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Position: Programmer - MGH Surgical Oncology Research and the MGH Institute for Technology
Institution: Massachusetts General Hospital
Department: MGH Surgical Oncology Research
Location: Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Duties: The Department of Surgery and the MGH Institute for Technology Assessment seek a Programmer to join researchers conducting cancer research. Primary anticipated responsibilities include design and expansion of computer simulation models, optimization for processor-intensive calculations, management of large files and mathematical notation, and database development/application integration
Requirements: 1-2 years programming experience, including strong C/C++ and OOP experience; multiplatform development skills (Windows and Linux); experience with optimization for processor-intensive calculations; knowledge of random number generation, techniques for managing large files, and mathematical notation; database development/application integration experience; and a mathematical background as well as strong knowledge of statistics. Bachelors Degree required
   
Text: The Department of Surgery and the MGH Institute for Technology Assessment seek a Programmer to join researchers conducting cancer research. The cancer research is highly quantitative, involving computer simulation models of cancer development and treatment in various populations. Primary anticipated responsibilities include design and expansion of computer simulation models, optimization for processor-intensive calculations, management of large files and mathematical notation, and database development/ application integration. A mathematical background as well as strong knowledge of statistics, creative thinking, strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and the ability to handle multiple projects are expected. ',' The Department of Surgery and the MGH Institute for Technology Assessment seek a Programmer to join researchers conducting cancer research. The cancer research is highly quantitative, involving computer simulation models of cancer development and treatment in various populations. Primary anticipated responsibilities include design and expansion of computer simulation models, optimization for processor-intensive calculations, management of large files and mathematical notation, and database development/ application integration. A mathematical background as well as strong knowledge of statistics, creative thinking, strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and the ability to handle multiple projects are expected. ',' 1-2 years programming experience, including strong C/C++ and OOP experience; multiplatform development skills (Windows and Linux); experience with optimization for processor-intensive calculations; knowledge of random number generation, techniques for managing large files, and mathematical notation; database development/ application integration experience; and a mathematical background as well as strong knowledge of statistics. Preferred experience includes knowledge of biostatistics and statistics packages (R, SAS) and Linux clusters; Excel VBA programming; experience with GUI design and development; Java and MFC a plus. Bachelors Degree required ',' 1-2 years programming experience, including strong C/C++ and OOP experience; multiplatform development skills (Windows and Linux); experience with optimization for processor-intensive calculations; knowledge of random number generation, techniques for managing large files, and mathematical notation; database development/ application integration experience; and a mathematical background as well as strong knowledge of statistics. Preferred experience includes knowledge of biostatistics and statistics packages (R, SAS) and Linux clusters; Excel VBA programming; experience with GUI design and development; Java and MFC a plus. Bachelors Degree required ',' Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged. ',' Massachusetts General Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged. ','MA-Boston-MGH Main Campus','MA-Boston-MGH Main Campus','','',' MGH Main Campus (MGHMAIN) 55 Fruit Street Boston , 02114 ','MGH Main Campus','55 Fruit Street','','Boston','02114','IT/Health IT/Informatics - Other','IT/Health IT/Informatics - Other','Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)','Massachusetts General Hospital(MGH)','Full-time','Full-time','40','40','Day Job','Day Job','','','Regular','Regular','MGH Surgical Oncology Research','MGH Surgical Oncology Research','Apr 11, 2018','Apr 11, 2018','false','488086','488086','true','488086','false','Submission for the position: Programmer, MGH Surgical Oncology Research and the MGH Institute for Technology - (Job Number: 3062306)','false','488086','false','true','https://partners.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=3062306〈=en','Programmer, MGH Surgical Oncology Research and the MGH Institute for Technology','true']);
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