4 new R jobs (for September 10th 2014) and a new “about us” video

This is the bimonthly R Jobs post (for 2014-09-10), based on the R-bloggers’ sister website: R-users.com.

This time, I’d like to start by thanking Jeff Weakley (more on Jeffat the end of this post) for his huge help in producing the following short (1:30 minutes) video about R-users:

If you are an employer who is looking to hire people from the R community, please visit this link to post a new R job (it’s free, and registration takes less than 10 seconds).

If you are a job seekers, please follow the links below to learn more and apply for your job of interest (or visit previous R jobs posts).

  1. Full-Time
    Business Analyst, Casino & Onboard Revenue
    Carnival Cruise Lines – Posted by mhunssinger
    Florida, United States
    10 Sep 2014
  2. Full-Time
    Statistician to help eliminate hunger by means of better decision making
    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations – Posted by Michael kao
    Lazio, Italy
    10 Sep 2014
  3. Full-Time
    Statistical Data Analyst for analyzing wireless networks
    OpenSignal – Posted by Joe Cainey
    England, United Kingdom
    5 Sep 2014
  4. Full-Time
    Senior Operations Research Consultant
    Revenue Analytics – Posted by Revenue Analytics
    Georgia, United States
    3 Sep 2014


Extended “Thank You” to Jeff Weakley

A special thanks to Jeff Weakley (@ChocolateFocus) for his help in making this commercial. Jeff is the owner and CD of DC (Creative Director of Data-driven Content) at CreativeAlgorithm.org and ChocolateCoveredFocusGroups.com. He’s an Emmy-winning Creative Director and advertising Copywriter who helps companies, agencies and researchers “Write it. Light it. Shoot it. Cut it. Hack it. And hype it.” He’s also a team member of the DataScience.LA blog. Jeff works in R, Python and SQL and he’s passionate about bringing more data science into the advertising creative arena. In fact, to that mission, he’s currently writing a book for ad creative folks called “Data Science for People Who Hate It Most.”


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