Hiring Statistics Consultants - Do You Qualify?

IF:

  • you have a MS or PhD in statistics
  • you have assisted masters and/or doctoral students with the statistical portions of their theses/dissertations
  • you are a full-time consultant, retired faculty, or teaching part-time
  • you have the latest versions of SPSS, SAS, MatLab, Statistica, and/or other popular stats programs
    NOTE: Applicants must have licenses for at least 3 statistical programs (e.g., SAS, MatLab, MiniTab). SPSS (alone) is not adequate.
  • English is your first language, and you have exceptional (English) writing proficiency
  • you are consistently available
  • you are USA-based
  • you can check e-mail regularly throughout the day, including once per day on weekends
  • you have at least 20 hours per week to spare

 

Send your CV as Word or RTF attachment.

CV must list graduate-level consulting experience and current software licenses.

Applicants with full-time jobs (e.g., professorships) are ineligible to join the network.

Apply -at- StatisticsTutors -dot- com
and/or
2008apply -at- Dissertationadvisors -dot- com

The majority of our clients are graduate students.

Applicants must pass our scholarly writing/English fluency test (approx. 30 minutes of time investment) and agree to our policies, procedures, and ethical guidelines. If you pass the writing test, you may e-mail or speak to a consultant currently in the network before deciding to join. Statisticians sign an independent contractor agreement with the network coordinator and remain freelance.

Preference is given to statisticians who can commit long-term and offer priority services to our network.

Note: A minimum 1-year commitment is required.

No phone calls or hard-copy resumes. Do not use the chat button to ask questions or apply.

LEARN ABOUT OUR SERVICES AND LIMITATIONS.
(Note: We do not provide unethical services to students, such as data collection and "ghostwriting")

PLEASE READ THE MAIN PAGES ON OUR SITE BEFORE APPLYING.
Please do not respond to this posting if you do not meet the requirements listed above.