Are you interested in working with modern cloud-based technologies to develop new scientific software? The applications you develop will work towards making Kew the world authoritative source for plant and fungal information. You will be developing user-friendly data-driven web interfaces and APIs.

This is a challenging but rewarding role and we are seeking a motivated and knowledgeable individual ready to help build resources with global reach and impact. You will be an enthusiastic team player with a degree in IT or Computer Science or equivalent experience. You will also have some experience of developing software according to stakeholder needs.

This position offers the opportunity to support science and deliver a step change in plant and fungal knowledge. You’ll have an agile mind and a positive approach to problem-solving, with an enthusiasm for science.

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Senior Developer – Biodiversity Informatics – Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew

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RSE Network Coordinator, RSE Confererence Logistics co-Chair, Sponsorship Chair, based at the University of Southampton.


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