iOS Game Developer for Psychology/Neuroscience Research Project
Trinity College Dublin is recruiting for an iOS software developer with previous experience of smartphone app & game development for a high-impact research project. The positions starts as soon as possible and runs for one year.
The research project involves developing a gamified cognitive test, in the form of an app, to detect risk for Alzheimer’s Disease in healthy individuals, around the world and at scale.
Duties and responsibilities:
*Software development of a smartphone app for longitudinal cognitive neuroscience research in brain health
*‘Gamification’ of well validated cognitive tests
*Work collaboratively as part of an academic team
*Applicants should have a minimum of 3 years’ industry experience in iOS app development, preferably having worked on at least one game. *Note that candidates with 2 years’ experience may also be considered, but they must have demonstrate extremely high performance during that time.
Skills, Competencies, & Experience
*The candidate must be proficient in iOS development (Essential)
*Experience with large datasets, analytics and logistically complex projects (Desirable)
*The ideal candidate will have an active interest in cognition and brain health (Desirable)
*The ideal candidate will be reliable, highly motivated and productive, and enjoy working collaboratively (Essential)
Contract: Fixed term contract – 1 year full time
Start date: as soon as possible.
Location: TCD, Dublin, Ireland.
Salary: Appointment will be made on the Level 2 Research Fellow salary scale at point 8 (€44,643 per annum), which is in line with
Government Pay Policy
Deadline: apply as soon as possible
Further information on the role can be found by accessing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pcqrKa_F3ZUVnbqhYV4Oo1dcrTun0pNw/view?usp=sharing
To apply please send a cover letter with a brief description of past accomplishments as well as future research interests and career goals together with a full curriculum vitae (CV) to include the names and contact details of 2 referees (email addresses if possible) to:
Dr. Andrew Pringle, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Gillan Lab, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted: 16th April, 2018.