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[SA_scat] Vacancy for a Software Engineer: BioSAXS and MX automation

Dear All, 
(apologies for the cross posting)

Please see below details of a Software Engineer post available within the scientific software team at Diamond. 
It's not particularly obvious from the advertisement that the role will be to work with existing staff and collaborators to enhance and extend our existing fully automatic MX data reduction and structure solution pipelines as well as to help develop the equivalent for BioSAXS.

For full details please go to the web pages at:

Job Title: Software Engineer
Job Reference: DIA0752/CG
Post Type: Full Time- Fixed Term- 3 years
Division: Science
Salary information: Circa £33k
Application deadline: 23/08/2012
Date of interviews: TBC  

Informal enquaries can be made directly to me. 
Alun Ashton, alun.ashton@diamond.ac.uk Tel: +44 1235 778404 
Scientific Software Team Leader,  http://www.diamond.ac.uk/ 
Diamond Light Source, Chilton, Didcot, Oxon, OX11 0DE, U.K.

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