Smalltalk Jobs – 1/22/18

Engineer 1 year: Pharo IoT platform

Inria RMoD are looking for a full-time engineer for helping with developing Pharo in the context of IoT. The focus of this job is “Pharo on embedded and mobile devices for the internet of things”

With Pharo, we have developed over the last two years an interactive, remote development environment. It allows embedded, headless software running on typical raspberry pi class hardware to be developed and debugged in an interactive way. It allows programmers to explore and change running headless embedded programs from their desktop development machine.

The next step will be to extend this infrastructure to cover the use case of industrial use: Deployment. We want to build a middle-ware to manage, authenticate and script deployed Pharo embedded installations.

The engineer will help to develop the Pharo IoT infrastructure, especially with a focus on industrial use:

• Improve Pharo for a platform with an industrial focus.
• Work on a middleware to manage deployed Pharo instances.
• Realize two small demos: First, as an industrial IoT example, a demo deployed on 20+ devices.
Demo 2: Pharo deployed on multiple mobile autonomous robots.
• Help with creating a website for PharoIOT.

We are looking for a candidate with some prior experience with Pharo.
In addition:

• Knowledge in Dynamic Languages (Pharo is a plus but not required)
• Experience with embedded development is a plus but not required
• English

Work in a research lab, but no paper writing, no teaching, no administration. In addition:

• Centrally located (one hour from Paris, 1h20 from London, 35 min from Brussels)
• Try a lot of good beer (our office is just 10km from the border to Belgium)
• Program with Pharo all day!
• Lille is an active city but not expensive (lot of students…), centrally located with good connections by train to everywhere (including CDG and Brussels airports).
• Duration: 12 Month
• Starting date: As soon as possible (Spring 2018)
• Salary: 2600-3200 euros brut / month, depending on experience
• Explanation Salary: french brutto = money after social charges (and base health insurance) before income tax, which is max one month income payed
yearly, depending on family situation (can be 0 for a family with kids)
• Location: Lille (no remote job possible))

More about

• Pharo: http://www.pharo.org
• PharoThings: https://github.com/pharo-iot/PharoThings
• INRIA RMOD: http://rmod.lille.inria.fr
• INRIA Lille: http://www.inria.fr/lille
• INRIA in General: http://www.inria.fr
• Lille:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lille
http://wikitravel.org/en/Lille

Do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
Permanent Link to this call: https://rmod.inria.fr/web/blog/2017-10-20

Smalltalk Jobs – 1/19/18

FULL TIME PERMANENT RESEARCH POSITIONS IN LILLE, FRANCE

Inria opens on January 15, 2018 nine competitions of normal class researchers. 23 positions will be filled in the 8 research centers of the Institute. The deadline for submitting applications is 19 February 2018 midnight French time.

CRCN “Young graduate scientist”

The CRCN position is a research position for both Junior (old CR2) and Senior (old CR1) level researchers. No teaching, permanent position with tenure after a probation period of 12 Months.

Requirements:

• Holders of a doctorate or equivalent degree;
• Applicants able to prove publications and scientific work deemed equivalent.

There are no age limits or nationality requirements for the recruitment of young graduated scientists.
More information: https://www.inria.fr/en/institute/recruitment/offers/young-graduate-scientist/competitive-selection-crcn

PROFILE

The candidate must have a doctoral degree, a strong background in Computer Science, and internationally significant research achievements in software engineering (particularly software evolution) and/or programming languages.

Duties include:

• Research (no teaching).
• Help manage the RMoD Research group.
• Be involved with the self-governance of the Inria Lab and Inria as a whole.
• Guide PhD students (and therefore get a French habilitation to be able to formally supervise PhD students).
• Help acquire additional funds for PhD students, Postdocs and Engineers.
• Transfer research results to the real world.

MISSION
Join one of our two lines of research: Tools for Software Maintenance or New Programming Language Constructs for Software Evolution.

THE REGION

Lille is strategically located in Northern Europe with train connections to Paris (1h) , London (1h30) and Brussels (30 min.) The Nord Pas de Calais region is a dynamic area in both industry and research for computer science with companies that are european leaders in their branch. Lille, the capital of northern France is an attractive metropolis of over 1 million inhabitants. Cost of living in Lille is lower than that of very big cities such as Paris and London.

THE TEAM

RMoD is an Inria research project team. It consists of 6 permant researchers (Inria CR and DR, as well as University Assistant Professors) and Engineers, postdocs and students (Master and PhD). RMoD is an international team with more than 20 members from six countries.

LINKS:
• RMoD: http://rmod.lille.inria.fr
• INRIA Lille: http://www.inria.fr/lille/
• INRIA in General: http://www.inria.fr
• Lille:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lille
http://wikitravel.org/en/Lille

APPLICATION

Please contact the head of the research team: Stephane Ducasse or one of the following group members: Nicolas Anquetil or Marcus Denker.  (Note from Bruce, if you don’t know Stephane or Marcus and can’t find their email addresses then you probably are not  suited for this job)

Smalltalk Jobs – 1/12/18

  • New York, NYSoftware Engineering (Job ID 180001133) at J.P. Morgan
    • Required Skills:
      • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or related field of study
      • 2 years of experience in the job offered or two 2 years of experience as a Computer Systems Analyst, Software Developer, or related occupation.
      • 2 years of experience with derivatives trading businesses
      • 2 years of experience with object oriented programming.
      • Cincom Smalltalk
      • GemStone/S 64 databases
      • Experience with object databases
      • PnL and risk management as it applies to interest rate derivatives.
      • FpML as it relates to interest rate derivatives.
      • Linear algebra and numerical analysis methods such as taylor series expansion to estimate and attribute risk and PnL delivery as applicable to pricing fixed income derivatives
      • Following defined development processes with specific documentation requirements such as SOX
      • Designing software solutions to support trading desk’s needs
  • Richland, WABWR Neutronics Codes & Methods Engineer II – IV-DES02933 (Multiple positions are available) at AREVA Front End Business Group
    • Required Skills:
      • Engineer II: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 2-3 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Engineer III: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 3-5 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Engineer IV: BS in Nuclear Engineering or related field plus 5-7 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Basic experience and capabilities with MICROSOFT Office software products (WORD, EXCEL, etc.).
      • Must have a pro-active approach to problem identification and resolution.
      • Must have ability and attitude to learn a variety of new procedures, processes, and tools, while maintaining various stages of production.
    • Wanted Skills:
      • A wide range of other skills related to the position, including Smalltalk
  • Richland, WABWR Engineer IV – Advisory Engineer (Pipeline) – DES02833-PL (Multiple positions are available) at AREVA Front End Business Group
    • Required Skills:
      • Engineer IV: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 5 – 7 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Principal Engineer: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 7-10 years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Advisory Engineer: BS in Nuclear Engineering plus 12+ years experience reactor physics or fuel management engineering experience. An advanced engineering degree may be substituted for related work experience (MS 1-2 yrs. or PhD 1-3 yrs.)
      • Familiarity with computer systems, e.g., personal computers, HP workstations, UNIX, LINUX or other operating systems.
      • Proficient with C/C++ and FORTRAN computer languages.
      • Must possess good verbal and written communication skills.
      • Must have a pro-active approach to problem identification and resolution.
      • Must have ability and attitude to learn a variety of new procedures, processes, and tools, while maintaining various stages of production.
      • Must be able to work well in a fast-paced team environment.
      • Proficiency with MS WORD and EXCEL.
      • Familiarity with fundamentals of light water reactor (LWR) neutronics/thermal hydraulics numerical methods.
    • Wanted Skills:
      • A wide range of other skills related to the position, including Smalltalk
Good luck with your job hunting,
James T. Savidge

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