Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Hayden lab (https://www.haydenlab.com/) seeks an experienced candidate to develop and maintain an open-source project for tracking animals. This position will conceptualize and build centralized tools (including developing new analysis pipelines) that can extract data/insights for daily management, process large data sets in order to categorize results, identify outliers/anomalies, visualize results for further investigation and analysis, develop protocols to streamline workflow related to the project, and continually optimize processes to improve efficiency and accuracy of the data processing routines. Other tasks include basic programming for task design, hardware maintenance, development of automated calibration procedures, and exploration of new analysis procedures.
Candidates must be able to work both independently and as part of team, be comfortable and capable of taking verbal and written inputs and guidance from other team members to create data processing and analysis tools as necessary.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
Required: • BS/BA and 2 years of related experience or a combination of education and work experience to equal six years. • Strong programming skills in Python and Bash, good understanding of linear algebra
Preferred: • Experience working with Computer Vision and OpenCV • Research experience in statistics/data science/related fields • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Effectiveness in organizing tasks and setting priorities • Ability to interact constructively with faculty and staff • Ability to be adaptable, creative, a quick learner, energetic and highly motivated
Internal Number: 336427
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