PicoSeq currently has an open position for a full-time software developer to work on various projects related to the development of our instrument systems for fingerprinting, sequencing, and epigenetic analysis of DNA and RNA. This is rare opportunity to play an important role in the development of a cutting-edge technology, and as part of a dynamic early-stage company. The position will be based in Paris, France.
We are seeking an exceptional individual who enjoys working in a highly collaborative and fast paced R&D environment to join our multidisciplinary team. The successful candidate will work with biologists, engineers, physicists and software engineers, both within PicoSeq and as part of collaborations with academic and OEM partners. He/she will play an important role in the commercialization of our innovative new technology for analysis of individual DNA and RNA molecules. The candidate should have demonstrated competence working both individually and in project teams.
The successful candidate will work on a wide range of software development projects related to the commercialization of our genomic analysis instrument platform. This could include code optimization for existing software, development of new data mining and modelling algorithms, and tools for analysing RNA and DNA maps, sequences, and epigenetic fingerprints (based on outputs from our prototype instruments). This work will involve the analysis of novel data types and the development of new analytical methods. In addition, it will be necessary to support other team members in the handling, analysis, and storage of the data produced by the system. The candidate will provide input for software architecture design, and develop robust and reliable software infrastructure components, documentation and tests that enable our team to rapidly create a diversity of software solutions.
This role would suit candidates that have a solid background in both coding and applied statistics/data analysis and who would like to apply their experience and skills to the development of a novel and ground-breaking life sciences technology.