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Semantic Web Jobs: Stanford & Pfizer

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Stanford University is looking for a Web UI and Backend Server Developer in Palo Alto, CA.

Stanford University is looking for a Web UI and Backend Server Developer in Palo Alto, CA: “Stanford University is the home for a national center to apply advances in computing to improve the effectiveness of biomedical research and health care. The user-facing part of our center is primarily an open-source web portal for collecting, categorizing, and applying medical and biological terminologies in innovative ways (http://bioportal.bioontology.org). In addition, we provide programmatic access to this information to allow others to build upon our technology. One of the applications of this system provides search of biomedical literature and clinical records that is much more effective than has previously been possible.”

The post continues, “We are looking for a mid-level software engineer with outstanding technical skills who is interested in a hands-on development position. We are looking for someone who can work equally well on both the frontend and the backend of our system. In addition, we would like someone who can take the lead in setting up an environment and process for automated software builds, tests, and metrics reporting.” Learn more and apply here.

Over on the east coast, Pfizer is looking for a Director of Marketing Technology Strategy in Madison, New Jersey: “This position will lead a global team to develop mid to long term Marketing technology strategies for all Business Units across Pfizer’s non-Pharma Businesses globally.  The role will be accountable for working with Client Partners, BU Marketing teams and other internal and external stakeholders to assess and develop strategies and plans for marketing channels / devices, e-commerce capabilities and marketing operations platforms.  This role will provide strategic leadership and creative thinking to the analysis of technology trends and the identification of new opportunities to help drive product growth strategies.” Learn more and apply here.

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