This post is intended for an experienced programmer, who will be able to
provide server-side and programming support to the Arts, Humanities and Social
Sciences Research Building (AHSSRB) researchers in developing their projects,
and to participate in training and mentoring researchers, including PhD
students, in their specialist area.
Candidates must have a higher level qualification in computational sciences
(or equivalent). They should have a proven interest in computing for research
and development purposes, have excellent documentation and interpersonal
skills, and an ability to work effectively in a team. A familiarity with
aspects of arts, humanities and social science research is desirable...
Applicants must be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in some or all of
the following areas:
A proven record of developing applications from conception through
implementation, including the architectural planning, design, coding, testing,
debugging, and documentation phases of a software development project
Advanced programming skills (e.g. Java or C+)
High performance computing under Linux or Windows environments, including high
performance networking and systems design
Developing and integrating tools, plug-ins and scripts in an open source
Apache /Tomcat web server software.
Relational databases and database management systems (MySQL, SQLServer,
System backup hardware and software
The evaluation of existing tools
Good knowledge of security principles and practices
The holder of this post will work under the general direction of the Academic
Director of the AHSSRB.
The starting salary range is €42,911 gross p.a.
**Start date and duration**
The post is available from 1 March 2013 to contract end-date of 31 December
Further informal enquiries please contact: Professor Jane Conroy:
[log in to unmask]; tel.: +353-91-492260.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 5.00 pm Friday, 15th February
2013. For more information and Application Form please click '[Apply
Online](http://www.nuigalway.ie/about-us/jobs/)'. Applications should be sent
to [log in to unmask]
The National University of Ireland, Galway is an equal opportunities employer.
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