✨✨ BIG NEWS: We are hiring!! ✨✨
Amazing Research Software Engineer / Research Data Scientist positions within the @turinghut23 group at the @turinginst, at Standard (permanent) and Junior levels 🤩

👇 Here below a thread on who we are and what we

We are a highly diverse and interdisciplinary group of around 30 research software engineers and data scientists 😎💻 👉 https://t.co/KcSVMb89yx #RSEng
We value expertise across many domains - members of our group have backgrounds in psychology, mathematics, digital humanities, biology, astrophysics and many other areas 🧬📖🧪📈🗺️⚕️🪐
/ @DavidBeavan @LivingwMachines
In our everyday job we turn cutting edge research into professionally usable software tools. Check out @evelgab's #LambdaDays 👩‍💻 presentation for some examples: https://t.co/GzO9m1CGz4
We create software packages to analyse data in a readable, reliable and reproducible fashion and contribute to the #opensource community, as @drsarahlgibson highlights in her contributions to @mybinderteam and @turingway: https://t.co/pRqXtFpYXq #ResearchSoftwareHour
To know more, here's a day in the life of a Research Data Scientist in our group, @louise_a_bowler ! 💯👩‍💻
We are expert collaborators and work with the @turinginst community and beyond to enhance the applicability of their research. Check out the spotlights of some of our members 🙌:
https://t.co/KknkBtl6bg / @CamilaRangelS @radka_jersak @louise_a_bowler
We often host and work together with members of the civil service @faststreamuk program - see @Kevinzhangxu's thread about his experience with us earlier this year 👌: https://t.co/0UeLNhIJ9L
We highly value the development and career progression of our members: we have a dedicated Junior training role, and through our internal promotion scheme people have been promoted to Senior, Principal and even to Director! If you'd like to know more, contact @martinoreilly!
Some of our projects are covered in the Turing Podcast 🎙️, started by @EChalstrey, a (former Junior!) Research Data Scientist from the team: https://t.co/kmpPE1UldD
We work on topics ranging from data security 🔐 to air traffic control ✈️, from modelling contact-tracing during the current pandemic 😷 to the industrial revolution 🚂 (@LivingwMachines): to find out more, see our website! 👇
Or check out our brand new @TuringDStories project!! 😻😻https://t.co/PEWnUMxoXc / @DavidBeavan @CamilaRangelS @Kevinzhangxu
And now, about you...
If you understand the importance of good practices for producing reliable software and reproducible analyses (as described for instance by @turingway), are fluent in a programming language used in #DataScience, and love to learn new skills, we strongly encourage you to apply!
In addition, if you feel that your profile would support the Group's activities, we would love to hear from you! Look at our historian turned into data scientist 👨‍💻: https://t.co/WJyc77kt49 / @f_nanni @LivingwMachines
Or at the contributions of our seismologist @kasra_hosseini to research in #digitalhumanities
Experience in teaching and training, building #opensource communities, scientific computing and other themes are also very welcome - surprise us!
In particular, if you have worked (or would love to work!) on cloud ☁️ or high performance computing get in touch! Tomas is available if you'd like to know more 😉:
https://t.co/dgkK45JzN6 #HPC
We welcome any informal inquiries and will set up drop-in sessions if you'd like to have a chat with members of the group before applying. Just send a message to @f_nanni or @CamilaRangelS, or subscribe here:
📨 https://t.co/3e4b0dsEDJ
Again, consider applying or pass it on to colleagues and friends who might be interested!!
👉 https://t.co/LnGW7JNQX5

More from Data science

You May Also Like

@franciscodeasis https://t.co/OuQaBRFPu7
Unfortunately the "This work includes the identification of viral sequences in bat samples, and has resulted in the isolation of three bat SARS-related coronaviruses that are now used as reagents to test therapeutics and vaccines." were BEFORE the

chimeric infectious clone grants were there.https://t.co/DAArwFkz6v is in 2017, Rs4231.
https://t.co/UgXygDjYbW is in 2016, RsSHC014 and RsWIV16.
https://t.co/krO69CsJ94 is in 2013, RsWIV1. notice that this is before the beginning of the project

starting in 2016. Also remember that they told about only 3 isolates/live viruses. RsSHC014 is a live infectious clone that is just as alive as those other "Isolates".

P.D. somehow is able to use funds that he have yet recieved yet, and send results and sequences from late 2019 back in time into 2015,2013 and 2016!

https://t.co/4wC7k1Lh54 Ref 3: Why ALL your pangolin samples were PCR negative? to avoid deep sequencing and accidentally reveal Paguma Larvata and Oryctolagus Cuniculus?