We believe in the power of data to transform how people make decisions. Our data and products help our broad array clients - leaders of progressive political campaigns and Fortune 100 companies - to make better decisions around buying TV advertising.
605 is seeking bright and highly-motivated applicants who are eager to hone their analytical skills through a paid summer internship. We’re looking for critical thinkers who work well in groups, think on their feet and adapt to novel problems and unexpected needs. Applicants should enjoy diving into difficult problems, get excited about new tools and techniques, and know how to ask for help when they get stuck.
You will develop your skills in all stages of data analysis, from collecting, processing, and interpreting data to helping prepare client reports and presentations, while making high-impact contributions on a pioneering media analytics team. You don’t necessarily need experience with predictive modeling, statistical analysis, or big-data processing; you will learn those skills on the job.
Desire to learn and develop
Comfortable with evolving goals and a fast-paced environment
Works well independently and on teams
Attention to detail, pride in high-quality work
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Familiarity with basic tools for statistics and analysis (SQL, Python, R)
Some course or internship experience in a quantitative, scientific, or engineering field
Things that will make us really excited
Previous internship in marketing or consulting
Past work with survey data, demographic and consumer data, or large databases
Experience telling stories through data visualization (Tableau, R, Excel)
Advanced PowerPoint skills
Join a mission-aligned team dedicated to delivering outstanding work to clients and fostering individual growth
Work that provides structured projects that introduce, develop, and hone relevant industry skills, while also giving space for self-directed and collaborative exploration of new ideas, tools, and skills
Exposure to a variety of high-impact business problems
Easily accessible location in Flatiron, just a few blocks from Union Square
A kitchen stocked with soda, yogurt and other snacks