Applications are welcome for Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) developers at Wageningen University and Research in the Netherlands.
To strengthen its team, ISRIC is hiring a Spatial Data Infrastructure developer. In this ambitious role, the candidate will contribute to the development of ISRIC’s Spatial Data Infrastructure and to a number of ongoing projects, such as ISRIC’s World Soil Information Service (WoSIS) and SoilGrids, as well as Sustainable Land Management (SLM) projects.
The most important tasks in this role are:
- Deployment and maintenance of the backend infrastructure, supporting various ISRIC projects
- DevOps and CI/CD
- Development of API’s
- Programming and server administration
- Administering Linux systems
- Support and develop new ideas for improving workflows within ISRIC projects
Duration: Full-time employment for one year.
- Wageningen University & Research offers a competitive gross salary of between € 3.098,- and € 4.670, depending on experience
- sabbatical leave, study leave, and paid parental leave;
- working hours that can be discussed and arranged so that they allow for the best possible work-life balance;
- the option to accrue additional holiday hours by working more, up to 40 hours per week;
- there is a strong focus on vitality and you can make use of the sports facilities available on campus for a small fee;
- a fixed December bonus of 8.3%;
- excellent pension scheme.
To be eligible as a Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) developer, applicants should meet the following requirements
- BSc/MSc degree (or higher) in computer sciences, geoinformatics, or environmental sciences with good demonstrable experience on the job topics (for an example demonstrating code in GitHub or completed projects)
- Experience with DevOps and CI/CD
- Python and SQL skills
- Experience in API development: REST and/or GraphQL
- Adequate communication skills
- Proficiency in spoken and written English
Experience (or ambition to become a professional) in at least one of the following topics would be beneficial:
- using and administrating Linux Operating System
- application containerization (Docker) and deployment on cloud infrastructures, such as Kubernetes
- soil data handling
The application for the Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) developer should include:
- Cover letter,
- Curriculum vitae, and
- A motivation letter.
To apply, click here.
Application Deadline: October 16, 2022.
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