In association with the Human Screenome Project (screenomics.stanford.edu), we are looking to hire experienced web developer(s) to work on a user-facing web application based on a Google Cloud / Firebase backend.
Qualifications: Experience working with cloud computing systems is required. Experience with visualizing large datasets is a plus.
Pay: These are hourly-paid positions, with competitive salary rates based on level of study, previous experience, and qualifications. Please refer to Stanford’s wage scales for undergraduates and graduate students.
Contact: To apply, please send a resume (with details about your preferred web development tool/environment) along with links to relevant projects or portfolios to firstname.lastname@example.org
Project description: Using a novel software framework that captures digital life in action, the Human Screenome Project aims to transform the smartphone into a social-minded diagnostic tool that drives both personal and public insight into digital behavior. Specifically, the team will design a public, web-based dashboard for showcasing research-based socio-psychological analytics related to digital behavior. By creating innovative analytics, the team plans to provide users with psychologically meaningful metrics that drive increased understanding of topics such as political polarization, multitasking, and mental and physical well-being.