CANADA

Data Analyst Intern

Vancouver - British Columbia (BC),

Electronic Arts

Job Description:

The Opportunity Ahead:
As an Associate Data Analyst co-op within the DTS Analytics team you will play a key role in analyzing our operational data to improve our Development Technology and Services strategies. You will be a sharp, curious, and analytic individual who has a passion for diving into data to solve business problems. Your insights will influence how we build and verify the quality of our games.

What a DTS Associate Data Analyst does at EA:
Receives questions from clients, understands the questions, and determines the data needed to find the solutions.
Conducts analysis using statistical software, databases, spreadsheets, and reporting tools.
Designs, evaluates, and monitors key metrics.
Develops and maintains scripts and queries to import, clean, transform, and augment data.
Builds live data dashboards complete with user documentation.
Performs quality assurance to ensure accuracy and consistency for the information being delivered.
Presents analysis conclusions to clients in a clear, understandable, and valuable way.
Communicates clearly (and as often as needed) with team members and business partners.

Our Next Associate Data Analyst is required to:
Be working towards a Bachelors degree in a technical field (e.g. Computer Science, Statistics, Engineering, Mathematics, Economics etc.)
Have past verifiable co-op experience in a Data Analyst role is preferred.
Perform data analysis using MS Excel or other similar tools with a high degree of proficiency.
Visualize high readability data insights using software tools like Power BI, Tableau, or Excel.
Understand how data is stored in databases and can write fast and reusable SQL code to retrieve it.
Have a good foundation of math and statistical knowledge including an understanding of probability, correlation, regression, and classification.
Have exceptional problem solving, creative thinking, and analytical skills.
Be able to initiate and maintain close collaborative partnerships with coworkers and stakeholders.
Be able to take ownership of projects and look for new problems to solve and new concepts to implement.
Be a quick learner with an innate desire to continually learn, adapt, and develop abilities.
Be a skillful communicator who is not afraid to ask questions and brings new insights to light.
Bring professionalism in working with clients and working in a team environment.

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