Carnegie Mellon University is looking for a strategic leader to join the Office of the Vice President of Research and the Delphi Research Group to lead all aspects of projects and initiatives that have the potential to transform public health research domestically and globally.
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.
We seek a technical leader who can leverage their skills in large-scale databases and software engineering to design and oversee the continual improvement of our data systems.
We seek a statistically-minded programmer who can leverage their skills in data science and software development best practices to create, extend, and maintain our data pipelines.
We seek 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 seek a devops/infrastructure engineer who can leverage their skills in developer operations, systems administration, and configuration management to design, build, monitor, and maintain the compute infrastructure for Delphi’s data processing systems.