Today's Jobs in Your Area -- 4/12/10

by SixFigureStart | April 12, 2010

Today's openings include one for a software developer in New York, a consulting analyst job in Weston, MA, placement for litigation attorneys in Dallas, TX, and a pricing consultant in Concord, MA. Click the job titles to view the full ad and application details for each position.

Software Developer, Next Step Systems
New York, NY

"Major Responsibilities:
To undertake and manage:
Systems Analysis and design
Systems Development
Systems Implementation
2nd line production support"
Read the Vault profile for Next Step Systems

Analyst, Health Advances LLC
Weston, MA

"Analyst responsibilities include:
- Conducting secondary research on clinical, scientific, and business issues
- Coordinating and participating in client, customer, physician and thought leader interviews
- Synthesizing primary and secondary research and communicating insights to case teams and clients
- Creating financial models to perform qualitative and quantitative analyses
- Collaborating with case teams to prepare client presentations"
Read the Vault profile for Health Advances

Litigation Attorney, BCG Attorney Search
Dallas, TX

"Dallas office seeks commercial litigation attorney with 5-9 years of experience. Trial experience preferred."

Business Pricing Consultant, Holden Advisors
Concord, MA

"Responsibilities:
* Conduct secondary research of available industry and client data
* Conduct qualitative primary research
* Prepare targeted reports to support consulting teams and clients
* Database management including database set-up, data entry and retrieval
* Perform financial and statistical analyses in support of: "What if" scenario modeling, Pricing recommendations, and ROI/TCO modeling
* Interpretation of data in terms of scope of project/project requirements"

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