Healthcare Data Analyst Intern
St. Paul, MN US
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Job/Internship Description
Postion Purpose

This internship offers students the opportunity to apply data analytics skills to real-world situations related to Gillette's strategic objectives. The Healthcare Data Analyst Intern will work with Business Planning and Development and other staff on projects and activities that relate to their knowledge and skills. The intern will help identify correlations leading toward better patient outcomes and reduced cost of care, create and test forecasting models, identify analytic opportunities, and analyze existing programs.

Throughout the program, interns gain familiarity with the operations of a specialty children's hospital, and have the opportunity to learn through project work. Interns may also participate in programs available through our Education Department and engage in observational experiences throughout the organization. The program is eight weeks of part-time paid employment.

The internship is supervised by the Strategic Planning and Market Intelligence Analyst under the direction of the Vice President of Institutional Advancement.

*Note: This is an internship and not an ACHE residency or fellowship program.

Qualifications

Currently pursuing Bachelor's Degree in a quantitative field, such as Engineering, Mathematics,
  • Statistics, or Computer Science
  • Minimum 3.0 GPA or in good standing
  • Experience with SQL and/or R.
  • Experience with predictive modeling, multi-regression, decision trees, and cluster analysis.
  • Understanding of experimentation, hypothesis testing and causal inference
  • Experience with BI reporting and data visualization tools such as MicroStrategy, Power BI,
  • Tableau, Qlikview or Domo
  • Experience in data visualization and producing meaningful metrics for business operations.
  • Ability to frame loose business problems and turn them into concrete recommendations
  • Ability to thrive in a fast paced, high throughput environment
  • Proven ownership abilities and can deliver results with a sense of accountability and proactivity
  • Ability to effectively communicate and present findings to leadership and peers
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to partner and earn the trust of constituents
  • Functional in Microsoft Office programs
  • Ability to speak and write clearly and concisely
  • Able to maintain strict confidentiality

  • Preferred:
    • Applied work experience in BI, Analytics and/or Data Science
    • Proven track record of leveraging data science and big data to drive significant business impact
    • Strong Excel and PowerPoint skills

     

    Position Summary
    Start Date
    As soon as possible
    Employment Type
    Part Time
    Period of Employment
    Open
    Type of Compensation
    Paid
    College Credits Earned
    No
    Tuition Assistance
    No
    Required Student Status
    Open
    Preferred Majors
    Other
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