Consumer and Community Banking (CCB) Data & Analytics:
The CCB Data & Analytics team is the engine that powers Chase with insights that are used to create competitive advantages for our business, with an emphasis on creating value for our customers.
Unifying data and analytics talent across Chase, the team encompasses a variety of Data & Analytics disciplines, from data governance and data strategy/partnerships, to reporting, data science and machine learning. We partner closely with our technology partners, leveraging the cutting edge data and analytics infrastructure they have constructed to ensure front-line impact through transformational projects across sales and marketing.
The Emerging Talent CCB Data and Analytics Undergraduate Internship will give interns the opportunity to work with our experienced team members on short-term analytical projects that deliver strategic analytical capability and/or actionable insight to drive decisions for the lines of Business in Chase Bank .
As a Data Science Intern you will make a meaningful impact by:
- Using your knowledge and technical skills to help uncover novel use cases of Big Data analytics that can be deployed at scale across the business
- Executing the analytics and prototyping the solutions: collect and clean data from diverse data sources, build and test solutions, support the plan to operationalize and scale them, etc.
- Effectively communicating the insights you uncover and proposed solutions/next steps to all stakeholders
- Building an understanding of the business and their data assets
- Working with experienced teams to deliver the best solution for the business
- Enrolled in a Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline such as Statistics, Economics, Applied Mathematics, Operations Research, Business Analytics, Computer Science, or other STEM majors with course work focused on statistics and data analysis/data science
- Attend college/university in the U.S.
- Authorization to work permanently in the U.S.
- Minimum preferred cumulative GPA of 3.2 on a 4.0 scale
- Expected graduation date of December 2021 – Summer 2022
- Exceptional analytical, quantitative, problem solving and communication skills
- Ability to work independently and to collaborate across teams
- Basic knowledge of a scripting language (e.g. Python, R) and/or a query language (e.g., SQL) with a willingness to learn on the job
- Working knowledge of MS Office required
- Familiarity with relational database concepts
- Basic awareness of probability, statistics, and quantitative modeling (e.g., regression, classification, etc.)
- Strong track record of success as demonstrated by educational background/accomplishments
Program participants will be placed in the following locations:
- Wilmington, Delaware
- Columbus, Ohio
- Plano, Texas
Duration will be June to August