[R] R programming job in Boston

From: Oliver A. Will <owill_at_affinnova.com>
Date: Thu 08 Dec 2005 - 04:12:26 EST

Hello, I'm a senior statistician at Affinnova, a market research firm outside of Boston, MA. We are looking to hire a strong R programmer. Here is the description of the job:

Come join a growing company in the market innovation field. Affinnova is changing innovation and product development by applying Interactive Genetic Algorithms to bridge the chasm between the worlds of the designer, the marketer, and the consumer. We work with large Consumer Products Goods companies and retail clients. See our website www.affinnova.com for more information on this job under the Company -> Careers section.

We are seeking statisticians with R or S-Plus experience. The Statistician is a vital member of a highly talented cross-functional team that delivers market research projects to our clients.  

* Work with state-of-the-art data collection, analysis, and
visualization strategies for product and service optimization.
* Collaborate company-wide with project managers, sales, product
managers, etc. and the client to identify business initiatives, and solve business problems
* Help develop and design new statistical tools

Skills and Experience
* MS or PhD in statistics, biostatistics, statistical genetics,
econometrics, or other quantitative fields
* 3+ years experience in research design and statistical modeling
in a business environment (marketing, market research, etc.)
* Modeling experience in linear and nonlinear regression, logistic
regression, cluster analysis or other multivariate methods required
* Excellent written, oral, and presentation skills

For information on how to apply, please see our website.

Oliver Will, PhD
Senior Statistician

Affinnova, Inc
52 Second Ave
2nd Floor South
Waltham, MA 02451
USA Phone: 781-464-4751
Fax: 781-464-4701
Cell: 978-844-1176


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