At FNBO, our employees are the heart of our story--and we're committed to their success! Please see below the details of this career opportunity and how it fits into our organization's success.The Intern role is accountable to develop core skills and working knowledge of FNBO business practices and operations through educational sessions, straightforward projects, and other duties requested by the manager.
Work Hours: Summer - 40 hours/week
Spring & Fall - 20-40 hours/week
Duration: 9-12 months
Internship starts in Summer 2021
This internship opportunity is within our Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Department in the Consumer Banking Group. EDM is a critical department in our organization, managing the development and implementation of a multitude of analytical tools which enable our day-to-day decision making processes for a variety of banking products.
As an EDM intern, the student would complete several projects under the mentoring of a number of analytics professionals within the department. The work experience will be tailored to each student's area of study, interests, and prospective degree.
The student could work with one or more of the groups within EDM, which include Statistical Modeling, Marketing Analytics, Customer Analytics, Machine Learning, Data Quality, and Reporting.
Projects could include:
1. Data mining very large databases (tens of millions of records and hundreds of variables) using SQL, SAS, Python, and R.
2. Providing data-driven insight to answer relevant business questions and presenting those findings to business users and management.
3. Conducting statistical analysis using SAS, R, Python, or other software, such as building linear or logistic regression models.
Our internship offers students in quantitative science fields a chance to gain valuable experience working in a professional environment. The EDM internship program is for undergraduate or graduate students expected to earn their degree in the next 12 months.
Duties may include:
1. Attend and participate in required internship educational sessions to develop and enhance core skills, industry knowledge, and key system and process understanding (as available)
2. Work with manager to develop, implement and complete a development plan, intended to identify educational opportunities in the organization aligned with interests
1. Graduate Student or Senior Year Undergraduate student in a quantitative field such as Statistics, Economics, Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Math, Finance, or an MBA with a quantitative undergraduate degree
2. Strong Academic Standing
3. Demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills
4. Applicant would be expected to be able to work part time during the academic year (at least 20 hours/week)
5. Candidate must be able to work locally in Omaha, NE
Experience using SAS, SQL, R, Python, or other programming languages
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