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Data Science Intern

Location: Reston, VA Department: BH - Product Management Type: Internship Min. Experience: Entry Level Status: Open

The Position

The company is looking for a Data Science Intern with experience working on a variety of quantitative projects in a fast paced environment. This is a paid internship. As a member of a fast growing staff, our ideal candidate will bring more than number crunching skills to work; he or she will bring new ideas, approaches, and solutions to serious business questions.

The successful candidate will be able to balance both short- and long-term projects in order to develop deeper insights into our readers’ habits and to support the day-to-day needs of our sales team. What’s the best time of day to send an email? How do pharmacists interact with digital content differently from emergency room physicians? How many clicks will an ad receive based on dozens of potential factors? The internship provides an opportunity to develop and implement research plans in support of questions like these.

This position reports directly to our Director of Data Insights & Analytics and will make presentations to the company president and other key stakeholders.


In your cover letter, explain how your combined educational and work experience address each of the following requirements:

Experience performing quantitative analysis in R.

Intermediate to advanced knowledge of SQL.

Ability to create and execute research plans to answer broad questions.

Proven ability to learn quickly, meet deadlines, and deal with competing priorities

The Company
BulletinHealthcare, based in Reston, is the leading publisher of digital news briefings for medical professionals, and a mobile powerhouse. We deliver specialty-specific daily medical news to more than 850,000 physician-members of the nation’s most prestigious medical associations (American Medical Association, American Dental Association, American Society of Clinical Oncology, and more than 20 others). Our expert analysts work through the night to aggregate, analyze, and distill breaking news to its core, and then deliver early each morning, in a quick-read, mobile-optimized briefing format, all the latest and most relevant stories. We deliver exceptional results to our advertisers--pharmaceutical and other healthcare companies-- and we command premiums that reflect our outstanding performance.

About Our Parent
Bulletin Intelligence delivers to senior corporate and government executives fully-customized briefings and dashboards that provide, as one Fortune 100 CEO described it, “The perfect antidote to information overload.” Clients include the leadership in Fortune 500 C-suites, the White House, and most Cabinet-level departments and agencies. Bulletin Intelligence’s expert analysts work overnight, utilizing complex proprietary software, to scour tens of thousands of sources, and distill their core findings into quick-read briefing memos. Its fee-based services come at a premium, but the value is proven with an annual retention rate of 97%.

Bulletin Intelligence is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at HR@bulletinintelligence.com

Bulletin Intelligence invites any applicant to review the Company’s written Affirmative Action Plan. This plan is available for inspection upon request at HR@bulletinintelligence.com.

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