The Digital Scholarship Center of the University of Cincinnati invites applications for a Data Visualization Developer to design and develop creative interfaces and dashboards to enable data-driven research. The successful candidate will generate and present visual prototypes for projects at the Digital Scholarship Center. The Visualization Developer will design elegant dashboards that present information for data exploration and analysis, collaborate with technical teams to access and transform data needed for visualization tools, and perform data quality reviews of new and existing information sources. This position will report to Dr. James Lee, Digital Scholarship Center co-director.
This position is one of four strategic positions we are recruiting for as a part of "The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's Catalyst Trandisciplinary Research" grant awarded to the University of Cincinnati. This grant is in support of the Digital Scholarship Center's research on machine learning and data visualization in multiple disciplines. Our Digital Scholarship Center (DSC) is positioned as a catalyst- an intellectual partner making new forms of digital research possible by lowering the technical barrier to entry for faculty to investigate their research questions, and by creating transdisciplinary teams to work in partnership through the research lifecycle. The Visualization Developer will assist with advancing our
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