So many Statistical Forks, So many Industries, So many Locations..

Discussion in 'SAS (Statistical Analysis Software)' started by Steven Palmer, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. SO TAKE THEM!

    Three-time MVP and Hall of Famer Yogi Berra coined the "When you come to a
    fork in the road" phrase to describe how each of us is faced with making
    decisions every day.

    WITH THAT SAID - I am looking for Multiple Statistical people for Multiple
    Positions in Multiple Locations in Multiple Industries. Here is a Overview
    of the positions. Please give me a call if you would like to discuss in
    more detail.

    Insurance:
    Sr. Data Analyst - Forecasting - Wisconsin (6 month Contract-to-Hire)
    Statistician - Forecasting - Wisconsin (6 month Contract-to-Hire)
    Forecasting Analyst - Forecasting - Wisconsin (6 month Contract-to-Hire)

    Financial:
    Statistical Analyst - Credit Card Operations - Iowa (3 month Contract-to-
    Hire)
    Statistician - Commercial Leasing - Iowa (3 month Contract-to-Hire)
    Statistician with Basel II experience - Startup project - Minnesota /
    California / Other (Long term Assignment)

    Mortgage:
    Statistical Analyst - Decision Sciences - Maryland (3+ Month Contract)

    Transportation:
    Statistical Analyst - Optimization - Illinois (6+ Month Contract)

    Transportation:
    Project Manager - Operations Research - Georgia (12 Month Contract)

    Pharmaceutical Marketing:
    Sr. Project Manager - Marketing/ Sales - New Jersey (5 Month Contract)

    HOPEFULLY this is the fork you have been looking for. IF NOT - I am sure we
    both know someone, that knows someone, that knows three people GLAD THEIR
    KIDS ARE BACK IN SCHOOL that knows several people looking for such an
    opportunity. I would love to "fork" over money to you for referrals!

    Sincerely,
    Steve Palmer
    Smith Hanley Consulting
    281-829-1110 x-215


    Yogi Quote of the Day:
    "You've got to be very careful if you don't know where you're going,
    because you might not get there."
     
    Steven Palmer, Aug 24, 2005
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