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Scientific Programmer
University of North Carolina | Chapel Hill, North Carolina
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UNC Ashevilles National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center (NEMAC) helps people understandand reach decisions in a complex and changing world. NEMAC conducts applied environmental research to create tools that address the challenges and opportunities of human interaction with the environment. By integrating data, creating visualizations, facilitating understanding, and providing decision support, we work to address issues that impact our society. Our goal is to help people understand the relevance and importance of complex environmental issues. With the assistance of UNC Asheville undergraduate research interns, NEMAC develops web applications, interactive geographic information systems (GIS) solutions, multimedia delivery technologies, and print media. Over the last several years, NEMAC has built multiple nationally recognized online decision support tools that have supported decision making in the areas of climate variability and change, forest health, and other environmental issues. NEMAC is currently seeking a Software Developer to join our staff in a full-time position to support NEMACs applied research efforts. Specifically, this position will be supporting a grant from the National Institute of Health, by building a novel Software-as-a-Service offering for quantitative modeling of biochemical networks capable of seamless deployment in public cloud environment, called StochSS. The successful applicant will conduct applied research and assist in the development, and maintenance of computational software, web applications and creation of biochemical models. They must have proven experience developing scientific software, simulation methodologies, and cloud-native software solutions. They must have experience with outreach and working with external collaborators to help end users better understand complex systems data and information through innovative and interactive tools and technologies. The person filling this position must be technically savvy but also have excellent applied research, communication and project management skills to support NEMACs overall program. This position is anticipated to extend no longer than the four-year project period of this grant.

* Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related field
* Experience developing software for applied research
* Experience with full-stack web development
* Experience developing software solutions for cloud-native environments
* Experience building software with version control in a team environment

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