New Job as Data Science Consultant at Environics Analytics!

I am very excited to start a new job as a Data Science Consultant at Environics Analytics (EA)!  My new position is a dual role of data scientist and consultant – I will meet clients regularly to advise them on statistical modelling, data analysis, and marketing analytics, and I will conduct statistical research on a variety of problems.  I look forward to learning about and working in EA’s specialty of geodemography, as well as researching new areas of data analytics, such as text mining and sentiment analysis.

I began my new job in mid-August, and I have enjoyed meeting my new co-workers and serving my first client so far.  I have opened a second Twitter feed, @EricCaiEA, to share my work at my new company.  You can continue to find me on my own Twitter feed for The Chemical Statistician, @chemstateric.

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Analyst Finder – A Free Job-Matching Service for Statisticians, Data Scientists, Database Managers and Data Analysts

If you are a statistician, data scientist, database manager, or data analyst, then consider using Analyst Finder for your next job search.  It is a web site that connects job seekers in data analytics with employers.  The service is free for job seekers, and it earns money by charging companies and recruiters a small fee to find qualified candidates through its job-matching service.

To register for this service as a job seeker, you simply need to complete a check list of skills and preferences.  It’s quick and easy to do, and you can change this list whenever your wish to update your qualifications.

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Employers and recruiters can register for this service to search for qualified candidates, and the fees are displayed on the web site.

This company was founded by Art Tabachneck, a former president of the Toronto Area SAS Society and a veteran analytics professional.  In case you’re interested in learning more about him, SAS has a profile about him in recognition of his expertise in SAS programming and his contributions to online support communities and user groups.