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Mathematica/ Curvus Job Opportunity in the Philadelphia Area

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  • Subject: [mg75528] Mathematica/ Curvus Job Opportunity in the Philadelphia Area
  • From: Marcella.Barker at gmail.com
  • Date: Fri, 4 May 2007 04:14:02 -0400 (EDT)

The company I work for, located in Ft. Washington, PA, is looking for
someone experienced with the above mentioned programs.  If interested,
please reply and I will forward your information to the appropriate
person!

_________________________________________________________________
Are you a Math Wiz? Algebra? Calculus?
Do you know Mathematica, Curvus or similar program?
Are you interested in Art type programs?

THEN WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

We are looking for someone who can produce visual solutions to
problems, and
comprehend the outcome.

We are a book publishing company who produce many Math text books, and
while
we have some great Illustrators on staff... We are in need of someone
with a
math background.

Don't know any of the art programs?  ie. Illustrator, Photoshop,
etc...?
That is ok!  But, you should be interested in learning them :)

If you may be interested in this position... Let's Talk!
Send me an e-mail, with your background / Resume, and I will give you
more
details.

Ultimately this will be a full-time position, with Flex time,
benefits, and
a great working environment!





Position is located in Fort Washington, PA
ABSOLUTELY, NO PHONE CALLS OR WALK-INS PLEASE



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