[visionlist] Computer Programmer Position

Mark McCourt Mark.Mccourt at ndsu.edu
Tue Sep 12 15:06:15 GMT 2006



The North Dakota State University Center for Visual Neuroscience seeks to
hire a computer programmer to assist faculty in developing real-time data
acquisition and stimulus control software to conduct behavioral and
electrophysiological experiments using human subjects. Required
qualifications include a BS/BA degree in Engineering, Computer Science,
Mathematics or related field; experience with writing real-time data
acquisition and control software; experience with Windows operating systems,
Matlab, C/C++ or other programming language (such as Neurobehavioral Systems
Presentation) providing real-time control of video graphics and data
input/output; knowledge of mathematics, engineering; excellent computer
skills; knowledge of microcomputer hardware; and good interpersonal
communication skills. Preferred qualifications include knowledge of
microcomputer hardware, microcomputer maintenance/troubleshooting skills,
and knowledge in experimental design. Salary $40,000+ per year with
excellent benefits.


Applicants should submit the following supporting documents to the Office of
Human Resources, PO Box 5345, Fargo, ND 58105 (see
http://www.ndsu.edu/jobs/broadbanded/ for details) by the close of business
on October 2, 2006: 1) cover letter; 2) current resume; and 3) names,
addresses, and phone numbers of three professional references. Informal
inquiries can be directed to mark.mccourt at ndsu.edu.


For additional information about the Center for Visual Neuroscience see:
http://www.cvn.psych.ndsu.nodak.edu <http://www.cvn.psych.ndsu.nodak.edu/> 

For additional information about North Dakota State University see:
http://www.ndsu.edu <http://www.ndsu.edu/> 

For additional information about the Fargo/Moorhead region see:



Mark E. McCourt, Ph.D.

Director, Center for Visual Neuroscience

Professor, Department of Psychology

North Dakota State University

Fargo, ND 58105


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