About the Company:
NRGene develops and commercializes cutting edge genomics big data analysis tools which are reshaping agriculture worldwide. Our unique team of highly experienced computational biologists, algorithm designers and software developers, creates novel solutions to help feed the world in the upcoming years. NRGene’s products are already being used by several leading ag, food and beverages companies and academia. Our pioneering software tools are designed to harness and analyze the massive amounts of data produced by Next Generation Sequencing technologies in a cloud-based affordable, scalable, and precise manner.
Job description and responsibilities:
Your job will be to develop our web interface for all our products. You will be taking part in key design decisions (UI/UX), choice of frameworks and architecture, cloud services and more.
- Hands-on experience with building client-facing web-based applications using
BSc or MSc in CS / Math / Elec. Eng. – a big advantage
Experience with cloud computing services (AWS in particular) – a big advantage.Knowledge of source control (github specifically), CI/CD pipelines and containers (Docker) – a must.
Experience with Node. js and server-side development – a definitive plus. olid understanding of principles of clean-code, and general craftsmanship in developing software.
Independent, reliable and can lead big projects.
Thorough understanding of testing methodologies and tools.
Experience solving issues around scalability and performance.
Solid understanding of modern browsers runtime environments.
Experience working both in legacy and in greenfield projects.
Some background in biology – an advantage.
If you want to work with the best, and see yourself fit for the job, please apply here or send your CV to: [email protected]
* This job is open for Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada only.
NRGene Canada is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to create an inclusive workplace, we will evaluate qualification of applicants without any discrimination. This job is open for Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada only.