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Autodesk Intern, Data Analytics in California

Job Title:

Intern, Data Analytics

Job Description:

Position Overview

As a Data Analytics intern, you will join one of the teams who are focused on process improvement, analysis and documentation. Your business process and analytical skills will be instrumental in helping Autodesk scale globally aligned processes. As the organization unifies around specific frameworks and platforms, you’ll help implement new processes and tools that support the global needs of our organization.


  • Analyze processes and utilize process improvement methodologies, tools, and techniques

  • Develop, document and measure end to end process using process flows and process modeling

  • Identify and research current state processes, pain points, inefficiencies, and the best opportunities to drive improvement through automation

  • Suggest new methods to improve the experience and productivity of internal users and customers

Minimum Qualifications

  • Student must be at least 18 years of age

  • Student must be actively enrolled in a degree granting academic institution or accredited boot camp at the time of internship.

  • MS Office experience

  • Excellent communication, presentation and interpersonal skills

  • Ability to work in a team environment and successfully build collaborative relationships

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience analyzing and designing business processes and recommending improvements

  • Experience with reporting and visualization tools (Excel, Salesforce, PowerBI, Tableau, or similar)

  • Functional knowledge of process improvement methodologies

About the US Intern Program

The U.S. program runs from May through August for 12 weeks and will be remote (subject to change). All internships are paid. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to contribute to meaningful projects, be mentored by industry leaders, work alongside peers from universities all over the country and participate in tech talks and other activities designed to support your personal and professional development. US recruiting begins in the Fall and concludes end of March.

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