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The customer is a subsidiary of a premier global supplier of material handling equipment for the plastics industry for over 20 years. Their newest location, in the Charlotte Metro, will focus on serving the plastics industry for North/South America and Canada.
This is a very unique and exciting opportunity for the ideal candidate to start on the ground floor with an amazing company.
Position Description: The position involves building the customer material handling product lines and installing them into clients’ facilities.
The candidate will:
REU Site: Undergraduate Research in Educational Data Mining
application deadline: February 15th, 2018
PI: Dr. Huzefa Rangwala
Co-PI: Dr. Mark Snyder
Field of research: Computer Science; Sub-Field: Educational Data Mining, Machine Learning, Visualization, Learning Technologies
The University of South Carolina’s Honors and Awards Commission is accepting applications for the Outstanding Senior awards.
Students selected to receive an Outstanding Senior award will also be considered for the university’s top two undergraduate honors – the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award and Steven N. Swanger Leadership Award.
As part of Accenture’s commitment to a gender parity and creating a strong, smarter and more innovative workforce, we are proud to once-again host the Accenture Women’s Career Consortium.
Do you, or does someone you know, have a passion for tech? A drive to make an impact? And a desire to work on the leading-edge while learning and growing in an inclusive, fast-paced and fun environment? Then Accenture might be the place for you!
Constant Analytics, Inc. is an award-winning, referral-only, boutique analytics practice focused on marketing measurement and optimizations. We provide valuable insights to influence and guide our clients' strategic marketing investments.
You will serve as a key member on our data engineering team who uncovers and provides these insights to our clients - some whom are Fortune 500 companies. You will have ownership of statistical modeling tasks, along with these responsibilities:
Putting Your Major to Work: Career Paths after College is a great resource for comparing majors and their associated career paths. The Career Paths after College graph is especially nice.
For example, we learn that for young (25-34) Computer Science majors the most common job title (30%) is "Software Developer" and all the 5 most common job titles have "Computer" in the title, and the salaries shown below.