7 new R jobs from around the world (2016-04-18)

April 18, 2016
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R-users Resumes

The resume section features CVs from over 200 R users. You can submit your resume for free (as a “job seeker”). You may also browse the resumes.

Here are the new R Jobs for 2016-04-18.

To post your R job on the next post

Just visit this link and post a new (free) R job to the R community. To get added exposure,  you may also post a featured job (this, however, does cost a bit of money).

Current R jobs

Job seekers: please follow the links below to learn more and apply for your R job of interest:

Featured Jobs

Newest Jobs

  1. Freelance
    Shiny developer
    Hodges Ward Elliott – Posted by [email protected]
    New York
    New York, United States
    13 Apr2016
  2. Full-Time
    Summer 2016 intern for Distributed Data Structures in R
    Hewlett Packard Labs USA – Posted by ir
    Palo Alto
    California, United States
    13 Apr2016
  3. Full-Time
    Shiny developerWorld Bank Group (Trade and Competitiveness Global Practice) – Posted by asanchezrodelgo
    Washington
    District of Columbia, United States
    12 Apr2016
  4. Full-Time
    Data Scientist
    Catapult – Posted by Jerome Durussel
    Leeds
    England, United Kingdom
    7 Apr2016
  5. Full-Time
    Survey Associate @ Chicago
    LEAP Innovations – Posted by LEAPinnovations
    Chicago
    Illinois, United States
    5 Apr2016
  6. Full-Time
    Statistical Programmer @ Portland
    Oregon Health & Science University – Posted by minnier
    Portland
    Oregon, United States
    5 Apr2016
  7. Full-Time
    Research Manager @ Chicago
    LEAP Innovations – Posted by LEAPinnovations
    Chicago
    Illinois, United States
    5 Apr2016

In R-users.com you may see all the R jobs that are currently available.

r_jobs

(you may also look at previous R jobs posts).



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