In this position you are expected to work closely with researchers to develop infrastructure and applications to support their projects. In a collaboration with Radboud University Medical Center and Amazon Web Services we have developed an open-source MLOps platform for medical imaging, https://grand-challenge.org, that is deployed on public cloud and on premises. Your role at qurAI will be to further integrate this platform with the hospitals systems, and further develop it to meet the requirements of the qurAI researchers. In this position, you will be responsible for leading the local development and managing the full lifecycle of the Grand-Challenge platform as well as specific clinically-oriented workstations. This includes understanding user needs, creating requirements, developing the workstations, integrating research algorithms, automating tests, writing documentation, releasing, and supporting users. You will be also responsible to coordinate and co-supervise the software engineering work in both locations, Amsterdam and Nijmegen, as well as supporting qurAI researchers. You will be supervised by Clarisa Sanchez (UvA) and James Meakin (RadboudUMC).
Additionally, you will perform as ICT contact person and data steward within the Institute for a small percentage (10%) of your time. ICT contact persons form the bridge between the ICTS and groups within IvI in relation to services that we take from ICTS and is responsible for hardware inventory management. As a data steward, you will assist researchers in their assigned group in data management planning, data storage, and data reposition; and monitor the quantity and quality of research data management in the assigned groups.
What do you have to offer
We encourage you to apply even if you do not meet all of the requirements above. We offer a collaborative, international environment with ample opportunities to develop your skills.
We offer a temporary employment contract for 38 hours per week for a period of 12 months. The preferred starting date is to be discussed. A permanent contract follows if we assess your performance positive.
The gross monthly salary, based on 38 hours per week and dependent on relevant experience, ranges between € 3,974 to € 5,439 (scale 11). This does not include the 8% holiday allowance and the 8,3% year-end allowance. The UFO profile ICT Developer 2 is applicable. For this position we can not sponsor a visa. The Collective Labour Agreement of Universities of the Netherlands is applicable.
Besides the salary and a vibrant and challenging environment at Science Park we offer you multiple fringe benefits:
Are you curious to read more about our extensive package of secondary employment benefits, take a look here.
Do you recognize yourself in the job profile? Then we look forward to receiving your application by 31 July 2022. You can apply online via this link.
Applications should include the following information (all files besides your CV should be submitted in one single pdf file):
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We will invite potential candidates for interviews soon after the expiration of the vacancy.