Spatial Biodiversity Data Manager — New Haven, CT
Organization: Yale Program in Spatial Biodiveristy Science and Conservation
Job Title: Spatial Biodiversity Data Manager
Location: New Haven, CT
Hours and Compensation: full time and paid
Application Deadline: Feb. 5, 2013
Posted On: Jan. 29, 2013
he Yale Program in Spatial Biodiveristy Science and Conservation (SBSC) – under the auspices of the Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies (YIBS) – aims to provide a platform for intellectual exchange, training and scholarly excellence for researchesr and students in this area. We are poised to capitalize on the new opportunities in spatial biodiversity science, conservation and global change. This Program aims to support Yale’s leadership in addressing some of the most timely and important research challenges of the day. By pooling and strengthening capacities and more fully realizing our interdisciplinary potential we expect to strengthen the formation and success of both individual and group projects in biodiversity and conservation at Yale.
The Map of Life project (www.mappinglife.org) is seeking a qualified candidate to join their international team to help oversee the management (and analysis) of species distribution information and associated metadata. Strong background in GIS, spatial analysis and database administration are key (with experience in e.g. Python and postgres), as are strong interpersonal and communication skills.
more description and other positions at SBSC: http://sbsc.yale.edu/sites/default/files/YaleSBSC_AdJan13.pdf
How to Apply
For application please email a short cover letter, CV and contact details of three referees (all in one pdf) to email@example.com with the subject line “MOL data”. For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin 5 Feb 2013 and continue until positions are filled.