Posts Tagged ‘Portland’

Semantic Web Jobs: Oregon Health and Science University

OHSU is looking for a Data Wrangler in Portland, OR. The post states, “The Data Wrangler serves as a member of the OHSU Library Ontology Development Group. This position works in the context of the Monarch project to develop a research platform in support of investigations of phenotype-genotype correlations across species. The Data Wrangler will work with ontologists and bioinformaticians at OHSU and consortium sites to design and implement tools and strategies for semantically mapping and manipulating data.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: Thetus

Thetus is looking for a Semantic Modeler in Portland, OR. According to the post, “Thetus builds enterprise semantic software solutions for solving complex problems. We are seeking a semantic modeler to join our modeling and analysis team at our downtown Portland location.  As a semantic modeler, you will design and build the OWL-based ontologies that back our solutions. You will analyze customer and product requirements and research customer domains to create modular, extensible ontologies that balance elegance of expression with practical implementation considerations. You will work with internal and external developers to communicate the usage of these ontologies, and promote model-based patterns and design throughout the organization. ” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: The Information Architecture Institute

The Information Architecture Institute seeks a Semantic Modeler in Portland, OR. The post states, “We are a Portland-based software company that builds enterprise semantic software solutions. We are seeking a semantic modeler to join our modeling and analysis team at our downtown Portlandvlocation. As a semantic modeler, you will design and build the OWL-based ontologies that back our solutions. You’ll analyze customer and product requirements and research customer domains to create modular, extensible ontologies that balance elegance of expression with practical implementation considerations. Read more