DDL offers state-of-the-art expertise to design, develop, validate and apply diagnostic methods for human diagnostics. It is recognised by pharmaceutical companies, hospitals, diagnostic laboratories and key opinion leaders as a top-quality diagnostic service and development company.
UniPartners Delft is looking for a student who can help optimize DDL’s Lab Information Management System (LIMS). This system supports DDL’s laboratories and effectively manage samples and associated data. By using a LIMS, DDL’s lab can automate workflows, integrate instruments, and manage samples and associated information. Your job as a Junior Consultant will be to improve DDL’s LIMS. You will, for example, add functionalities and remove bugs. And, DDL staff provides feedback on the LIMS, which you’ll use to further improve the system.
This project will be executed by one student from Delft University of Technology. Both Dutch as non-Dutch speaking students may apply, as long as you’re able to speak and write professional English. You will have to meet the following requirements:
– Extensive experience in JAVA
– Experience in SQL
– Accurate and detailed person
– Experience in life-sciences and validation techniques is a plus, but not mandatory
– Available to work 64 hours per month, i.e. 16 hours per week, for 19 weeks
What do we have to offer?
A flexible and challenging job with a good salary. This job offers you an opportunity to implement your knowledge in ‘real-life’ and to make an impact. During the project, you’ll be supported by a project manager from UniPartners Delft and a contact person from DDL. They can always answer all your questions regarding the project. We can imagine that this project sounds tough or that you have a lot of questions. During a job interview, we can find out whether this job suits you and answer all your questions.