BIO IT software engineer

Multiplicom NV
Job Location
Ottergemsesteenweg Zuid 808 bus 308
9000 Gent

Please send applications (English) with CV (including references when available) to Sophie Snijders at

Job Description

Multiplicom is developing a range of innovative, cloud-based software products for analysis and interpretation of genetic data generated by its test kits. As a member of the software development team located in Ghent, you will participate in the following activities:

  • Creation and validation of bioinformatics pipelines for the analysis of massive parallel sequencing (MPS) data.
  • Development of innovative algorithms and software tools for the interpretation of MPS data.
  • Encapsulation of analysis pipelines in a scalable and robust production environment.
  • Software engineering and software life cycle management.
  • Master or PhD degree in Computer Science, Bioinformatics, Biology, (Bio)engineering, Physics, Mathematics, or similar.
  • Active experience with software development (preferably using Python).
  • Prior experience with bioinformatics tools and MPS data analysis is a plus.
  • Strong analytical problem solver.
  • Ability to write high quality technical documents in English.
  • Team player with good communication skills. 
How to Apply

Please send applications (English) with CV (including references when available) to Sophie Snijders at

About Our Organization

Multiplicom N.V. is a Belgian biotech company focused on human molecular diagnostics. The company develops, manufactures and commercializes leading edge and easy-to-use genetic test kits based on the latest molecular diagnostic technologies. With its easy and reliable methodology it is enabling all molecular laboratories the implementation of personalized medicine. Multiplicom is located in Niel, and Ghent, Belgium. Please visit for more information.


Multiplicom considers people its most valuable asset. Each member of our organization makes an essential contribution to our success and the growth of our company. Our culture allows our people to flourish both as professionals and as individuals. 

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