PwC: Data Visualization Developer

Posted by | September 23, 2011 | Web Pro Job Tips

Location: Anywhere in the USA

URL: http://www.pwc.com

Imagine the power of 160,000 people with a common purpose — building relationships that create value for our clients. This is PwC. Our US Thought Leadership group conducts research and delivers strategic insights for our clients. Some of the work we are most proud of includes our 10Minutes program (http://www.pwc.com/us/en/10minutes/index.jhtml) and Cities of Opportunity [http://www.pwc.com/us/en/cities-of-opportunity/index.jhtml]. We are looking to improve in the area of data visualization because our clients benefit from getting timely insights through clear and engaging information graphics. Our new data hires are likely to participate in 1-3 major Thought Leadership projects each quarter.
We’re looking for a Data Visualization Developer who can design and implement data visualizations in collaboration with PwC Thought Leadership writers. This person:
  • Can make amazing thing happen with HTML, CSS and JavaScript
  • Is likely fluent with a JavaScript charting library, like Raphael, D3 or Polymaps
  • Understands data visualization principles (Tufte, Few, Fry)
  • Has some experience with data analysis and exploration (e.g. Processing, R, Tableau, database tools)
  • Is interested in learning of new programming languages and interactive techniques
  • Is interested in creative approaches
  • Is skilled in interface design
Why PwC?
We may be part of the largest professional services organization in the world, but we pride ourselves on being the most personal. Deep relationships with our people and our clients are at the core of who we are. To learn more, visit us at http://www.pwc.com

To apply: If interested, please send your CV, a portfolio and application letter to laura.m.tu@us.pwc.com

No phone calls please. Deadline: October 10th

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