Data & Analytics Intern

The Data & Analytics intern will act as a full member of the Data team, gaining valuable firsthand experience in the full data lifecycle, from strategy and tagging to reporting and optimizations. The Data & Analytics intern will report directly to the Director of Data & Analytics but will collaborate cross-capabilities with our PPC, Social, Media, SEO, and Strategy teams.

This role is ideal for a puzzle solver who enjoys a challenge and seeing projects through from beginning to end. There will be no “busy work” involved with this internship—all experience will be directly transferrable to your future career, gaining experience in a wide array of client industries within the spaces of healthcare, technical software, technology, senior living, and utilities.

Key Requirements:

The ideal candidate will be comfortable with simple Excel functions (pivot tables, VLookups, IndexMatch, etc.), but, most importantly, the ability to be independent and desire to learn new skills. Experience in the following would be a plus, but not necessary:

  • Experience in creating website tags, placing pixels, and tracking codes in Google Tag Manager
  • Ability to navigate Google Analytics and pull high-level reporting
  • Knowledge of Google Looker Studio to present reporting
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks
  • Excellent communication skills are a must, as well as an ability to be client-facing and collaborate effectively within the COMM digital team
  • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Persistent attention to detail
  • Team player above anything

About COMM

COMM is a strategically minded, creatively fueled marketing agency. We have digital in our DNA. Results in our hearts. And we’re passionate about creating stories that express who our clients are at their core while connecting with their most coveted audiences.

Whether it’s B2B or B2C, for us, it’s about stirring the emotions of the human on the other end of your message. That’s how we inspire action. You could call it a “philosophy,” but really, it’s science.

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