Data Quality Analyst- Intern

Purpose of Job

USAA’s 10-week, summer internship program offers college students the chance to discover what it’s like to work at a Fortune 100 company and leading financial services organization. Our interns deliver innovative solutions to real business challenges, and build enduring relationships with their manager and an assigned mentor. While gaining insight into the service of the military community and USAA’s noble mission, interns are immediately part of USAA’s collaborative culture. Spend your summer at USAA and gain a career where you can make a difference!

Data Quality Analyst- Intern
Manages and analyzes information using a variety of techniques and tools in alignment with USAA's Enterprise Information Standards. This role may be responsible for one or more information management function noted below:
Metadata includes defining and documenting data ensuring the information is understood. This may include working with project teams or support teams to define, redefine, or continue maintenance of the metadata.
Data Quality includes defining data quality rules ensuring data is measured and trusted. This may include working with project teams to define data quality requirements as well as ensuring ongoing assessments of data quality.
Information Lifecycle Management includes archiving and purging of data to meet the needs of the business while reducing corporate risk.
Data Security and Privacy includes managing the security of data access as well as privacy of data sharing in compliance with external regulations and internal policies. This may include working with other departments to ensure compliance to GBLA, FCRA, PCI DSS, etc.
Master Data and Reference Data includes managing key corporate data to ensure the organization can manage its operations with accurate and consistent information.>

Job Requirements

Tasks:

Leverages developing data management knowledge in support of one or many of the information management functions.  Tasks may include any of the items noted below:

Metadata and Data Quality
Begin to support metadata repository maintenance, access requests, and proper metadata association  Support team members in reviewing, validating, and recording metadata and data quality information.  
Contribute to the development of definitions, data quality rules, thresholds, and standard metrics of quality for data elements that support critical business processes.
Support development of controls to mitigate data quality risks including data quality plan development, monitoring data quality results, reports and dashboards, as appropriate. 
Begin to support documentation and update of data quality corrective action plans.  
Support compliance assessment process by reviewing and documenting failures from data quality compliance assessment checks. 

Information Lifecycle Management
Support archiving and purging activities of data as directed Support development of archiving and purging strategies and processes
Support compliance assessment process by identifying and escalating items that may be a risk to the corporation. 

Data Security and Privacy
Support Data Access security  by following defined procedures.
Support Privacy initiatives through identifying through analysis sensitive data
Support compliance activities by ensuring sensitive data is accessed and shared in accordance to defined policies and processes. 

Master and Reference Data
Support corporate data in the creation and maintenance of master or reference data in accordance to defined processes and procedures.

Minimum Education:

Pursuing a Bachelor's degree in a Business or Science discipline required.

Preferred Education:

Pursuing a Master's degree in a Business or Science discipline required.

Minimum Experience:

4 years of related experience beyond the minimum required may be substituted in lieu of a degree.

Up to 2 years experience in a data management, data quality or business application function.