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JOB: Senior Application Developer, GC Mapping Service

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    Matthew K. Gold

    Job Title: Senior Application Developer
    PVN ID: GS-1809-002701
    Category: Research
    Location: The GRADUATE CENTER
    Department: Center for Urban Research
    Status: Full Time
    Salary: Depends on qualifications
    Hour(s) a Week: 35

    General Description
    Since 2006 the Mapping Service at the Center for Urban Research at The Graduate Center / CUNY has developed sophisticated, powerful, and user-friendly web map applications for a diverse set of partner organizations, philanthropic foundations, and CUNY researchers. We seek to hire a Senior Application Developer to continue this work developing interactive applications centered around – though not limited to – maps and related data visualizations.

    In particular, you will be designing and building robust applications that address important policy and research issues related to demographics (such as the upcoming 2020 Census and subsequent redistricting initiatives), immigration trends, voter patterns, environmental issues, transportation infrastructure, and more. Our applications are primarily online, but may also include desktop or mobile applications. You can access links to several current applications plus a description of the Mapping Service at

    We work with a mix of open source and proprietary tools and techniques such as Leaflet, platform-agnostic web services, a variety of JavaScript frameworks and libraries, and GIS applications including ESRI’s software suite, MapInfo, and open source GIS packages. We develop our online apps in Visual Studio but can accommodate other options.

    Ideally this position will be a full-time, long-term arrangement. We are open, however, to considering shorter-term, part-time arrangements.

    For more details, please see this link ( ) or the attached PDF

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