This position is remote-friendly

Position Overview

We are looking for an experienced and adaptable Air Quality Data Scientist looking to leverage their expertise to help make our global network of air quality and climate monitoring sensors easier to manage, more accurate, and ultimately lead to more impactful outcomes. Your work will help bring cleaner air to the world.

Role

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the other members of the Clarity Lab team to develop novel approaches for air quality sensor data calibration and quality control
  • Carefully document your research to communicate your findings with the Hardware, Software, and Customer Success teams
  • Collaborate with Software Engineers to develop tools that allow the Customer Success team to leverage your findings, particularly as they pertain to sensor data correction
  • Research approaches to network-based sensor calibration and quality control
  • Develop methodologies for synthesizing results from air quality measurement networks and work with the Software Engineering team to incorporate the approaches into our system
  • Work with Hardware Engineers to analyze field and laboratory data to inform testing plans and improve hardware design
  • Prepare technical documentation for academic and patent publications

The candidate should:

  • Be an advanced user of a scripting language (Python or R preferred)
  • Have a BS, MS, or PhD degree in a relevant field OR at least five years of relevant work experience
  • Strong verbal/written communication skills in English
  • Be an independent worker capable of producing high-quality work as a member of an asynchronous team
  • Have experience cleaning, validating, and preparing datasets for producing high-quality analyses
  • Have experience retrieving data from RESTful APIs

It’d be great if the candidate:

  • Has experience developing models for production use in R or Python
  • Has familiarity with a variety of data science methodologies in order to advise on and lead the technical approach to tackle varied scientific questions
  • Is comfortable communicating complex technical work in simple terms, so members of interdisciplinary teams can understand technical approaches and accurately communicate them with clients
  • Has an understanding of the physics and chemistry of air quality
  • Has an understanding of traditional and novel air quality measurement techniques
  • Speaks languages other than English, since we work globally

Our Company

Clarity is a globally distributed organization with headquarters in Berkeley, CA.  We are empowering the world to reduce air pollution. We do that by making it possible to measure and understand air pollution issues and then take action.

Today, when cities or industrial facilities want to measure air quality, they have to spend a lot of money on expensive equipment, installation, and maintenance - to get the accurate data needed to attack air quality problems.

Clarity has a better approach. With many low-cost devices spread over a geographic area, our customers can perform hyper-local monitoring where information is relayed into the cloud and then flows into web-based tooling to drive analysis and decisions.

We envision a world where novel sensing technology, IoT, and cloud computing simplify air quality measurement, enabling cities and industrial facilities to scale up the number of monitoring sites and take data-driven action. Our Sensing-as-a-Service solution for air quality is currently deployed in over 60 countries and is changing how municipalities and industrial facilities approach air quality.

Our Team

We are a diverse group of engineers, scientists, makers, and business people - motivated by doing something good in the world. We have software engineers around the world and a hardware team centered in Berkeley. A customer success team, also geographically distributed, supports our customers now spanning 6 continents.