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

From: Joe D.
Sent on: Thursday, October 18, 2012 2:50 PM

I think Sarah has the right idea.  I belong to another professional organization and we did what she suggested—starting a group for the job seekers within the community.  It is a closed community but the focus is jobs.  The members help each other and there is a moderator that screens jobs for those members.  There are also scheduled conference calls and meetings (usually after the group meet ups) focusing on helping each other find jobs.  It is a big help in finding quality positions. 

 

A far a charging money, you will cut down on the number of companies reaching your organization as they have other viable outlets.  This is an advantage being part of a group.  Otherwise companies will use the other outlets and you won’t get the quality jobs. 

 

Joe

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Sarah Chandler
Sent: Thursday, October 18,[masked]:02 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!

 

While I am a Python fan (Monty and language), I suggest that a job posting section of the meetup site be created. This would greatly help job seekers and those offering roles, and avoid sending notes to the remainder of the group.  I am currently looking for a role, and many job boards offer posts that are copied from an old post. 

 

If the posting included a linkedin profile or other legitimate identifiable link, that may cut down on the spam. Charging money for a posting is not a bad idea! 

 

Sarah

 


From: Tom Boylan <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thursday, October 18,[masked]:53 PM
Subject: RE: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!

 

I suggest job postings should be taxed...  

 

 

(Animation leads to an oak panelled, Civil Service committee room. A politician is addressing three officals.)

Politician (John Cleese): Gentlemen, our MP saw the PM this AM and the PM wants more LSD from the PIB by tomorrow AM or PM at the latest. I told the PM's PPS that AM was NBG so tomorrow PM it is for the PM. Give us a fag or I'll go spare. Now, the fiscal deficit with regard to the monetary balance, the current financial year excluding invisible exports, but adjusted of course for seasonal variations and the incremental statistics of the fiscal and revenue arrangements for the forthcoming annual budgetary period terminating in April.

First Official (Graham Chapman): I think he's talking about taxation.

Politician: Bravo, Madge. Well done. Taxation is indeed the very nub of my gist. Gentlemen, we have to find something new to tax.

Second Official (Eric Idle): I understood that.

Third Official (Terry Jones): If I might put my head on the chopping block so you can kick it around a bit, sir...

Politician: Yes?

Third Official: Well most things we do for pleasure nowadays are taxed, except one.

Politician: What do you mean?

Third Official: Well, er, smoking's been taxed, drinking's been taxed but not... thingy.

Politician: Good Lord, you're not suggesting we should tax... thingy?

First Official: Poo poo's?

Third Official: No.

First Official: Thank God for that. Excuse me for a moment. (leaves)

Third Official: No, no, no - thingy.

Second Official: Number ones?

Third Official: No, thingy.

Politician: Thingy!

Second Official: Ah, thingy. Well it'll certainly make chartered accountancy a much more interesting job.

(Cut to vox pops.)

Gumby (Michael Palin): (standing in water) I would put a tax on all people who stand in water ... (looks round him) ...Oh!

Man In Bowler Hat (Terry Jones): To boost the British economy I'd tax all foreigners living abroad.

Man In Suit (Eric Idle): I would tax the nude in my bed. No - not tax. What is the word? Oh - 'welcome'.

It's Man (Michael Palin): I would tax Racquel Welch. I've a feeling she'd tax me.

First Business Man (John Cleese): Bring back hanging and go into rope.

Second Business Man (Michael Palin): I would cut off the more disreputable parts of the body and use the space for playing fields.

Man In Cap (Michael Palin): I would tax holiday snaps.

 

 

 

 

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Subject: RE: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary
to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!
From: Monica Quaintance <[address removed]>
Date: Thu, October 18,[masked]:39 pm
To: [address removed]

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

632 Broadway-Floor 3A | New York | NY 10012
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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Lisa
Sent: Thursday, October 18,[masked]:26 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: RE: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!

 

Group,


I assure you that the job I sent was very real. I apologize if I offended anyone with my post.


I was always told to put [JOB] in the subject line so ppl can opt out of the email if they want.


Sorry again,

 

LIsa

 

From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Yuriy Michael Goldman
Sent: Thursday, October 18,[masked]:22 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [nyhackr] [JOB] Predictive Modeling Analyst Needed! Salary to $110k (negotiable) + bonus!

 

And further, what is the acceptable procedure for submitting job opportunities.  Do we just email this list? I am not a recruiter.

 

Yuriy

On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 11:05 AM, Maxwell Shron <[address removed]> wrote:

Does the Open Statistical Meetup list have the same rules as the NYC Python list regarding job postings without company names attached? A few folks there had been bit by submitting resumés to nameless openings that turned out to be just fishing operations by recruiters without any real job associated.

 

M

 

On Thu, Oct 18, 2012 at 10:45 AM, Lisa <[address removed]> wrote:

Please take a look at this job with a great client of ours in NYC!

 

Seeking a developer to work within the Predictive modeling team. Attention to detail and good interpersonal communication skills are necessary. 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

-Diagnose and maintain modeling code

-Document modeling process

-Train teams on proper use of modeling process

-Assist with improvements and new methods

SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS

-R or SAS programming knowledge (R preferred)

-Excellent written and oral communication

-Extremely detail-oriented, organized and able to handle planning for multiple projects

-Proactive and able to work in a collaborative fast-paced environment

- 1 to 3 Years experience

- Bachelor's Degree - Statistics, Mathematics, Econometrics, Computer Science, or other fields with strong quantitative training;  Master’s Degree a plus

 

If you are interested, please respond to: lisa(at)gatestaffing(dot)com


Thanks SO much!

 

Lisa Vella-Alvarado | Principal
GATE Staffing, LLC.
19 West 36th Street -12th Floor

New York, NY 10018

(646)[masked]-direct

(813)[masked]-cell


[address removed]

"Greatness Achieved Through Excellence"


 

 





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