Software Developer

Organization
Muse Biotechnology, Inc.
Job Location
Boulder, CO
Job Description

Located in Boulder, CO, Muse Biotechnology specializes in editing genomic and extrachromosomal DNA sequences, a technology of growing importance for industrial and medical applications. We hold very high standards for our products, our work, and our co-workers. A key element of our our company centers on developing elegant and intuitive software to power our DNA editing technology.

Our development team includes people with backgrounds in computer science, web app development, and bioinformatics. Currently, we are seeking a computer scientist who is comfortable working the full stack of application development processes. The ideal candidate will have cloud architecture development and deployment modeling experience, a solid background mitigating network security risks and maintaining data encryption standards, as well as expertise in optimization of nonfunctional requirements (e.g. algorithmic optimization and database design for speed). While this is an entry level position, it is possible that the nature of this role could change and expand in unpredictable ways as Muse grows.

 

 

Who we are:

●  A startup company developing paradigm-shifting bioengineering technologies

●  A fun group of people who are extraordinarily excited about synthetic biology and genome engineering

●  Ready to push ourselves and each other to the next level

●  Focused on product development

●  Dedicated to improving our software

●  Committed to providing an awesome user experience

 

Who you are:

● A computer scientist eager to design, develop, test, and support new features

● Excited about the potential impact of synthetic biology and metabolic engineering 

● Proactive about learning and improving upon the code base

● Excited about learning new skillsets and frameworks as necessary

● Ready to work in an innovative, agile development environment

● A team player excited about teaching and learning from other team members regarding ways to use new development tools and best practices

 

Requirements you need to succeed:

●  BS/MS/PhD in computer science with at least 3 years development experience

●  Working knowledge of internet security best practices

●  Experience building cloud architectures (AWS) and deployment modeling

●  Expert-level command of Python and Javascript

●  Graph theory applications in computer science

●  Expert in version control using git and GitHub

●  Solid understanding of object oriented design

●  Expert in SQL, No-SQL, and database design

●  Competent in data science frameworks

●  Working knowledge of machine learning as applied to sequence analysis (k-mer frequency profiling)

●  Commitment to writing beautiful, well-documented, test-driven code

 

Job responsibilities include:

●  Optimization of nonfunctional requirements (e.g. enhance algorithmic and data transfer speed where appropriate)

●  Database design, optimization, and API integration

●  Network and data security administration

●  Development and optimization of deployed architecture usage and cost model

●  Presenting critical updates and rationale at weekly group meetings

●  Thoughtful review of team member code

About Our Organization

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Boulder Colorado, Muse bio is revolutionizing genome engineering. Muse bio’s success is driven by the great people who work at the Company and our ability to recruit and retain additional highly qualified and motivated people. We offer an excellent compensation package including a competitive salary, company ownership, comprehensive benefits and the opportunity to be part of a dynamic growth company environment. Muse bio is an equal opportunity employee.

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