1) Design and manage project-wide databases of language, demographic and task data collected over eighteen years for a longitudinal cohort.
2) Write custom queries for extracting and cleaning the data; develop data processing pipelines for anonymization and linguistic feature coding.
3) Develop an interface for querying and displaying visual representations of data.
4) Work with project investigators, other members of the University, and/or outside digital archives to house the data in persistent, accessible format.
5) Oversee project and any students or research support staff who work on the project.
6) Write reports, contribute to research publications, and create documentation for the project.
1) Knowledge in relevant scientific field. 2) Advanced knowledge of programming methods and database management. 3) Advanced analytic skills. 4) Verbal and written communication skills. 5) Ability to train others. 6) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
1) Advanced degree in a related research field; bachelorâ™s degree 2) At least two years of relevant programming/data management
1) Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
2) Knowledge of statistical software.
3) Proficiency in at least one scripting language (Python)
4) Proficiency with SQL or other database structures
5) Office environment
2) Cover letter
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