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Jessica Claire
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Skills
  • Software Development
  • Software Design & Packaging
  • Debugging
  • Python
  • SciPy
  • Pandas
  • Dask
  • Plotly
  • PyMC3
  • Scikit-Learn
  • Scikit-Image
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • Gitlab
  • Linux
  • Unix
  • Bash
  • Data Analysis
  • Data Visualization
  • SQL
  • Database Management
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Data Regression
  • Microsoft Office
  • JIRA
  • Confluence
  • Graphic Design
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Java
  • MATLAB
  • Mathematica
  • R
  • Agile development methodologies
  • Organization
  • Optimization
  • Problem Solving
  • Adaptability
  • Creativity
Education
Expected in 03/2017
Bachelor of Science: Physics & Astronomy
University Of Washington - Seattle, WA
GPA:
  • Minor in Mathematics
  • Mary Gates Research Scholarship Recipient
  • Co-founded the Lexicon Artists, a writing group aimed at provided constructive criticism on writing projects
  • Member of We the People, the University political and social justice organization
About

Unconventional and creative Software Developer valued for driving consistency and quality throughout all phases of software development projects. Committed to producing high-quality, user-friendly, scalable and bug-free software. Skilled with data structures, object-oriented concepts and design patterns.

Recent Experience
03/2021 to Current
Private Tutor Loyola University Of Chicago Inc Chicago, IL,
  • Provides students with personalized educational, behavioral and emotional support.
  • Tutors students in such areas as Advanced Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science delivering individualized lesson plans and study guides on subject matter.
  • Completes logs and updated student documents for institutional and personal recordkeeping.
  • Works with pupils to identify learning style and select appropriate teaching methods.
09/2017 to 10/2020
Science Support Analyst University Of Arkansas Batesville, AR,
  • Served as a team member for the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph Instrument Team on the Hubble Space Telescope.
  • Redesigned a key diagnostic system as an automated Python ETL pipeline to analyze and visualize data from the COS instrument following anomalous events.
  • Key contributor on collaborative effort to entirely revamp a suite of data monitoring dashboards into a modernized version-controlled, comprehensive package. Used SQL databases to organize data, dask and pandas to manipulate data, and plotly to create the interactive displays.
  • Initiated and successfully submitted proposal for funding for a new, standardized spectroscopic measurement tool to internal review committee after noticing a lack of sufficient existing tools. Designed and developed an open source Python package, published on PyPI, in conjunction with a science advisor.
  • Configured, tested, and calibrated an entirely new observational mode for the instrument. Required planning and designing experimental data sets and then analyzing resulting data sets to determine precise focus, settings, and calibration files for the calibration pipeline.
  • Maintainer and developer for a long-standing ETL pipeline to retrieve massive amounts of astronomical data from a web hosted data portal, calibrate said data in a calibration pipeline, and organize data in both an accessible way for team data access and analysis, as well as SQL databases.
  • Assessed end-user needs to implement new or modify existing software and systems to achieve calibration objectives.
  • Supported software applications by coding, testing and debugging. Regularly maintained, updated and upgraded software to maximize uptime, functionality, and ease-of-use.
  • Compiled technical specifications and software design information for technical documentation.
  • Documented user information, issue details and solutions on service tickets, and closed tickets upon resolution.
  • Documented internal processes and support procedures and compiled all information into manuals for use in new hire training.
  • Provided diverse assistance to Astronomers, Research Scientists, NASA Instrument Engineers and Software Engineers.
  • Gathered, organized and validated astronomical spectroscopic data.
06/2017 to 08/2017
Research Assistant NASA Goddard Space Flight Center City, STATE,
  • Supported principal investigators during research into Active Galactic Nuclei and intergalactic and stellar gas.
  • Furthered research by organizing data, developing analysis code, and creating 2D and 3D data visualizations with Python.
10/2015 to 06/2017
Undergraduate Research Assistant University Of Washington, Seattle City, STATE,
  • Executed qualitative and quantitative analysis on wide range of data and across various research projects, including computational plasma models, gravitational lensing, and quasar spectroscopy.
  • Beta tested a new GUI for the visualization and analysis of spectroscopic data. Maintained all documentation and reporting of adverse events, recommending corrective action as appropriate.
  • Cultivated statistical analysis, data analysis, and data visualization skills under guidance of principal investigators.

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