The Noble Research Institute's Computing Services department is seeking a Software Developer to join our Computing Services Solutions team. The ideal candidate will have skills in the area of developing, designing and implementing software and database solutions. The position will work closely with Noble's staff of researchers, scientists and agricultural professionals to develop solutions to solve great agricultural challenges. The successful candidate will be developing solutions using development languages such as Python, R, Perl, Java and .Net. Candidates with a background of development within the Linux operating systems are preferred. Preference may also be given to applicants who have worked in biology related fields.
Why would you want to join us? The Computing Services department is not your typical IT group. Camaraderie is one of our core values so you know we love working together. Combine that with a pursuit of excellence and a passion for what we are doing and you will know what we are about. Our department is responsible for not just traditional IT services, but bioinformatics and research support, spatial technology, plus library and information management services. The very best part is that you will be making a meaningful contribution to an organization with a vision to be a recognized leader in improving agricultural production. Additional information about the Computing Services department can be found at http://www.noble.org/recruiting/computing-services/.
The Noble Research Institute offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. Employment in this full-time position will be at the organization’s main campus in Ardmore, Oklahoma.
EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled
Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to:
Bachelors Degree in Computer Science, MIS or related field required. 5 years experience with enterprise systems required; in-depth experience with database design and web development in an enterprise environment required; experience with object-oriented concepts and development required.