Minimize Data and web services engineer, geospatal applications

Date added: 18 April 2019

Organisation: Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)

Location: Plymouth, United Kingdom

Application deadline: 17 May 2019

Description:

The Geospatial Applications group at Plymouth Marine Laboratory is seeking a talented, reliable data and web services developer to join a small but growing team developing software and tools to work with Earth observation data from satellites. You will be a key member of the data visualisation team within a wider group in the development of web-based technologies used by clients including major national and international commercial companies and organisations, as well as the UK Space Agency, European Space Agency, Science and Technology Facilities Council, and UK Government departments.

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with internal and external users and customers to determine requirements and technical needs for the software that you and the team develop
  • Ensure that the code base is developed in a modular, clearly defined and well documented manner that adheres to the coding standards and meets customer expectations

Requirements

  • A sound and demonstrable knowledge of web-based technologies and/or data services with at least three years' experience in this field
  • Demonstrable skill in producing well documented Python and/or JavaScript code, ideally in a Linux environment
  • Experience of using version control tools such as git
  • A strong academic background in a computer science, maths or physics subject, or equivalent industrial experience

If you have any of the following skills this will strengthen your application:

  • Geographical Information System (GIS) software or tools
  • Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards
  • Linux server administration (nginx, Apache, Tomcat, etc.)
  • Containerisation (Docker, Kubernetes)
  • Infrastructure virtualisation

Learn more about the opportunity and how to apply.


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