Intern - Center For Country Development

internship - full time,

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN
Closed
Posted 80 Days ago
Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
Minneapolis, MN
internship - full time,
Posted 80 Days ago
Closed

Description

Intern - Center for Indian Country Development Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis - Minneapolis, MN 8 hours agoFull-time$20 - $25 an hour Apply Now Education * Bachelor's Degree Skills * SQL * R * Natural Language Processing * Stata * ArcGIS Intern - Center for Indian Country Development-259763 Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis Primary Location MN-Minneapolis Full-time / Part-time Part-time Employee Status Temporary Overtime Status Non-exempt Travel No Shift Day Job Job Sensitivity Tier II - No Credit Check The Center for Indian Country Development (Center) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis (Bank) seeks a data analyst Intern to organize, analyze, and summarize data for the Centers initiatives related to Indian Country land, homeownership, education, and business development. The Intern will support and work under the direction of CICD staff economists. The Interns work will center on the following tasks: 1. Organize primary and secondary data into standard formats for statistical processing in R and STATA. 2. Use and write R and STATA code to compute key statistics from the data as needed by the CICD. 3. Use and write STATA and R and related code (e.g., Shiny) for convenient visual display of key statistics. 4. Contribute to written descriptions of the data and database and to reports based on the key statistics. 5. Contribute to thorough documentation of the data sources, definitions, and quality issues. 6. Maintain clear documentation of all R and STATA code. Weekly hours and start and end dates are flexible, but the work is expected to average about 15 to 20 hours per week. The internship is a paid position with a salary of $20 to $25 dollars per hour, depending on experience and qualifications. Qualifications: * Bachelors degree or enrollment in an accredited post-secondary degree program in a field related to statistical data analysis preferred. * Proficiency with basic statistical concepts, database concepts, and at least base R software coding required. * Ability to research independently, find sources of data on the topics of interest, and gather and record data. * Ability to ensure the accurate capture of data from online databases. * Excellent oral and written communication skills in general, including the ability to document data sources and data problems and limitations. Preferred: * Strong preference for ability to use R packages such as dplyr and ggplot2. * Preference for familiarity with statistical analysis in STATA. * Preference for familiarity with combining R and SQL for database querying and R and Shiny for web display. * Preference for familiarity with ARCGIS and experience working with spatial data. * Preference for experience with natural language processing. * Preference to candidates demonstrating ability to conduct and write descriptive analysis of the data collected. * Preference for candidates with knowledge of or experience the legal and/or economic conditions on American Indian communities.

Skills

data analysis, economics, stata, written communication, sql, business development, statistics, organization, arcgis, statistical data analysis, education, travel, natural language processing, economic research, web

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