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Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) is recruiting full stack system developers to join our agile devops teams.

Do you want to turn world-improving inventions into successful applications that benefit public health globally? UMC’s technology is instrumental in monitoring the safety of medicines and vaccines, one recent example being the rollout of vaccines during the COVID pandemic. It all began in the 1960s with the thalidomide disaster, which led to birth defects in thousands of babies, triggering a major reform of pharmaceutical regulation. The World Health Organization initiated a programme to monitor the safety of medicines and prevent future harm, and a decade later, UMC was founded in 1978 to support its work.

Join us in carrying on this legacy – as part of one of UMC’s devops teams, you will use your problem-solving, learning and innovation skills to perfect code and constantly find improvements for our applications. We will also rely on your interpersonal skills and ability to be a team player. This is a kind, inclusive and diverse organisation where we help each other to succeed together. If this sounds like you, then you should apply.

Ideally, you are – as focused on quality and finding solutions to problems as we are and enjoy working as a team. You are open to exploring new ways of working (right now AI assistants, tomorrow - who knows?) and seeing how this can be applied in your own work. You are interested in understanding the entire tech stack and application management/operations. We believe you have previous experience in system development and preferably devops. You also have a BSc degree in a relevant field. While we don’t expect you to be familiar with our domain from the start, and are happy to teach you, any experience within healthcare or pharma would be a plus.

What’s in it for you? UMC offers a creative, inspiring, fun, and collaborative work environment where your ideas will be every bit as valued as your programming expertise. We take great pride in our work and our processes, and make time to learn and improve. At UMC you have a 37 hour work week and a generous vacation depending on your age with a minimum of 28 days per year for all and up to 35 days per year if you are over 40 years of age.

This is a full-time role at our office in the heart of Uppsala, Sweden, with flexible hours and hybrid possibilities. This position may be filled before the application deadline, so please apply as soon as possible.

What you will be doing – you will design, implement, and test solutions. Release, deploy and run operations. Maintain and optimise new and existing solutions. Share knowledge and help colleagues.

We know, we are asking a lot – we understand that you might not possess all of the skills listed above or below, and that’s fine. We put more emphasis on what you are like as a person and your ability and willingness to learn. If you like us and we like you, we are sure we can make it work and help each other.

Primary technologies and methods: .NET, C#, F#, Angular, Agile/Scrum.

Nice to have: Azure, React, experience with all layers of an application.

Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) is a centre for international service and scientific research in the field of pharmacovigilance. We are the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring, and manage the technical and operational aspects of the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring since 1978.

As an independent, non-profit foundation, we support the World Health Organization, regulatory authorities, and other stakeholders who share our vision of advancing medicines safety. Through research and development of new scientific methods, we explore the benefits and harms of medicines for patients, and offer products and services used by health authorities and the pharmaceutical industry worldwide.

UMC’s official language is English.

UMC follows the collective agreements between the Swedish Agency for Government Employers and Saco-S and ST. Union representatives are Malin Zaar (Saco-S) and Jessica Avasol (ST), +46 (0)18-65 60 60.

Detta är en jobbannons med titeln "System Developer" hos företaget Who Collaborating Centre For Int Drug Monitoring och publicerades på webbjobb.io den 22 december 2023 klockan 12:51.

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