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Jobs in biostatistics + tech consulting

“Woohoo! I’m going back to college,” said Robocop. (via Giphy)


Paging the next Dr. Fauci

The Department of Biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health is hiring a PhD-level Research Associate to work in the AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG). You’ll be using your smarts to study tuberculosis research specifically, so candidates must be able work independently on the design, conducting, monitoring, and analysis of trial and observational studies. 

Dining on campus in the age of COVID

What might dining on college campuses look like for returning undergraduates and professors? The New York Times profiles institutions of higher learning like George Mason University, which is using innovative technology, including a fleet of robot server carts, to deliver food ordered by users via app. 

Kick your feet up or pound the pavement with these Analyst roles

Why are early professional sales roles such a great place to begin a career? Because generating revenue feels good, you get to learn all about your company’s products and services, and your insights can lead to actionable change. Ready to dive in? Then check out the Deal Desk Analyst role at Recorded Future (Boston) or sprint right through Brooks Running’s eCommerce and Digital Analyst (Seattle).

NYC, San Francisco, and Boston

If one of those cities sounds like an exciting place where you’d want to spend a majority of your life, then Komodo’s Customer Success Associate could be the role to get you there. They’re addressing diseases by developing an actionable map of healthcare data. You’ll be the primary point of contact for the company’s life sciences customers, working diligently to develop answers for their business needs.

Grab a job at Gunnison Consulting (Greater DC Area)

Ready to take on ambitious digital projects for some of the nation’s largest public institutions like the National Institute of Health? Gunnison Consulting Group is hiring across teams, including a Jr. Application Engineer that’s ideal for recent graduates. You’ll be trained in a variety of technologies including C#.NET, Visual Basic .NET, Oracle Database, and PL/SQL, so be ready to absorb all of the things you read about in class but now get to actually practice in the real world. 

If that’s not the best fit for your background, you can view additional opportunities at Gunnison Consulting here.

Can you make games so good even Katniss Everdeen wants to play?

AppLovin’s creative team, SparkLabs, is hiring a Junior Game Developer to create mini-games. You’ll be working in game genres like “match-3” and “mid-core,” and candidates should have samples of previous game work or software development projects ready to present alongside a resume.

 

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