Our goal, to discuss how Drupal can be used to scientists run their laboratories, to build software for their unique applications dealing with Biological, Genetics and Computational properties, and to help people connect with scientists for better support for the large amounts of genetic data.
This group will also provide a forum for developers to share code, ideas and to work together to address common problems that arise when dealing with bioinformatics, biodiversity, and related data.
The following initial steps to move this forward:
* Create use cases or user scenarios for: Scientists, Members, Prospective Members: if you fit into any of these categories, or know anyone who does, please develop a user story or use case (learn more about user personas.)
* Research existing BioInformatics Institutions and Websites and add them to this wiki page of existing websites
* Research coordinating organizations that support BioInformatics
* Research Government Funding sources
* Establish a Drupal group to gather
Post: Drupal Developer
Salary: £37,564 per annum plus benefits
Contract: Fixed term appointment (9 months)
Closing date: 7 March 2013
The Natural History Museum is one of the world’s leading museums, internationally recognised for its dual role as a centre of excellence in scientific research and as a leader in the presentation of natural history through exhibitions, public programmes, publications and the web.Read more
Become part of an expanding team of developers working at the cutting edge of information science and biodiversity research. The Natural History Museum London is recruiting a Drupal developer (fixed term until end of November 2013, £34,853 per annum plus benefits) to work on the Scratchpad project (http://scratchpads.eu) as part of a major effort to help researchers share and manage biodiversity data on the Web.
Key tasks and responsibilities include:
• Development and support of Drupal Modules and Themes
• Data parsing and content construction
• Supporting users in the development of their sites
• Interfacing with the user support team
We are looking for a top notch Drupal developer to join our expanding web team in Cambridgeshire, UK. Ideally their experience will include (for both Drupal 6 and 7)
- maintaining and deploying large scale sites
- expert configuration of common modules such as views, panels etc.
- writing custom modules
- excellent HTML and CSS
- Version control (preferably git)
Become part of an expanding team of developers working at the cutting edge of information science and biodiversity research. The Natural History Museum London is recruiting two junior/mid-level Drupal developers (18 month contracts, £34,508 per annum plus benefits) as part of a major effort to help researchers share and manage biodiversity data on the Web.Read more
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I have an immediate requirement for direct hire, please go through the below requirement and send us suitable consultants with their updated resume, rates and contact details.
Position - Drupal Developer – LN003
Industry Type -Pharmaceutical / Biotech Manufacturing
Location - United States - District of Columbia - Washington/Metro - Rockville, MD (Local Candidates Preferred)
Position Type –Full Time
Compensation- DOE+ Benefits+Bonus
Function of the Position: Design, develop, and support Drupal web applications
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Search for Requisition Number: 37937BR
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Profession Healthcare Information Technology (IT)
Job Code/Level SWE_4 SOFTWARE ENGINEER 4
Position Title Drupal Software Engineer (4 months)
Billable Status 1 = Immediately Billable
Date Required 05/01/2012
Group Health Group
Business Area HHRP - HEALTH RESEARCH PROGRAMS
Project Overview The project is a enterprise web application supporting the identification of emergent or exotic pathogens.
We seek a senior developer with significant experience developing custom Drupal modules as part of a major effort to help researchers share and manage biodiversity data on the Web. Working as part of a development team you will design and implement web applications, web services and data schema.Read more
Be part of an expanding team of informaticians working at one of the UK’s most prestigious Museums. We seek a senior developer with significant experience developing custom Drupal modules as part of a major collaborative effort to help researchers share and manage biodiversity data on the Web. The work will include design and implementation of web applications, web services, data schemas and other applications and services.
Key tasks and responsibilities include:
Iterative development and support of Drupal modules & systems
Software quality assurance
Software Engineer (JAVA, PHP, Drupal/CMS), Project at Centers for Disease Control | SRA International
Full time job at SRA International, Atlanta, GA: . The project is for Centers for Disease Control.
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Requisition Number: 35979BR
Requisition Number 35979BR
Information Technology (IT)
Position Title Software Engineer (JAVA, PHP, Drupal/CMS)
Position Work Location GA - ATLANTA - 2 CORPORATE SQUARE (GAS004)
Telecommuting Options Part-Time Telecommuting Allowed
US Citizenship Required No
Clearance Required No
Clearance Type None
We're looking for a full time Drupal developer to join our expanding team in Cambridgeshire, UK.
We want someone who -
has strong Drupal skills with experience doing custom module development and knows their way around the API.
knows their PHP/MySQL
is comfortable with Drush, Git, SVN
has an interest in UX and user centered design
ideally has a good working knowledge of graphic design tools e.g. Photoshop, Illustrator
ideally has experience not only in developing, but also in deploying large Drupal sites
Ontario Institute for Cancer Research
Position: Web Developer
Site: MaRS Centre, Toronto
Department: Informatics & Bio-computing
Reports To: Manager, Web Developer
Salary: Commensurate with level of experience
Hours: 35 Hrs/week
Status: Temporary, Full-time
The Ontario Institute for Cancer Research (OICR) is seeking a Web Developer for the Informatics & Bio-Computing platform. The Web Developer must have ambition and passion in developing visually appealing, crisp and compelling online user interfaces.Read more
The successful candidate will work within a team to develop online catalogs of information relating to medical research. The websites will support open, information engagements between international members and social networks of users, and to provide integration between distributed data sources and search engines. The websites will be developed for an international audience and will stretch to users on mobile devices. This is an exciting position for someone looking to apply their talents to support a global, not-for-profit, research community.
Responsibilities include:Read more
Does anyone have any updates on the status of the Darwincore Specimen and Location module. Perhaps it is better to use this code? Last time I tried this module I found it to be slightly broken and now I'm guessing it may not be up to date with the Darwin Core Standard, to boot.
University of Michigan Biological Station, Information Manager
We seek two Drupal developers (one junior and one senior position) for 3-year (full-time) posts at the Natural History Museum London, as part of a major collaborative effort to help researchers share and manage biodiversity data on the Web (http://scratchpads.eu/). The work will include design and implementation of web applications, web services, data schemas and other applications and services.Read more
Build Portal for Strand products with rich content, personalization, ecommerce, product support.
Build webapps integrating with Drupal.
Strand is a product company with a very conducive work environment.
By no means extensive list (and reviews hopefully) of modules useful for managing biodiversity data in Drupal. Please add comments in pros and cons, and add more modules/sections.Read more
Drupal's modular framework makes it an ideal candidate for collaborative development. Is there enough interest from developers in biodiversity informatics to build a set of common extensible base content types which comply to the TDWG standards? What level of compatibility can we achieve with EDIT's CDM framework, whilst still benefiting from Drupal contributed modules?