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CADS Project Intern - Student Master 1 Undergrad

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Job no: 500906
Department: Provost & VP for Acad Affairs
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Student
Categories: Other

Job Title:

CADS Project Intern - Student Master 1 Undergrad


$12.00 - $13.50 / hr

Hours per Week:


Duration of Appointment:

Academic Year

Job Summary:

CADS fosters analytics and data science collaboration across a multi-disciplinary group of students, faculty and organizational leaders. Through this collaboration, CADS promises to enrich the educational experience of Miami students by developing problem solving skills allowing them to turn data into insights that will drive action.
Our goals are:
Education – Foundational data and quantitative literacy are expected at all levels of any organization. CADS educates on the ethical and practical use of data and science to solve even the most complex problems.
Collaboration – Diversity of thought leads to robust solutions. By assembling multi-disciplinary project teams which foster and enable the transfer of knowledge and skills, CADS develops well-rounded problem solvers with the technical skills, leadership ability, and business acumen to excel in the world.
Innovation – Research and the advancement of analytical techniques is critical in today’s ever-evolving data science ecosystem. CADS creates faculty affinity groups around analytics and data science topics to collaborate on funded research opportunities.
Connection – The proliferation of analytics and data science programs reinforces the importance of data and quantitative literacy across disciplines. CADS serves as the connection point for students, faculty, and corporate partners, acting as a nonpartisan liaison to identify intersections and opportunities for cross-disciplinary collaboration.

A Project Intern will work on business problems brought to CADS by Corporate Sponsors, pro bono cases, or organizations outside of our sponsor list who have hired CADS to answer
pressing business questions. Our interns are expected to partner with these industry professionals to provide holistic solutions for the company. Interns are able to apply what they have learned in educational settings to real world scenarios and to work with a multidisciplinary team to solve a problem. 

Essential Duties:

The majority of CADS projects utilize Big Data and require the use of sophisticated analytical and data science techniques to clean, model and analyze the data. Each project culminates with a final presentation to our client companies highlighting the approach taken to solve the problem through a story that brings the data and insights to life.

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience with R, SAS, or Python
Experience with data visualization tools (R Shiny, Tableau, Power BI)
Critical problem solving skills
Ability to work and cooperate in a multidisciplinary team

What if I don’t have the necessary qualifications to be a CADS project intern? Please still apply if you have an interest in working with and for CADS. We have many opportunities to help develop these skills and welcome the chance to meet with you to discuss ways to get involved.

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For questions regarding reasonable accommodations for disabilities, or to follow-up with a request, please contact or (513) 529-3560.

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