Senior Manager of Biodiversity Informatics
Posted on Dec 17, 2018 by Tulane University
The Tulane University Biodiversity Research Institute (TUBRI) invites applications for the position of Senior Manager of Biodiversity Informatics to continue the excellence TUBRI has established developing technology for accessing and using biodiversity specimens and data in research and education. TUBRI houses the Royal D. Suttkus Fish Collection, the world's largest research collection of preserved, post larval fish specimens. TUBRI manages FishNet 2, a global network of fish collection databases providing researchers access to records of over 40 million fish specimens. TUBRI is innovating hardware and software systems for rapid 3D digitization of biodiversity specimens. TUBRI is a collaborating partner in the HydroClim Project , which is generating current and future streamflow and water temperature predictions for stream segments in all major watersheds across the United States and Canada (the HydroClim data portal is being developed at TUBRI), and will soon manage FishNet2's new role as the global node to specimen vouchered fish records to the Ocean Biogeographic Information System. Please see for a list of additional software and information system tools developed at TUBRI. The Senior Manager of Biodiversity Informatics is responsible for maintaining TUBRI's existing biodiversity information infrastructure (e.g., FishNet2), and day to day operations of TUBRI's computing network and server administration (managing databases, backup and storage technology, and general IT support). Other responsibilities include assisting the TUBRI director with developing and pursuing a vision for innovative uses of biodiversity specimens and information, collaboration building, proposal preparation, providing technology oversight and managing technology staff and data for funded projects. The position is based at the Tulane University Biodiversity Research Institute located on the grounds of the Tulane University Hebert Research Center Campus in Belle Chasse, Louisiana, a suburb in the Greater New Orleans Metropolitan area.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Required Education and/or Experience
M.S. or Ph.D. in computer science or natural sciences. Experience in planning, development, and implementation of highly technical biodiversity informatics projects.
How To Apply
Tulane is an EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled employer. Review of applications will begin 20 August 2018; the search will remain open until the position is filled.
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