News Analyst Jobs in Glendale, California


2 Glendale, CA News Analyst jobs found on Monster.

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Company Confidential Los Angeles, CA
Global security company is seeking an Intelligence and Information Analyst to design and oversee 24/7 global security monitoring station located in Los Angeles, CA. Primary duties and responsibilities include: • Ability to design and lead a real-time threat assessment program engaged in monitoring, detecting and evaluating incoming information on a variety of issues such as crime, terror, politica...
CyberCoders Matching Great People with Great Companies Learn more about CyberCoders Data Scientist Los Angeles, CA; West Los Angeles, CA Full-Time $100,000 - $140,000 Posted 4/18/2014 Sam Plasman is recruiting for this position. Email your resume to Sam Apply Job Details If you enjoy BIG data, analytics, and statistics, read on! Based in greater Los Angeles, we are one of the most exciting and vis...

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