The Governance Lab at NYU Tandon School of Engineering (www.thegovlab.org) aims to improve our lives and communities by changing how we govern by using new technology. We work on high impact, multi-disciplinary projects with partners in city, state, and national governments and other public interest organizations and institutions in the United States and around the world.
All interested applicants should apply by submitting a resume, cover letter, description of relevant academic and professional project experiences, and writing sample via the posting to email@example.com.
The development team at the GovLab is a small but agile in-house team of experienced designers, product managers and software engineers who collaborate with GovLab leadership to design, create and build usable tools, platforms and products. As our name suggests, we are in the business of experimentation with new technology to strengthen democracy, and are looking for those who want to build open source software that is optimized for change. We believe in rough consensus, running code and co-creating products with our users through frequent iteration.
As a team member of the GovLab, your responsibilities will include:
The GovLab is seeking candidates with proven experience in software and product development for a junior full stack developer position. You'll get to work on exciting tech-intensive projects like:
Here's what we're looking for:
You're the kind of person that is passionate for civic tech, open government, and open data. You're good at problem solving and thinking critically, and are great at communicating your ideas.
Depending on the candidate, there is the possibility of this position being remote.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d also love to see some code you’ve written, so please feel free to send us a link to your Github profile or anywhere else we can see your work.