We are looking for a developer and AI/ML engineer to support with GI-TOC’s project ECO-SOLVE: disrupting illicit environmental commodity flows through innovative activities. ECO-SOLVE has been specifically designed to address these issues and it will effectively monitor the online trade, extract useful and digestible data that can inform law enforcement and private sector action.
The roles focus on work dedicated to designing and implementing the Global Monitoring System and involves working closely with a team dedicated to this goal. Though no prior experience in criminology or ecology is required, the engineer in this role will work on a variety of projects relevant to the field and will become familiar with different domains relevant to environmental organised crime.
For more details see: https://globalinitiative.net/about-us/jobs/