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We are a group of leading global publishing and technology business, which has grown from a science and bio-medical publishing base to encompass a diverse range of products and services in the media, online and technology sectors. We have created the UK's largest entertainment listings database, developed a UK-based mobile phone and web-based hyperlocal news service and publish one of the most respected biomedical literature awareness services.

Our brands stand for top quality and our business is driven by innovation & creativity.

At SNG you will enjoy working in a diverse, challenging and rewarding environment at our London headquarters or one of our offices worldwide. We are committed to equal opportunities and believe in investing in our employees.

To apply for any of the opportunities listed below please send your CV and covering letter, stating salary expectations and quoting the job reference to:

Recruitment
Science Navigation Group
34-42 Cleveland Street
London W1T 4LB
UK

or by email to: jobs@sciencenow.com

CURRENT VACANCIES
Web Developer (Ref: F1000R/FED)

F1000Research is a unique open science publishing platform, publishing articles and other content in the field of biomedicine, using innovative and cutting-edge publishing models and technology. We are currently seeking a talented, self-motivated front end Web Developer to work in a small team on internet-based publishing solutions. The primary role of the applicant involves working closely with our web designers, in-house development teams and business managers to craft rich and modern applications using HTML, CSS & JavaScript.

Must Haves:
  • Demonstrable jQuery and JavaScript skills.
  • Excellent OO JavaScript development skills.
  • Excellent knowledge and expertise with CSS3 and CSS pre-processor (SASS).
  • JSON data-interchange format.
  • Understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues.
  • Excellent attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to efficiently organize own code.
  • Keen on industry recognized design patterns and best practices.
  • Ability to write clean and accurate code and deliver updates as required.
Desirables:
  • Knowledge of Google Material Design Lite and creating custom components.
  • Knowledge of client side and server side template engines (e.g. Handlebars, Apache Velocity) and utility libraries (like Underscore.js, lodash.js).
  • Experience with at least one JavaScript MV* framework (Backbone.js, Angular.js, React.js) would be a plus.
  • Knowledge of automation/workflow tools (e.g. Grunt.js, Gulp.js) is a plus.
  • Knowledge of HTML5's JavaScript API.
  • Knowledge of JavaScript ES6.

Please send your CV and covering letter, stating salary expectations and quoting job reference to: Recruitment, SNG, 34-42 Cleveland Street, London, W1T 4LB, or by email to: jobs@sciencenow.com.

Science Navigation Group is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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Java Developer (Ref: F1000/JD)

F1000Research is a unique open research publishing platform, publishing articles and other content in the field of biomedicine, using innovative and cutting-edge publishing models and technology. It offers bespoke publishing solutions to external partners such as research institutions and funders, including the world's largest medical research charity that funds research, the Wellcome Trust, for which we developed the publishing platform, Wellcome Open Research. For each client we support bespoke features and provide the technologies and skills to manage the editorial processes behind the publishing platform.

We are currently seeking a highly talented, self-motivated developer to join our team in building these new tools and platforms to the highest quality and reliability.

Must Haves:
  • Demonstrable Java development experience (Java 7 or higher).
  • Flexible and able to adjust to changing priorities in a fast-paced environment.
  • Fast learner.
Desirables:
  • Experience with continuous integration and versioning control tools.
  • Demonstrable experience of test-driven development.
  • JUnit, Mockito, Cucumber
  • Hibernate
  • Spring 2.5/3 (including Spring MVC)
  • JavaScript/AJAX
  • jQuery
  • Maven
  • SQL
  • XML/XSLT

Candidates should have a strong university qualification and excellent A-levels or equivalent.

Please send your CV and covering letter, stating salary expectations and quoting job reference to: Recruitment, SNG, 34-42 Cleveland Street, London, W1T 4LB, or by email to: jobs@sciencenow.com.

Science Navigation Group is an Equal Opportunities Employer

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