Daniel M Sklarew [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> is the Principle Investigator for a multi-year, sustainability-focused contract with Time Warner Cable Company in Herndon, VA. This contract provides GRAships (including tuition support) for a few of our promising graduate students each year. TWCC is currently looking to add a half-time computer science/data analyst GRA to our team for the next year, as described below. If you are interested and meet the qualifications for this position, please email me your resume/CV and Mason transcripts. The start and end dates for this work will be set in consultation with the selected student, with salary and tuition support competitive with other GRAships on campus. Bob Osgood (SSA FBI – Retired) Director – Computer Forensics & Data Analytics George Mason University 703-993-5443 Engr 3255 [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> [15-003_GMUunitilogos_VSE_1line4C Small] From: Daniel M Sklarew Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 9:27 AM Subject: Graduate Research Assistant op @ Time Warner Cable Co PS If you know another Mason graduate student who might be a good fit for this position, please feel free to share this with them too. Thank you! Sincerely yours, Dann Sklarew -- Dann Sklarew, Ph.D. Associate Director, Potomac Env. Research & Education Center Associate Professor, Applied Ecology & Sustainability Science Phone: 703-993-2012 Email: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> Web: tinyurl.com/gmudms<http://mason.gmu.edu/%7Edsklarew> [GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY]<http://www.gmu.edu/> Department of Environmental Science & Policy<http://esp.gmu.edu/> 4400 University Drive, MSN: 5F2 (DK 3018) Fairfax, VA 22030-4444 Data Quality Analyst The main function of this position is to provide support to the Energy Management team in ensuring the utility data is of the highest quality and integrity. Specific Tasks Audit Time Warner Cable utility data using statistical analysis and other assessment methods to create data profiles (completeness, accuracy, consistency, etc.) This will involve conducting root cause analyses to identify sources of data quality issues and develop prescriptive recommendations to prevent recurrence. Identify anomalies and inconsistencies in the data Follow up on data integrity issues including opening and managing service desk tickets with Urjanet (utility data aggregator), and utility providers to close gaps. Knowledge/Skills Required Experience with SQL and other analysis software for Big Data analytics Advanced Excel including index/match, pivot tables etc. Experience with Tableau desktop and server applications (and other data visualization tools), a plus Strong analytical ability Understanding data discrepancies, data querying, identifying data anomalies and root cause analysis Estimated 20 hours per week Accounts for an estimated 1,000 TWC assets to start. It is anticipated that this number will grow.