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Semantic Web Jobs: Harvard Medical School

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The Harvard Medical School is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in Boston, MA.

The Harvard Medical School is looking for a Senior Software Engineer in Boston, MA. The post states, “Reporting to the Director of Informatics Technology, this position will be responsible for developing innovative software tools, applications, services, networks and databases that are mission critical to the success of the Center for Biomedical Informatics (CBMI) at Harvard Medical School. The person in this role will be a senior contributor to the leading edge eagle-i project (eagle-I. org). The eagle-i project is a nationwide discovery network for biomedical research resources. Eagle-i is a Semantic Web system that is ontology driven and embraces Linked Open Data principles. The person in this position will work with directors, technical leadership and users in order to design code and deploy tools that will be used nationally by biomedical researchers.”

It continues, “This person will be responsible for web application, web services, network and server-side development. Specific tools used will include GWT, Java, RDF, OWL and XML. We are looking for someone who can contribute on all tiers of our applications. This person will work with a variety of teams and will be expected to take a leadership role in helping to analyze requirements, develop designs, manage priorities, and perform unit tests and support ongoing QA efforts. Self-motivation, enthusiasm, and excellent planning, leadership, and communication skills are required. The person in this role will own several major components in the eagle-i architecture and provide technical leadership in his/her area of expertise. This is a grant-funded position through August 31, 2012.”

Learn more and apply here.

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