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RE: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!

From: user 6.
Sent on: Thursday, October 18, 2012 2:46 PM

How about charging third party recruiters for job posts but not direct company posts. This should eliminate the muck.


Lori Golden

Sr. Recruiter Spotfire & DataSynapse

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Florian Lengyel
Sent: Thursday, October 18,[masked]:03 PM
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Subject: Re: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!


The question was whether not including a company name is appropriate for the list, not whether it is in the interest of a recruiter not to reveal the company name, as if that were sufficient reason to decide list policy. Here's a suggestion, which some data analysis might answer: if it is in the interest of a recruiter not to disclose the company name, nyhackr could be compensated by the recruiter for not disclosing it. Determine a workable fee schedule.




On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Paul J Meyer <[address removed]> wrote:

The requirement to list a company (final employer) often is not done when the job

is post by a recruiter (whoops, almost said headhunter). Are people opposed to 

recruiters sending listings? Is there a volume concern?

--- On Thu, 10/18/12, Monica Quaintance <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Monica Quaintance <[address removed]>

Subject: RE: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!

To: [address removed]
Date: Thursday, October 18, 2012, 12:40 PM

While job posts are certainly appropriate, I suggest we adopt similar rules to the python group, including:

*Must include company name
*NYC metro area postings only
*Indicate contract/permanent/telecommute information
*Include [JOB] tag in subject heading

It might also be helpful to pin guidelines to the messageboard.

Monica Quaintance

On Oct 18,[masked]:51 AM, "Lori Golden" <[address removed]> wrote:

In this economy one would think job posts would be welcomed in any capacity. I have jobs as well that are pertinent for this group and don’t know where the appropriate place to post would be.



Lori Golden

Sr. Recruiter Spotfire & DataSynapse

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