10 Jobs to Check Out This Week: For Data Gurus
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This week, check out a selection of jobs for stats and data pros. Whether you're just kicking off your career or you're ready to lead a team, browse the open positions below (or check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!).
Foursquare, San Francisco or New York
Foursquare is looking for a talented number cruncher to help people and their friends make the most of where they are. In this role, you'll help build and shape products that are driven by applying analytical methods to big data sets and determine new ways to improve data quality.
Machine Learning Modeler
ZestFinance, Los Angeles
ZestFinance is looking for a math wizard to model and develop radically new methods for data access, manipulation, and modeling. For this position, you must be a new grad in 2014 and be able to design and implement models that can predict various outcomes.
Senior User Experience Researcher
Atlassian is looking for an experienced UX researcher to conduct research studies and generate insights to fuel designs. For this role, you must have a good understanding of quantitative, behavioral analysis, and statistical concepts and a passion for elegant design.
Intel, Silicon Valley
Intel is looking for a driven data scientist to use advanced quantitative analysis and data mining techniques to deliver relevant insights to its sales and marketing teams. For this role, you must love working with complex data sets and be passionate about making informed business recommendations.
Facebook, Silicon Valley
In this position, you'll be responsible for mining massive amounts of Facebook's data and using it to extract useful product insights. Fluency in SQL is required, and you'll need previous experience managing and developing large data sets and data resources.
Department of Labor, Washington, DC
The DOL is looking for an Economist to work with its agencies. In this role, you'll help prepare the Department's Annual Learning Agendas and develop its evaluations. You'll also work across departments on statistical projects and oversee evaluations and technical reports.
Product Manager, Business, Analytics, & Metrics
Yelp, San Francisco
Yelp is looking for a Product Manager who can make sense of its user data and empower its salesforce to extend its platform through partnerships. You will be responsible for building systems that will make data more useful and easily accessible for reporting.
Digital Analyst, Club Sites
NFL, Los Angeles
The NFL needs a savvy Analyst to support and develop innovative digital and social media strategies. In this role, you'll assist in presenting best practices and use strong analytical skills to make informed recommendations on ways to improve market intelligence.
Omnigon, New York
Omnigon needs someone with some serious business savvy. In this position, you'll analyze business requirements and create functional specifications, user scenarios, and process flow diagrams for sophisticated software applications.
Manager, Digital Consumer Insights
Discovery, New York
In this position, Discovery is looking for a manager who can support, design, and manage custom research studies for all its digital business. You'll be responsible for overseeing attitudinal and behavioral impact studies and brand positioning Discovery's digital platforms.
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