Webentwickler/in, Programmierer/in – Universitätsklinikum Köln (AöR) – Copenhagen

Datenbanken, Softwareentwicklung, Objektorientierte Programmierung, Groovy, Implementierung, Java, MariaDB, Webentwicklung, Grails Object-oriented programmer / Web Developer ACCESS (f/m/d) Training institute for child and adolescent psychotherapy for the next possible Date Part-time (30 hrs/wk); initially limited to 2 years. Remuneration according to TV-L up to EG 13 Your tasks Support the further development of a complex web application Implementation of new and enhancement of existing functionalities Maintenance and further development of an ACCESS application Your profile Sound knowledge in object-oriented programming (ideally Java/Groovy, or similar), web development or working with a framework (Grails, etc.) of database development (MariaDb). Quick thinking in complex problems and working out creative solutions. Reliability and independence Conscientious, structured way of working Willingness to learn in detail about the existing database Our offer A position to be filled in the longer term Flexible working hours in consultation with the project team Exciting tasks in a pleasant atmosphere An appropriate remuneration Your future with us Working at the University Hospital Cologne and the Faculty of Medicine means helping to shape the future – the future of medicine, patients and, of course, your own future. You will benefit from 59 clinics and institutes as well as numerous other departments and facilities and over 10,000 jobs. The Medical Faculty of the University of Cologne and the University Hospital Cologne assume important social tasks in research, teaching and patient care. A close network with many university and non-university partners guarantees internationally successful science as well as the excellent education of our students. Your future in detail The Training Institute for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy (AKiP) integrates training, care, and research in child and adolescent behavior therapy within a university setting. The position offered here includes, first, support in the DIAMON project. This is a complex web application that forms the interface between patients, therapists and researchers. On the other hand, we are responsible for the maintenance and further development of a complex ACCESS database, which is used to administer all outpatients. We are interested in a longer-term collaboration. Applications from women are expressly welcome and will be given priority in the case of equal suitability, ability and professional performance. People with disabilities are welcome and will be given preference in case of equal suitability and qualification. Contact: Jenny Homrighausen +49 221 478-89119 www.uk-koeln.de Application deadline: 20.11.2022 Mailing address: University Hospital Cologne AöR PA30 Business Unit Human Resources Job ID: 00003246 50937 Cologne

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