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Semantic Web Jobs: Iowa State University

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Iowa State University is looking for a Systems Analyst in Ames, IA. According to the post, “This position will function as a software/knowledge engineering specialist responsible for designing, implementing, integrating, documenting, and supporting a system of formal language schemas and accompanying applications to protect the nation’s critical infrastructure and support national cyber intelligence coordination. The candidate will work independently and lead efforts, as well as contribute to team efforts internally and with Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). Work will involve the design, documentation, development, and testing of formal language schemas (RDF, XML, or similar) as well as RESTful web services, clients, and back-end software to support them. “

Qualifications for the position include: “Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of related experience OR a Master’s degree and some related experience. Experience must include a demonstrated knowledge of engineering, software development, security analysis, or directly related.  Experience authoring system documentation. Experience administering and supporting Linux servers. Demonstrated familiarity with IDEs such as Eclipse or Netbeans. Previous software development experience using Java, Python and/or Perl. Experience with software project management tools (e.g. code versioning systems, ticketing and bug tracking, wiki organization). Demonstrated knowledge of security concepts including attack indicators, vulnerability management, and threat characteristics. Experience designing/writing formal language schemas and/or semantic models (e.g. OWL, RDF, XML, JSON, etc.).”

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