Our collaborators at Indiana University are hiring a full-time Research Software Engineer to work in Bloomington, Indiana. Job Summary: Works in an exciting collaborative, research environment and as a member of a distributed development team that includes members from other major research universities in the Midwest to develop highly reusable and maintainable software services and tools for scientific use. Stays abreast of new technologies, particularly as they pertain to large-scale and long-tail data; identifies requirements, develops software, tests, deploys, and works with users. Works in the fluid environment of a research center; and carries out performance evaluations, writes up results and documentation, and gives tutorials to groups of users. Expresses technical opinions to a technical group and defends ideas verbally; and provides technical guidance to students. Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required. REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree in computer science or related field and three years of experience. Combinations of related education and experience may be considered. Experience with procedural languages such as Java and C#, scripting languages such as Python and PHP, web service tools, XML tools, .NET, and grid and cloud computing technologies. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; and ability and comfort to thrive in the fluid environment of a research center. Preferred: Master’s degree in computer science or related field; experience in middleware programming; object-oriented design and service-oriented architecture; familiarity with Solr, relational databases, and GWT. Note: This position is funded through grant funding and offers guaranteed 24-months with future funding contingent on the availability of funding and performance. Other: This position is located in the Data To Insight Center, a center that is part of Pervasive Technology Institute. To apply visit https://jobs.iu.edu and position #12288.