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Cate­nion GmbH - Data Sci­ence Unit

Cate­nion is a manage­ment con­sul­ting firm devo­ted to hel­ping phar­maceu­ti­cal and bio­tech com­pa­nies imple­ment more inno­va­tive and effec­tive stra­te­gies.

Working Stu­dent (f/m/d) for Web Deve­lop­ment

English

40-80h/month

Working field:

You will sup­port our team by:
  • Design­ing and devel­op­ing data-centered web apps and pro­cesses for internal usage.
  • Assist­ing other team mem­bers in main­tain­ing and modi­fy­ing exist­ing apps
  • Writ­ing tests and auto­ma­tion tools for web apps

Requirements:

  • Enrolled stu­dent in the field of com­puter sci­ence or sim­ilar field
  • A Full Stack Web Developer with solid know­ledge in cli­ent and server side web tech­no­lo­gies
  • Pas­sion for design and cre­at­ing usable, optic­ally appeal­ing web apps
  • Good Eng­lish com­mu­nic­a­tion skills – No need for Ger­man lan­guage!
  • Ana­lyt­ical think­ing and sense of humor, will­ing­ness to learn other tech­no­lo­gies accord­ing to demand
  • Know­ledge in ver­sion con­trol with git and Git­Hub
  • Exper­i­ence in server-side pro­gram­ming, data­bases (SQL and NoSQL), are highly wel­come
  • Python and/or R skills are a big bonus
  • Exper­i­ence in data pipelines and graph data­bases is a bonus

What we offer:

  • Com­pet­it­ive salary
  • Very flex­ible, stu­dent-friendly work­ing hours, 100% home office option
  • Bonuses (yearly retreats, com­pany events, urban sports mem­ber­ship, home office sup­port, per­sonal devel­op­ment budget etc.)
  • Open-minded and inter­na­tional envir­on­ment
  • Won­der­ful oppor­tun­ity to develop your­self in a pro­fes­sional con­text

How to apply:

Cate­nion is a manage­ment con­sul­ting firm devo­ted to hel­ping phar­maceu­ti­cal and bio­tech com­pa­nies imple­ment more inno­va­tive and effec­tive stra­te­gies. We focus on sci­ence-dri­ven stra­tegy by our team of life sci­ence PhDs. We inte­grate Data Sci­ence in our ana­ly­ses with a team of bio­in­for­ma­ti­ci­ans, com­pu­ta­tio­nal bio­lo­gists and data engi­neers.