Front-End Software Developer

Location: Somerville, MA

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

Build a free/open source software platform to transform health care through the analysis of genomic and biomedical data sets. 



At Curoverse, you'll work on a small team of software engineers to build the Arvados platform and the Curoverse products that are based on Arvados.

  • Work with modern web application frameworks
  • Create powerful visual tools for data science
  • Use scrum in an agile, self-managed team of peers
  • Develop elegant, responsive, user experiences 
  • Contribute to a free/open source platform and community


  • Loves writing code
  • Works well in a small team of peers
  • Is an experienced open source coder (Ruby on Rails, CSS/HTML5, Javascript)
  • Works with modern javascript UI frameworks (e.g. Mithril, React, Angular)
  • Has experience in a successful technology company
  • Can work in a fast-paced startup environment (startup experience ideal)


  • Work that matters - Build software that will be the backbone of modern medicine and data-driven business.
  • Hard problems - Solve hard, interesting software engineering problems in distributed computing and big data.
  • Diverse tasks - We have a small team with a big project, so you won't be stuck working in some corner.
  • Free software - All of our code is AGPLv3, except SDKs which are Apache 2.0.
  • Sustainable lifestyle - Do great work and have time and energy for the other things life has to offer.


We offer competitive salaries, stock options, health/dental/vision, flexible time off, and other benefits you’d expect from a more established company.


We prefer candidates who are based in the Boston area or can relocate, but we are open to remote employees. 


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