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Thomson Reuters is searching for a Senior Developer, Knowledge Management in Boston, MA.

Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters is searching for a Senior Developer, Knowledge Management in Boston, MA. The post states, “In Life Sciences Professional Services (LSPS), we partner with customers to provide disease understanding, therapeutic and business insights and better decision-support systems. We combine expert analysts in use of our content and technology assets, proprietary analytical and visualization tools and deep expertise in the pharmaceutical and life sciences business. Customers benefit from tailored solutions to unique business needs that support faster, more informed decisions with higher confidence within or across the pharmaceutical R&D lifecycle… Senior Developer, Knowledge Management will be leading development of knowledge management and knowledge mining solutions for our customers.  This role will support all phases, from pre-sales activities, such as Define & Design, to the actual delivery and ongoing support.”


Qualifications for the position include: “Good communication skills; ability to discuss a project with non-IT person and formulate project requirements. Good understanding of semantic technologies, specifically RDF. Experience working with ontologies, ontology management software, OWL. Experience working with triplestores, SPARQL proficiency. Good understanding of text mining principles and existing tools and libraries. Recent experience in server-side scripting, preferably Python or Groovy. SQL knowledge, experience designing database schemas. Experience working with scientific data in Life Sciences field.”


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