Disney Graduate Analytics Engineering Internship

Within Revenue Management and Analytics (R&MA), the Data Analytics consulting team leverages technology, data analytics, optimization, statistical and econometric modeling to explore opportunities, shape business decisions and drive business value. Candidates should have a natural curiosity to understand the “why” behind business performance, take a proactive role in problem-solving, be results oriented, be able to prioritize and be a team player in a collaborative environment.

Responsibilities:

Make an impact by…
Supporting the development of advanced analytic engines for Disney Studios and Media Networks. The interns help in this process by:

  • Collecting, manipulating, validating, and visualizing data in Python, SQL, or Spark
  • Performing diagnostics and root-cause analysis for anomalies found in analytics processes
  • Executing software tests, tracking bugs, and creating reports that summarize results
  • Developing analytical solutions for cross-segment clients
  • Maintaining technical system documentation
  • Performing industry research and benchmark analysis

Basic Qualifications:

What You Bring to the Role….

  • Problem solving, development, and analytical skills
  • Experience with Python, R, or Matlab
  • Basic understanding of SQL
  • Experience collecting & analyzing data and reporting on the results
  • Excellent oral/written communication skills to technical and non-technical audiences
  • Intense attention to detail
  • Ability to adapt in a rapidly changing business environment and manage multiple competing priorities

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience implementing analytical processes with Python, R, or Matlab
  • Experience performing data manipulations with SQL
  • Previous work experience in software or analytics team

Required Education

  • Current student working towards (or recently graduated within the last 6 months) a Masters degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or a related quantitative field

*To be eligible, international students will need to have unrestricted U.S. work authorization.

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