A minimum of a Ph.D. in Natural Resources, Computer Science, or a related field; data management skills including demonstrated proficiency in relational database management using MS SQL Server and SQL, applied web application development skills, demonstrated skills related to developing, testing, and maintaining cyber-infrastructure support systems for scientific applications; and skills related to project management, software lifecycles, object-oriented design, database management, and programming in PHP.
Interested individuals can learn more by visiting our website (www.citsci.org) and/or by contacting our search chair (Ernie.Marx@colostate.edu) or our founder and director (Greg Newman – Gregory.Newman@ColoState.Edu) and by visiting the full position announcement.
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