TRAINING IN DATA ANALYTICS

By Maureen Andrei Lepatan

INTRODUCTION

We create data everyday. How? We, especially in this generation spend many hours in accessing our social media accounts, doing online shopping, playing games, watching movies online. Part of our daily routine includes internet and technology. By doing so, all of our hobbies generate data that are captured in various places and in different ways.

Every time we post pictures on Instagram, rant something on Twitter and post our status and photos on Facebook, we create a lot of data. There is a corresponding data point every time we comment or like something online. Imagine how many data we can generate everyday if every person of this planet accesses online.The data become closer and closer to infinity. That is why the term “big data” was created.

 With that being said, data analytics is key to handle pool of data. Analytics is about searching for clues that will enable us to find answers to our problems. We find, we analyze and we present our data.

Primary people for conducting analytics are called analysts. The problem would be that they are overwhelmed by massive amount of data and have trouble to handle them properly.

In order to be effective, analysts should master effective and current business intelligence (BI) tools that could help them to interpret the data properly and guide the companies and businesses regarding their strategies and decision making processes.

I started having interest in dealing with data when I was 3rd year in college. Before, I was a Math person. I am the kind of person who likes challenging activities and work on complex subjects. In the pursuit of my Economics degree, I used a lot of data and created graphical representations in order to survive essay crises and  loads of research papers.

Somehow, economics has the same idea as data analytics which is to tell a story out of the representations. The difference lies upon the frequency of the usage of business intelligence tools in data analytics.

Why did I dive into data analytics? It fits my personality, hobbies and skill sets. I am curious in nature and love to learn new things.  I love editing videos, photos and creating infographics and graphical representations. And data analytics made me combine all of these hobbies in data analytics. It enables me to be creative, analytical and communicative all at once. There is no wrong and right approach. I can be my own self. As long as I get the right data, visualize and verbalize them well, I’m good to go.

Data analytics gave me a sense of purpose. I think in this generation, being an effective analytics talent is what the world needs. I do not mean to disregard other jobs. I just want to be realistic about the present and the future. More and more businesses will build their companies using online platforms requiring more data analytics talents. If businesses do not adapt to the demands of the society, they will most likely fail. As a student and future professional, I need to prepare for these changes. Although I have a background in dealing with data, I need to learn timely business intelligence tools and to train myself to be a better data storyteller.

DMAIPH can help analysts and aspiring individuals who want to learn data analytics. The company conducts trainings to help increase effective and efficient analysts in the Philippines and meet the demands of the society when it comes to data enthusiasts.

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EXPERIENCE

Last September 25 and 26, I attended the training of Sir Dan Meyer regarding Data Management and Data Visualization. In a span of two days, I was able to have an overview of how data analytics works and how to use business intelligence tools to tell a story. Moreover,  I was also assigned to tasks like to welcome the guests and to assist Sir Dan in helping the participants to use Tableau since I also need to fulfill my duties as a business analytics trainee.

At first, I was really intimidated with the participants when they introduced themselves. I never thought that the people whom I say “Good Morning/ Hello” to are CEOs and various kinds of analysts in their respective companies. This really reflects that the demand for analytics talents in the Philippines is greater than the supply. When I talked to some of them, they said that companies have sent them to have trainings with Sir Dan and some of them personally wanted to learn to help their companies.

Training people is really a must to adjust in this day and age. As time goes by, more and more data are generated and unstructured data gradually increase. If data continue to produce increments, the world needs more and more analysts to handle them. In the case of the Philippines, Excel still dominates the analytics industry and is used primarily by professionals to conduct data analysis despite the evolution of  business intelligence (BI) tools. On the second day of the training, the practical application of the concepts taught in Day One were applied. Sir Dan tackled about business intelligence tools, data visualization, business dashboards and data storytelling.

I have 5 major takeaways that I want to share with you:

  1. Data Visualization is just half the job. We need to interpret the data correctly and relay the information such that a grade school student can understand the story behind the data. This is in order to create an impact to various kinds of people and encourage decision-makers to make relevant changes in their businesses. Just be simple and precise!
  2. Learning data science and analytics is all about experimentation. We shall be ready for mistakes along the way. We must continuously attend trainings in order to guide us and persistently practice on our own to obtain mastery.
  3. Companies are enchanting because people like them and trust them. As part of a company, we want to reflect the enchantment our companies have to give to the customers. Without the right strategies to be enchanting, people will not believe us leading to a low profitability and a bad reputation. We can be enchanting as analysts if we can deliver the data persuasively and we can work well with other people.
  4. Being an effective data scientist is a combination of being mobile when it comes to changes in technology and being adaptable in dealing with people.
  5. There are three types of analytics which include descriptive, predictive and prescriptive. How do we use them properly? Descriptive analytics can be effectively utilized if we want to know what happened to have insights in present trends. For example, we want to know about the profits in each month from 2015-2017. Secondly, predictive analytics is used to develop projections and provide information what might happen in the future. Expected sales can be best represented by predictive analytics. Lastly, prescriptive analytics is used to know what to do. We can use this especially if we want to build a model out of multiple sources and include many variables.

DMAIPH: FIRST TRAINING, FIRST INTERNSHIP

DMAIPH really provided me a brand new experience. Although I love dealing with data and graphical representations before I become an intern, I felt more impactful when I started my training. I got to help the participants how to navigate Tableau and had to work with wonderful people.  I was able to apply what I learned in the past and at the same time acquire new skills that will be beneficial for me in the future. I look forward to the trainings and more involvement that I can get from the company.

So far, so good.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Maureen Lepatan is an Economics student in De La Salle University and currently a business analytics intern in DMAIPH. She has a passion in data analytics especially using business intelligence tools such as Tableau and Excel. She has an eagerness to learn data structures such as SQL.

 

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NOW HIRING! DMAIPH is looking for office staff/OJT for our Ortigas office

DMAIPH is looking for office staff/OJT for our Ortigas office.

We are looking for candidates who are able to handle a variety of office roles, provide marketing and training support, assist with HR and Operations functions and/or asset with Finance and Accounting functions.

Preferably currently enrolled in or graduates of Business Management, Business Administration, Accountancy, Business Economics, Management Engineering, Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management, Mathematics, and Management Information Systems are likely candidates.

Requirements include:

  • Analytical mind, problem solving, well organized and can be trusted to pay attention to detail.
  • Good communication skills, ability to effectively communicate with senior management.
  • Conversational English spoken and written.
  • At least beginning skill level with MS Excel.

DMAIPH is the leading analytics training and consulting company in the Philippines.

Duties May Include:

  • Assisting with Payroll and making Payments
  • Delivering documents to government entities and notary/legal offices
  • Assisting with processing and filing HR paperwork
  • Attend job fairs. conferences and special events to represent DMAIPH
  • Assisting with office operations including coordinating with building management
  • Conduct social media marketing campaigns as directed by the Marketing Manager
  • Assisting with finance and accounting functions as needed by Finance Manager
  • Provide basic reporting using MS Excel

To find out more about this paid internship and training program, please checkout our blog http://www.dmaiph.com or our training partner page http://www.sonicanalytics.com

Include your resume and put DMAIPH Intern/Trainee in the subject line.

Job Types: Internship, New-Grad

Job Type: Full-time

 

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Apply via indeed.com

 

https://www.indeed.com.ph/viewjob?t=office+staff+ojt&jk=6f15c7896bf366d3&_ga=2.32287163.422507143.1535732709-1274046262.1535404486

Or please send your updated resume to meyerdan@dmaiph.com for consideration.

Application Questions

You are requested to answer the following questions in your submission:
  • How many years of Office Administration experience do you have?
  • What is the highest level of education you have completed?
  • Are you in Pasig?
  • Do you speak English?

DMAIPH HR Analytics Strategy Lead

HR Analytics Strategy Lead

DMAIPH is an international analytics firm with offices in both the U.S. and the Philippines that specializes in providing analytics themed training, consulting and outsourcing to its clients.

DMAIPH also conducts analytics training classes facilitated by our President & Founder, Daniel Meyer. Mr. Meyer is an author, public speaker and one of the most sought after analytics experts in the Philippines. Over the past 5 years, Mr. Meyer has trained 1,000s of Filipinos on a variety of analytics topics. We are currently building out a marketing and analytics team to grow the training business line.

We currently employee over 60 employees here in the Philippines who are assigned to providing customer service, email support and graphic design work for a U.S. based client. This account is a mature account, having been established in 2013. This specific role will work directly with the marketing and analytics teams of DMAIPH and support the broader HR efforts for the other DMAIPH lines of business.

The role of the HR Analytics Strategy Lead has four primary functions;

  • 25% HR Generalist (Comp/Ben, Contracts, Recruitment, etc)
  • 25% HR Analytics Technical Trainer
  • 25% HR Analytics Projects
  • 25% HR Analytics Resource Speaker

Job Requirements:

  • At least 3 years of of HR work experience.
  • Experience in the BPO industry is a plus.
  • Four-year degree holder in an HR, related course preferred, but any undergraduate experience is acceptable.
  • Intermediate MS Excel skills.
  • A strong interest in analytics; using data to driven decision-making.
  • Experience with corporate training, public speaking and/or classroom teaching strongly preferred.
  • An Above average level of English proficiency.
  • A pleasant attitude and professional appearance.
  • A curious mind. Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate how they enjoy solving problems and looking for innovative solutions.

Job Duties:

HR Generalist (25%) – serving as an HR Generalist (Recruitment, Compensation & Benefits, and Employee Engagement) for a team of 10-15 marketing and analytics employees. Will also work with HR staff from DMAIPH business partners responsible for other DMAIPH teams.

HR Analytics Technical Trainer (25%) – will work alongside other DMAIPH trainers to deliver content specifically designed for HR Analytics training activities. Initially working with content already developed, over time the lead may develop their own content under the guidance of senior DMAIPH staff.

HR Analytics Projects (25%) – will work on ad hoc and ongoing analytics projects aligned with industry and academic needs to massively upskill HR staff. Will conduct research, prepare reports and deliver findings to DMAIPH management and key business partners.

HR Analytics Resource Speaker (25%) – will be assigned speaking roles at various academic and industry events where as needed. Content will be provided. Over time will become a spokesperson and champion for furthering the use of HR analytics in the Philippines.

Please note that we are not expecting successful candidates to already have work experience in all of these areas. There will be a large amount of training, coaching and mentoring to get the Talent Management Analyst up to speed. Above all else we are looking for someone who is curious, who is flexible and who can take initiative.

Compensation:

  • Starting salary depends on experience, but the position base is targeted at 30,000 PHP a month.
  • After probationary period, health benefits and paid leave will be made available (probation can last between 1 to 6 months).
  • Additional performance based incentives can be achieved for filling training classes and meeting HR metrics goals.
  • Up to P2,500 in tax-free allowances.
  • Possible 5-10% performance bonus upon normalization.
  • Complete 40 hours of work. This is a full-time job commitment.
  • Annual performance evaluation and compensation increases.
  • Standard employee benefits as mandated by Philippine law.
  • Company lap top and mobile phone may also be provided.

Location:

This position is primary office based, but will be able to work remotely a significant % of the time once past probationary status. There will be a need to go into the field to attend job fairs, DMAIPH training events and occasional conference and workshops. There may also be a need to report to our Ortigas office for meetings and trainings. During the onboarding and probationary period, the HR Analytics Strategy Lead may be required to come into the office regularly until they are fully up to speed.

Interested applicants please send your resume and contact details directly to me at danmeyer@dmaiph.com

Worried Your Call Center Job Might Be Taken by a Robot? You should be.

http://news.abs-cbn.com/business/05/12/17/bpos-gearing-up-for-impact-of-artificial-intelligence-on-industry

I shared this article on an FB group and got a lot of inquires from people who are indeed seeing an opportunity to move from a call center job to a Data Science and Analytics (DSA) job.

Most of the questions revolved around how to transition.

Want to get Data Science and Analytics Training. Not sure how, here are some tips!

  1. Self-Teach a Skill. (YouTube has thousands of free resources)
  2. Volunteer at Work. (Find out what skills are in demand in your company and ask if you can help)
  3. Take a Training Class (there are a lot of public training classes out there, including some that DMAIPH does).
  4. Read a Book (Experts share a lot… like my book Putting Your Data to Work: An Analytics Guidebook for Filipino Professionals)
  5. Find a Mentor (Jedi Knights start as an apprentice, so do many analysts and data scientists)
  6. Join a Group (there are a lot of meet up groups like Data Science Philippines you can use to network)
  7. Go Back to School (a few dozen schools here in the Philippines are either already offering data science an analytics programs are kicking them off soon)
  8. Follow a Blog. (Besides reading books, there are a lot of good ideas shared on blogs like mine, dmaiph.com)
  9. Become a Member (join associations like aap.ph aka Analytics Association of the Philippines)

Another question that came up often was, “What should you learn first?”

Find a tool, technique or technology that is high demand and fits your interests and aptitude. The best way to find out what to focus on is do a job search for the kind of job you want and look at the requirements. For newbies some of the in demand skills are

  • SQL (the most widely used language used for data analytics)
  • Microsoft Excel (if you know pivot tables, simple formulas and can make decent visuals you will be in high demand)
  • Tableau (a free version called Tableau Public can be downloaded and is easy to learn)
  • R (the most widely used tool for predictive analytics and data science and its free)

And then a lot more people added me on FB, hoping to network and find new opportunities. Thats a good tip too. Networking is key.

DMAIPH offers a wide range of analytics centric training solutions for professionals and students via public, in-house, on-site, and academic settings. We tailor each training event to meet the unique needs of the audience.

jobspicture2If you need empowerment and skills enhancement to optimize the use of analytics in your organization, we are here to help. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to set up a free consultation to learn which of our DMAIPH analytics training solutions is best for you.

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Also if you own or manage a call center, we can help. In fact, DMAIPH has successfully set up Filipino analytics teams for over a dozen U.S. based businesses. Offering both virtual and office based teams that specialize in problem solving using data, new technology and analytics techniques is our strength.

Finding and empowering analytics talent is increasingly challenging, but we have mastered Surfing Into The Storm and can show you how to succesfully set up a team. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn more about how to set up an analytics-centric team in the Philippines.

DMAIPH Analytics Apprenticeship Program Starts May 15, 2017

Analytics Apprenticeship Program Starts May 15, 2017

This is a 3-6 month, paid apprenticeship program that will provide in-depth and hands on training with a range of analytics skills needed across various industries today. At the end of the apprenticeship, you will a very strong change of staying with DMAIPH or being referred to one of our key business partners.

We are looking for 3-4 highly motivated, tech savvy, young professionals or fresh grads to join our program. Past apprentices have gone on to have successful analyst careers in a wide range of companies including HP, Emerson, Citibank, Wells Fargo and

Skills all analysts will learn

  • How to apply the DMAI methodology of business analytics
  • Advanced Excel Skills like Pivot Tables, Marcos, Formulas and Data Visualization
  • Using Tableau for Business Dashboards
  • Using SQL and R for Predictive Analytics
  • The key aspects of Data Storytelling

In addition, each track will focus on specific skill sets including but not limited to:

  1. Business Analyst
  • Analytics Assessment Facilitation
  • Project Planning and Documentation
  • Management Metrics Reporting
  1. Finance Analyst
  • Financial Forecasts
  • Budget Planning
  • Expense Tracking & Reporting
  1. Events Management Analyst
  • Competitor Intelligence
  • Market Research
  • Lead Generation, Tracking and Reporting

Compensation package is dependent on experience and skills, but in the range of P20,000 a month.

Interested applicants should send an updated resume to danmeyer@dmaiph.com as well as plan on attending a group interview exercise on April 29 in Ortigas.  Group interviews will be held from 10am-12noon and from 5pm-7pm at Unit 1704 Prestige Tower on Emerald Ave (F. Ortigas Jr. Rd) at the office of IBA.

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Analytics Jobs – DMAIPH hires, refers and connects Filipino analytics talent. The Philippines is at the center of the action when it comes to solutions to the global need for analytics. Working with DMAIPH to find work, hire analytics talent or set up analytics teams will ensure you are tapped into the best of the best when it comes to analytics in the Philippines. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to find out how to take advantage of this booming opportunity.

HR & Recruitment Analytics: Win The Talent War (Mar 28 in Ortigas)

Updated 11/19/16

It’s pretty clear to anyone who is paying attention that the current talent acquisition challenges facing BPO’s in the Philippines is getting worse at an alarming pace.

This trend is echoed across the planet as we have had a global failure in approaches to preparing the youth for the careers we need them to fill. There are several initiative underway in the Philippines to address this, but at this point its just a drop in the bucket when you look at the projections for talent with analytics skills, management potential and a strong work ethic.

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Check out our next training on March 14 in Ortigas. Here is the link >>>

I recently came across this post on LinkedIn that outlined 5 things that we need to work together to do to make sure the generation hitting the workforce now and especially the generation now in school, ready for prime time.

The talent shortage is particularly serious at the middle-management level as companies dither over how to develop high-potential entry-level employees into more senior roles within their organisations.

Solving it requires planning for the long-term and building a talent investment strategy into the corporate culture, which suggests that solving the talent shortage calls for new thinking, new approaches, and collaboration on an industry-wide scale.

Relying on the traditional education path – universities – to fill the talent needs won’t work because that will take years. We a faster solution – one that combines a multi-pronged approach, and one that is collaborative across all players in the business.

The article concludes with five ways of helping to solve the talent crisis threatening companies small and large all across the globe.

  1. Industry collaboration: Industry leaders joining forces to work with universities, colleges and trade associations to develop specific education programs to fill the expected openings.
  2. Expanded in-house and external education options: A growing number of firms are developing their own education programs making full use of senior existing internal expertise.
  3. Job rotation programs: A ‘talent exchange’ rotation to promote cross-functional development, which would also keep employee interest.
  4. Formalised knowledge transfer: Capturing people’s knowledge before it “literally walks out of the door” into retirement.
  5. Becoming an employer of choice: Taking steps to ensure that the company is an attractive place to work by providing competitive salaries linked to a valued career path.

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DMAIPH can help you by consulting with your management team on how to get ahead of the curve, by providing training to your team on how to optimize your talent acquisition an retention programs and/or by providing you with talent to fill your open positions.

HR & Recruitment Analytics – The recruitment and retention of top talent is the biggest challenge facing just about every organization. You really have to Think Through The Box to come up with winning solutions to effectively attract, retain and manage talent in the Philippines today.

DMAIPH is a leading expert in empowering HR & Recruitment teams with analytics techniques to optimize their talent acquisition and management processes. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to learn how to get more analytics in your HR & Recruitment process so you can rise to the top in the ever quickening demand for top talent.

I Have Always Admired People Who Have “Grit”!

DMAIPH hires, refers and connects Filipino analytics talent. The Philippines is at the center of the action when it comes to solutions to the global need for analytics. Working with DMAIPH to find work, hire analytics talent or set up analytics teams will ensure you are tapped into the best of the best when it comes to analytics in the Philippines. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to find out how to take advantage of this booming opportunity.

In short we are looking for a people who have grit!

http://www.forbes.com/sites/margaretperlis/2013/10/29/5-characteristics-of-grit-what-it-is-why-you-need-it-and-do-you-have-it/

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Came across this interesting Forbes article. What makes up “grit”?

1. Courage

2. Conscientiousness 

3. Follow Through

4. Resilience

5. Excellence

Yeah, I got those. 🙂

So do most of the people who I surround myself with.

Grit is something that got me to where I am and will get me to where I’m going.

Do you have grit?

DMAIPH specializes in arming the Data-Driven Leader with the tools and techniques and the grit they need to build and empower an analytics centric organization. Analytics leadership requires a mastery of not just analytics skill, but also of nurturing an analytics culture. We have guided thousands of Filipino professionals to become better analytics leaders. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to discuss a uniquely tailored strategy to ensure you are the top of your game when it comes to Analytics Leadership.

DMAIPH Help Wanted > Curiosity Above All Else

DMAIPH hires, refers and connects Filipino analytics talent. The Philippines is at the center of the action when it comes to solutions to the global need for analytics.

Working with DMAIPH will ensure you are tapped into the best of the best when it comes to analytics in the Philippines.

This is far more then just a simple office job and much more rewarding then your typical customer service or call center job.

Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to find out how to take advantage of this booming opportunity.

We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Office Based (in Ortigas)

  •  1 Senior Marketing Analyst1 to oversee company branding, training materials, and social media content publications. Potential opportunity to work partly from home. (Pay range is 25-30K depending on experience)
  • 1 Junior Marketing Analysts/Admin Assistants to assist with trainings, social media marketing and administrative office duties. (Pay range is 10-23K depending on experience)
  • 1 Hybrid Marketing/Recruitment Analyst to assist with recruitment when we have openings and to spend the rest of time on internet research, social media marketing and assisting with training.  (Pay range is 18-25K depending on experience)

All positions come with government mandated benefits, a competitive salary based on experience and with a large degree of job flexibility.

However, fresh grads, undergrads and even high school grads are encouraged to apply. DMAIPH does not discriminate based on age, appearance or social status.

To join the  DMAIPH team, send a resume now to analytics@dmaiph.com

If you are a curious person by nature, we want you!

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Analytics is the application of using data and analysis to discover patterns in data. DMAIPH specializes in empowering and enabling leaders, managers, professionals and students with a mastery of analytics fundamentals. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to find out what we can do to help you acquire the analytics mastery you and your organization need to be successful in today’s data-driven global marketplace.

7 Reasons for Filipinos To Get into Analytics Right Now

Some people ask why did I come to the Philippines.

Why did I leave a great analytics career at Wells Fargo and move 6,000 miles away to set up a business?

Was it just for the money? What really motivated me?

Am I worried about the current political forces that can potentially divide my home country and my adopted country?

Am i really gonna stick it out with the Philippines?

Well the answer to all those questions is simple. For the past 5 years I have worked to help empower Filipinos with more analytics. I will keep doing it as long as I can because I have faith in this country, the Filipino people and my ability to make a difference.

Below are 7 reasons why I believe what I believe. And these have held true for the past 5 years and will most certainly hold true for at least the next 5 years.

7 Reasons for Filipinos To Get into Analytics Right Now

  1. Huge Growth Opportunity
  2. Awesome Salaries
  3. Global Demand
  4. Empowers Curiosity
  5. Technology Driven
  6. Unlock Your Potential
  7. The Sky is the Limit

I will write a series of blog posts with more detail on each of the 7 points, but the bottom line is that for someone like me who has a passion for teaching analytics, there is no where in the world better to be.

The Huge Growth Opportunity of Analytics in the Philippines. I see this an undeniable fact  that both global and domestic forces are pushing the Philippines forward to new types of jobs and new skills sets that will likely continue to boom.

The Awesome Salaries Filipino Analytics Professionals Can Earn. There is a lot of money to be made if you are a data geek and the amazing rise in salaries and the salaries being offered to fill new positions are very high. The need for analytics talent is driving a buyer’s market.

The Global Demand for Analytics Talent is Looking at the Philippines Right Now. There just aren’t enough people across the globe who can do analytics well. Like with call centers and with OFWs the Philippines is considered a top potential source of talent.

Filipino Companies Who Get Analytics Empower Curiosity. When you come across a domestic company that understand analytics you find truly engaged employees. They know they are valued because the see the data and it empowers them to be curious and to think outside the box.

Filipinos with an Affinity for Technology are Natural Born Analysts. Social Media, Programming, IT. Computer Science… there are a number of factors at play that imbue the millennial workforce with a penchant for working with data to solve problems.

Analytics Careers in the Philippines can Unlock Your Potential. The need to fill all levels of analytics jobs creates opportunities for quick advancement. It its generally merit based, so the harder you work the more opportunity you can create for yourself.

The Sky is the Limit for Analytics in the Philippines. There is no where to go but up. On both a country wide as well as an individual level, there is really no hard ceiling on what we can do. It really is completely up to us how high we go.

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General Analytics – Analytics is the application of using data and analysis to discover patterns in data. DMAIPH specializes in empowering and enabling leaders, managers, professionals and students with a mastery of analytics fundamentals. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to find out what we can do to help you acquire the analytics mastery you and your organization need to be successful in today’s data-driven global marketplace.

Web Content Analyst/Jr. Graphic Designer – Home Based

DMAIPH is looking for (3) Web Content Analysts/Jr. Graphic Designers. These hybrid positions are predominately home based, full-time positions. Ability to attend training, meetings and team activities in our office in Ortigas Center, Pasig City, Metro Manila is also required.

Set schedule with weekends off.

Probable shifts are 4pm-12:30am, 6pm-230am, 8pm-4:30a, Monday PM/Tuesday AM to Friday PM/Saturday AM.

Web Content Analysts will work for a U.S. Based client that has an e-commerce site dedicated to online sales of baby and infant related products including clothes, accessories and merchandise.

Ideal Hires Would Be

  • People who know social media, having good typing with low error rate, basic excel skills, project management experience, decent English
  • Possibly one will be a graphic designer as well to source, resize and clean up images so have complete and accurate product catalog.

This is a non-voice, back office role, but applicants with call center experience a plus.

Duties include:

  • Data Validation using product web sites.
  • Data Encoding into a master google document.
  • Analysis of product web sites for additional items to be added.
  • Validate historical data of products already listed on the web site and/or database.
  • Web Content publishing using client publishing tool
  • Basic graphic design experience with ability to crop pictures and adjust file size.

Successful candidates will be able to demonstrate a strong work ethic who can follow directions, can complete their assigned shift on time every day and have good time management skills.

Work quality is the most important aspect of the job, so attention to detail and ability to accurate encode product data is a must.

Requirements:

  • At least a basic comfort using Microsoft Excel/Google Docs for data encoding.
  • Previous work experience in customer service, officer work of service crew preferred.
  • An interest, if not experience in graphic design.
  • Able to take directions in English.
  • A pleasant attitude and professional appearance.
  • A working computer/laptop that can access the internet consistently.
  • Home Internet access

Compensation:

  • Total monthly compensation around P20,000 for a predominately work from home position.
  • Starting salary depends on experience, but the position base is P16,000 a month.
  • After six-month probationary period, health benefits and paid leave will be made available.
  • Additional performance based incentives can be achieved. Up to P3,000 a month.
  • Up to P1,000 in tax-free internet.
  • Possible 5-10% performance bonus upon normalization.
  • Complete 40 hours of work. This is a full-time job commitment.
  • Annual performance evaluation and compensation increases.
  • Standard employee benefits as mandated by Philippine law.

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Analytics Jobs – DMAIPH hires, refers and connects Filipino analytics talent. The Philippines is at the center of the action when it comes to solutions to the global need for analytics. Working with DMAIPH to find work, hire analytics talent or set up analytics teams will ensure you are tapped into the best of the best when it comes to analytics in the Philippines. Contact DMAIPH now at analytics@dmaiph.com or connect with me directly to find out how to take advantage