Junior Data Analyst

Benefits Data Trust (BDT) seeks a Junior Data Analyst to implement the organization’s datamanagement and analytic needs. As part of our Data Science team, the Junior Data Analyst will generate reports to drive business insights, such as evaluating the effectiveness of our outreachprograms, reporting on differences in key demographics, and analyzing the efficiency of our contactcenter. The Junior Data Analyst will be responsible for communicating with business stakeholders to
ensure they are asking the right questions of the data and help them craft storylines from the data toshare with our partners. Additionally, the Junior Data Analyst communicates regularly with the SeniorData Scientist about the status of data requests and management staff around reporting needs.

Based in our Center City Philadelphia office, the Junior Data Analyst reports to the Senior Data Scientist.

 

Responsibilities

  • Design reports and dashboards to communicate the value of data back to our business partners
  • Manage and coordinate multiple tickets/requests for analytics and meet tight deadlines
  • Extract and manipulate data from our data warehouse
  • Create visualizations that communicate insights with minimal need for explanation
  • Explain technical challenges in an easily consumable way
  • Document and discuss issues found in any data sources, assist in resolving, and escalate them to the Data Science team

Qualifications

  • Experience with SQL required, familiarity in Looker, Tableau or other business intelligence software and/or statistical software a plus
  • Experience in Python or other scripting languages preferred
  • Capable of generating reports and discussing numerical results with business stakeholders
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to use data to tell a story

About BDT

Benefits Data Trust (BDT) is a national nonprofit that helps people live healthier, more independent lives by creating smarter ways to access essential benefits and services. Each year, BDT helps tens of thousands of people receive critical supports using data, technology, targeted outreach, and policy change. Since inception in 2005, BDT has submitted over 800,000 applications – more than any other single entity in the country – securing over $7 billion in benefits and services. BDT employs more than 170 people and provides enrollment assistance to individuals in six states, and policy assistance to states nationwide. For more information, visit bdtrust.org.

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