CIRES/ NSIDC Software Developer

Posting Date: 
14 December 2021
CU Job Posting Number: 
35500
Job Type: 
Full-time
About NSIDC: 
The mission of the National Snow and Ice Data Center is to make fundamental contributions to cryospheric science and excel in managing data and disseminating information in order to advance understanding of the Earth system. NSIDC is a trusted source of cryospheric data and services, and is a leader in research and development within this field. We enjoy a broad stable funding base which collectively supports our infrastructure and provides growth in numerous technical fields.
About this job: 

The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) within the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) is looking for a team-oriented Software Developer with an interest in developing and maintaining front-end and back-end applications related to snow and ice research, data management, and dissemination, and data services. Our development team applies processes such as Kanban, agile, continuous integration, and pair programming to produce high-quality software for a variety of funding agencies including NASA, NOAA, and NSF. As part of this team, you would have the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects, including JavaScript/TypeScript web apps, Python tools for data production and services, and big data processing on CU Boulder’s supercomputer.

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