trace its lineage back to the 1970's, but we still operate like a start up. Have a great idea, let's hear it. Want to try a new technology, let's learn it. Want to write code at scale, let's do it. Everyone at our organization is passionate about what we do, and that is why we are leaders in our field. We want to hear from skilled Developers, people passionate about their craft and what they can bring to the field.
We are looking for two experienced developers to join our team of agile software Developers at the University of California, San Diego. By joining our team, a successful applicant would be able to contribute to a variety of projects ranging from:
The RCSB Protein Data Bank (www.rcsb.org) is one of the world's leading biological databases with more than 300,000 unique users per month from over 160 countries. It enables access to the singular global archive of the three-dimensional structures of proteins and nucleic acids and is a key resource for the design of new medicines, biofuels, nanomaterials, and enables fundamental discoveries in biology and medicine.
For more requirements or to apply, please view the UCSD job page.
The Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics at Rutgers University is seeking applications for a web application developer.
This successful candidate will be responsible for developing and maintaining high performance scalable
database-driven web applications and project intranet web sites. This includes the design, code development,
testing, troubleshooting, and documentation preparation to satisfy project requirements.
This candidate is also responsible for analyzing existing application design, and code to improve quality,
mitigate issues and improve performance and functionality.
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The Protein Data Bank (RCSB PDB) project at Rutgers University has a position open for a scientific application programmer with experience in computational biology or chemistry,
or structural bioinformatics. The incumbent will work with the staff at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, to design, produce and maintain new data processing and annotation tools for macromolecular structure data.
The position requires: Minimum of Bachelor's degree, higher degree preferred, in
Computational Biology or related discipline; some further experience
in bioinformatics, structural-biology, biology, and/or chemistry;
proficiency in programming languages Java, C++,and Python. Demonstrated
experience with the following is highly desirable: design and development
of large software application systems; webuser interface development
REST; database application development using JDBC and MySQL. The position
holder should be able collaborate with broad, multidisciplinary teams.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills are essential.
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The RCSB PDB (citation) is managed by two members of the Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics:
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The RCSB PDB is funded by a grant from the
National Science Foundation, the
National Institutes of Health, and the
US Department of Energy.