Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) is recruiting Full Stack System Developers to join our agile development teams.
If you want to advance medicines safety globally by creating fit-for-purpose solutions, then this is the right job for you. Together with your colleagues, you will help develop and maintain systems and solutions that will provide people with safer medicines and a better quality of life.
As part of one of UMC’s development teams, you will specify, design, build and implement existing and new solutions. Building and testing automation is also an important part of the development team’s responsibilities. You have a passion for programming, are committed to quality and finding solutions in collaboration with your team members. As a developer you are also analytical and naturally curious about understanding the entire tech stack. We believe that you have previous system development experience to be able to focus on learning our domain.
UMC will offer a creative, challenging, fun, and collaborative environment where your ideas will be every bit as valued as your programming expertise. We take great pride in our work as well as our processes, and we constantly learn and improve. We build amazing tools for a better world with state-of-the-art ways of working.
This is a full-time position with office in the heart of Uppsala, Sweden, with flexible hours and hybrid possibilities. Position may be filled before the close of applications, so please apply as soon as possible!
Real-world impact – Working for the greater good
Learning organisation – Skilled and curious staff
Flexible work hours – Allows us to be at our best
Uppsala Monitoring Centre (UMC) is a centre for international service and scientific research in the field of pharmacovigilance. We are the WHO Collaborating Centre for International Drug Monitoring, and manage the technical and operational aspects of the WHO Programme for International Drug Monitoring since 1978.
As an independent, non-profit foundation, we support the World Health Organization, regulatory authorities, and other stakeholders who share our vision of advancing medicines safety. Through research and development of new scientific methods, we explore the benefits and harms of medicines for patients, and offer products and services used by health authorities and the pharmaceutical industry worldwide.
UMC’s official language is English.
UMC follows the collective agreements between the Swedish Agency for Government Employers and Saco-S and ST. Union representatives are Malin Zaar (Saco-S) and Jessica Avasol (ST), +46 (0)18-65 60 60.