The University of Texas at Austin Job Posting

Software Developer/Analyst

Hiring department Ices-PI-Elber
Monthly salary $4,166+ depending on qualifications
Hours per week 40.00 Standard from 800AM to 500PM
Posting number 18-03-07-01-9359
Job Status Open
FLSA status Exempt
Earliest Start Date Immediately
Position Duration Terminates on unknown date
Position open to all applicants
Location Austin (main campus)
Number of vacancies 1
General Notes

Knowledge and significant experience in python is a must.

Required Application Materials

  • A Resume is required in order to apply
  • A Letter of Interest is required in order to apply.
  • A List of 3 References is required in order to apply.

Additional Information


To design and code computer scripts in support of the Computational Life Science and Biology Center in the Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences.

Essential Functions

To design and code computer scripts in python that interface general Molecular Dynamics simulation programs, to other codes enabling statistical analyses. Provide feedback to the simulation programs.

Marginal/Incidental functions

Other related functions as assigned.

Required qualifications

Possesses and applies a broad knowledge of principles, practices and procedures of applications, programming or analysis in appropriate languages. Ability to handle multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. One year of experience in systems analysis, design and programming. Equivalent combination of relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications

One year of experience in python programming. Experience in computational biology laboratory. Knowledge in structural biology or computational biophysics.

Working conditions

Repetitive use of a keyboard at a workstation May work in standard office conditions. Initial work under pressure to complete a prototype. Follow up work will include maintenance and further developments under lower pressure.

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