Software Developer (Project Dragonfly)
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Do you have computer expertise and technical skills and would be interested in working with a creative team at Miami University (in Oxford, Ohio)? Project Dragonfly is looking for a software developer to develop and maintain cross-platform learning systems and interactives used by U.S. and worldwide partners to support university courses, environmental stewardship, and global understanding.
Assignments include writing code to create software that runs in a web browser, desktop application, or other platforms, and writing code that allows that software/application to communicate with servers over the Internet. Support and further develop an in-house learning management system used for university coursework and cross-site collaboration among leading public learning institutions such as the San Diego Zoo, Wildlife Conservation Society (New York), Brookfield Zoo (Chicago), Cincinnati Zoo, and the Woodland Park Zoo (Seattle). Work with an innovative team to create new interactives that advance ecological and social change. The position requires in-person or a mix of in-person and remote work. Travel to U.S. or global conservation sites to co-develop new learning solutions may be possible.
This position is not eligible for H-1B sponsorship.
Any inquiries may be directed to Jamie Bercaw Anzano at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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