Part-time position in web and database technologies (posted 10/14/13)
An hourly student programmer (masters or undergraduate) is needed to
write web applications, and data processing scripts for visualization
and quality control of urban hydrology/biogeochemistry data.
The selected student will (1) write interactive websites for PC, (2)
aid in implementation and automation of quality control
procedures. These deliverables will access, update, and query the
existing SQL backend based on the Observations Data Model via web
services or other database query technologies.
A successful applicant should have prior experience designing and
writing websites and/or mobile applications preferably with PHP,
database access and query techniques for relational databases and the
ability to write modular Python code is necessary. Experience in
GIS, Python’s Matplotlib library or prior experience with environmental
datasets and cleanup techniques are desirable.
Compensation: Pay depends on experience and qualifications.
Dates: Mid-October 2013 until completion
Hours: Part-time 15-20 hours/week. Work must be performed in
CUERE’s GIS lab located in the Technology Research Center room 149
under the supervision of the Environmental Data Manager during regular
business hours (M-F 9:00 am - 5:00 pm).
How to Apply: To apply for this position, please email the following to Josh Cole at email@example.com:
(1) a cover letter outlining your qualifications for this position; (2)
your current resume including names of three professional references;
(3) unofficial academic transcripts; (4) optionally URLs to any web
applications or websites that you have implemented.
Application Deadline: Applications will be considered immediately until the position is filled.
Graduate Research Assistant
PhD student position is available for a NSF Water Sustainability and
Climate project investigating the impacts of regional climate
variability and patterns of urban development on the urban water cycle
and nutrient export. A PhD student interested in urban
hydrology/modeling will work with Drs. Claire Welty and Andrew Miller
at UMBC in Departments of Chemical, Biochemical, and Environmental Engineering/Geography
and Environmental Systems. The student will have opportunities to
interact with collaborators at the Baltimore Ecosystem Study Long-Term
Ecological Research project. Interested applicants should contact
Dr. Claire Welty at firstname.lastname@example.org.