Open Position

Full Stack Developer


The role of the full stack developer in the CCDL is to implement services and interfaces that meet the needs of researchers studying childhood cancer. The resulting software will serve a community of dedicated scientists and clinicians, including those who receive grants from ALSF, providing opportunities to engage with users. This team member will be expected to provide development expertise across multiple services.

The CCDL position will provide the full stack developer with the opportunity to implement systems that enable the user-guided analysis and interpretation of large-scale datasets. This member of the team will need an understanding of how to develop efficient solutions in this setting, and some familiarity with the ability to deploy these solutions to compute infrastructure. Working in the CCDL also provides a unique opportunity to interact with the childhood cancer research community and its supporters at ALSF.


• Develop and implement usable web interfaces from sketches or wireframes.

• Develop scalable back end services.

• Work with others to successfully deploy solutions to compute infrastructure.

• Write clean, maintainable source code.


• Expertise implementing software that extends from the user interface to deployment.

• Expertise in or the ability to transition to Python.

• Expertise with modern JavaScript and familiarity with and the ability to transition to related frameworks (such as Angular or React)

• Experience designing and implementing data visualization tools within web-based applications

• BA/BS in computer science, software engineering, other related majors, or equivalent work experience.

Applications that include either a portfolio with work samples or demonstrable contributions to open source projects are preferred.


This full-time opportunity offers a competitive salary and benefits package. Interested candidates should submit a CV/resume with cover letter describing your interest and why you would be the right fit for this position to