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Agile Analytics Developer

at case commons in New York, NY   —   Jul 11, 2014   |  
We are looking for an outstanding Analytics Developer who is excited to have his/her contributions play out on a huge stage. You would play a big part in transforming public sector human services by helping us take our Casebook™ case management system from pilot to platform, enabling case workers to use modern social networking technologies to track cases better, see the connections among the various people and agencies involved cases, be more effective and efficient, and improve the quality of life for families and children. As an Analytics developer, you would focus on helping frontline teams, agency executives and researchers interact with and visualize data to understand what works, improve human services practice and make decisions based on evidence.

As a founding member of an internal development team, you will help lead the movement to apply web 2.0, social media and analytics technologies to solving human services problems. Beyond working with the dedicated Case Commons staff, you will partner and pair with one of the best (the best?) rails development companies around to develop Casebook.™
Developing Analytics applications, including performance dashboards and tools for exploratory data analysis and visualization
Developing Ruby on Rails applications
Test Driven Development
Pair Programming
Aggressive Refactoring
Work in partnership with Pivotal Labs
Work in partnership with IDEO
Potential work-related travel
A passion for Analytics – for helping users tell the story behind the data and tell the story with data
Serious about Rails development OR never worked with Ruby but believe there is no other way to code but TDD, pairing and aggressive refactoring
Development experience with the following a plus:
– Java, Java EE
– Open source Business intelligence suites, such as Pentaho
– Statistics packages, such as R, and data visualization libraries
– Data transformation and data modeling for Analytics applications
Solid grounding in statistical concepts and techniques for making sense of data
Exposure to and interest in 'noSQL' architectures and predictive methods
>1 years of development experience
Great communication skills
Ability to:
– Work productively and solve problems with an in-office and remote team of mixed backgrounds
– Thrive in a fun and fast-paced entrepreneurial environment
Market Competitive
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