Software developer at Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)
Curiously following the latest developments in IT and eager to implement them when appropriate? Capable of staying focused in a dynamic environment, and to act swiftly whenever required?
Royal NIOZ is looking for an all-round software developer to strengthen the IT team. As a software developer you will collaborate with the team in creating applications for managing and archiving research data, and to enable the sharing of these data with external parties. In addition, you will be involved in keeping the IT infrastructure of the institute up to date. This is where you can put your curiosity for new IT developments to good use!
The institute is located at the island of Texel.
Collaborating within the IT team and providing services to other employees within our institute, requires good communication skills. Because the institute is an international hot-spot for marine scientists, a satisfactory command of English is required.
CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
We offer a position for 2 years for 40 hours per week. At the end of 2 successful years a permanent position will be offered. You salary depends on your education and working experience, according to our labour agreement (CAO-OI), with a maximum of € 4.154,- gross per month (scale 10).
We offer a pension scheme, a health insurance allowance, a yearly 8% vacation allowance, year-end bonus, flexible employment conditions and 42 days of annual leave. Our labour policies are based on the Collective Labour Agreement of Research Centers (WVOI). The Royal NIOZ will provide cost of relocation and help with housing.
Additional information on job details: Wim Pool (Head ICT). For additional information about the procedure, please contact Sigrid Moerbeek (senior HR advisor) or Willeke Nederlof (Head HRM)
If you are interested in this position please visit our website www.workingatnioz.com and apply for this job. You will also find more information about NIOZ.
Interviews will take place on December 20th , 2017 on Texel (Note: selection starts immediately)
Author: Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ)