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Introduction

The Data Analyst Intern will be responsible for effectively processing aerial data within the Agricultural Department and analyzing the processed data.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Processing of accurate and timeous data and delivering quality professional services to our clients.
  • Maintaining a high level of compliance with the SA/CAA regulations and requirements by aligning all documentation and processes to Rocketmine’s ROM (RPAS Operations Manual)
  • Responsible for Data annotation
  • Daily reporting and analytics

  • Be able to meet deadlines and produce data within the given deadline
  • Maintenance of existing data science platforms within the Agriculture Department
  • Building data science support tools for existing products
  • Building and maintaining dashboards and automatic reports
  • Monitor the performance of data solutions designs & ensure ongoing optimization of data solutions
  • Support the continuous optimisation, improvement & automation of data processing, retrieval, storage & distribution processes
  • Ad Hoc duties

Desired Experience & Qualification

  • 21 years or older
  • Grade 12 (Matric certificate)
  • NQF Level 7 qualification in BSC Degree/Aeronatical Degree/Statistic/Geospatial/Environmental science or any related degree.
  • Intermediate PC Skills – Excel is a must
  • Driver’s license (Code 08)

  • Fluent in English
  • Afrikaans (Conversational)
  • Must be willing to learn
  • Various software application( ArcMap,QGIS,Cartogrpahy)

Location

RocketMine Aerial Data Solutions
Willow Wood Office Park, Block B, Unit 4, Fourways, 1685 Johannesburg, South Africa

How to Apply

For more information and to apply, CLICK HERE.

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