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Programming job working on Raven sound analysis software

Subject: Programming job working on Raven sound analysis software
From: Tim Krein <>
Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2005 13:18:04 -0800
<tt>The Bioacoustics Research Program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology is 
 looking for another computer programmer to join the team developing the 
 Raven (<a  href=""; 
rel="nofollow"></a>) sound analysis software. 
 job description from Cornell's web site appears below. If you'd like to 
 apply, please go to <a  href=""; 
rel="nofollow"></a>, click on the 
 "Staff (non-academic) and Librarian Positions" link, search for jobs 
 with the keyword "raven", and select the single result. Please note that 
 the application deadline is Friday, February 11, and that applications<br>
 must be submitted through the jobs web site listed above.</tt><br>
 Located in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, Cornell University 
 is committed to creating a more diverse and inclusive campus in which to 
 work, study, teach and serve.</tt><br>
 <tt>Cornell's Lab of Ornithology is seeking a Prog/Analyst III to design and 
 implement sound analysis software and support ongoing and future 
 research in the field of animal bioacoustics in the Bioacoustics 
 Research Program. Current research projects include basic research on 
 acoustic communication in whales, elephants, and a variety of bird 
 species, as well as conservation-oriented research using sound as a 
 means of monitoring populations of threatened and endangered species. 
 Software development activities include work on the existing Raven 
 project as well as other internal tools and future projects. Must be 
 able to interact well with others, including software developers, 
 software users, engineers, and biologists. Responsibilities will include 
 planning, designing, scheduling, implementing, and tracking of software 
 projects. This is not merely a project oversight position but includes a 
 large percentage of time writing code. Implementation of software 
 applications will be in Java, C++, C, and/or MATLAB. Additional growth 
 opportunities exist to lead project teams in the future.</tt><br>
 <pre style="margin: 0em;">This is an annual term appointment with possible 
 Bachelor's Degree with focus preferably in Computer Science, Computer 
 Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or related field; 2-3 years of 
 experience or equivalent developing complex software applications. 
 Experience with object-oriented design and programming, knowledge of OO 
 and UI concepts in a programming language like Java or C++. Sufficient 
 knowledge of signal processing to independently design and develop 
 signal processing software. Proven expertise writing object-oriented and 
 signal processing software. Ability to write specifications that can be 
 given to other programmers on a team for implementation. Candidate must 
 have proven experience in software development on complex projects 
 working with other software developers. Ability to mentor other 
 programmers to help them grow in their design and implementation 
 abilities. Fluency with sound and image processing techniques and theory 
 is very important. Experience using project management tools will be 
 beneficial. Demonstrated ability to interact with others on a 
 collaborative team toward a shared project goal. Analytic demands are 
 high, with frequent application of advanced reasoning and problem 
 solving skills. Requires the ability to adapt and improve existing 
 methods or to develop innovative ones. Demands good judgment and 
 organizational skills, with a capacity for critical, creative 
 <tt>Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. No relocation 
 assistance is provided for this position.</tt><br>
 <pre style="margin: 0em;">All application materials must be received by 
Friday, February 11, 2005.</pre><br>
 <tt>Cornell University is an equal opportunity, affirmative action educator 
 and employer.</tt><br>
 <pre style="margin: 0em;">----------------------------------------------------
 Tim Krein
 Software Team Leader
 Bioacoustics Research Program
 Cornell Lab of Ornithology
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]</pre><br>

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