From the Jupyter mailing list:
There is a post open in the data analysis group at the European XFEL in Germany : It is a 4-year position, to push ahead the use of the Jupyter ecosystem tools for computational and data science, in particular data analysis of big data at research facilities, such as the European XFEL. Python is the central language used here. We will develop new methods and infrastructures to support reproducible and open science. The work language is English.
Please find the details at https://fangohr.github.io/vacancies.html#software-engineer-f-m-open-science-cloud-developer
and get in touch if you have any questions about the project, the setting, the project partners, the staff involved, the pay, the atmosphere, the science, etc.
The position is part of the 4-year EC-funded PaNOSC (Photon And Neutron Open Science Cloud) project . The project will be working towards the European Open Science Cloud .
This is a research software engineering (RSE) position, in that it combines software with science applications. Applications from scientists/engineers with strong software interest are similarly welcome as those of others with a background in software and interest in science.
Application deadline: 2 December 2018. Please share with others who may be interested, and get in touch with questions etc.