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Research Assistant, CoDS Lab

Last updated: April 21, 2022, 3:23 p.m.

Duration: May 2 to July 15, 2022
Application deadline: April 17, 2022
Work hours: 20 hours per week (undergraduate summer internship)
Salary: $17/hour
Supervisor: Dr. Essam Mansour

Responsibilities

  • Integrate the data discovery system with a GUI using web technologies and Python. development.
  • Collaborate with programmers to share and assign coding tasks.
  • Translate design ideas into clean and efficient code.

Requirements

  • Excellent skills in programming,
  • At least A in SOEN 363,
  • Experience in Databases, GUI
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills (English).

Contact

Applicants should submit a resume to Dr. Essam Mansour.


This position falls under the TRAC Collective Agreement. Individuals hired under this Agreement shall be asked to complete Appendix B – Application for Union Membership Form.






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