StatLab


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Reserve the classrooms


Schedule for 04/05/2012


Stat Consultants
CSSSI (219 Prospect St)
To see the Consultant's schedule, please see our calendar on the CSSSI website.

Main Lab
CSSSI (219 Prospect St)
11am- 12pm Library Training

Rosenkranz Hall
115 Prospect St.
Room 01
3:30- 5:20pm PLSC 508

The StatLab is currently hiring graduate student consultants.

We are looking for data savvy graduate students from a variety of disciplines including the sciences, social sciences, FES, EPH, SOM and Computer Science. We are always interested in talking to outstanding applicants from other disciplines as well.

Our consultants work at least one 4 hour shift a week and a few weekend shifts each semester. Additional shifts may be available, depending on coverage needs. Current starting pay is $20 an hour.

The ideal consultant:

The StatLab tries to provide a balanced service across disciplines and software packages. Currently, we are particularly interested in applicants with experience with Matlab, Mathematica, SPSS, SAS, JMP, ArcGIS, Amos and data visualization.

The StatLab runs a series of workshops each semester training Yale affiliates in various statistical software packages and related statistical and computing issues. We pay consultants for the preparation, instruction and attendance for all of our workshops. Additionally, specialized training opportunities are also available.

Our consultants consistently tell us that answering data analysis questions and problem solving with our clients helps them retain and sharpen their own analytical skills. The experience of dealing with researchers from other disciplines is interesting and can lead to collaborative opportunities with professors.

If this description interests you, apply by email to stathelp@yale.edu. Please include an up-to date CV highlighting any experiences and training that would make you a good candidate, including TA/RA experience.

Thank you,
StatLab Staff

203-432-3277
stathelp@yale.edu
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