Whether setting up a new implementation, migrating across systems, or simply because there’s some missing support, it’s not uncommon to need the services of a LIMS developer. But picking the wrong developer is a genuine risk; if their skillset is wrong or they don’t match the team, you can end up dealing with challenges you didn’t want to have to.
What Makes the Perfect LIMS Developer?
There’s no one-size-fits-all job description we can give you. Every situation is different, depending on your equipment, your mission, and your most frequent processes.
That doesn’t mean there isn’t a perfect developer for you, though; just that you have a little more to do before we can help you find one.
What you need is a job role. That might seem daunting, but you probably already have all the answers, if you think about it:
What duties do you have in mind for your new LIMS developer? Will they be supporting a full implementation? Helping to connect a new piece of hardware into the system? Troubleshooting a connection after something was updated?
What other systems will they need to be familiar with?
Are there any other requirements you have, perhaps skills in other areas?
When will you need them to start, and how long is the project expected to run?
What pay band will the role occupy?
By the time you’ve worked through those questions, you have everything you need for the job role.
And that’s the point to talk to ourLIMS team. With our experience and our database of contacts and candidates in the LIMS field, we can find someone available at the right time with the right skills for the right price range.
Get in touch today and we’ll get the ball rolling!