Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Intern for the Pittsburgh Pirates!

The Pittsburgh Pirates are looking for a Diversity Initiative Intern. 

Job Summary
This intern will work in conjunction with the Community and Public Affairs Department with the execution of community programs, events, and program development. Special focus on Diversity Initiatives and programs around specific diverse and multicultural audiences. Programs include Jackie Robinson Essay and Poetry Contest, Disability Awareness, Latino Celebration Summer reading programs, African-American Heritage Weekend, Youth Baseball Camp; Softball initiatives etc. Intern will also assist with events for the department which may include game day support and Pirates Charities events.
Primary Responsibilities
• Assist in the development and coordination of major events including diversity outreach, reading programs, Heritage Weekend, etc.
• Handle general office duties such as data entry, copying, filing, etc.
• Develop and manage the Pirates diversity database.
• Represent the organization at community functions where key community contacts may be in attendance.
• Coordinate ticket distribution programs through outreach to non-profit organizations and community groups (i.e. Awareness Series/Give-Back Days).
• All other duties as assigned by the Manager of Diversity Initiatives.
Required Qualifications
• Candidates must be enrolled in an accredited institution.
• Candidates majoring in Business Administration, Communications, Sports Management, or related area.
• Junior, Senior, or Graduate level students.
• Valid Driver’s License.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint.)
Desired Qualifications
Community/Volunteer Experience
To apply for this internship, please visit http://careers.pirates.com/
Applicants will be required to submit a cover letter, resume, and provide references

Post written by Kelly Kane

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Law & Order : Job Edition

Wednesday, November 14th
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sewall Center- International Suite

Did you ever wonder how what you do in college might affect your employment or graduate school prospects?  This program will provide an overview of typical screening methods including background checks (driving records and criminal), drug and alcohol tests, credit history reports, investigative consumer reports and employment verification practices.   Legal issues associated with background checks and employment screening will be covered as well as specifics about the ARD program and expungements.  The topic of social media will also be addressed.  A panel of employers and graduate school representatives will discuss their screening practices and respond to student questions.  (Students will have the opportunity to submit questions confidentially.) 

A complete list of speakers is included below:

Sid Zonn:  Vice President and General Counsel- RMURalston Jackson:  Partner - Odermatt & JacksonScott Irlbacher:  Director of Special Programs & Student Community Standards- RMUShelly Haser:  Department Head of Education- RMUAlexandra Linsenmeyer:  Director of Admissions - University of Pittsburgh School of LawJaime Opel:  Investigator - USISJonalyn Paulick:  Vice President - PNC Bank

Please RSVP by November 13th
This program is sponsored by the Career Center.  To ensure we have enough seating and handouts, please RSVP to Beth Miller atmillerb@rmu.edu by November 13th if you plan to attend.

Practice Interviews

will be conducting 3 practice interviews this WEDNESDAY (11/14) in the RMU Career Center.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!  Not only will you get honest feedback about YOUR resume and interview skills, you'll get a chance to impress this premier employer!  
Spaces are limited and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.    NOTE:  You do not need to have an interest in working for PNC to benefit from doing a practice interview with them.
  WHY DO A PRACTICE (MOCK) INTERVIEW? -Receive honest feedback about your interview and resume from a qualified professional -Be more prepared for upcoming interviews -Network with potential employers (some of these organizations have current positions available, although you don't need to be interested in the organization to do a mock with them.) -Get a job/ internship (The most qualified candidate does not always get the job or internship!  How you present yourself during the interview is critical.)
Mocks are posted in ColonialTRAK under 'On-campus Interviews'.  Refer to the Career Center website at www.rmu.edu/careercenter.
  1. Click on the ColonialTRAK tab in the left column of the screen.
  2. Enter your username and password. 
  3. On the ColonialTRAK main menu page, select 'On Campus Interviews' on the top toolbar. Then choose 'Sign up for Interviews.
  4. The practice interviews will all have 'MOCK' as the Employer Name.  The Linked Job will say 'Practice Interview,' then list applicable majors and the organization that will be conducting the practice interview.  The MOCK with PNC will be near the bottom of the current listings.
  5. To sign up for a schedule that interests you, click on the 'Linked Job' of that posting.
  6. On the next screen, scroll down below the yellow line and click on 'Interview Date' that you prefer.
  7. On the next screen, scroll to the bottom of the page, which will show you time slots that are still available.  Click the 'Sign up' button next to the time slot that fits your schedule, and then click "Sign up."  The schedule will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
  8. Note:  You must have a resume uploaded in ColonialTRAK to sign up for a practice interview.
Please note that the Career Center's On-Campus Recruiting Policy applies to students participating in practice interviews.
Canceling Interviews 
It is expected that students/alumni will honor their obligation to keep their interview reservation. If a student/alumnus finds it is necessary to cancel an interview, the student/alumnus must notify the Career Center at least 24 hours before the time of an interview scheduled Tuesday through Friday and 72 hours before a Monday interview appointment.
No-Show/Late Cancellation Policy
Students/alumni who "No-Show" or "Late Cancel" an interview will be required to send a letter of apology to the employer and give a copy of the letter to the Career Center before the student/alumnus may participate in any additional campus interviews. A student/alumnus who "No Shows" or "Late Cancels" a total of two times in any combination will forfeit their interviewing privileges for the remainder of the academic year.
Late Arrival to Interviews
If a student is late for an interview, it is up to the discretion of the employer as to whether the interview with the student will be conducted.
Bad Weather Policy
If classes are canceled because of inclement weather, interviews will also be canceled. Please contact the Career Center to reschedule your interview.

Monday, November 12, 2012


SEARCHING FOR ROMO...The Department of Athletics is looking for a current RMU student to fill RoMo's mascot shoes spring semester 2013. The position brings with it a $3,000-$5,000 tuition credit. If interested, please call or e-mail the contact at the end of this e-mail. Thank you

Marty Galosi
Senior Associate Athletic Director, External Affairs
Robert Morris University
6001 University Blvd.
Moon Township, PA 15108-1189
Office: 412-397-4920
Cell: 412-498-8357
E-Mail: galosi@rmu.edu

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Interested in Root Sports ?

Shawn McClintock who is the Vice President and General Manager of Root Sports Pittsburgh will be here on campus. Make it a point to come in and see him .

Date : Monday November 2012

Time : 5:00pm

Place : Massey Theatre 

Monday, October 15, 2012

Night at the Pittsburgh Symphony

Hello All,

You are still cordially invited to Robert Morris University School of Business "Night at the Pittsburgh Symphony."    The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra is playing Symphony No. 2, "Resurrection", by Gustav Mahler with Manfred Honeck, conductor.  More information is provided on the attached sheet.

The event is a networking opportunity for students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the School of Business.  You are invited to receive a School of Business pin before the concert and to attend a complimentary dessert reception following the concert.  All RMU students are invited as guests of the School of Business.  So, please invite your friends to accompany you to Heinz Hall.

Students also receive complimentary bus transportation to and from Heinz Hall and a complimentary ticket to the concert.  Buses will depart from the Lower Sewall Center parking lot at 6:30 p.m. on Friday October 19.  I ask that you be at the parking lot by 6:10 p.m.  Please contact Laura Whitaker (whitaker@rmu.edu or 412-397-6356) to reserve a seat on the bus and a concert ticket.

A little bit on the Conductor 

Manfred Honeck, conductor
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection”

Manfred Honeck conducts Gustav Mahler's sublime Symphony
No. 2. This programmatic work proclaims the composer's
belief in life after death. Hear this monumental performance
on the Heinz Hall stage before the PSO performs it on the
2012 European tour.

Date : Friday October 19 
Time 8:00 pm
Venue: Heinz Hall

2nd Annual Somma Integrity First Intersection Navigating the Challenges Ethics Workshop

Last week’s 2nd Annual Somma Integrity First Intersection Navigating the Challenges ethics workshop was a success!  Over 80 SBUS students, SBUS faculty and staff joined together for an engaging discussion of ethics and group case analysis exercise.  Thanks to the following students in Professor Grim’s Advanced Labor Management Relations class who served as group facilitators:  Jason Beadle, James Biedrzycki, Brennon Dauginikas, Rehema Emanuel, Sean Gergacs, Jake Hayes, Kylie Jorden, Jordan Kristek, Jamie Kusevich, Adam Mills, Evan Penner, Michael Renda, Ryan Schwartzel and, Lauren Wagenhoffer.

At the end of the case exercise, it was difficult to select only one group from the outstanding case analyses submitted; instead faculty identified two groups that developed insightful analyses of the ethical dilemmas and suggested feasible and relevant recommendations. Congratulations to the following students who worked in these groups:  Nicole Masciola, Sarah Gordon, Marcus Paxton, Cody Redmond, Roberto DaSilva, Melissa Cleis, Heather Niewierski, Deborah Naples, James Biedrzycki, Carissa Smith and Rehema Emanuel

Benefactors, Rande and Georgia Somma, were on hand to acknowledge our Somma Integrity First Scholarship recipients.  Congratulations to our 2012 recipients:  Andre L. Coiro, Clarence V. Ford II, Tyler C. Montabon and Steven M. Tessaro.  Mr. Somma, RMU Alumnus, former Corporate Officer and President of the Automotive Systems Group Johnson Controls - Worldwide and current President and CEO of Rande Somma & Associates LLC a leadership, coaching and development company shared his experiences managing the issues associated with ethical decision making.

And finally, thanks to Jodi Potter, Gayle Marco, Laura Whitaker, Maureen Brant, Mike Yahr, Frank Flanegin, Steve Clinton, David Budziszewski, Zhou Yang, Peter Freymark, Darlene Motley, Wayne Grim, Jeff Guiler, Pat Litzinger, and the SBUS Ethics Committee members Denis Rudd, Richard Mills, Lou Swartz, Michele Cole, Jasmin Lin, Katie Hetherington Scott Branvold or their help in planning the event and evaluating the group case analyses! 

Check out the pictures of this event!!

Daria Crawley, Ph.D.
Chair, SBUS Ethics Committee

                                  Workshop attendees

Professor Mike Yahr observing student groups during the 2012 Ethics Workshop

 Mr Rande Somma RMU Alumnus and President and CEO Rande Somma & Associates LLC a leadership, coaching and development company discussing ways to handle ethical dilemmas

2012 Integrity First Scholarship recipients: Andre L. Coiro, Clarence V. Ford II, Tyler C. Montabon and Steven M. Tessaro pictured with Rande and Georgia Somma, Dr. Patrick Litzinger, Interim SBUS Dean and Dr. Daria Crawley, SBUS Ethics Committee Chairperson

 Group case  winners : Nicole Masciola, Sarah Gordon, Marcus Paxton, Cody Redmond, Roberto DaSilva, Melissa Cleis, Heather Niewerski, Deborah Naples, James Biedrzycki, Carissa Smith and Rehema Emanuel
Student Attendees

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Services at RMU

Just a reminder of some of the services available to RMU students :

Services for Students with Disabilities
Robert Morris University is committed to equal opportunity for students with disabilities and does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission or access to its programs and activities. Qualified students with a disability are eligible to receive accommodations and services which may include academic adjustments, modification or alteration of course examinations, and the provision of auxiliary aids. For more information about these services, please contact Tracy Gorrell at gorrell@rmu.edu or 412-397-5859.

Tutoring Services
Over 20 tutors are available to assist students in a variety of course subject areas. Tutoring is available Monday through Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and on Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Weekend tutoring is available by appointment. Requests for weekend tutoring must be made by Thursday at 5:00 p.m. Professional tutors are also available for writing, communications, mathematics and study skills assistance. For more information about our tutoring program, please contact Nicole Hammond at hammond@rmu.edu412-397-2220 or visit the RMU website for a complete tutoring schedule.

Writing/Communications Tutoring
Professor Roger Gillian provides writing and communications tutoring in Wheatly Center (SCIS building), Room 326. The writing and communications tutoring hours are:
Monday 12:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday 2:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Thursday 2:15 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday, 12:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Personal & Mental Health Counseling Services
The Center for Student Success provides general counseling, mental health counseling, and direct referrals to health care and psychiatric facilities in our area. Call the Center for Student Success at 412-262-4349 or by email atcenter4success@rmu.edu.

Location/Office Hours/Telephone
The Center for Student Success - Nicholson Center, 2nd Floor
Monday -Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Friday- 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


Monday, October 8, 2012

Job Fair

-Noon (12pm) OCTOBER 15 is the deadline for FREE online pre-registration for the WestPACS Job and Internship Fair
 --Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2012, 10am-3pm --Location: Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA
 FACTS: *  119 organizations registered at 10/5/12 *  Employers recruiting for part-time, full-time and internship positions *  FREE registration if you register at www.westpacs.org before noon 10/15/12 *  If not pre-registered online, $10 (cash only) walk-in fee at the door. *  Limited transportation available for RMU students- check with the Career Center for details*  Refer a friend and be entered in a drawing to win one of 10 $50 gas cards! Have your friends register by noon October 15th. When they register, be sure they put your name and college in the referred by friend field. You must attend the job fair to be eligible to collect your prize.
*  Join the buzz on Facebook at WestPACS Job & Internship Fairs.
 WHY GO? *  Opportunity to meet potential employers face-to-face to make a great first impression!
*  WestPACS is a consortium of more than 40 Western PA colleges and numerous employers; this Job and Internship Fair is the largest job fair in the Pittsburgh region for college students and alumni.

* Professional dress required! * Take lots of error-free resumes! * Only college level and alumni job-seekers (full-time, internship, part-time) permitted into the fair (No parents, children or significant others!) * Seminars on How to Make the Most of a Job Fair  (including networking at the job fair, how to approach an employer, how to sell yourself and how to follow up after the job fair) will be offered at the WestPACS fair at 10:15am and 11:00am..  Visit the 'For Candidate' portion of www.westpacs.org for details.
 HELPFUL ADVICE: *  Visit www.westpacs.org to see listing of participating organizations, searchable by major and type of opportunities available (internship/full-time/part-time) *  A Job Fair tip sheet is available at the RMU Career Center or online at RMU's Career Center website (www.rmu.edu/careercenter ) under the Student Services section. *  Useful video clips from employers on how to make a favorable impression are available on the 'For Candidate---Job Fair Prep' section of www.westpacs.org.*  Research the organizations you are most interested in before the fair.  Fill out website applications, if applicable. *  Have a one-minute commercial about yourself, relating your skills and interests to the position you are seeking.
 ---REMEMBER to visit ColonialTRAK's Events and Announcements sections for a listing of other upcoming job fairs, seminars and events.---
 For more information please contact: Carole Weldon- 412-397-6204Weldon@rmu.edu

Etiquette Dinner

The Office of Student Life would like to call to your attention an Etiquette Dinner program for students.
This dinner workshop is an excellent opportunity for students to learn valuable information about dining and businessetiquette.  The menu for the event will be wedding soup, mixed greens salad, choice of entree (sliced roast beef or fettuccine alfredo), vegetable, and chocolate layer cake.       
Interested students can contact our office at 412-397-4352 or studentlife@rmu.edu for more information or to make a reservation and dinner selection.  Professional attire is recommended for the program.  We request that students RSVP to our office no later than Friday, November 9.
Thank you for your support.

Day : Wednesday November 13 
Time : 4:30 - 6 pm 
Place: Sewall Center
Cost : $10 per person and resident students may deduct this cost from their campus meal plan

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

AMA Collegiate Speaker - October 3rd

AMA Collegiate Chapter speaker event

Will Miley will be speaking
Wednesday Oct 3rd
8 p.m.
Hale 303
Subject; How to Have a Successful Internship!
This is a great opportunity to hear from a current RMU student about his successes already!"

Monday, September 24, 2012

AMA Luncheon with Frank Schiffman!

NOTE: The Pittsburgh AMA sometimes offers student discounts for professional chapter events.  You are encouraged to contact them to see if such discounts are available for this event.

Join the Pittsburgh AMA for a mid-day luncheon with Frank Schiffman! Frank has over 20 years of experience with a Fortune 200 company, PPG. He will help explain, "Why a product like the iPad did NOT burn out in a committee."

Lunch Menu

First Course:
-Mixed Green Salad
Second Course:
Choice of either 
-Mushroom Ravioli, Spinach, Mushroom Sauce
-Chicken Francaise, Fettuccini Alfredo
-Fresh Fruit Tart

WHERE: Wyndham Grand Hotel
              Ballroom 3
              600 Commonwealth Place
              Pittsburgh, PA

WHEN: October 4th, 11:30am-1:00pm

Cost: $45 for members and $55 for non-members

Post written by Kelly Kane

Thursday, September 20, 2012

2nd Annual Somma Integrity First Intersection Navigating the Challenges

Not sure why ethics matters?  Trying to figure out how to handle an ethical problem?  Join us for a networking dinner where SBUS students and faculty will explore ethical dilemmas and develop action based plans for handling these dilemmas. We will also recognize our 2012 Integrity First Scholarship Recipients, announce the 2013 Integrity First Scholarship case at this event and hear remarks from Rande Somma, RMU alumnus, who has over 30 years of experience managing a Fortune 100 company, overseeing 5 technical centers, 250 manufacturing facilities and approximately 75,000 employees located across 26 countries.
SBUS 2nd Annual Somma Integrity First Intersection Navigating the Challenges
Date: Thursday, October 4, 2012
Location:  Sewall Center
Time: 5pm

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Join the AMA!

The RMU American Marketing Association is really excited to get things started for another exciting year! The American Marketing Association (AMA) has grown to be one of the largest marketing associations in the world and is constantly innovating and evolving. If you are in the marketing field or are interested in the marketing aspect of business then AMA is perfect for you. Not only does AMA look great for your professional resume, but it gives you tools that you can carry into the real world. 

RMU AMA’s theme this year is “Marketing Without Meaning is Like M&Ms without Chocolate." 

If you’re interested in learning more come to our first meeting Thursday September 20th at 9:00pm in the Pennsylvania Suite in SewallYou can also get information from our Facebook and Twitter page listed below.

You can like our facebook page at:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/RMU-American-Marketing-Association/169379169803463?ref=ts

Follow us on twitter at: @rmu_ama 

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Fall Internship Opportunity!

DCI/ At Home Senior Services in Coraopolis is looking for a fall intern!

Intern’s responsibilities for the semester would include but not be limited to the list below.   Interns will be working in the office approx. 10-25 hours a week.  For-credit and also non-credit internships.

Opening for a Marketing/Business/IT interns
 Responsibilities for the Fall 2012: 
  • Maintain and manage the At Home Senior Services Web site.
  • Utilize the Internet for researching specific marketing projects.
  • In house Desktop Publishing of brochures, letterhead, and business cards.
  • Assisting in developing presentations in Power Point.
  • Everyday operations of utilizing the phones, filing, and dealing with the deadlines which are common in business.
  • Create marketing programs, implement them and manage the projects.
  • Work with owners on communicating with referral sources utilizing electronic fax and broadcast e-mail programs.
  • Go out with owners to trade fairs, cold calling, and follow-up phone work.
  • Work normal business hours around your school and other work schedules.
  • Stipend pay schedule.
  • Learn how to Market / Network yourself in the business world.
If interested, please contact:

David Dietrich or Morgan Lesoski
643 Fifth Avenue ~ Coraopolis, Pa 15108

Monday, August 20, 2012

Student Recruitment Opportunity

WhiteSand Research, LLC is a premier independent research firm based in Mount Lebanon

WhiteSand focuses on special situations, including bankruptcies, spin-offs, debt redemptions, stock buybacks, and divestitures, among other things. They provide unbiased, proactive, and fundamental financial research to their clients via three monthly reports: The Turnaround Report, The Corporate Restructuring Report, and Spin-Off Insight.

Currently, WhiteSand is looking to fill a number of openings, including a part-time Undergraduate Equity Analyst Internship, a part-time MBA Equity Analyst Internship, a full-time Equity Analyst position, a part-time Marketing/Sales Assistant, and a full-time Marketing/Sales Executive position.
Students and alumni can apply for these positions through ColonialTrak. If there are any questions or for more information, contact Carla Stewart at 1-800-718-0889 or carla@whitesandresearch.com

AMA/PSMA Final Summer Mixer

The American Marketing Association and the Professional Services Marketing Association are throwing an August Summer Mixer together on Thursday, August 23, 2012 at Easy Street:

One Oxford Centre
301 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

It starts at 5:30 and lasts until 7:30 p.m. It is $25 per person, which includes free appetizers and drink tickets.

Click here to register!

Thursday, July 5, 2012

AMA/SMPS Summer Mixer!

Come join the AMA and the Society for Marketing Professional Services for our second 2012 summer mixer on Thursday July 26 at Bossa Nova.

Admission price is $25 and includes two drink tickets and free appetizers.

Ask to see if any student rates are available.

Space is limited so please RSVP as soon as possible.

Bossa Nova Restaurant
123 7th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

5:30-7:30 p.m.


Thursday, June 7, 2012

MAPpy Hour-Summer Mixer!

Come join the AMA and MAP (Media Association of Pittsburgh) for the first 2012 Summer Mixer on Thursday June 21 at Savoy Restaurant in the Strip District. 
Admissions is free for AMA members. Non-members pay $15 which includes a drink ticket and free appetizers. 

Space is limited so please RSVP as soon as possible. 

Register at: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07e5ypskt42932af40&oseq=

This is a great opportunity for networking with Marketing professionals!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Incredible Summer Internship Opportunity!

Areas: Marketing, Strategy, International Business, and Entrepreneurship
Description: The internship offers the candidate an opportunity to get involved in an early stage international venture and to make important contributions regarding products and markets.
A seasoned entrepreneur is building a business plan for launching a for-profit business in Cambodia, seeking to leverage that country’s comparative advantages for the development and marketing of products made from bamboo.  The objective of the enterprise is to build a triple bottom line measured by financial profit, environmental sustainability, and social advancement. 
The Intern will be guided by the entrepreneur and will be responsible for contributions including:
  • Evaluating the Bamboo Flooring Market in the US and Europe, analyzing product types, customer preferences, sales trends.
  • Evaluating US distribution channels for bamboo flooring, describing the flow of goods, buyers, pricing and tradeoffs among the various channels.
  • Conducting pricing analysis on bamboo flooring sold in the US.
  • Making recommendations on positioning, distribution, and sales.
  • Conducting competitor analysis on manufacturers and distributors of bamboo flooring.
  • Evaluating market opportunities in the US and Europe for toys made from bamboo.
  • Enthusiasm and a willingness to learn and explore
  • Good analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to use internet to dig and to find answers
  • Ability to summarize thoughts in prose and concepts in graphics
  • Reliability
*This is an unpaid internship.  The intern will gain functional experience in Marketing and Strategic Analysis, and will understand the entrepreneurial process and key elements of international business. 
The internship hours are flexible.  There will be milestones and weekly meetings with the entrepreneur.  The internship will begin in May 2012 and will end in the first week of August 3, 2012.
If Interested, contact David Palmer at dpalmer21@gmail.com or (412)327-5158
Post written by Kelly Kane

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Market Analyst Wanted!


Schmidt Consulting Services is looking for a Market Research Analyst
Job Description:
  • Provides support for the organization’s quantitative and qualitative market research studies:
-  Assists Project Manager in conversion of quantitative and qualitative
  results into actionable insights
-  Proofs and edits verbatim comments and other qualitative data
     -  Codes verbatims based on specified code frames
     -  Analyzes research data using Microsoft Excel, SPSS,
        or Microsoft Access; tabulates data and develops formats for charts,
        graphs, and tables for reports
  • Reports to Project Director/Manager; interacts with Interviewing Supervisor, Interviewers, and Administrative Assistants
  • Interacts with clients on occasion
  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Required proficiency in Microsoft Excel; an ability to work with databases; SPSS would be an asset but not essential
  • Course work in research methods and statistics is preferred but not essential
  • Project skills include: keen attention to detail, accuracy, and thoroughness; ability to edit information for spelling and grammar; ability to develop charts, graphs, and tables from data; ability to meet all deadlines
  • Interpersonal skills include: willingness to make decisions; initiative to identify potential problems or improvement opportunities in a timely manner; ability to follow instructions carefully; ability to coordinate and cooperate with other members of a team; ability to communicate with clients as required

  • Located in the North Hills suburb of Pittsburgh, Schmidt Consulting Services is a full-service marketing research and consulting firm founded in 1986.   Schmidt CS serves Fortune 1000 clients in a variety of business and consumer markets with a specialized focus on financial services, technology, energy, and consumer retail.

  • Dependent on qualifications. Benefits include: medical, disability, and life insurance; paid vacation, sick and personal days; 401(k)

    IF INTERESTED: Send resume and cover letter detailing interest and experience to: Jobs@Schmidtcs.com

    Post written by Kelly Kane