Software Engineering

You’ll be able to help us build and use pioneering software applications for the analysis of petabytes of sequencing data to understand and treat diseases like autism, schizophrenia, diabetes, HIV, and cancer, among many others. Do this all at the Broad Institute, a new kind of deeply collaborative institution that is transforming medicine and human health by building software to organize, process, and visualize data collected by research scientists on an unprecedented scale.

High-impact career opportunities can be found within a variety of our groups, including the Genome Sequencing and Analysis Program, the Program in Medical and Population Genetics, the Cancer Program, and others.

Individual requirements vary, but generally we seek candidates with top-tier bachelor’s degrees and considerable experience in complete software application life-cycle development and production best practices, as well as experience in a biotech or similar environment involving collaboration with research scientists.