We would like to welcome new faculty at any rank and any track to join us in leading the Delphi group in the coming decade to develop and test the technology and science that are urgently needed for national epidemic tracking and forecasting, and that we believe we are in a position to do well.
We are looking for a talented senior software developer to take the reins in designing and developing R and Python software packages. These packages support model development and evaluation in predictive tasks in epidemiology such as COVID forecasting, flu forecasting, or hotspot detection for these two pathogens. This software is important both for Delphi’s own internal modeling work, and for a community of modelers that works with the CDC on COVID and flu forecasting.
We are looking for a talented project manager to coordinate between and manage the group’s continually diverse set of ongoing projects, and assist the Delphi leadership team in translating the group’s strategy into concrete deliverables.
We are looking for a talented executive director to work with the rest of the Delphi leadership team to actively drive the strategy and vision for Delphi, and oversee its implementation. We are looking for the “right” person for the job, and can be flexible with respect to schedule and geography.
We are looking for a talented engineer to prevent, identify, diagnose, and rectify problems or outages that occur in the data processing pipelines for our indicators. This person will ideally have competency in linux systems administration, basic database & script programming, data analysis, and software engineering in a team setting.