ConcR | Cambridge, UK | On-Site/Remote | Lead/Senior Software Developer | https://www.concr.co/
ConcR’s mission is to predict if a cancer therapy will work, and how. We are developing custom modelling frameworks in collaboration with astrophysicists from Durham, to enable us to model a broader range of the tumour biology than is currently possible, and through that enable accurate predictions of therapy efficacy to be made with less data. Our first product is focussed on helping accelerate the development of cancer drugs before they are used in clinical trials. Our later ambition is to develop a tool which greatly enhances a doctor's ability to choose treatment for their cancer patient.
We are looking for a software engineer to join the core team as lead developer. The role will involve taking the models developed by our bioinformaticians, and turning them into a product. The work will initially involve developing a research platform which runs intensive bioinformatic computations, whilst protecting confidential patient data. Later you and your team will go on to develop a system which receives clinical data from hospitals, runs our models on them, and sends the results back to the doctor. You will ensure the software is highly robust, and is built to medical standards, ensuring patient safety (with help from a regulatory advisor). We intend to hire further software developers, and you will be in charge of building the software team, and providing direction for it.
If hired we would be able to offer a competitive salary and stock options. We are flexible on working remotely or on-site.
If interested please contact email@example.com
Anvil | Developer Advocate | Cambridge, UK | On-site/Semi-Remote | Full-time or Part-time | https://anvil.works/jobs
Help us fix web development at Anvil (https://anvil.works)!
Anvil is a platform for building full-stack web apps with nothing but Python. That's Python in the browser, Python on the server - even a Python UI toolkit with a drag-and-drop designer! It's faster and easier than traditional web tools, but it's got all the power of an industrial-strength language, ecosystem and tooling. We open-sourced our runtime a few weeks back: https://anvil.works/blog/why-open-source
We’re looking for developers with great communication skills, to show people how to build awesome things with Anvil. You’ll be writing how-to guides, blog posts and tutorials, building example apps, presenting Anvil at conferences (when those resume), and helping our users – from individual developers to huge tech companies – build their applications. And then you’ll help us work out how to improve Anvil for them.
It's rewarding work – developers love being introduced to Anvil (our stand is always crowded at conferences!). Plus, there are all the advantages of an early-stage startup: lots of autonomy, and huge impact.
We're bootstrapped and profitable, with customers ranging from tiny to enormous. Find out more: https://anvil.works/jobs
We’re perfectionists. Idealists. Inventors. Forever tinkering with products and processes, always on the lookout for better. Whether you work at one of our global offices, offsite, or even at home, a job at Apple will be demanding. But it also rewards bright, original thinking and hard work. And none of us here would have it any other way.
Where do you see yourself at Apple?
-- Siri — Apple’s Siri is looking for exceptional engineers, designers, and project managers well versed in machine learning, natural language, speech recognition, server automation, and/or mobile software development. Siri is used on countless iOS, tvOS and watchOS devices and handles over a billion requests per week. Note that in addition to Cupertino, we are hiring in many locations such as Seattle, Pittsburgh, Beijing, Cambridge MA and Cambridge UK too.
If you’re passionate about Music, Productivity, or one of a variety of our open positions, you’ll be right at home.
Apply online or send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
-- SEAR -- Security Engineering & Architecture is looking for engineers who can help make sense of complex hardware and software systems, distilling essential qualities, threat models, and vulnerabilities from volumes of structured data. We are looking for backend engineers able to build scalable services — ingesting, storing and querying complex graph-relational data from diverse sources. We also have a role for web frontend development, requiring skills in designing usable, focused, data-driven interfaces, and automation engineers with experience with integrating software and/or testing at scale. Requiring no specialized security skills (though such skills are valued), these roles are a unique opportunity to be part of the team that architects and delivers groundbreaking security to more than a billion devices.
Apply online (https://jobs.apple.com/us/search?job=113644011&openJobId=113...) or send a resume to email@example.com (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org).
-- FEAR — Apple's Fraud & Security (FEAR) team — is responsible for protecting Apple’s users and the services they rely on. We’re hiring for both junior and senior roles and looking for software engineers who love building large-scale distributed systems. Senior engineers should have 5+ years working on distributed systems. Junior engineers should have a strong data structure and algorithm background plus proficiency in a statically typed language such as Java, C++ or Scala. We’re also hiring tools & automation engineers to help us develop the high-quality infrastructure that enables us to ship applications quickly and with confidence. We're looking to hire in our Cupertino, Austin and Vancouver offices.
If interested send your resume to email@example.com with [HN] in the email subject.