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|Management Analyst (Metrics & Analytics) InternWashington, DC United States|
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Posted: Feb 04, 2011
|This opportunity is no longer available.|
U.S. Securities and Exchange
Office of the Chief Operating Officer (COO)
Volunteer Student Intern Opportunities
Background: The mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation.
It is the responsibility of the Commission to:
The agency's functional responsibilities are organized into the Office of the Chief Operating Officer (COO), and five Divisions and 16 Offices, each of which is headquartered in Washington, DC. The Commission's approximately 3,500 staff is located in Washington and in 11 Regional Offices throughout the country.
The Chief Operating Officer oversees the operations of the SEC’s Office of Information Technology (OIT), the finance and accounting functions of the SEC’s Office of Financial Management (OFM), including financial reporting internal controls, and the SEC’s Office of FOIA, Privacy and Records Management.
The COO’s Office is excited to offer three unpaid training opportunities to graduate students in the Washington, D.C. area. These opportunities provide work experience related to students’ academic programs and allows them to explore career options as well as develop personal and professional skills. As a student volunteer in the COO’s Office, you will be exposed to the Federal, SEC and COO’s work environment.
Management Analyst (Metrics and Analytics) Intern
The Office of the Chief Operating Officer is seeking a Management Analyst Intern to develop, quantify and present internal and external information into business measurements which support strategic objectives. The major responsibilities include data and technology management analysis and metrics management and reporting.
To be successful, the candidate must have the ability to translate business strategies and results, synthesize information and create high impact presentations and executive reporting dashboards from multiple sources of data. The intern selected must have a working knowledge of concepts and principles of business metrics and analytical techniques/tools.
The candidate should have advanced computer skills in order to execute data/trend analyses and develop and prepare information products to be used by the COO. He/she should be a self-starter and posses strong verbal and written communication skills. In addition, the candidate should be creative and solutions-oriented, able to effectively multi-task and effectively partner and interact with people of all levels to obtain data required to support analyses or projects and effectively communicate and present results.
For additional information, please email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.