LAGOS DATA MANAGER
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Work type: Staff-Full Time
Department: L&S/CTR FOR LIMNOLOGY
Categories: Information Systems/Technology, Natural Resources, Environmental Sciences, Research, Scientific
The data manager (DM) will be responsible for managing a large spatial and temporal relational database created for a collaborative NSF project examining water quality relationships to land use/cover and climate. The DM will work closely with faculty and graduate students, system administrator, and other data managers and be responsible for the basic components of database management including, but not limited to: metadata entry; ETL (extracting-transforming-loading) tasks; creating and managing user accounts; updates, and access control; creation of SQL scripts; manipulation and migration of existing databases into the existing RDBMS.
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Degree and Area of Specialization:
An undergraduate degree in an ecological field, in computer science/engineering, or information science is required.
Minimum Years and Type of Relevant Work Experience:
Demonstrated basic skills and at least one year of experience in scientific data handling and data processing script writing plus some knowledge of ecological principals and field data collection; Being comfortable with using and learning new technologies (e.g., database technology, R scripting, XML editing); Demonstrated capacity to learn quickly, work independently, as well as work well within teams; Attention to detail and the skills to communicate effectively with ecologists as well as technical staff in person and in writing are extremely important.
Specific desirable skills are experience in database technology, SQL, R, and knowledge of aquatic biogeochemistry methods. Although some training in these technologies will be provided, willingness to find solutions and do trouble shooting independently through searching the web is also needed.
A484120-COL OF LETTERS & SCIENCE/CTR FOR LIMNOLOGY
Full Time: 100%
Appointment Type, Duration:
Minimum $46,090 ANNUAL (12 months) Depending on Qualifications
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SR DATA BASE ADMINSTR(R82BN) or DATA BASE ADMINSTR(R82DN) or ASSOC DATA BASE ADMIN(R82FN)
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Applications Open: Central Daylight Time May 22 2020
Applications Close: Jun 19 2020 11:55 PM Central Daylight Time
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