Are you looking for an opportunity to gain practical experience in data analytics and make insightful business decisions, this is an opportunity for you.
Transsnet Group is looking for interns who have the ability to identify problems through data and make effective business decisions.
Transsnet Group is a joint venture between Net Ease Group, a world leading Chinese Internet company and Transsion Holdings Group, a global provider of intelligent terminals and mobile services including smartphone brands (such as Tecno, Infinix and Itel) used by over 30% of Africans.
Transsnet Group is one of the first Chinese company to enter the African internet market, becoming one of the internet enterprises with the biggest user base in Africa. It provides a range of online applications including Boomplay, the Africa’s largest live streaming music platform, and Vskit, Africa’s No. 1 video-based social media platform (Read more about the company profile HERE).
Seeing the ever-increasing demand for Internet applications consumption in Africa, the financial arm of Transsnet Group, Transsnet Financial Services, is launching game-changing fintech apps in the Nigerian market to help people transact, save and borrow money. These fintech apps are designed with a modern and engaging user experience at the core to drive financial inclusion on the continent.
Job Title: Data Analyst Intern
Job Location: Lagos
- · Ability to identify problems through data and provide effective decisions for business units
- · Data Analysis support
- · Data System Establishment support
- · Precision Marketing System Establishment support
- · Support with Providing Effective Online and Offline Decision Making
- · Sensitive to data, focus on rigor, and have a sense of responsibility.
If you are interested and qualified for the position, send your CV to email@example.com. Note: “Data Analyst Intern” should be used as the subject of your mail.
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