Career Opportunity /  1 March 2023

Senior Software Engineer

Yale University - Center for Biodiversity and Global Change

Deadline: 1 March 2023 - the deadline has passed.
New Haven, CT - United States

Map of Life (MOL) and the Yale Center for Biodiversity and Global Change are seeking a Senior Software Engineer interested in developing new technologies to support effective global biodiversity monitoring, research, education, and decision-making. The Senior Software Engineer would lead and advise a team of existing Software Engineers and work closely with the Managing Director and PI. The successful candidate will assemble and integrate a wide range of knowledge about species distributions and other environmental data working with several existing partners (e.g., NASA, The Field Museum, Google, Esri). Map of Life is built on a scalable web platform geared for large biodiversity and environmental data and provides a range of information and biodiversity indicator products. Map of Life leads the data integration and mapping efforts of the Half-Earth Project which aims to identify and prioritize target areas for global biodiversity conservation.

Responsibilities and tasks will include: Managing and developing responsive web applications using JavaScript frameworks, Python, NodeJS, Go, and PostgreSQL/PostGIS, documenting through GitHub and workflow optimization, working in Unix-based systems, and collaborating on Esri services. Managing and building backend API services in Cloud environments. Managing and building frontend interfaces with frameworks like Angular, React, etc. Providing feedback on code, incorporating user feedback directly into products. Assessing and meeting technical and stakeholder needs. Conducting written and oral presentations of data, interpreting the findings, and providing conclusions and recommendations. Solving problems in an organized and logical manner.


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