The University of Pittsburgh School of Information Sciences is looking for a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Web Science in Pittsburgh, PA. According to the post, the candidate should have deep knowledge of “Data-intensive scholarship; Information visualization; Data mining; Semantic web; [and] Web engineering.” It states, “The University of Pittsburgh has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education and Research by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security, while the iSchool security curriculum has been certified by the Committee on National System Security (CNSS) as meeting the national standards for information security education. In Web Science, numerous opportunities exist for collaboration on large-scale Web Service projects, including collaboration with the Center for Biomedical Informatics and the Intelligent Systems Program at Pitt.” Read more
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The Commonwealth Workforce Development System of Pennsylvania is looking for a Web Technology Manager in Pittsburgh. According to the post, “This person will lead a small team of web developers and web technical staff to maintain current web capabilities and incrementally improve the web infrastructure, web processes and core capabilities required to support the Web Communications Group (WCG) and outreach. Provides support for the technical infrastructure for external web presence as well as the intranet and related supporting technologies.” Read more
The Bosch Research and Technology Center is looking for a Research Engineer – Internet Technologies in Pittsburgh, PA. Responsibilities of the position include: “Identify new trends in internet technologies and evaluate their significance for BOSCH. Adapt and develop IT technologies to build up new internet enabled products and services for BOSCH. Work with BOSCH business units to elicit application- and domain-specific requirements and trends as well as develop and transfer technical solutions. Actively participate in projects underway at US and international Bosch locations.” Read more
A new semantic start-up, Careerimp is looking for a Software Development Engineer in Pittsburgh, PA: “We code in Ruby on Rails and jQuery. Let it be known: we are not dabblers. We expect you to have a very strong foundation in programming and several projects behind you in developing web software. You should be someone who hates bugs to be found in your code, so you test it like crazy before deploying it. You style your own features with a usability designer’s assistance so you ought to have a good eye for aesthetics. You think in graphs and algorithms, and are not afraid of complexity. You are bubbling with feature ideas. You are disciplined in development and can bring some of that into our development culture.
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