Urban Science Sets Tech Career Fair

DETROIT — The global automotive retail consulting firm Urban Science will host a technology career fair on June 20 at its global headquarters in downtown Detroit. The company, located in the Renaissance Center, is seeking the industry’s brightest, most passionate and creative minds to fill mid- and senior-level technology positions.

“The Urban Science team’s curiosity, can-do attitude and relentless drive to shape the automotive industry are what have allowed this company to experience 35 consecutive years of growth in the city of Detroit,” said Rebecca Gualdoni, chief human resources officer, Urban Science. “We now employ more than 300 people in the city, 750 worldwide, and are looking for professionals who are seeking a career path within a fast-growing, technology-driven organization that provides advancement opportunities for ambitious and talented individuals.”

Positions available: IT developer, IT operations, quality assurance specialist and lead, business analyst, account management and business consultant, project manager, database administrator, architect (data, software, infrastructure and security).

For more information, to RSVP or to make a private appointment, job candidates should visit www.urbanscience.com/technologycareerfair. Competitive compensation packages and relocation incentives are available.   Urban Science’s headquarters is on the 30th floor of the Ren Cen’s Tower 400. The career fair runs from 5 to 8 p.m. There is no dress code.

Founded in 1977, Urban Science is a global automotive retail consulting firm that takes a scientific approach to help companies identify where they should allocate resources in order to increase their market share and profitability in the most effective and efficient manner. With headquarters in Detroit, Urban Science serves its global clientele from offices in the United States, Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France, Australia, China, Mexico, Russia and Japan. For more information on Urban Science, visit www.urbanscience.com.


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