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The core functions of the position of MDI Software Developer, will engage in research, development, and implementation of integrated, dynamical environment-economy toolkits that integrate interactions among macro-economics, climate change, mineral scarcity, and biomass distribution. The Software Developer will collaborate with Researchers in the Georgetown Environmental Justice Program to develop visual analytic tools.
This Software Developer will interact with researchers of the Georgetown Environmental Justice Program, other technical staff, faculty at other universities, and students. This position reports directly to MDI Director Lisa Singh and EJP Director Gaël Giraud. They are responsible for this project.
Work Mode Designation
This position has been designated as Hybrid 3 Days (3 days on campus/2 days telework). Please note that work mode designations are regularly reviewed in order to meet the evolving needs of the University. Such review may necessitate a change to a position’s mode of work designation. Complete details about Georgetown University’s mode of work designations for staff and AAP positions can be found on the Department of Human Resources website: .
Requirements and Qualifications
Undergraduate degree (BSc) in Computer Science.
A minimum of 3 – 5 years of working experience in Computer Science research and/or development.
Strong technical skills
Advanced programming and analytical skills; and knowledge of statistical modeling.
Python skills and front-end development experience. For instance, good knowledge of
*numpy and pandas for data handling
- matplotlib, plotly and dash for visualization and dashboard
- stramlit, pyside for data extension, or equivalent libraries
Ability to design and code software independently.
Preferred requirements and qualifications should be listed separately here.
Knowledge in Fortran, in cython.
Google, Amazon or Azure Cloud experience
Programming proficiency in JAVA and PYTHON
Application programming skills
Database administration knowledge, Postgres a plus
Understanding of statistics and statistical programming packages
Sponsored Project Management (if applicable)
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