Software Developer, Department of Computer Science - Georgetown Colleger
Software Developer, Department of Computer Science - Georgetown College
The Software Developer assists the Principal Investigator with interdisciplinary research supported by the MDI with programming, data analysis, and research support. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Engages in interdisciplinary research related to using Twitter and other open source data sets to advance both methodologies and computer science knowledge.
- Develops algorithms and software that will support this research - and ultimately assist other social scientists on campus.
- Interacts with researchers in the Computer Science department, at MDI, and across the Georgetown campus.
- Bachelor's degree
- Qualified in programming, software development, engineering and writing
- Advanced programming and analytic skills
- Strong technical skills and the ability to understand social science research
- Master's degree in Computer Science
- Programming proficiency in JAVA, PYTHON, and C++
- Understanding of basic statistics
- At least 1 year of working experience in Computer Science research and/or development
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