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Current Openings in EPA’s Innovation Fellowship Program

Responsibilities of the 2018-2019 Innovation Fellows

Innovation Fellowship in Information Security

EPA is looking for two Innovation Fellows to provide leadership and project management support for EPA’s information security programs. The Innovation Fellow(s) selected for this appointment will interface with senior technical leaders and lead efforts to identify and develop cybersecurity solutions. This is a unique professional opportunity focused on cybersecurity with elements of project management and software design principles. The work includes information security strategic planning, personnel and security awareness, and user experience.

Note that this announcement closes March 25, 2019.

Innovation Fellowship in the Evaluation of Chemicals for Potential Endocrine Activity

EPA's  Office of Science Coordination and Policy is looking for an Innovation Fellow to provide leadership and expert software engineering support to assist in the evaluation of chemicals for potential endocrine activity. The fellow will develop information systems architecture and perform data analysis in collaboration with other offices. This is a unique professional opportunity focused on building componentized front-end thin client or web applications using Python, R (Shiny), or other open-source tools supported by backend data warehouses to build enterprise-level systems that are critical to the mission of the EPA. The fellow will build tools to create sophisticated and engaging customer experiences to help scientists with translational research to understand and manage the toxicity and prevalence of chemicals. Selectees will be expected to apply new tools and techniques to solve a variety of problems in an agile environment. 

Note that this announcement closes March 25, 2018.

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  • locations, salary range and benefits; and
  • how to apply.
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