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Statistician II
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Statistician II Full-time; benefitted.

Berkshire Community College offers the following career opportunity to a bold academic leader who wants to become part of a dynamic team. As the first community college in Massachusetts, we are creating the future through the growth of our programs, infrastructure, and mission. Help us transform the lives of our students, while supporting the economic and cultural vitality of Berkshire County. 

Berkshire Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution.

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BCC currently offers 34 associate degree and 13 certificate programs, including options and concentrations. In addition, the office of LifeLong Learning offers a wide range of noncredit courses and workshops. The college's Business and Industry Development team provides on-campus and on-site customized training programs for local and regional companies. Most of the college's programs of study can be classified as one of the following: Transfer Programs: These programs parallel the first two years of similar programs at most public and private baccalaureate institutions and provide a solid basis for transfer with advanced standing. The advantages of beginning these programs at BCC before transferring to a baccalaureate institution include such items as smaller classes, personal attention, and cost. There is also some evidence to suggest that students who begin their post-secondary education at a community college tend to do better than their counterparts who start at a baccalaureate institution. Career Programs: These programs are designed to provide the theory and technical skills needed for entry into the job market immediately after graduation. Individual courses within these programs may transfer into related programs at baccalaureate institutions. General Studies Program: This program (Liberal Arts) is primarily designed for students who have not yet decided on a particular field of study, as well as students who have already chosen a program and college or university to which they plan to transfer. In either case, the program provides a flexible curriculum that combines a core of transfer courses with an opportunity to explore various occupational courses through free electives. The Joint Admissions Program and Massachusetts Transfer Compact between BCC, the University of Massachusetts, and other state colleges in Massachusetts make it easy to transition to these public institutions. BCC's career development and transfer counselors help students to set their goals for the future. Faculty members and personal counselors assist students with questions and problems, while the office of Student Life sponsors many clubs and cultural events.