DAA | Virtual Career Fair
Date(s): January 26, 2022
Time: 1:00 PM EST - 4:00 PM EST
The Digital Analytics Association is THE voice for digital analytics professionals. We are the conduit for you to meet with employers who need and want your skills, and educators who can teach you with additional skills!
The DAA Virtual Career Fair easily connects you – in real-time – with employers and universities from the comfort of your home or office via desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Taking place completely online, the virtual career fair allows you to:
- Explore career opportunities available to you in all areas of the field
- Engage directly with employers and universities online via dynamic one-on-one web chats in each booth
- Make new connections and broaden your network directly from your home or office
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DAA Webinar | Steps to Prepare for an Analytics Job Interview
Date(s): January 26, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM EST - 1:00 PM EST
Data analytics job search can be stressful. A lot needs to be prepared, especially if you are new to the job market or on a tight schedule. In this talk, the speakers will share some tips and ideas that you can use to land your dream analytics job.
He will be focusing on some of the typical interview questions and how to prepare those questions. And ways to assess the organizational fit.
Upon completion of this program, participants will:
- Know how to modify your resume to match the role you are applying for
- Understand how to prepare for interviews
- Know how not to discount yourself...you are in that interview for a reason
- Know how to 'stay on the freeway' during the interview process
- Know how now what some of the typical questions are that are asked during a data analyst job interview
- Understand what a data analyst job interview process looks like
Think of me as your Leo McGarry from West Wing or your Tom Hagen from The Godfather, your Strategy Administrator.
Here's what I bring to the table:
- 17 years of experience building relationships with CIO's, VP's and Directors.
- More years than you can shake a stick at with regards to talent management, working with ‘challenging employees’, and truly finding, nurturing and KEEPING A players before they even think of leaving. I have the know-how to structure roles so that the people you want to stick around do, and the people you don't want leave…plain and simple.
- Reduction of Resource Risk. I have PERSONALLY SPOKEN TO roughly 3,000 candidates over the last several years, I know what they are good at, and what they aren't good at.
- Relationships – yes, honest to goodness relationships – with hundreds of CIO's…these are not individuals that I just met for lunch one day, they are individuals I have known – personally – for, in some cases, 10 years or more.
- The ability to speak technology to the business side of the house and business to the technology side of the house so that the big stuff is digestible into morsels.
- Communication…this is ALL I HAVE DONE to both technologists, CIO's, CFO's, and CEO's for my entire career…I have been that primary customer-facing individual communicating good news and bad for my entire career…this brings to the table how to delicately tell someone something they don't want to hear without throwing people under the bus and without losing face.