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Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is looking for a Lead Data Systems Engineer in Los Angeles, CA.

Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is looking for a Lead Data Systems Engineer in Los Angeles, CA. According to the post, “The Lead Data Systems Engineer’s (LDSE) develops software systems for integrating, processing, and managing clinical data for research purposes. Communicates with project managers, data analysts, clinical researchers, physicians, software engineers, software architects, computer scientists. Possesses the abilities and qualities of a Data Architect for data system design, Software Architect for software system design, and Software Engineer for daily programming. Designs and builds systems for data storage or processing. Develops strategies for data management. Integrates various data sources to meet organizational requirements.”

Qualifications for the position include: “4 years industry software engineering experience. 4 years object-oriented programming experience (Java, C++, etc). MS/MEng in Computer Science or related field.  Intimate knowledge of relational databases (Oracle, SQLServer, MySQL, etc) and SQL.  Familiarity with non-relational databases (MongoDB, CouchDB, etc). Familiarity with scripting languages (bash, javascript, ruby, python, etc). Familiarity with web technologies (J2EE, php, etc). Familiarity with open source software community (Apache, Github, Sourceforge, etc).  Familiarity with semantic web technologies (RDF, OWL, SPARQL, etc). Familiarity with big data management (OODT, Hadoop, etc).”

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