Johns Hopkins University Data Analyst Intern in Baltimore, Maryland
General Position Summary:
This position will help the Department of Business Services to understand donations and identify opportunities for growth in donor engagement. The ideal candidate will be an analytical thinker, be skilled at matching business problems to possible solutions, get a kick out of technology, and enjoy working with people as much as databases.
Participates in basic development, implementation, maintenance, , support and documentation of various departmental and enterprise-wide application systems. This includes but is not limited to the installation, modification, and testing of new and/or upgraded applications (packages or home grown), operating systems, file structures, hardware, communication devices, and productivity tools. Under guidance assist in gathering and translating business requirements into functional/technical specifications and designs. Assists in maintaining databases and application system code.
May understand project life cycle. Works under supervision/guidance for assigned sections of life cycle. Examples can easily be found in existing code, methods or online. Typically concepts used are simple and standard.
The responsibilities listed below are typical examples of the work performed by this position. Not all duties assigned to this position are included:
Extract, manipulate, understand, and summarize data to uncover insights and opportunities for donor engagement, and marketing applications.
Conduct analysis of trends in Johns Hopkins University alumni web traffic usage in addition to undergraduate engagement.
Help define data goals for specific Department Offices’ growth efforts.
Influence decision-making and planning for the Johns Hopkins University Alumni Relations team.
Review data gathering policies; work with product and development stakeholders to plan new data gathering features.
High School diploma/GED.
Work experience in a professional environment including experience obtained through an internship or fellowship program is required. Additional education may substitute for experience.
Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degree credits or 18 graduate degree credits = 1 year of experience. For jobs where equivalency is permitted, up to two years of non-related college coursework may be applied towards the total minimum education/experience required for the respective job.
Preferred Job Qualifications:
You are an undergraduate or graduate college student studying Analytics, Mathematics, Statistics, and Information Technology or a related field.
You are capable (and enjoy) working with large amounts of data.
You are adept at Microsoft Office Products like Excel. Proficient in Tableau version 9.0 or higher, especially enterprise version.
You have experience with SQL.
You have experience with data manipulation using a programming language such as R or SPSS, Python, or SAS.
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities (KSA’s):
Must possess all requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities as posted in the supplemental section.
Ability to work on multiple priorities effectively.
Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.
Writes and communicates clearly and concisely.
Ability to maintain confidentiality.
Must demonstrate exemplary customer service skills
Classified title: IT Specialist
Working title (if applicable): Data Analyst Intern
Starting Salary Range ($s): 19.25/hour
Employee group (Full time/Part-time/Limited/Casual): Casual (As Needed)
Schedule (hours/days): < 27 hours per week
Employee subgroup (FLSA Status): non-exempt
Department name: UA
Personnel area (School): Business Intel & Analytics, DAR
Position Type (New/Direct Replacement/Restructured Replacement): NEW
Org unit name and #: 1010320305 (Cost center)
Reports to (Job title): Carlos Rodriguez
Duration: < 4 months
Equal Opportunity Employer:
Johns Hopkins University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other occupationally irrelevant criteria. The university promotes affirmative action for minorities, women, disabled persons, and veterans.