Career Opportunity /  21 October 2022

Software Engineer, Yale Center for Biodiversity and Global Change

Map of Life (MOL) and the Yale Center for Biodiversity and Global Change are seeking a Software Engineer who is interested in developing new technologies to support effective global biodiversity education, monitoring, research and decision-making.

Deadline: 21 October 2022 - the deadline has passed.
New Haven, CT - United States

Hiring: Software Engineer

Map of Life (MOL) and the Yale Center for Biodiversity and Global Change are seeking a Software Engineer who is interested in developing new technologies to support effective global biodiversity education, monitoring, research and decision-making. The successful candidate will assemble and integrate a wide range of knowledge about species distributions. 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 that aims to identify and prioritize target areas for global biodiversity conservation.

www.mol.org

https://bgc.yale.edu
 

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Responsibilities and tasks will include:

  • Developing responsive web applications using Javascript frameworks, Python, NodeJS, Go, and PostgreSQL/PostGIS, documenting through GitHub and workflow optimization, working in Unix-based systems
  • Building and supporting backend API services in Cloud environments
  • Building and supporting frontend interfaces with frameworks like Angular, React, etc
  • Receiving and 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