Customer Behavior and Analytics Intern
WebFilings LLC - Ames, IA

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WebFilings is seeking a talented and creative individual to join our data-driven Customer Behavior and Analytics team, as an Analytics Intern. In this position, the projects you work on will be helping the organization identify trends in customer behavior and experience. At WebFilings, we greatly value our data, both internal and public, and use it to make better business decisions and develop better products for our customers. Through this position, you will get hands-on experience with analytics using real data such as sales, financial, customer behavior, web logs, and many others. You will also learn how to understand data and synthesize answers to real questions using data. Your responsibilities will include: data cleaning, data mining, research, writing analytical reports, etc. What we are looking for: If you are someone who has an endless desire to learn new things, or wants to have real-world experience as a data analyst, you are looking at the right job post. Here are some other points that might help you understand whom we are looking for: You have a desire to learn your strengths and prove what you’ve got You are not afraid to find and improve your weaknesses You get called picky, nerdy or geeky Your are great at tracking down and finding information You are able to find answers on your own, yet not afraid to ask questions when you get stuck You are technically savvy and highly proficient in analytical/statistical tools or programming languages (MS Office, especially Excel, is required) You have excellent interpersonal, communication, and collaboration skills
What you need: The right candidate will likely be a senior, graduate student, or recent graduate pursuing a career in analytics. Bonus points: Pursuing a degree in Computer Science, Customer Behavior, Finance, or a related field While it’s preferable to have taken some statistical or methodology courses previously, especially in applied statistics, it is not required as long as you have strong critical thinking skills and a willingness to learn