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Researcher / Software Developer

Posted: October 28, 2018
Company name: CLARIN-D
Location: Berlin, Germany
Country: Germany
Pay rate: E 13 TV-L Berlin
Poster represents: an employer
Terms of employment: Salaried employee
Hours: Full time
Onsite: yes
Description: For the BMBF-funded project “CLARIN-D (Common Language Resources and Technology
Infrastructure - Germany)” the BBAW invites applications for the position of a researcher / software developer.

Responsibilities:
+ further development and refactoring of the quality assurance software for digitized and annotated full texts (DTAQ), including documentation and public software distribution) developed by the German Text Archive (DTA, www.deutschestextarchiv.de/) and scientifically deployed in the context of CLARIN-D
+ modularisation and integration of individual components (text/image view, editors, ingestion of new documents into the DTAQ system) in collaboration with the BBAW CLARIN-D team.
Desired skills: + university degree in computer science or an equivalent subject;
+ very good knowledge of the programming language Perl;
+ demonstrated experience with the Catalyst web application framework, using DBIx::Class or a comparable ORM together with Template Toolkit or a comparable template engine;
+ demonstrated experience with code management tools (version control, software deployment, test environments);
+ familiarity with Linux-based environments;
+ sufficient knowledge of English or German for scientific communication;
+ very good communication and team skills;
+ desired are: knowledge of XML processing (XML::LibXML, XSLT) and GUI design technologies (HTML5, Bootstrap, jQuery).
Website for more information: www.dwds.de
Contact information: Please send your application file in PDF format (one file) not exceeding 5 MB in size via e-mail with the subject “CLARIN 2/2018 - Application Infrastructure” no later than Nov 12th 2018 to personalstelle@bbaw.de.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact clarin@bbaw.de.

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