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The Princeton Gerrymandering Project is hiring – Senior Developer *and* Frontend Part-Time Job

September 16th, 2019, 2:34pm by Hope Johnson

American democracy is changing in ways that we have not seen before in our lifetimes. If you’d like help stop some of the worst offenses, the Princeton Gerrymandering Project has two opportunities for you!

1. We’re hiring an experienced full-stack engineer (job posting here) to help our team build tools to fight gerrymandering. The person in this role will be an engineer that leads the development of our tools and websites. They will work closely with our data and policy experts as we build, a repository of precinct-level geographies linked with census and voting information, as well as other tools. The ideal candidate will be very experienced in Python, and isn’t afraid of tackling front-end code either.

This position is full-time for a year, renewable for a second year. We prefer candidates to relocate to the Princeton area, a great place to live. To apply, please send an email describing interest and a current CV/resume to gerrymander [at] princeton [dot] edu.

2. We’re also hiring for a short-term project to revamp Posting is here.

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Tags: Redistricting

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