Posts Tagged ‘Senior Developer’

Semantic Web Jobs: Thomson Reuters

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Thomson Reuters is searching for a Senior Developer, Knowledge Management in Boston, MA. The post states, “In Life Sciences Professional Services (LSPS), we partner with customers to provide disease understanding, therapeutic and business insights and better decision-support systems. We combine expert analysts in use of our content and technology assets, proprietary analytical and visualization tools and deep expertise in the pharmaceutical and life sciences business. Customers benefit from tailored solutions to unique business needs that support faster, more informed decisions with higher confidence within or across the pharmaceutical R&D lifecycle… Senior Developer, Knowledge Management will be leading development of knowledge management and knowledge mining solutions for our customers.  This role will support all phases, from pre-sales activities, such as Define & Design, to the actual delivery and ongoing support.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Goldman Sachs

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Goldman Sachs is looking for a Senior Developer in Jersey City, NJ. The post states, “TIDM is an ecosystem that provides inventory data to the firm with a demonstrated SLA of 99.999% availability and has been deployed globally. We’re looking for software engineers who want to work on cutting edge technologies in an agile environment. Skills would include: Java and Groovy, meta programming, graph databases, RDF databases, ETL technologies, NoSQL technologies and HADOOP/HBase. Ontology experience a plus.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: STI Innsbruck

STI Innsbruck is looking to fill multiple positions in Innsbruck, Austria. The positions include graduate level research positions, post doctorate positions, and a Senior Developer position. According to the university, “Our major objective is to establish Semantic technologies as a core pillar of modern Computer Science, thereby providing interoperability and scalability for Semantically Enabled Service Orientated Architectures.” Read more