Year Round Intern 2023 – Data Management - Division of Management - 23573

  • Federal Reserve Board
  • Washington, DC
  • Mar 22, 2023
Intern Database Information Systems Government

Job Description

The Data Management Center of Excellence (DM COE) program in the Technology Services branch of the Division of Management (MGT) is looking for an intern for 12 months to start immediately. The intern should have a demonstrated interest in working in the data management or technology project management field. The intern will support the team in their agile journey ensuring that user stories are properly documented so the definition of ready has been met and in the review and validation of sprint deliverables. The intern will develop an understanding of the division’s core functions and enhance their business skills by working under the supervision of the product owner to document and track milestones for data governance initiatives. They will also be responsible for creating regular status reports to present to executive audience at stakeholder meetings. Depending on interests, qualifications, and time, the intern may take part in additional assignments and stretch
opportunities like assisting in the development of data management policies and processes.

Technology Services (TS) Branch - The TS branch is responsible for Federal Reserve Board enterprise systems used for human capital management, financial management, facility technology, law enforcement and security systems in addition to the fingerprint system used at the Federal Reserve Banks. With a focus on technology governance, compliance, and customer service, TS strives to effectively use technology to meet the business needs of our partners and clients. The DM COE, Data Governance program was created to help manage the decision rights and accountability for data management and to encourage desirable behavior in the valuation, creation, storage, use, and disposition of information through its full lifecycle. It includes the processes, roles, standards, and metrics that ensure the effective and efficient use of data to enable the organization to achieve its business goals and increase the value of our data.

Qualifications - External
Suggested Major/Minor: Pursuing a degree with an accredited university in Library and Information Science, Project Management, Business Administration, or a related field.

Required Skills and Knowledge: Candidate should possess excellent planning and organizational skills and demonstrate superior attention to detail. Proficient in Microsoft (MS) Office including but not limited to MS Word, MS Excel, MS Visio, and MS PowerPoint. Ability to work independently and with a team to complete milestones and work towards deadlines. Able to compile and organize information retrieved and prepare detailed reports to management. Strong analytical skills to research and properly evaluate information to determine limitations, risks, usability, and reliability.

US Citizenship is required for all Board internships. Applicants must be current students graduating from their program Spring 2024 or later.

Preferred Skills: Experience with the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council’s Data Management Capabilities Assessment Model (DCAM) and Cloud Data Capabilities Management Model (CDMC) preferred but not required

Expected Hours: Minimum of 20 hours/week during school year, 40 hours/week during summer.

Location: This internship must be completed in a hybrid capacity, with a set cadence of days onsite in our offices in Washington, DC.

Required Documents for application: Please submit resume and writing sample with application. An unofficial transcript may be requested.