[ESIP-all] Opportunity: Programmer Analyst, University of Arizona and USA National Phenology Network

Alyssa Rosemartin alyssa at usanpn.org
Wed May 13 16:55:35 EDT 2015

Opportunity: Programmer Analyst, University of Arizona and USA National
Phenology Network

Are you ready to apply your programming and database talents to something
more rewarding than crunching numbers and "business as usual"? Want to work
on web technologies and analyze data with the aim of engaging people in
science and engendering a connection to the natural world? The USA-NPN is
looking for an outstanding full stack LAMP programmer to help advance the
Network's citizen science driven research.  You'll work in a relaxed and
supportive environment where you'll focus on adding new features to our web
infrastructure and database, help meet the ever growing needs of our
expanding user base and develop valuable new data products to be used by
researchers from across the country - all stemming from the USA-NPN's
Nature's Notebook world-class plant and animal phenology program. Our
indispensable new employee will also create reports for team members,
interfacing with the SQL database - all while basking in a comfortable
office, stocked with free snacks, and the company of your brilliant and
driven co-workers. You can also look forward to regular office outings, and
enjoy a full range of benefits including dental and medical. If you're
ready to start a new career and make a real difference in the field of
ecology look no further than the job posting below.

View Posting:

Apply at University of Arizona's CareerTrack website, under job number
58323: https://www.uacareertrack.com
Established in 2007, with major funding to date from U.S. Geological Survey
and the National Science Foundation, the USA National Phenology Network
(USA-NPN) was created to collect, synthesize and apply high-quality
phenological data and information to address fundamental science and
societal needs. Products, tools and information produced by the Network are
designed to be widely used for research, and to facilitate decision-making
relative to ecosystem services and climate change adaptation for natural
resource management, agricultural systems, and human well-being. The
Network is comprised of scientists, resource managers, educators, and
volunteer observers - supported by a National Coordinating Office - who
share a common goal of collecting and utilizing national-scale phenological
data.  More information at usanpn.org

Alyssa Rosemartin
Assistant Director
National Coordinating Office, USA National Phenology Network
School of Natural Resources and the Environment, University of Arizona
1955 East 6th Street, Tucson, AZ 85721
Phone: (520) 419-2585
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