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#Data4Good Job Alert (Oct 2015)
October 26, 2015

If you're looking for a job that lets you use data and technology for social good, here is a selection we've heard about through the grapevine or stumbled upon online. Know of a great opportunity we missed? Tweet at us and we'll share it.

Fellow, Data & Society - New York
Apply by December 1 with a specific project or activity that they will execute to help society’s understanding of and ability to adapt to a world permeated by data.

Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University - Cambridge, Massachusetts
Spend the 2016-2017 academic year in residence in Cambridge, MA to engage in collaborative, cross-disciplinary, and cross-sectoral exploration of some of the Internet's most interesting, challenging, and compelling issues. 

Data Scientist, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center - New York
Join the Strategy and Innovation team to leverage the power of data and analytics to shape strategic decisions at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, a world renowned organization dedicated to the progressive control and cure of cancer through programs of patient care, research, and education.

Data Engineer, Harmony Institute - New York
You’re a data nerd with a strong engineering background and a passion for wrangling messy, heterogeneous datasets into tidy, cohesive data stores.

Data Analyst, inVenture - Santa Monica, California
Tackling the demand for instant and easy access to financial services around the globe is no easy task, but InVenture plans to solve the problem through a smart, data-driven platform. 

Quantitative Financial Engineer, inVenture - Santa Monica, California
InVenture seeks a quantitative financial engineer to develop risk management and loan portfolio modeling tools.

Quantitative Financial Internship, inVenture - Santa Monica, California
InVenture seeks a quantitative financial engineer to develop risk management and loan portfolio modeling tools.

Spatial Ecologist, Audobon Society - New York
Reporting to Audubon's Chief Scientist, the Spatial Ecologist is a member of the National Conservation Science Division and has the responsibility for helping to conceive and execute analyses.

Data Scientist, University of Maryland - Maryland
In collaboration with TLTC and IRPA staff, the Data Scientist will be responsible for the implementation of on-going academic, co-curricular, and institutional assessment efforts.

Senior Software Developer, EcoHealth Alliance - New York
As part of a small team of developers, data scientists, and infectious disease scientists, you'll develop tools to support EcoHealth Alliance's mission in conservation and global public health.

Data Justice Community Researcher, Detroit Community Technology Project - Detroit, Michigan
Two-year research project to explore issues of data rights, digital privacy and racial and economic inequality in the United States. 

Senior Advisor, Data, Accountability and Sustainable Development, Civicus - New York
Contribute to leading the delivery and scaling-up of the DataShift initiative, as well as providing input on behalf of CIVICUS into the new Global Partnership on Sustainable Development Data. 

Statistical Programmer/Analyst, NYU School of Medicine - New York
Under the supervision of Donna Shelley, MD, and Sue Kaplan, JD, in the Department of Population Health at NYU School of Medicine, the candidate will work on projects focused on clinical research, health services research, and population health interventions.

Director of Strategic Learning, Research and Evaluation, Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust - Phoenix, Arizona
The Director of Strategic Learning, Research, and Evaluation leads the Trust’s learning and knowledge management agenda to assess the impact of its work and to assist in planning and refining its grantmaking strategies.

Vice President of Strategy, Learning, and Impact, Democracy Fund - Washington, D.C.
The Vice President will lead an adaptive cycle that involves (a) seeking to understand our democracy as a complex social system, (b) helping to develop strategies for engaging that system, and (c) learning from our activities so that we can engage more effectively over time.

 

 

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