Data Analyst

Job Locations India-Gurgaon
ID
2021-7333

Introduction

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The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Healthcare Division offers sector-focused research and strategic advisory services for organizations in Medtech and Life Sciences. EIU Healthcare is able to provide high quality global healthcare data and insight. This entails a full suite of solutions, from assessing growth opportunities for industry to understanding the effectiveness and value of healthcare interventions, on both advanced and emerging economies.

 

Accountabilities

How you would contribute:

 

  • Technical Project Execution: You will be part of several project teams, aiding/guiding them in different tasks related to technical infrastructure. The main focus will be on CATI/CAWI programming and maintenance (mainly using the Limesurvey software).
    Other tasks include methodological counsel, setting up automated processes for data export, processing and storage, implementing quality control mechanisms and creating a variety of excel-based tools for content teams and project management.

 

  • Data Analysis: You will support and lead script-based analysis of projects, conducting statistical analyses / modelling and implementing different kinds of deliverables in collaboration with the content team. These include Excel and PowerPoint-based results and web-based solutions like R Shiny or Tableau apps. Most projects will be healthcare-related.

Experience, skills and professional attributes

The ideal skills are:

 

  • Good command of the R language (ideally with background in plyr, tidyr, ggplot, shiny)
  • Good knowledge of basic web dev languages (HTML, JavaScript/jQuery + CSS)
  • High proficiency in using MS PowerPoint and Excel (formulas, pivoting, charting)
  • Ability to manage tasks with a high degree of organization, conscientiousness, self-sufficiency and proactivity
  • Highly analytical thinker, enjoy intellectual challenges
  • Methodological knowledge in the area of survey design
  • Exceptional command of written and spoken English

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