Calling all science enthusiasts! Perhaps you studied Chemistry at university but then found yourself pulled towards software development instead when you entered the world of work? Or maybe you did a dissertation or early internship in bioinformatics and have always wanted to get back into the sciences? This interesting role sits at the junction of science and software development, and is a great opportunity for a Perl developer to rediscover his or her passion for the natural sciences.
It’s with a popular bioinformatics company that makes software to facilitate protein identification and comparison. The London-based team is looking for candidates with solid experience developing large commercial products in Perl but also some scientific background – or at the least a demonstrable passion for the sciences! The company is small and values strong full-stack skills and versatility in its developers.
This job is no longer officially open, but see below for how to register your interest in roles like this, and be told as if the company reopens hiring.
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