Job Opportunities

Join our team! For questions, contact Lisel Record at recorde@indiana.edu.


CNS Teaching Assistant


The Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center (CNS) is looking for an hourly Teaching Assistant to support upcoming iterations of the Visual Analytics Certificate (VAC, https://visanalytics.cns.iu.edu). The Teaching Assistant will work closely with course instructors in communicating with students about assignments, grades, and learning materials. S/he will also analyze student performance and engagement data in support of continuous course improvement.

This part-time position is for 29 hours per week during summer 2021 and possibly continuing in Fall 2021.

Strong oral/written communication skills and superior work organization skills are required. Prior expertise in data visualization is a plus.

Please submit your resume and cover letter with info on relevant expertise to Matthew Martindale masmarti@iu.edu by May 17, EOB. Use subject header “CNSTA”.


CNS Research Assistant


The Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center (CNS) is seeking an hourly Research Assistant to layout the vascular pathways in the human body (arteries, veins, capillaries, and lymph vessels) in close collaboration with experts in the US and Germany, see also “Considerations for Using the Vasculature as a Coordinate System to Map All the Cells in the Human Body” (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7082726).

This work will be done in the context of the Human BioMolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP), a large, multi-institutional effort, funded by the National Institutes of Health that aims to create a map of the human body at single cell resolution, see https://hubmapconsortium.github.io/ccf/.

This part-time position is for 29 hours per week during summer 2021 and possibly continuing in Fall 2021.

Demonstrated strong data mining and visualization expertise is required. A background in human anatomy or histopathology is a plus.

Please submit your resume and cover letter with info on relevant expertise to Matthew Martindale masmarti@iu.edu by May 17, EOB.Use subject header “CNSRA”.


CNS Data Analysis and Visualization


The Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center (CNS) is looking for an hourly Research Assistant to work on data analyses, data models, and data visualizations in different research, education, and development projects. The Research Assistant will participate in the development of new data analysis and visualization workflows, document results, and participate in training and outreach activities.

This part-time position is for 29 hours per week during summer 2021 and possibly continuing in Fall 2021.

Strong oral and written communication skills are required. Prior expertise in data visualization is a plus.

Please submit your resume and cover letter with info on relevant expertise to Matthew Martindale masmarti@iu.edu by May 17, EOB. Use subject header “CNSDV”.


Exhibit Assistant


This position involves providing support to outreach efforts at the Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center in the Intelligent Systems Engineering department. CNS curates and manages a traveling exhibit on data visualization, and hosts a number of workshops each year. Typical tasks may include:
  • manage correspondence and contacts relating to exhibit venues and exhibit contributors
  • data collection for user studies or prototyping trials
  • build and manage an email contact list of past and potential exhibit hosts
  • prepare materials for outreach events
  • develop visitor itineraries
  • update scimaps.org website
  • art handling (condition reporting, packing for shipment)
We are searching for an individual with demonstrated customer service skills and an ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Familiarity with or an interest in data visualization or library and museum work is desirable.

Application Process:
Please send a cover letter and resume to recorde@indiana.edu or Lisel Record, Luddy Hall 4016, 700 N Woodlawn Ave., Bloomington, IN 47408.



Angular Software Developer


Indiana University's Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center (CNS, https://cns.iu.edu) is looking for a full-time software developer to become an integral member of a professional development team. Your contributions will directly impact the advancement of visualizations, datasets, tools, and services in the study of scholarly, social, biomedical, and other networks. You will be advancing research on the structure and evolution of science and technology, and developing innovative ways to communicate results via static and interactive maps of science. Your skills will implement the next generation of visualizations and the tech to run them. Indiana University is an equal employment and affirmative action employer. Bloomington is a college town well known for its great work-life balance.

Qualifications

At least 1 year of professional experience with Angular 2+ technology. Preference for experience in TypeScript, Angular, D3, or Vega. Familiarity with Agile/SCRUM workflow Experience with CSS and a compiler like SCSS Experience in cross-disciplinary teams and strong collaboration skills. A can-do work ethic.

Location: Bloomington, Indiana, United States

Application Process:
If you are not an IU employee currently, please apply using this link
Current IU employees should use this link



DevOps Engineer


Indiana University's Cyberinfrastructure for Network Science Center (CNS) is looking for a full-time DevOps Engineer, specializing in Kubernetes, to become an integral member of a professional development team. Your contributions will directly impact the advancement of visualizations, datasets, tools, and services in the study of scholarly, social, biomedical, and other networks. Your skills will launch a next-generation infrastructure that will power our center’s diverse software portfolio. In addition to software development and IT operations, you will gather and refine IT requirements for a limited number of projects, work with center leadership to document and convey the real-time status of infrastructure and work with IU IT administrators to maintain a high level of compliance with IU policies. You will be interacting with a wide variety of people, so excellent communication skills are a must.

Qualifications:

Undergraduate degree in computer science or a related field. Familiarity with best practices in IT administration. Familiarity with Agile/SCRUM workflow. Experience in cross-disciplinary teams and strong collaboration skills. A can-do work ethic.

Application Process:
If you are not an IU employee currently, please apply using this link
Current IU employees should use this link


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