The position is for a Computer Scientist working on challenging and innovative applications that can make a worthwhile contribution in medicine and healthcare.
CBCL is looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated graduates who want an opportunity to make a big impact at an early stage and to grow their career rapidly within a dynamic organisation. Working in a project-oriented company you can expect to gain experience in the full development cycle. This is an exciting and varied role that will involve working with the client and people across the company in sales, marketing, development and technical support.
The main business of the Company is to transform content provided by third parties and build and host fast, scalable, high availability websites for our healthcare clients. Our core services are based on the Microsoft.Net platform, XML processing and web technology. CBCL also develop and sell native Microsoft .Net XQuery and XSLT processing engines and libraries for developers. As a member of our experienced and talented team we will expect you to make a significant contribution to the success of our business.
CBCL provide a relaxed and informal environment to work in one of the most attractive parts of Cambridge. We offer a generous leave entitlement, healthcare plan and life assurance cover, make generous contributions toward your pension and support portable pension schemes. CBCL are members of W3C and encourage your continuing professional development and participation in relevant conferences, as attaining and maintaining a high level of expertise in appropriate disciplines is essential to your success and our business!
You will be a Computer Science graduate, equivalent or post-doc, with an interest in using and developing XML processing technologies, and have a good qualification from a leading University (2.1 or better). Core skills must include at least intermediate level XSLT, Xpath and XQuery and knowledge of C#, SQL, HTML, CSS and jQuery is also desirable.
This is a permanent, full-time, position.
Salary will be in the range £23,000 to £28,000 depending on qualifications and experience.
To apply: Send your C.V. and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of The Royal College of Pathologists, CBCL host and maintain e-pathpots.org.uk, an online resouce providing RSS feeds for more than 350 podcasts related to pathology museum specimens.
These podcasts have been produced to support the teaching of trainee pathologists and medical students in the UK, but are free to anyone with an interest in the pathology of disease. It is a collaboration between the Royal College of Pathologists, King’s College London and e-learning for Healthcare, an initiative of the Department of Health.
Nearly all the specimens are human material that has been collected over the last three centuries. Many were in pathology museums across London that have now closed and they are now held in the Gordon Museum, at King’s College London. All have been stored and catalogued in accordance with the UK Human Tissue Act 2004.