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Innovation Data Analytics & Insights Intern

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Work Type: Paid Internship  
Locations:   Remote Internship, Option for Hybrid at various K-C locations
Dates: May – August 2023 
Role Expectations 
The Innovation Data Analytics & Insights Intern will promote a culture of Innovation, Transformation, and Disruption (ITD) within Kimberly-Clark’s Global Business Services (GBS) organization.  Work with cross-functional teams across a global enterprise to support adoption of innovation framework initiatives and contribute with analytics and insights to accelerate value realization.  The Innovation Data Analytics & Insights Intern will: 

  • Learn and connect about GBS Service Lines such as Order to Cash, Procurement to Pay, Treasury, Record to Reporting  
  • Collaborate with project team to design and implement end-to-end data analytics solutions  
  • Use analytics to identify and evaluate potential performance improvement or value-add opportunities  
  • Develop communication plan to spread innovation content by leveraging communication skills and design tools 
  • College student pursuing a degree in Business Administration, Finance, or a related field with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher  
  • Previous relevant learning or work experience desired  
  • Curiosity and drive to solve business issues with data   
  • Creativity to unlock business solutions and Influence to be go-getters 
  • Analytical, agile problem solver able to learn quickly  
  • Intermediate PowerBI, PowerQuery, DAX, M, Excel and related knowledge  
  • Ability to combine low maturity data sets (flat files with differing schemas vs. data pulled from robust API)  
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills 
  • Strong organizational and multi-tasking skills  
  • Ability to work full-time (40 hours/week May to August)  
  • Authorized to work in the U.S. on a regular full-time basis  
  • SharePoint experience
  • Power Platform skills desired but not required 
  • Design thinking and storytelling and intermediate experience with Filmora, Photoshop, PowerPoint, or other related design tools