DATA JEDI (RESEARCH INFORMATION SCIENTIST) - NYU'S CENTER FOR URBAN SCIENCE + PROGRESS
The Center for Urban Science + Progress is hiring a research information scientist who will be responsible for collecting, developing, collating, archiving and communicating information about research datasets in the CUSP data facility. The research information scientist will serve as an information specialist, programmer, and ETL engineer. This is a full time position that will help maintain CUSP's strong ties to the NYU Libraries.
Period yearly renewable
Position Reports To Associate Director for Data Resources & Data Strategy
Location Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Research data metadata standards ETL;
Database development & management
Communication with domain scientists
Communication with lay audiences
Multi-tasking in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
Computer Skills Basic programming (python or similar)
MS in Library & Information Sciences or related field
COMPANY INFORMATION CUSP
1 Metro Tech Center,
19th Floor Brooklyn NY 11201 United States
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