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Data Sales

Location:
St. Louis, MO
Posted:
March 25, 2018

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Allison

Mackay

815-***-****

ac4xfq@r.postjobfree.com

www.linkedin.com/in/allison-mackay12

New graduate looking for a company that is looking to use statistical and predictive modeling to increase revenue, reduce work flow, and increase overall productivity.

Skills

R programming

Python Programming (basic)

SAS Programming (basic)

SPSS Programming (basic)

Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Share point, PowerPoint, Word)

Competency Reports

Basic graph manipulation in Tableau

Event Planning

Experience

JANUARY 2018 – PRESENT

Intern / OCH

Assisting Chelsea West in building out the EMR database and datasets in R and SQL. Running adhoc analysis on datasets. Specific analysis still being determined as I have just finished building out the datasets. The goal of building out the datasets is to reduce the work flow from three days to less than half a day.

AUGUST 2017 – JANUARY 2018

Intern / SSM Healthcare

Using R to preform analytics on surgical site infection information to predict trends and to determine if there are any possible changes that the hospitals can make to lower the infection rate in their network. The process included data mining, cleaning, fitting, and modeling to produce easy to read graphs showing trends over the past 3 years.

NOVEMBER 2017 – PRESENT

Sales Associate / Coach

Assisted guest on the retail floor by educating them on our brands as well as the styles and sales we had available at the time; if something was unavailable I ordered it for them. I received and processed stock during shipments and transfers, including, but not limited to: unpacking, counting, tagging as required, folding, sizing, and placing products on the floor. Gift wrapping items, ordering items from previous years, and back tracking transactions based upon customer information.

SEPTPMBER 2017 – DECEMBER 201S

Brand Ambassador / Banana Republic

Assisted guest on the retail floor by educating them on our brands as well as the styles and sales we had available at the time; if something was unavailable I ordered it for them. I received and processed stock during shipments and transfers, including, but not limited to: unpacking, counting, tagging as required, folding, sizing and placing products on the floor. I put backstock, or overflow stock, in our back room. Also, I assisted in preparing the store for the day including: replenishing garment styles and other merchandise, pulling ship from store items and reserves, and cleaning the store before customers arrived.

JANUARY 2017 – MAY 2018

Graduate Assistant, Operational Management / Saint Louis University

Conducted lectures for MHA classes in operational management for Doctor Gaynor. Throughout the year I was responsible for grading student work and leading review sessions as well as reviewing and revising coursework content for relevance and accuracy. I also updated blackboard- our online database with course information- with readings, assignments, and relevant healthcare news.

AUGUST 2016 – AUGUST 2017

Clinical Data Intern / SSM Network, Saint Louis

Prepared online modules for education and training as well as presented these materials in network meetings. Promoted patient and staff education being offered and website upkeep and updates on education. Extracted relevant data from previous trainings for analysis using R and education metrics to determine successfulness of the education completed and implemented by the hospital. Used R to created regression model, generate data visuals (scatter plots, feature plots, etc), analysis and data-output for education modules and trainings, summarizing data, and predicting future outcomes based on short term follow-up data. Novel design of augmented reality modules to improve current education courses as well as patient experience in and out of the hospital.

Education

MAY 2018

Masters of Science, Health Data Science/ Saint Louis University,, Saint Louis, MO

Programming for Data Scientists, Foundations of Outcomes Research I, Analytics and Statistical Programming using R, Foundations of Medical Diagnosis and Treatment, Inferential Modeling of Health Outcomes in R, Data Management, Contemporary Issues in Data Analytics

MAY 2015

Bachelors of Arts, Speech Pathology / Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, MO

Dean’s Scholarship.

Activities

JANUARY 2017-MAY 2017

Society for Prevention Research (SPR) Research Team

Provide project support with special focus on data management, analysis using SAS, and communication of study results. Strong emphasis on accurate interpretation of the data and experimental design.



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