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    Web Application Developer (Angular 5)

    Starting date: as soon as possible.
    Duration: One year, possibly renewable if funding is available.

    We are a technology-based lab in the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Basel with more than 20 years of practice in interdisciplinary research.
    Knora, our web-based virtual research environment, allows researchers in the humanities to work collaboratively with different types of primary and secondary source material, and at the same time to preserve their research data and make it accessible so it can be cited and reused.

    Your position
    We are developing a new web interface called Salsah for Knora, based on Angular 5. It will allow researchers to define data models to describe their research data, as well as input forms, queries, and presentation formats, and to generate simple visualisations.

    Your profile

    • You have a solid background in computer programming and familiarity with Angular 5 (TypeScript, SCSS, etc.) and RESTful APIs (JSON, JSON-LD).
    • You enjoy working with people from different academic disciplines, learning new technologies, and imagining new ways of using them.
    • Knowledge of Semantic Web technologies (RDF, SPARQL) is desirable but not required.

    We offer you
    You will work as part of a small, creative team of people with a mixture of technical and humanities backgrounds. We encourage experimenting with new ideas, we offer a friendly working environment, and we have a sense of humour.

    Application deadline: open until a candidate is selected.

    Please send your application documents (letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, relevant certificates) in a single PDF file to Vera Chiquet, She would also be glad to answer any questions you have about the position.

    The University of Basel is an equal opportunity and family friendly employer committed to excellence through diversity. Applications from women and from people with a migration background are strongly encouraged.


    Universität Basel