The IRIS DMC is looking for two Java Web Service Engineers to join our team in Seattle.
We are currently working on a project supported by the National Science Foundations (NSF) EarthCube initiative where we will work with partners in the geoscience community to expose many data sets for broad use via web service interfaces. These positions will play a key role in designing and implementing the software to be used in this project.
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This job is for you if…
You are a seasoned Java developer experienced in web service and application development. You are self-motivated with strong time management skills. You enjoy puzzling through various use cases to determine the best general solutions then implement them. You work well with others in a small development team and can also develop a complete project on your own. You work well with partner organizations as a representative.
We are a small, scientific consortium with a global reach. The work we perform and the services we provide have a direct impact on the field of seismology and earthquake research in addition to a broader geoscience community.
These positions will remain open until filled.