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3 months ago
Salary band: $10k - $15k
Location: North America, United States
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Talener
Category: Engineer
Job Description:

Our Client Located in Kendall Square, our client's goal is to advance the life sciences industry by providing researchers with tools and scientific support. For nearly twenty years, they have diversified their business from antibody related productions to biochemicals-- and now through expanding the set of software solutions that they make available to their customers. This is a senior level Java Engineer role in Boston. The ideal candidate will be working on a platform written in Scala which currently supports data, text, and video analysis. The candidate will work on a small team of software developers to develop and support applications for internal and client use. The overall goal will be to simplify the user experience and deliver high quality data analysis to customers. Required Skills Experience with Core Java5 years of experience minimumPrevious Experience with Scala / Strong Desire to learn more with ScalaExperience with or strong desire to learn functional programming practicesCandidates MUST currently be local to Boston Additional Skills Experience with UI/building end-user applicationsLife sciences background a major plusExperience with functional programming The Offer Competitive Salary: $95k - $120k, based on experienceIf you are interested in this role, please contact Anurag Allena at or . Local candidates only, please! We meet all of our candidates in person to ensure the best fit for everyone. Only candidates authorized to work for any employer in the United States will be considered. Our client is unable to provide sponsorship at this time.

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