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Full-time and Internship positions at Duffy, Kruspodin & Co. and Lindsay & Brownell on Port Triton

15 Aug

Duffy, Kruspodin & Co. and Lindsay & Brownell have posted their full-time and internship positions on Port Triton.

The companies will be inviting selected candidates who apply for these positions for their office tours (listed below).

Lindsay & Brownell Office Tour – BY INVITATION ONLY – 9/26/17

  • Tax Intern (job #840721)

  • Audit Intern (job #840722)

  • Tax Staff (job #840723)

  • Audit Staff (job #840752)

Duffy, Kruspodin & Co. Firm Tour – BY INVITATION ONLY – 10/20/17

  • Duffy Kruspodin Firm Tour (job #840958)

  • Tax Season Internship (job #840941)

Moss Adams and Lavine Lofgren Morris Engelberg full-time and internship positions on Port Triton AND Upcoming Accounting Firm Office Tours

25 Jul

Moss Adams and Lavine Lofgren Morris Engelberg have posted their full-time and internship positions on Port Triton. They will be inviting  selected candidates who apply for these positions for their office tours.

Moss Adams Firm Tour 8/24/17 & 9/7/17

Lavine Lofgren Morris Engelberg

  • Spring Tax Internship & Office Tour September 22nd

  • Staff Audit & Office Tour September 22nd

  • Staff Tax & Office Tour September 22nd

City Internships | Fall 2017 Program Open

11 Jul

The admissions process for the Fall 2017 Global Vanguard Program is now open.

Interested students and recent graduates may apply via:

The Global Vanguard Program, like our flagship Global Explorer Program, centers around an internship placement with a leading company. It is however a semester-length program, rather than an 8-week program, and is more closely focused on students acquiring permanent, post-program employment. The Vanguard program is therefore most popular with rising seniors and recent graduates.

Places are available in London, Paris, New York, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C., Miami, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Sydney and Hong Kong.

Those interested must apply by Friday, July 28th. Early application is advised; places are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Economist/Market Analyst Position at Robert D. Niehaus, Inc.

29 Jun

Position: Economist/Market Analyst (Regular Full Time)

Company Description
Robert D. Niehaus, Inc. is a boutique customer-focused consulting firm, established in 1983 and located in Santa Barbara, California. Our specialization is regional and resource economic analysis applied to military housing programs, water, and the environment. We provide housing market data and analyses; water rate and resource evaluations; project financial feasibility and economic assessments; regulatory impact studies; industry economic impact assessments; and survey services specific to client needs. Our work encompasses locations throughout the United States and in Europe, Asia, and the Pacific. Our work improves the quality of life of U.S. military members and their families; aids public and privately held utilities in providing better, more cost-effective service to their customers; and helps government agencies at all levels achieve maximum efficiency for their program dollars. We make a difference to
those who serve America.

Our staff consists of a dozen professionals with training and experience in economics, public policy, applied research, and government. We look for and further develop in our professional staff valuable expertise and skills in applied economic analysis, econometric and statistical methods, real estate market research, technical and proposal writing, contract administration, verbal presentation, and interaction with clients. Because we are a small business, our personnel are responsible for a variety of tasks, and we encourage development of broad research and business skills. Our location in downtown Santa Barbara offers our staff the opportunity to live in one of the most desirable communities in the world. Salaries are competitive and depend on experience. Our benefits package includes professional development, paid holidays, personal and sick leave, health insurance, and retirement plans. For more information on the firm see We are an equal opportunity employer.

Duties and Responsibilities
Duties will include market research; housing market analysis and forecasting using quantitative economic modeling, statistical, and econometric techniques; mapping and graphical data analysis and presentation; database management; potential travel throughout the United States, Europe, the Far East, and the Pacific; and technical report preparation in a team context. Candidates must have a strong project team orientation and the ability to work with clients and colleagues of varying areas of expertise.

A successful candidate possesses the following characteristics:
*BA, MA, or PhD in economics with applied knowledge of housing, water, energy, and/or
environmental issues;
*Substantial coursework in mathematics and statistics/econometrics
*Demonstrated excellent academic record, measured as a high grade point average
*Strong verbal presentation skills
*Proficiency in use of Microsoft Office (Excel and Word), database management,
and econometric software.

The following qualifications are useful but not required: (a) Competency in one of the following languages in addition to fluent English – Korean, German, Italian, Spanish, Greek, or French; and (b) U.S. military experience.

When applying for this position, please submit a one-page cover letter, focused resume, and transcript of academic course work.

Mathematica Policy Research is Recruiting College Graduates!

26 May

Mathematica Policy Research is recruiting college graduates at all levels who are highly motivated to help improve public well-beingthrough the highest quality research. We seek graduates who are interested in contributing to work ranging from quantitative data analysis to focus group management for qualitative studies to project management and budget analysis.

For more than four decades, Mathematica has been dedicated to conducting objective, rigorous, evidence-based research to help improve the lives of our nation’s—and our world’s—most vulnerable citizens. Our staff include national leaders recognized for their contributions to shaping policy in:
Health; Education; Early Childhood; Family Support; Nutrition; Labor; Disability; International Development; Data Analytics

INTERESTED? Contact our Human Resources department or visit our website at  for information on becoming part of the team.

The Council of Economic Advisers is Recruiting for Staff Economist, Research economist, and Research Assistant

26 May

The Council of Economic Advisers is recruiting for all “junior economist” positions, including: Staff Economists, Research Economists, and Research Assistants for the upcoming academic year and interns for the upcoming semester.

Full position descriptions are here:

Full-time Research Assistant at Penn

26 May

The Behavioral Ethics Lab (BeLab), led by Dr. Cristina Bicchieri, is seeking to hire a highly skilled and motivated individual to work as a full-time research assistant beginning in the summer of 2017. Dr. Bicchieri is an expert in social norms and conducts research at the intersection of philosophy, economics, and psychology. Our group includes behavioral economists, psychologists, network analysts, game theorists, applied mathematicians, and philosophers. This is an excellent position for those who are seeking to be exposed to a vibrant research environment, for example in preparation of a graduate degree or a research career in the private sector. The research specialist would help out with many elements of our lab’s research activity. Responsibilities include (but are not limited to) programming lab and online economics experiments and surveys, collecting, cleaning, and analyzing data, as well as writing up results.
Please apply before May 31, 2017. The position would start in the summer of 2017, and review of applications will continue until the position is filled. Highly motivated and qualified applicants should submit a CV/resume and a cover letter that outlines research interests, skills, and experience. Be ready to supply at least 2 letters of recommendation upon request.
-B.S. or B.A. in social or cognitive sciences with a strong quantitative background (minor or higher in economics preferred) and 0 year to 1 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
-Experience programming (i.e., zTree, Python, etc).
-Proficiency in statistical methods and software (e.g., R, STATA, etc).
-Excellent writing skills.
-Flexible and independent thinking, self-organization, and the ability to self-motivate.
-Strong interpersonal skills.

-The link to the application can be found at