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Tableau Developer Intern

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  • You must be a current student or recent graduate in computer science, health care, public health, or related field with experience in Tableau, SQL, data management, and data analysis. Understanding of health care system and effective communication skills are crucial.
  • You will work on a team to create new Tableau dashboards, visualize data effectively, automate report generation, and present results at meetings.

Off-cycle Internship

Software Engineering‚ÄĘBoston


  • At the Center for Health Information and Analysis (CHIA), we serve as stewards of Massachusetts health data, employing multifaceted datasets and cutting-edge analytics to ensure transparency in our health care system. By joining CHIA, you'll dive into health care data, revealing invaluable trends and insights, and play a pivotal role in evidence-based decision-making.
  • Our work directly impacts the health care system, supporting the development of data-driven policies that aim to improve the quality and equity of care, while keeping costs affordable for Massachusetts families. We foster a flexible, collaborative environment, offering a hybrid model that balances in-person and remote work. Our hybrid approach allows you to work alongside your colleagues in our vibrant Boston office at 501 Boylston Street for at least two designated days per week, with the flexibility to work remotely on others.
  • Join us at CHIA and be a driving force in health policy impact! We seek a Tableau Developer intern to lead projects, share content experience, and provide technical knowledge within our Data Quality Assurance Team. The expected hourly rate is $20-$30/hour


  • Educational Foundation: Current student or recent graduate from an undergraduate or graduate program in Computer Science, health care administration, public health, business administration or management, public policy, or similar field.
  • Experience: Data management and data analysis using Tableau, SQL and other tools.
  • Data Visualization Tools: Tableau and others.
  • Understanding of the health care system.
  • Effective Communication: Oral, written, and interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment.

Education requirements

Currently Studying

Area of Responsibilities

Software Engineering


  • Be part of a team: Join Data Quality Assurance team members in creating new workbooks and dashboards using the Massachusetts Acute Hospital and Behavioral Health Facilities Case Mix Data.
  • Showcase Data Visualization Skills: Using existing Tableau workbooks to enhance useability and optimize processes.
  • Create and Develop: Reports using automated report generation capabilities.
  • Showcase presentation skills: Communicate results at team meetings and agency-wide meetings.


Work type

Full time

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