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Charity Entrepreneurship


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**MAKE A CHANGE BY APPLYING YOUR DESIGN SKILLS! **\n[Charity Entrepreneurship](https://www.charityentrepreneurship.com/), an incubator for high-impact charities, is seeking an intern to assist with data visualization and/or graphic design tasks for our research reports, website, and social media channels.\n\n**ABOUT CHARITY ENTREPRENEURSHIP**\nThe best charities in the world have a huge impact. Charity Entrepreneurship (CE) is a startup incubator dedicated to getting more great nonprofits founded. Our organization conducts research to identify the most promising potential charitable interventions, then runs a training program that incubates 10+ evidence-based charities per year. Focus areas include animal advocacy, health policy, mental health, and family planning.\n\n# Responsibilities\n **ABOUT THE ROLE**\nCharity Entrepreneurship produces a lot of written content -- both direct research and meta EA posts, as well as smaller writing pieces. Strong data visualization and social media banners are key to reach the target audience and get the message across.\nWe are looking for candidates who can support us in at least one of the following areas:\n* Data visualization skills (e.g. infographics, charts)\n* Web graphics skills (e.g. banner design, social media posts)\n* Layout skills (e.g. layout/template for reports)\n* Video editing \n\n# Requirements\n**WHAT WE NEED**\n* Exceptional graphic skills in one or more of the areas outlined above\n* At least basic understanding of effective altruism\n* Able to put in a minimum of 5 hours a week\n* Able to commit to at least three months of internship (less if full-time)\n\n**BONUSES**\n* Familiarity with the written output of Charity Entrepreneurship\n* Able to put in 10+ hours a week\n* Able to work on short turnaround times\n* Available during the GMT time zone workday\n\n**BENEFITS**\n* Help attract more charity entrepreneurs with your visual wizardry\n* Gain experience with an effective altruism nonprofit\n* Work with like-minded, dedicated, and compassionate teammates\n* Get a strong resume reference\n* Enjoy flexible work hours and location\n\n**FINE PRINT**\n* Expected hours: minimum of 5 hours a week, ideally 10+ hours up to full time\n* Location: remote or London-based\n* Payment: unpaid\n* Application deadline: March 29, 2020\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Chainbridge Technologies


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\nWe are seeking a Data Visualization Developer for immediate hire. This position will require the ability to obtain a Public Trust Clearance. In order to facilitate the interview process and navigate the differences in time zones, please include your current city, state, phone number, and current email on your resume. \n\nDue to current Government Contract Requirements: ONLY US CITIZENS CAN BE CONSIDERED.  NON-CITIZEN applicants, including Green Card Holders, will not be reviewed. \n\nSkills Required:\n\n\n* Proficiency in Data Mapping/Migration\n\n* Expertise in the following Data Tools:\n\n\n\n* Tableau\n\n* SSRS\n\n* PowerBi \n\n\n\n* Expertise in ETL in SQL\n\n* Skilled in Azure Analytics\n\n* Proficiency in Apache Spark\n\n* Understanding of Cloud Integration\n\n\n\n\nThe interview process includes both oral and written components. \n\nChainbridge Technologies is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.


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Daily Kos


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\nLOCATION: Remote within the US or Oakland, CA\n\nDaily Kos is the nation’s largest liberal online political community, news organization, and activism hub. Powered by millions of dedicated activists, we’re transforming media and organizing by empowering regular Americans to reshape politics.\n\nWe are seeking an independent, self-aware, remote-work experienced Front End Data Visualization Developer who will be responsible for writing code that is used by millions of people who care about progressive politics and are working to make real political change. You’ll join with a committed team of writers, researchers, and engineers as we plan ahead to the 2020 elections, and beyond. Building on our recent Elections site redesign, you’ll have an opportunity to bring readers new insight into our elections coverage in a visual, data driven way.\n\nOur highly regarded Elections team produces both unique editorial content and one-of-a-kind quantitative data daily, in order to explain what’s happening in every important election across the country. You’ll help present all of this information to our readership in new and accessible ways, including data visualizations, interactive maps, poll charts, and more. You’ll also be responsible for building, maintaining, and enhancing the databases that power the front end of our Elections site.\n\nQUALIFICATIONS:\n\n\n* Expert knowledge of D3/JavaScript graphing technologies\n\n* Experience in graphics programming, interactive graphics, data visualization, and data analysis\n\n* Excellent problem solving, design, development, and debugging skills\n\n* Excellent relational database skills—both data modeling and query building skills.\n\n* Experience with large databases — ETL, RedShift or other columnar store, etc.\n\n* Interest in politics, elections, and political data\n\n* Knowledge of statistics\n\n* Python/R\n\n* React\n\n* Elasticsearch\n\n\n\n\nThe above list is a set of highly desired attributes; we will evaluate each candidate as a whole. Tell us about unique skills, experiences, and attributes that you can bring to such a role that we may be missing and why it would be a benefit to the organization.\n\nSALARY RANGE:\n$100,000 - $110,000\n\nBENEFITS:\n\nThis position is a 40 hour/week, full-time exempt position. Candidates must be legally eligible to work in the United States. The position offers a flexible work environment, the ability to work remotely or from home, competitive salary, excellent benefits including: full medical, dental and vision benefits, optional 401K with a company match, professional development stipend, a generous vacation package, as well as employer-paid maternity/family leave. Our organizational commitment to personal growth and work-life balance reduces churn and encourages a very rewarding long term position.\n\nAt Daily Kos, we believe that the diversity of ideas, experiences, and cultures that our employees contribute to our organization help us be more effective activists, and we are proud to be an inclusive and equal opportunity workplace. We have a team of amazing people with different backgrounds and talents that are energized by the day’s news events, and people united by common cause. We’re a company that loves learning and supports growth and training for all our employees.\n\nWomen, people of color, and LGBTQIA individuals strongly encouraged to apply.\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US-only


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PingYo


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\nThis is a part-time role to start although continued demonstration of required skills and on-time deliveries may lead to a full-time offer (part time is approx 20 hours per week of effort although this is negotiable). Initially, we will start by issuing small discrete work packages which can be done in isolation and then later integrated into a larger solution. These tasks will require experience making REST'ful calls for graphs of data, storage in the client, and fairly nuanced/fluid visualization of data to allow users to interact with. Final deliveries will require integration into a React framework but other supporting technology choices may be open for discussion. These projects will also require knowledge of formula's relating to lending, money management, interest calculations, etc... (Ex. calculate loan interest, APRs, etc...) This will also include calculation of amortization schedules, and similar methods to visualize financial relationships for customers. Candidates will also work with our graphic designers to determine appropriate layouts and points of interactivity for target users.\n\nWe fully embrace professionals who prefer (or require) to work remotely and are looking for mature candidates that can self-manage and deliver reliably. With this arrangement comes lots of flexibility in day-to-day schedules allowing our team members to maintain a work-life balance that suites their individual needs. While some core operating hours are required to facilitate online SCRUMs, etc… individuals will be able to manage most of their schedule on their own. \n\nIf you are a student, stay-at-home parent, someone caring for your parents, disabled, or someone else needing flexible time, this could work out well for you.


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The Walt Disney Company


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\nDisney is looking for contract frontend web engineer with React Redux experience to help create a next generation of consumer video consumption product. We are building a product that will reach millions of people and you will get to work with all of the amazing Disney theatrical content like Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, Disney Classics and a lot more.\n\nThis is a full-time, remote, contract opportunity for six months available to US and Canadian residents only. Please do not apply if you live outside of the US and Canada. Occasional travel to the Los Angeles area may be required. There is a good likelihood the position will extend beyond six months if things go well.\n\nPlease include links to the apps you have worked on, links to any OSS code you may have, and your hourly rate in your application.


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After Action


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\nOpportunity.  In this part time position you will be a key member of the team of programmers working on the popular sports performance review and evaluation app After Action (www.AfterAction.com).   \n\nFocus on Data Visualization.  After Action collects opinion / subjective data from players and coaches.  As After Action has expanded features, the amount of data has been growing exponentially.  We are looking for someone with experience designing and displaying websites that are simultaneously attractive, interactive and able to show large amounts of visualized data.\n\nCoding Required.  While this is a design heavy job, the implementation of your work will not be passed on to a coder.  You will be responsible for coding your own designs into our framework.  You must be able to code your own ideas.\n\nSample Work.  Candidates must provide links (or screenshots) of websites and/or reports of work involving displaying large data sets beautifully.\n\nImmediate, Part-time Need.  We are immediately looking to sign a 3 month contract for approximately 20 hours per week. Future opportunities for more extensive work may be available for the right candidate.\n\nGeography & Other.  US citizens based in the United States.  Work either remotely or out of GSD offices in Wayne, PA. \n\nContact.  Interested applicants should contact [email protected] with relevant previous experience and hourly rate. 


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Esri


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\nAre you excited by the potential to develop web, mobile, and tablet apps that thousands of people will use to tell their own stories? Do you love incorporating data visualization and geospatial concepts into what you do? We’re seeking a talented and ambitious developer to perform creative, groundbreaking work on a small, highly collaborative team of creative and motivated professionals.\n\n\nStory Maps are open-source apps that combine interactive maps with multimedia content and innovative user experiences to tell informative and inspiring geography-based stories.\n\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Develop and prototype responsive web applications and UI modules in JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS\n\n* Conceptualize and prototype innovative ways to combine maps, charts, timelines, and info-graphics into user-friendly storytelling applications\n\n* Work closely with software developers, product engineers, UX/UI designers, and story tellers in a highly interactive and creative environment\n\n* Solve technical challenges efficiently and effectively\n\n* Identify and leverage the latest technology and methodology\n\n* Document functionalities, processes, and best practices to support the growing community of story map authors\n\n\n


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Teraviz


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\nWe’re building a web application that will help people explore and visualize 100's of millions of objects at interactive rates. We’re looking for somebody to architect the application, help hire a team, and then lead the development effort and bring the application into production. The implementation is from scratch, but is based on experience with an in-production legacy system, so the requirements are as solid as they come.\n\nThis is a full-time position offering a market-competitive salary and benefits. Teraviz is being built by a small (but growing) and very stable company that has been delivering big-data solutions for decades. The team is distributed, but you will need to travel regularly (once or twice a month) to the East Coast for in-person meetings, candidates along the Boston-Washington Corridor may find this easier.\n\nYou will need to have full-stack understanding of everything from how databases work to how to design a GUI, and will be expected to do significant coding. The database has been chosen, but you'll be responsible for picking the rest of the technology stack. Knowledge of web visualization technologies, for example D3.js, would be great. However, you won’t need to do it alone, as you will help choose 2-3 more people to round out your development team.\n\nYou will need to have led a small team before, be experienced enough to recognize “danger areas” in the plans and schedules you put together, and have reasoned opinions on architectural approaches and development methodologies. You’ll also need to feel comfortable communicating with company management about plans, including justifying budget proposals and updating them on progress.\n\nSince the project involves integrating with new database technology (we’re one of the first few licensees), there’s no way to ask for experience with that aspect. Instead, we need somebody who can get up to speed quickly. We believe that requires an existing strong understanding of how databases work down to a fairly low level. To be clear, you won’t need to do implementation work on the database (it’s a very new commercial off-the-shelf system), but you will need to know enough to recognize when things are going sideways and be able to communicate effectively with the vendor's field engineers.\n\nIf you're interested and think you can do the job, please contact us and we can answer any questions and get you additional details.


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Rocketgraph


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Rocketgraph is looking for a "hands on" Data Visualization Developer with a strong focus in 2D & 3D graphical display of data for the development of rich interactive graphics, data visualizations and charting. As a Data Visualization developer at Rocketgraph, you will be responsible for design, development and production support of interactive data visualizations. This position emphasizes a need for an artistic mind to conceptualize, design, and develop reusable graphic/data visualizations widgets/infrastructure. This position is a development position and requires solid software development skills.\n\nRequired Technical Skills:\n\n-HTML5/Canvas/WebGL/SVG\n-Interactive Graphics Development (JavaScript, OpenGL, DirectX, WebGL)\n-Data processing, analysis, and data modeling\n-Experience with JavaScript frameworks, e.g. Backbone, Angular, Ember.\n-Strong focus in reusable JavaScript using AMD - Asynchronous module definition\n-JavaScript performance issues and fine tuning\n-Strong written and verbal communication skills\n-Strong OOD/OOP design skills\n-Understanding of basic data structures and algorithms\n\nHighly Desirable Technical Skills:\n\n-Experience with JavaScript display libraries like D3, Kinetic.JS, Three.JS\n-OpenGL, WebGL, C++\n-Experience display large amounts of structured data/vectors and their performance concerns.\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$18,000 — $25,000/year\n \n\n#Equity\n0.75 - 1.25\n\n\n#Location\nAthens


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Market Track


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\nMarketTrack is looking for an exceptional data visualization engineer to join our team. This person should have a deep understanding of how to visualize data to solve business problems. We’re looking for someone who sees data and immediately sees patterns, someone who frets over the details of the right charts and visuals to convey information in simple and intuitive ways.\n\nThis person should be very self-motivated. MarketTrack isn't big on constant oversight and micro management. We’re looking for engineers that can take a task, get clarity as needed, and run with it to produce well designed maintainable systems. You need to love data and care about quality and design.\n\nThis role is a full-time direct hire role with Market Track and it is a remote role.\n\nDuties and Responsibilities include: \n\n\n* Lead the effort to design and implement a best of breed data visualization library and API's.\n\n* Working closely with business & development to understanding a visualization problem, explore the data, and then iterate to an elegant visual solution.\n\n* Resolve complex timeframes and client customizations to deliver a stable and manageable visualization platform.\n\n\n


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USERcycle


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Cincinnati
 
πŸ’° $35k - $50k

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Creation of dynamic visuals to display user/product analytics. Looking for non-traditional approaches to chart design. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$35,000 — $50,000/year\n \n\n#Equity\n - \n\n\n#Location\nCincinnati


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