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SOCNET  April 2007

SOCNET April 2007

Subject:

job announcement in network analysis

From:

Kathleen Carley <[log in to unmask]>

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Kathleen Carley <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Thu, 12 Apr 2007 11:43:08 -0700

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*****  To join INSNA, visit http://www.insna.org  *****

**Senior Research Software Engineer in Dynamic Network Analysis**
Those interested should send a vita and cover letter to Dr. Kathleen 
Carley [log in to unmask], and cc it to Janice Kusmierek 
<[log in to unmask]>.  Applicants should also enter information through 
the cmu on line system - Ms. Kusmierek can help with that. The posting # 
is 3109 Senior Research Software Engineer in SCS.  Salary range min - 
33,630 - max $61,657 Annually.

Regular Full Time

Location:
    

5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213-3890 United States

Additional Posting Information:
    



Job Description:
    



Summary

This position requires research as well as management and direction of 
software development projects in the CASOS lab. Primary responsibility 
will be to take high-level research goals from the project's principal 
investigator and establish intermediate project goals, task breakdowns, 
and schedules; monitor group activity to ensure that tasks are complete 
and goals met; draft presentations and reports. As part of the process, 
this position will execute tasks through a combination of directing and 
personally executing software design, development, testing, evaluation 
of software performance and publication of significant results in 
established conference proceedings and journals. Additional 
responsibilities include, collecting material for and writing monthly or 
annual reports, supporting proposal writing, staff supervision in the 
Director's absence, sponsor client meetings, and general research and 
meeting support.

Minimum Requirements

Master's degree in Computer Science, a related engineering or scientific 
discipline, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. ; 
At least 4 or more years of related diverse technical experience, 
including in depth experience in software development, operations 
research, social network analysis, link analysis, and machine learning. 
Prior project management experience leading complex technical projects; 
Ability to apply broad understanding of computer science and statistical 
techniques to practical research and development in a university 
environment; excellent analytical, technical, reasoning and innovative 
problem solving skills; ability to effectively lead in a team 
environment; ability to interact and communicate effectively and 
courteously with members of the campus community and external customers 
particularly Ability to apply broad understanding of computer science 
and statistical techniques to practical research and development in a 
university environment; excellent analytical, technical, reasoning and 
innovative problem solving skills; ability to effectively lead in a team 
environment; ability to interact and communicate effectively and 
courteously with members of the campus community and external customers 
particularly the military; computer expertise; ability to maintain 
accurate and detailed records; requires supervisory and leadership 
skills. Programming skills including object-oriented design, C++ and 
Java; Able to accommodate both sedentary and standing/moving work 
environments. ; Work is normally performed in an academic research lab. 
There is frequent close contact with CRT for long periods of time. ; 
Demonstrated ability to pay close attention to detail, maintain 
concentration for long periods of time, meet inflexible deadlines, 
remain calm during difficult situations, work under pressure, work with 
frequent interruptions, and supervise others. ; Week-end and evening 
hours may be required. Must be a US citizen;

Preferred Requirements

Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related computational discipline with a 
focus on machine learning or web services, or equivalent combination of 
training and experience ; 5+ years experience in two or more of data 
mining, text mining, databases, software engineering, systems engineer, 
or multi-agent simulation. Experience development in both unix and 
windows; Web-service software development, html, gis software, sas 
analysis, python, grid based computing, large scale systems.

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