New Data Jobs DC page

NOTE: The Jobs board is currently disabled. We hope to re-enable it in the future.

Data Community DC is very happy to announce that we now have a new jobs board: jobs.datacommunitydc.org

We invite anyone looking for analytic talent in the DC region to consider posting a copy of their job listing with us. Here are a few reasons why:

  • Data Community DC provides events and services to well over a thousand people in the region, and is growing very rapidly. Between Meetup attendees, blog and Twitter followers, and people using the Events page, your position will be seen broadly by people at the cutting edge of new techniques and technologies. And it won’t be buried by thousands of generic, irrelevant posts.
  • Data Community DC is dedicated to growing and networking the tens of thousands of people in the region who use statistical and mathematical techniques. We want you to find great talent, so that our community can thrive.
  • Data Community DC is incorporated as a not-for-profit, so the modest income from your job posting goes back to helping us grow the community.
  • Tax-exempt non-profits and our sponsors are invited to post ads for free! (Get in touch.)
  • The board itself is a product of DC-area company Hireworx. Posting your job here helps support the local tech community.

Conversely, looking for a job? Start here! The organizations posting to Data Jobs DC have demonstrated their commitment to the local analytic community, and are supporting the events and services you enjoy.

Questions? Contact us!

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Harlan Harris is the Co-Founder and current President of Data Community DC, and is Co-Founder and lead organizer of the Data Science DC Meetup. He has a PhD in Computer Science (Machine Learning), and did post-doctoral work in Cognitive Psychology at several universities. He has worked at Kaplan Test Prep, Sentrana, Inc., and is currently Director of Data Science at the Education Advisory Board.

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