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Data Scientist/Application Developer Sr - Limited Term
The position will also contribute to (and benefit from) broader dataviz and analytics efforts that are ongoing across these web resources. The position will embed in a team of >30 biologists, bioinformaticians and software developers that work to translate requirements generated by clinical and scientific user communities into effective data representations and interfaces, enabling powerful data-mining capabilities. Successful applicants could come from a variety of backgrounds, including programming, statistics or biology. Participation in the preparation of scientific papers and technical documentation and attendance at scientific meetings is encouraged but not required. This is a limited term position.
To learn more and apply, please visit https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/20018.
Scientific Data Specialist - Limited Term
As a Scientific Data Specialist, you will join a dynamic and growing team responsible for ensuring that global epidemiologic datasets are accessible to epidemiologists, laboratory researchers, field biologists, clinicians and policy-makers. The successful applicant will work collaboratively as part of a 40+ member team including epidemiologists, biologists, curators, data-loaders, ontologists, user-interface specialists, software developers and outreach staff to present our global user base with intuitive and informative web interfaces for accessing and interrogating large-scale datasets.
This position will focus on processing data received from study investigators according to ClinEpiDB SOPs, including tracking data files received from the data providers, managing day-to-day communications to ensure accurate understanding and interpretation of the data sets, working with our ontology team to map variables to display hierarchies and ontology terms, configuring the study using ClinEpiDB presentation tools, and working with data providers to QC the resulting web sites. Effective communication skills are required, including the ability to coordinate groups from diverse nationalities and cultural backgrounds. An understanding of the challenges posed by large-scale epidemiological data is highly desirable. This position may require some international travel, support at workshops, webinars, and meetings, as well as participation in scientific writing and keeping up-to-date with the pertinent scientific literature. This is a limited term position.
To learn more and apply, please visit https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/20017.
Senior Project Coordinator - Limited Term
As a Senior Project Coordinator, you will join a dynamic and growing team responsible for coordinating a global epidemiologic data integration, exploration and data-mining project, ClinEpiDB.org, making diverse datasets accessible to epidemiologists, laboratory researchers, field biologists, clinicians and policy-makers. The successful applicant will work closely with data providers and other end users to make certain that requirements are accurately identified and specified, and ensure that all commitments are achievable, delivered in a timely manner, and reported appropriately. They will also work with other senior team members to define priorities, allocate resources and foster communication within a 40+ member team including biologists, curators, data-loaders, ontologists, user-interface specialists, software developers, outreach staff, and others.
Excellent interpersonal skills are required, including the ability to clearly communicate with persons from diverse scientific and cultural backgrounds: epidemiologists, clinicians, programmers, biomedical researchers, etc, working in academics, industry, medicine and public health, at various sites around the world. A solid understanding of data science concepts is required, including experience with large-scale epidemiological, genomic, or other biomedical datasets. Demonstrated evidence of strong writing skills is required. Experience in managing or coordinating large projects spanning broad geographic regions with diverse personnel is a plus. This position will require some international travel; support for workshops, webinars, and meetings; and participation in scientific writing and reporting. Opportunities may be available to participate in collaborative research, depending on the expertise and interest of the individual. This is a limited term position.
To learn more and apply, please visit https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/20019.