Posted: Sunday, February 4, 2018 5:49 PM
The Digital Scholarship Center of the University of Cincinnati invites applications for an experiencedSoftware Developer. Successful candidates should have experience with the implementation of enterprise:level software to assist us in the growth of our machine learning and data visualization tools. This position will report to Dr. James Lee, Digital Scholarship Center co:director.
This position is one of four strategic positions we are recruiting for as a part of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's Catalyst Trandisciplinary Research grant awarded to the University of Cincinnati. This grant is in support of the Digital Scholarship Center's research on machine learning and data visualization in multiple disciplines.
The Software Developer will be responsible for leading the scripting and refactoring of the codebase for ourcloud:basedCatalystmachine learning and data visualization platform.This platform will be a browser:based software solution for digital scholarship, to enhance the accessibility, adoptability, and openness of these methods to any researcher, student, or member of the public who can run a lightweight browser application.We are looking for an individual with reliable intellectual autonomy, and a familiarity with machine learning and data visualization on large unstructured humanistic datasets in text, image, audio or video formats.
The Software Developer will also consult with faculty and students to advance research projects and training; evaluate scholarly needs and define project goals for research projects; provide input on appropriate deliverables and reasonable schedules for completion; write, test, and debug original software code for applications that enable scholars and library users to collect, manage, produce, manipulate, or analyze digital information resources. The selected candidate will modify existing applications to improve their functioning or achieve broader and more effective use and engage with new technologies to help researchers find their use and interest for research.
This is a thirty month appointment, with an annual salary of 55,000.00 to 60,000.00and a comprehensive benefits package.
:Bachelor'sdegreeinComputerScience,InformationTechnology, ComputerEngineering,orrelateddegree;:OR: anAssociate'sdegreewithtwo(2)years'experience : OR: four(4)yearsofbasicto intermediatelevelcomputerhardwarerelated experience.
:Possessesworking knowledgeofcommonly:usedconcepts, practices,and proceduresandcontributesthrough support,usingestablishedprocesses, methods,andsystems.
:Graduate leveldegree/education will be a plus.
:Minimum 2 years of experience with software development, application development, or systems administration with demonstrable tech skills in an accessible portfolio of work.
:Experience in relational database systems, including Postgresql and MySQL.
:Professional experience in machine learning, natural language processing, information retrieval and probabilistic analysis.
:Familiarity with a code version control system such as GIT.
:Ability to work and communicate with technical and non:technical collaborators, researchers, and fellow developers.
Candidates must complete the online application, attaching a cover letter and resume. We will begin reviewing applications February 26, 2018 and the position will be open until filled.
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The mission of the University of Cincinnati Libraries is to empower discovery, stimulate learning and inspire the creation of knowledge by connecting students, faculty, researchers and scholars to dynamic data, information and resources. In May 2014, the Libraries launched its Strategic Plan with the vision to becomethe globally engaged, intellectu
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