Approximate Date of Posting: April 12, 2017
Position: Taxonomy-Information Management
Location: Plano, Texas
Company/Organization Research Now
We’re a research company looking for ways to better classify our users and understand their behavior. Spend your summer creating a classification system for millions of respondents from 40+ countries. Identify classes of users and develop, test, and put in place a corpus of questions or tests for automatically sorting users into your classifications. Help us understand what constitutes “good vs. bad” behavior within our system and develop methods to counteract questionable activity. Come learn how leading research organizations around the world think about data collection from online surveys. Blow our socks off? This could develop into a permanent role re-evaluating, rebuilding and curating our existing taxonomy of thousands of user attributes.
Schedule/Hours: 24 hours per week
Time Frame: Unspecified
Compensation Unspecified -This could develop into a permanent role for successful candidate
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We need an intern that can be available at least 24 hours a week.
- MS Library Sciences current student or recent graduate
- Basic understanding of data schema and organization
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong logical and conceptual thought processes
- Excellent attention to detail