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Mathematica Programming Position

  • To: mathgroup
  • Subject: Mathematica Programming Position
  • From: sdoyle at fed.frb.gov
  • Date: Mon, 15 May 89 10:51:19 CDT
  • Reply-to: stevec at ncsa.uiuc.edu

Steve:

	I don't know if this is appropriate for this group. If it
isn't, could you let me know what might be a good place? We'd love
to find someone with Mathematica programming experience. We have
already posted this to misc.jobs.offered, but we'd like to consider
more candidates.

Thanks!

 Sean Doyle     Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System 
 20 and Constitution, NW Mail Stop 76 Washington, DC 20551
 (202) 452-2352  uucp: uunet!fed!m1swd00 , internet: sdoyle at fed.frb.gov


Posting follows:

	
                  JOB OPENING:  RESEARCH PROGRAMMER
	     Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System 
		Division of Research and Statistics
			MAQS Section

Description: Work with economists and programmers on a large network of
             Sun workstations (120+) used for theoretical and applied
             economic analysis.
             Responsibilities would include:
             ; Software development for estimation and simulation of
               macroeconomic models.
             ; Identification and evaluation of new Unix software (such
               as editors, mathematical/statistical software, utilities,
               etc.) that may be useful for staff work on the network.

Education/Training:

  Required: Bachelors degree or equivalent experience in computer
            science, economics, mathematics, or statistics;
            Familiarity with both traditional (e.g. C or FORTRAN) and
            non-traditional (e.g. LISP, SMALLTALK or MATHEMATICA)
            programming languages;
            Familiarity with UNIX or a UNIX-like operating system;
            Knowledge of a windowing environment (preferably X or
            SunView) or design of user interfaces.

  Desirable:Interest/familiarity with object-oriented programming,
            symbolic computing, numerical analysis and optimization,
            parallel processing, computer networks, and SUN
            workstations.  The best candidates will have demonstrated
            evidence of self-motivation and creativity.





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