System Developer to Atlas Antibodies
Atlas Antibodies is a growing life science company with high R&D investments and profitable growth. A unique proteome-wide offering of validated research antibodies, for academic and industrial research, makes Atlas Antibodies well placed to become a leading global player within its fields of operation. To further advance our ability to create seamless software solutions for our researchers we are now looking for two system developers to join our team.
Your role as a system developer
As a system developer at Atlas Antibodies you will be creating solutions for internal use in the company. The developer team is working closely with the end users to implement the company processes and facilitate research. Development activities include analyzing user needs, developing web applications and integrating to standard business platforms. The applications often make use of large data sets, meaning that some work is spent on database level.
We want to be even better in designing and creating these solutions, and further specialize them supporting the company’s industrial journey. Going forward, the goals are to apply our skills in automating both the software development and company processes even further. As a system developer you’ll be part of our appraised IT development team – joining us in learning new technologies and skills, developing key software solutions, and filling an important role in shaping the future of Atlas Antibodies.
Does this seem like the perfect position for you? Apply today, but no later than the 12th of May. Please apply with your resume and cover letter or by attaching your LinkedIn profile. If you have any questions regarding the process or the position, feel free to contact Oscar Stierncreutz at 072 224 8530, or at Oscar.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Atlas Antibodies was founded in 2006 as a start-up from the Human Protein Atlas project and has successfully launched more than 60,000 products for protein research. The company was originally founded by researchers at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm and the Rudbeck Laboratory, Uppsala University in Uppsala to handle the production, marketing and sales of research tools developed by the Swedish-based Human Protein Atlas program. Today the company has full in-house manufacturing facilities and offers four premium quality product lines: Triple A Polyclonals, PrecisA Monoclonals, PrEST Antigens and QPrESTs. QPrESTs are mass spectrometry standards for absolute quantifications of proteins. The company today markets and sells its products globally through multiple distributions channels and has approximately 60 employees. The company is in a phase of profitable expansion and exploring new growth areas to meet the needs of customers. The company site is in the Stockholm area. For further information, please visit atlasantibodies.com