I will be proposing a BOF about doing science on and through Drupal at the Portland DrupalCon... I hope to see you there! Let me know if you have any agenda items I should add to the BOF description.
Astro Multimedia needs a talented D7 themer!
This role would suit someone who is into science and social networking, and who generally wants to make the world a better place.
We currently have 2 science-oriented D7 community sites that need some TLC from a skilful D7 themer. The current themes are both based on Omega and we'd probably like to stick with that for now (although open to suggestions).
We are looking for someone good at:
- Drupal 7 theming layer
- graphic design
- web design
Sponsored Research Technical Staff - Webmaster/Web Developer | MIT - Department of Biological Engineering
Will report to the Center Managing Director and is responsible for developing new Drupal modules, themes, panels, forms, features, and views, including custom programming for specific use needs; proactively identifying and troubleshooting system deficiencies; maintaining and enhancing existing web applications and developing new applications. Web developer will create and manage complex web-based document sharing systems; educational course management systems; databases; interfaces for rapid, real-time information sharing; external web portals allowing users to input and retrieve information; and create and maintain clear, concise documentation and user manuals and provide support and training for team members. Must be willing to update web content and provide general IT and distance communications support to Center partner institutions.Read more
Our research group, the UC Berkeley Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, began building up a Drupal site (http://seti.berkeley.edu) a few years ago to support both scientists in our group and outreach to the general public. We could use some help cleaning up the UI, organizing content and upgrading from Drupal 6 to 7. Ideally you would be located in the SF Bay area and could meet with our group in person, and would be willing to take on this pet project for an extended period of time (not a lot of hours, just be willing to work with us over time).Read more
Looking for input as to what people want to explore at the Badcamp session, Science on Drupal. What is your vision for doing science using Drupal? What successes have you had? What problems do you face? We can build a new platform for Science 2.0 using Drupal and collective passion.
If you will be a Badcamp 2012, you can add your comments to the session: http://2012.badcamp.net/program/sessions/science-drupal
Hope to see you in Berkeley, or to see your comments below. We will do our best to address them.
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
We are an integrated marketing communications agency specializing in the dynamic life science industry. Our team is expanding and we have an immediate need for a Senior Web Developer.
Primary responsibilities include working with our talented designers and copywriters to create websites, web applications, support our email campaigns, and more. The ideal candidate will thrive in a team environment, enjoy thinking through details, and always be looking for ways to make projects better.
Responsibilities & RequirementsRead more
BioRAFT (www.bioraft.com) is a quickly growing company focused on building an enterprise level web-based application used in university and pharmaceutical research. We are rapidly hiring and looking to grow our development team with experienced and energetic innovators.
Why work for us?
(1) We work hard, and play hard. We pay well, give great benefits and support your need for a flexible work schedule.
(2) There is no dead weight to carry. We run a lean, energetic work environment with only the brightest allowed. We are rapidly scaling up our team with only the best candidates.
Too good not to share!
NASA Science on Drupal initiative: http://earthdata.nasa.gov/node/2863
The Web Applications Developer is expected to create number of web-based academic processes, which will be released open source as plugins / web applications. The Web Applications Developer is also expected create web-based scientific tools, which are envisaged to innovate the way science is done in Africa and beyond. Those tools are also expected to be released open source. Some mobile development is also considered.
The position entails some travel and presents the opportunity to take part in relevant professional workshops/conferences.Read more