Data Manager for a recently launched four-year National Science Foundation project to address fundamental questions on ecological processes across regional scales. Participate in the design, development, and maintenance of the online STOICH database/data repository. Work with team members to develop and follow guidelines for cataloging data, contributing metadata management, data lineage, and data quality. Independently write scripts to organize, evaluate, and conduct quality control analyses of data and test and implement new applications that interface with the STOICH database. Apply research methodologies to evaluate data and ensure statistical consistency and accuracy. Collaborate and consult on research projects with the STOICH research team. Develop and deliver training materials for best practices for data archiving and use of STOICH.
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Minimum Required Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in computer science, statistics, management information systems, electrical/computer engineering, environmental data science, or related field plus two years of experience in working w/database design and/or development; equivalent education/experience considered. Knowledge of structured databases. Knowledge of SQL (or equivalent), R, Python, & MATLAB.
Master's degree in computer science, statistics, management information systems, electrical/computer engineering, environmental data science, or related field. Experience with creating and maintaining databases, and upgrading database systems and software. Experience managing data backup operations.
Posted Salary: $67,128/yr. minimum
Job Type: Full-Time
Internal Number: 72167
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