We are seeking high energy, creative UI/UX front end developers to join our team of researchers, data analysts, and software engineers in the Ag-Analytics research group in the Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management. Our team is actively involved in web tool and database development, and works closely with various industry and government concerns to develop interactive models and tools, translating research outcomes. Our research and outreach spans a wide variety of areas relevant to analytics, risk, and agricultural finance, including weather and crop production risk modeling; geospatial analysis; crop insurance and actuarial modeling; agricultural policy; among others. Information on some of our current activities can be found here: ag-analytics.org
Primary Job Duties:
-Front end web development and design
-Prototyping and developing UIs and user experience
- Implement features and user interfaces
-Design and architect efficient front-ends to enable complex web applications
-Front end mobile application development
Applicant should be skilled in responsive UI/UX design, data and mapping visualizations, and have experience in design process and thinking.
This position is an initial one-year appointment with renewal contingent upon secured funding and successful performance.
Bachelor's degree; more than 1 years experience or equivalent.
1+ Years experience with ASP/C# or similar.
1+ years web mapping experience (Leaflet, D3, OpenLayers, etc.);
2+ years of HTML/CSS experience;
2+ years experience with browser APIs;
Experience with data visualization libraries such as d3.js or HighCharts.
At least one database management systems ( Microsoft SQL Server, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MySQL); mobile application experience; creating and working with API's and web services. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to manage multiple projects and deliver work on schedule.Self-starter with ability to work creatively to solve problems.
University Job Title:
Prog Analyst II
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