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Dev Ops Engineer - Bioinformatics and Genomics - Cloud-Based Dx, Ghent



Ghent, Belgium 

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IT roles in Life Sciences - Develop your Technical Skills, While Curing Cancer

IT Engineer? Database Admin genius? DevOps Specialist? Sometimes it might feel like you only have options within the technical world, but NonStop regularly support top Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Medical Device and Life Science clients from the global research industry with exactly such positions!

Not only does work in these industries build your profile in one of the most skills-short areas of the global economy, it also contributes more than any other area, to making human lives better to live. From curing many types of cancer, to restoring sight and senses, to combating rare diseases, these industries change lives every day - and in the IT area, you could be part of it!

Why not have a look at the role below, and see if it could be a fit!

Dev Ops Engineer - Bioinformatics and Genomics - Cloud-Based Diagnostics Service

Working within the Genomics and Bioinformatics R&D cluster, the Dev Ops Engineer in this role will be developing, building and validating a software package for Genomic analysis. In close cooperation with the full software development team, you’ll be developing and maintaining a growing portfolio of SaaS assets which could be everyday news in tomorrow’s medicine.

Key requirements:

• Familiarity with ISO 27001 is a plus.
• Solid knowledge of Linux at Sysadmin level (specifically Ubuntu LTS server/Debian/RHEL)
• Rabbitmq, Celery, Nginx, uWSGI, logstash, elasticsearch as well as Redis, Couchbase and other NoSQL databases
• Some cloud environment experience will be a huge benefit in this role, for example Amazon Web Services (EC2, VPC, EFS, S3), OpenStack or equivalent
• Service monitoring and logging experience (Zabbix, Graphana, Splunk, AppDynamics, DataDog, new Relic…)

And most importantly:

• Keen interest in learning more about medical device software development!

Sound like something that could suit you? There are many more details to come, but if this seems like a fit for you, why not get in touch to discuss in more detail?

Theo Botsford - NonStop Pharma

+49 89 2109 3363 / +44 20 7940 2109 - t.botsford@nonstop-pharma.com
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