Putting your expertise at the service of life sciences appeals to you?
Bliq Photonique is a company that designs and manufactures advanced microscopy systems used by life science researchers. Our goal is to provide these researchers with innovative tools to advance medical research.
Our team is growing, we currently have fifteen people, eight in the R&D team and three in the software development team. We are looking for a software programmer who is ready to tackle significant challenges in order to advance our products.
Our main software manages the high-performance data acquisition of our microscopes. We are looking for a junior person who can complement our R&D team in the area of application design and global architecture (GUI and backend). The successful candidate will be expected to act as a resource person with the R&D, software development team, share expertise and validate test units.
– You have a background in computer science (DEC or bachelor’s degree, any other relevant training or experience may be considered);
– You pay attention to details and you like to produce robust code;
– You like to share your knowledge by working in a team;
– You are resourceful, autonomous and interested in the agility of a small company;
– You are responsible and have a strong sense of initiative;
– You are interested in the Mac environment.
One or more of the following will be considered an asset
– Knowledge of Swift, SwiftUI, Objective-C and XCode for all code;
– Knowledge of MacOS and its frameworks;
– Strict use of unit testing, test automation;
– Management of microscope and laser peripherals (USB and PCIe).
Why join the Bliq Photonique team?
– To work with a team of experts in physics, biology and engineering in an atmosphere of cooperation and teamwork;
– For the culture of respect and listening where the management of schedules and work place are flexible;
– To participate in building a high potential technology company where we recognize that the ultimate value is in people;
– To give meaning to your work by developing tools that will help researchers find solutions to diseases;