People Analytics Analysts

BytedanceSeattle, WA

4 months ago


Job Title

Performance & Incentives System Solution and People Analytics Intern (P&I HR) - 2024 Off-cycle (BS/MS)

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Job Overview

Join us as a Performance & Incentives System Solution and People Analytics Intern at ByteDance! As an intern, you will have the opportunity to gain industry exposure and hands-on experience in the Performance & Incentives department. Help us inspire creativity and enrich life through our suite of products, including TikTok and Helo. This internship program runs for 10-24 weeks and offers countless opportunities to turn your ambitions into reality.


To be determined


  • Participate in and support the Performance and Incentives related programs and initiatives through data analysis, insights provision, market research, etc.
  • Support the formulation, review, and optimization of relevant Performance and Incentive policies and mechanisms.
  • Collaborate with other HR partners to ensure accurate implementation of reward design and policy/process changes.
  • Support other Performance and Incentives related programs.


  • Currently pursuing an Undergraduate/Master's degree in management, statistics, human resource management, economics, organizational behavior, psychology, industrial psychology, organizational psychology, financial management, accounting, or a related major or discipline.
  • Demonstrated interest in HR Performance and Incentives functions (e.g. performance management, compensation, benefits, etc.).
  • Good logical and data analysis capabilities, with a proactive approach to problem-solving.
  • Strong communication skills and a good team spirit.
  • Must obtain work authorization in the country of employment at the time of hire and maintain ongoing work authorization during employment.

We're excited for you to apply!

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People who completed this type of internship end up in the following types of jobs

Top majors

That get hired for this type of internship

  • Computer Science14%

  • Management Science12%

  • Economics7%

  • Statistics6%

  • Mathematics5%

  • 220 other majors53%

People who did this kind of internship end up at the following companies

  • Deloitte
  • Google
  • Amazon
  • Accenture
  • Microsoft
Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Seattle, WA | $4,692/mo

  • Housing/Rent$2,442

  • Miscellaneous$1,103

  • Food$516

  • Transportation$329

  • Utilities$302


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