Maryland Department of Planning - Program Manager II, Assistant Manager, and Planner IV

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Anyone who is interested should contact me at erin.goodnough@maryland.gov.

Program Manager II

-          Duties: Identify planning and development problems to which data science can be applied and initiate appropriate solutions.  Design a range of research projects, data collection and methodologies. Determine the most appropriate research projects, data collection and analysis methodologies.

Conceive and prepare thorough, well-articulated data science products (e.g. technical articles, visualizations, graphics, and intelligence reports) that summarize the methods and results of data science solutions.

Educate managers, senior level officials and the public through mediums such as presentations, documentation and discussions.

Provide technical leadership to the GDA team.

-          Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in associated technical discipline; M.B.A, M.S or M.A desired or 5 years of equivalent work experience; Desired: Minimum of 3+ years’ experience in Data Science

 

Assistant Manager

-          Duties:

Identify problems to which data science can be applied and initiate appropriate solutions. Support the GDA team lead in designing research projects and data collection methodologies.

Identify, retrieve, manipulate, relate and/or exploit multiple structured data sets from various sources, including building or generating new data sets as appropriate.

Develop methods, tools, and algorithms, including preliminary data exploration, data visualization and preparation, model calibration, specification or estimation; and algorithm validation and verification using a comprehensive range of technologies (e.g. software packages, programming languages, computational environments).

Interpret and evaluate the results of data science community’s methods, models, and/or algorithms, understanding the meaning, limitations and scope of results.

Conceive and prepare thorough, well-articulated tactical or strategic data science products (e.g. technical articles, visualizations, graphics, and intelligence reports) that summarize the methods and results of data science solutions.  Educate managers, senior officials and the public through mediums such as presentations, documentation and discussions.

-          Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Planning Architecture, Public Administration, Engineering, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Economics, Public Finance, Political Science, Sociology, Regional Science, Regional Science, or Urban Affairs; Minimum of four+ years’ experience in Data Science or Planning.

 

Planner IV

-          Duties

Identify, retrieve, manipulate, relate and/or exploit multiple structured data sets from various sources, including building or generating new data sets as appropriate.

Develop methods, tools, and algorithms, including preliminary data exploration, data visualization and preparation, model calibration, specification or estimation; and algorithm validation and verification using a comprehensive range of technologies (e.g. software packages, programming languages, computational environments).

Interpret and evaluate the results of data science community’s methods, models, and/or algorithms, understanding the meaning, limitations and scope of results.

Conceive and prepare thorough, well-articulated tactical or strategic data science products (e.g. technical articles, visualizations, graphics, and intelligence reports) that summarize the methods and results of data science solutions.  Educate managers, senior officials and the public through mediums such as presentations, documentation and discussions.

-              Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Planning Architecture, Public Administration, Engineering, Geography, Landscape Architecture, Economics, Public Finance, Political Science, Sociology, Regional Science, Regional Science, or Urban Affairs.  Minimum of 3+ years’ experience in Data Science or Planning.


Many thanks!

Erin
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Erin C. Goodnough
Director, Planning Data & Research
Maryland Department of Planning
(410) 767-​4456/ (877) 767-6272

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