Are you passionate about building better software tools? Do you want to support scientists to run better studies and encourage open scientific practices?
Come and join Open Science Tools in building better tools for ethical, efficient, open science.
At Open Science Tools we believe in a diverse workforce to support a diverse userbase. We are particularly keen to see applications from candidates typically underrepresented in software development and scientific fields.
We have the following posts currently available:
- Full-time (part-time options also considered)
- Remote or Nottingham, UK
- £35,000 - £45,000 p.a. (dependent on experience)
- Closing date
We are looking for a Science Officer to help support current and prospective users in creating a range of studies in behavioural sciences using the PsychoPy/JS/Pavlovia ecosystem. You will provide support via consultancy jobs with clients, providing training in workshops, and supporting users on the forum. The role also provides a critical interface between users and developers of the software.
The ideal candidate should have a PhD in a behavioural science (e.g. psychology, economics, neuroscience), substantial experience in PsychoPy and related tools, and a passion for technology and software. Experience in teaching others would be beneficial, but a desire to push the envelope and a passion for the tools are more important.
We are particularly keen to find candidates that complement our existing staff by extending the range of academic fields and/or geographical areas that we can support.
At Open Science Tools we also believe in a diverse workforce to support a diverse userbase. We are particularly keen to see applications from candidates typically underrepresented in software development and scientific fields.
Enquiries to admin at opensciencetools.org
Download the Science Officer job specification