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Intern - Digital Products & Analytics (Chicago - Summer 2018)

Req #: WHQ00012550-KA
Location: Chicago, IL US
Job Category:Intern - MBA & Undergrad
United Airlines’ Digital Products and Analytics is a cross-functional group working on a variety of topics ranging from website design to machine learning algorithms.  We work across the company to transform the digital space into a competitive advantage.
Interns must apply to no more than two (2) of the hiring groups
  • Visualization: You’re experienced in visualization and want to expand our horizons.  You have specific skills in things like javascript, html, or D3.js.
  • Analytics: You want to help a business frame its problem, develop an analytical framework and generate insights.  You find the low hanging fruit.
  • Machine Learning & AI: Machine learning is your thing.  You want to spend your summer building a dataset and creating a model to predict something awesome.
  • Digital Optimization: You want to make our website and mobile app better.  Help us conduct A/B tests, figure out how traffic traverses our page or simply improve its design.
Application Requirements
  • Applicants must list the group(s) they are applying for by having it listed as the top line on their resume.  Please bold or have the selection in a larger font.
  • Resumes should not exceed 1 page
  • If you have a Github repository, online visualization or similar online content you believe we may want to review, please include this on your resume.
Required Abilities
  • Half-way through undergraduate or graduate degree by September 2018 in one of the following degrees: Machine Learning, Analytics, Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering, Economics or Business?
  • Comfortable using at least one of the following tools: SQL, R, SAS, Python
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint
  • Knowledgeable.  You’re learning about statistics and machine learning and want to apply it to complex business problems
  • A problem solver.  You can frame business problems and use data to inform your answer
  • Self-motivated.  If you don’t know the answer, you’ll reach out and find someone who does.


Equal Opportunity Employer – Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT

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