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Web Analytics Specialist
Department: Information Technology
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office
The Technology Division of the American College of Physicians (ACP) is looking to hire a Web Analytics Specialist for our Philadelphia office. ACP, a national organization of internists with headquarters in Philadelphia, is the largest medical specialty organization and the second-largest physician group in the United States with more than 152,000 members worldwide.
The Web Analytics Specialist will be responsible for coordinating the retrieval and analysis of user behavior data in order to inform actionable strategy surrounding ACP's digital properties and associated user experience. The primary responsibilities will include:
- Serve as the user analytics expert to ensure that usage metrics are tracked and reported consistently and accurately across web properties, including cross-domain activity.
- Lead design and implementation of customized solutions, e.g., tag management, to meet specific needs that are not addressed with current/standard approaches.
- Serve as lead staff to conceptually integrate the distributed sources of user analytics across the portfolio of digital properties, including:
- The numerous *.acponline.org properties tracked via Google Analytics
- Mobile apps and responsive web applications
- Vendor-managed and other product-specific, proprietary analytics systems including marketing automation platforms, e.g., Eloqua
- Develop and execute a strategy for selecting and implementing appropriate tools based on specific business needs; collaborating with stakeholders to ensure that they have the information they need for actionable decision-making.
The successful candidate will have:
- A degree in Computer Science or Information Technology with at least five years of experience in user behavior data collection, analysis, and reporting
- Specific expertise in advanced Google Analytics configuration and reporting, Google Tag Manager platforms, and related GA-based tools and platforms
- Knowledge of R (programming language) for customized analysis and reporting as well as extensive experience with at least one standard visualization package, e.g., Google Data Studio, Tableau, Qlik Sense
- Demonstrated skills in working with a wide range of roles, from technology and product development teams to marketing, to elevate functional knowledge of the application of analytics techniques to solve business challenges
- Experience aggregating data across multiple data sources, including e-commerce systems and marketing automation platforms; specific experience with Drupal-based site analytics is a plus
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office
The American College of Physicians (ACP), the largest medical specialty organization and second largest physician group in the United States, is seeking third and fourth year undergraduate student interns for its Publishing Division. This division is responsible for a variety of digital and print publication products, including the premier journal, Annals of Internal Medicine; as well as ACP Hospitalist; ACP Internist; Annals Virtual Patients online simulations; and a personalized literature updating service, ACP Journalwise.
These unpaid internship opportunities are based in the Philadelphia Center City office and successful candidates will learn and assist with the production and management of our products and services. These include scientific and scholarly print publications, Web sites, and apps. Activities can include product research, media production, data analysis, quality assurance and defect resolution, and other assignments applicable to a state-of-the-art publishing business.
Interns will learn and experience the various roles and activities that make up a publishing division and be part of a team that creates and manages electronic and print products. The activities primarily focus on the key skills needed within the publishing/media industry and is structured in such a way so as to enhance learning opportunities. During the course of the internship, the intern will often partner with various publishing team members to learn about their responsibilities, tasks, and goals. Daily activities will range from participating in day-to-day business to independent work on projects.
- Participate in a range of professional experiences, including team projects, inter-colleague communications, and working in a contemporary office environment.
- Learn through challenging and meaningful activities.
- Improve individual marketability to potential employers by developing real-world business experience.
- Apply existing knowledge, skills, and experience to projects and problem solving.
- Obtain exposure to career opportunities in publishing, with a focus on scientific and scholarly topics.
- Gain awareness of resolution strategies for organizational issues and challenges.
- Students must be eligible to receive academic credits for the internship in order to apply
- Students applying should be in their third or fourth year of an undergraduate program majoring in Journalism, English, Business, Communication, Media, or a related area of study
- Interns must be able to travel to the ACP office, located in Center City Philadelphia
- Interns should be able to work a minimum of 15 hours per week Monday through Friday, with more hours highly preferred. Hours are flexible depending on the student’s schedule.
To apply for an internship, please complete our Internship Application, and submit it with your resume via email to Caitlin Frontino at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state in your email which term/semester you are seeking the internship for.
Senior Research Scientist, Center for Evidence Reviews (CER)
Department: Clinical Policy Department
Location: Philadelphia, PA Office
Contributes to all stages of the Guideline development and systematic evidence review process. Understands and applies established methods (quantitative and qualitative), standards, and procedures to identify scientific abstracts and articles; extracts information; performs analyses (meta-analysis and network meta-analysis); and drafts evidence reports. Assists with the interface between the CER and Guideline development team.
Manages multiple research projects, develops work plans and timelines, coordinates project team work, organizes and attends regular meetings related to various, parallel, deadline-driven reports under development.
Graduate degree (PhD or Master’s) in epidemiology, health services research, biostatistics, or related field; plus experience in developing evidence reviews. Five or more years of demonstrated and progressive work experience highly preferred. Must have experience in conducting systematic reviews, expertise in methodological research in the area of systematic reviews, clinical epidemiology, and meta-analysis, including network meta-analysis.