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[job list] ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings



ACM@UIUC Weekly Job Postings
Week of April 3rd, 2011

With postings from:
D. E. Shaw & Co.
Ton E Becker

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Title: Technical Opportunities with the D. E. Shaw group
Company: D. E. Shaw & Co.
Contact: Divya Mathai <mathai@xxxxxxxxxx> 
Hiring for: Full-time  Intern/Co-op
Description:
There are some financial firms where technology doesnâ??t take a back
seat.

Headquartered in New York City, the D. E. Shaw group is a highly
successful
investment and technology development firm with an international
reputation
and a decidedly different approach to doing business.  We offer a
stimulating work environment and colleagues from the strongest science
and
engineering programs in the world.  Our team includes Putnam Fellows,
International Math Olympiad medalists, patent holders, and hundreds of
people passionate about CS, EE, physics, and math.

Interested students should apply directly through our website at
https://www.deshaw.com/recruit/jobs/OC/UIUC.  Please note that this is
the
only place you need to submit an application in order to be considered
for
openings at the D. E. Shaw group.

Our culture doesn\'t fit the typical corporate mold: we prize ideas over
hierarchy, we embrace collaboration, and youâ??ll see more jeans than
suits in
our offices.  Itâ??s an environment where you can enjoy stability and
access
to numerous resources without sacrificing that start-up mentality.  From
free museum memberships to on-site wine tastings, the firm tries to
facilitate personal growth for our employees in addition to fostering
their
professional development.

We look forward to hearing from you. 


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Title: Coding Assistant
Company: Ton E Becker
Contact: Ton E Becker <aebecker@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 
Hiring for:  Part-time 
Description:
Computer Science Undergraduate or Masters\'s Student, to assist
quadriplegic Physiology graduate in typing, and to collaborate on
coding, a document searching program and interface in Python for the
purpose of mining biomedical literature for genetic and protein sequence
information in functional context.  Up to 25 hours per week.  Due to
funding source (State of Illinois Department of Human Services), must be
U.S. citizen.  Over $10 per hour, with raise in July.  Possible
publication co-authorship as  well as stipend.

Respond to Ton E Becker, aebecker@xxxxxxxxxxxx Please send resume
including courses taken, computer languages, and other relevant
experience.

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