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The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication (YPCCC) invites applications for the position of Geospatial Data Scientist to manage, analyze, model, and visualize scientific data as part of a research team on climate change communication.
YPCCC is hiring a geospatial data scientist to be part of team building cutting-edge communication tools to combat climate change. We’re looking for data scientists who want to help pioneer a new approach to communication: giving policy and decision-makers, researchers, journalists, advocates, and educators the insights they need to engage people in climate change solutions.
If you’re looking to use your geospatial data skills to help reduce climate change, we encourage you to apply.
The primary role of the new Geospatial Data Scientist will be to prepare large volumes of data for analysis, determine and apply the most appropriate statistical methods to evaluate the data, employ visualization techniques to create intuitive presentations, and clearly explain the analysis and resulting findings. Automating and scaling existing processes will also be a primary responsibility.
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