[Numpy-discussion] Hiring: Software Developer, Scientific Applications

David Goldsmith d.l.goldsmith at gmail.com
Thu Mar 25 04:22:31 EDT 2010

On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 1:21 AM, David Goldsmith
<d.l.goldsmith at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is telecommuting an option?
> DG

Sorry, I didn't mean to send that to the list. :-(


> On Wed, Mar 24, 2010 at 4:44 PM, Amenity Applewhite
> <amenity at enthought.com> wrote:
>> Enthought is hiring a Software Developer.
>> See the description below, or on our
>> website: http://www.enthought.com/company/sd-scientific-app.php
>> Best,
>> Amenity
>> --
>> Amenity Applewhite
>> Enthought, Inc.
>> Scientific Computing Solutions
>> www.enthought.com
>> Software Developer
>> The Software Developer at Enthought, Inc. participates in the development of
>> scientific and technical applications involving GUIs, 2-D and 3-D graphics,
>> workflow and pipeline architecture, and numerical algorithms.   The position
>> also involves some interaction with clients. Some travel may be required.
>> We are interested both in experienced applicants as well as in recent
>> graduates. Applicants should have a BS, MS, or PhD degree with a strong
>> background in science and mathematics, as well as real experience developing
>> quality software, either commercial or open source. More experienced
>> applicants should also have demonstrated project management skills and the
>> ability to lead a team of strong developers with highly technical
>> backgrounds.
>> Applicants will be measured against the following qualifications:
>> • (Required) Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or other scientific or
>> engineering field with preferably an M.S. or Ph.D. degree.
>> • (Required) Minimum 2 years of technical lead or development experience
>> with 4 or more years preferred.
>> • Ability to understand a problem domain and then conceive of and implement
>> an intuitive user interface geared toward the scientist or engineer user.
>> • Discipline, pride, and professionalism to write readable, documented, and
>> unit-tested code that serves as an example to others who later study your
>> work.
>> • Strong work ethic and commitment to satisfying the customer.
>> • Experience with Python, and a strong understanding of how to apply its
>> capabilities to develop GUI frameworks, work flow frameworks, and elegant
>> scientific applications.
>> • Strong understanding of statistics, optimization, image processing, signal
>> processing, or other technical area.
>> • Experience with the following:
>> • GUI frameworks such as NetBeans or Eclipse
>> • wxPython, Qt
>> • Low-level 2-D graphics APIs such as Quartz or GDI+
>> • 3-D graphics, preferably using VTK
>> • Developing or working with plotting APIs
>> • Experience using (and interest in contributing to) SciPy
>> • numeric algorithms
>> Enthought offers competitive salaries and the opportunity to work on varied
>> and interesting technical projects. We are located in Austin, TX,
>> consistently rated as one of the best places to live in the US.  Benefits
>> include health, dental, vision and a 401k plan.
>> If you are interested in applying, submit a resume to jobs at enthought.com.
>> Code samples and links to previous work are encouraged but not required.
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