Data Analyst Intern, CARE (Atlanta, GA)


The Nutrition at the Center Project (N@C) was a five-year (2013-2017) multi-country project with the goal of reducing anemia in girls and women ages 15 to 49 and stunting and anemia in children from birth to 24 months by integrating maternal, infant and early childhood nutrition; water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH); food security; and women’s empowerment initiatives.

The NCDs (non-communicable diseases) in Emergencies project focuses on strengthening health systems and increasing access to health services for internally displaced people (IDP) in camps and IDP communities on the island of Mindanao (Philippines) as well as promoting positive health and nutrition behaviors to prevent and control NCDs in this population.


  • Cleaning or recoding program data, as needed
  • Independently or in collaboration with Nutrition team, determine appropriate analytical approaches/methodologies
  • Analyze project data (using SPSS or other statistical software) and synthesize results in report/brief form
  • Assist with other assigned duties as assigned


  • Graduate student in Global Health, Public Health, Statistics, International Development, Nutrition, or related field of study
  • Experience with data cleaning and recoding
  • Statistical software: SPPS, STATA, SAS (Advanced user)
  • Microsoft program skills: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Sharepoint, Publisher
  • A strong interest and skills in hypothesis testing and statistical analysis including regression and correlation analyses
  • Highly skilled in interpreting statistics, generating insights from technical documents, and communicating findings to non-technical audiences
  • Familiarity with concepts in nutrition and food security preferred.
  • Experience in data visualization a plus.


For more information and to apply, contact Katie Fahs.

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