Health Center Data Analytics Intern
New York, NY or Remote / Full-time (Summer) or Part-time (Fall/Spring)
Join a small, dynamic team that's raising the bar for health center analytics.
Relevant’s mission is to support community health centers in their drive to
improve patient health. We do this by providing smart, friendly analytics
software, along with hands-on support and consulting to help health centers do
things like plan for patient visits, identify high-risk patients, and measure
the impact of their care. We care about feelings. We’re small, bootstrapped,
Today, we work with more than 65 health centers, located in diverse communities
across the U.S. Health centers love working with us, and our services team is a
key reason why. This team helps clients use Relevant to improve patient care
and assists them in resolving organization-wide pain points around data and
reporting along the way. They act as a resource for the health center’s
internal data team, helping them solve hard problems, sharing knowledge and
best practices, and building up their internal capacity.
Relevant’s internship program reflects our desire to invest in the next
generation of data professionals and educate them about the world of community
You’ll join a team of smart, mission-oriented people who want to make a
difference in healthcare delivery for the underserved and uninsured. You’ll do
work that is both challenging and fun. You’ll learn all about community health
centers, data transformation and reporting, EHR mapping, and SQL.
Build reports and data visualizations for community health centers.
Support new health center implementations by mapping EMR data points and
writing lots of SQL.
Develop a deep understanding of Relevant’s product and its features. Create
user-facing documentation and training material that facilitates improved usage.
Help health centers get the most out of Relevant by beta testing, understanding
and cataloging user feedback, and curating our report library.
A passion for solving analytical problems, and the SQL skills to do so.
Ideally, you’re comfortable with concepts like subqueries, temp tables, and
window functions, or have the desire and aptitude to learn them.
One or more years’ experience working with and cleaning data from relational
database systems, or other similarly messy and complex systems.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills. You’ll need to write clear,
compelling, and timely emails about complex subjects and collaborate with a
wide variety of stakeholders both inside and outside of Relevant.
You are nice, you value collaboration, and you care about helping people
provide great patient care!
Nice to have:
Experience working in a client- or external stakeholder-facing role.
Familiarity with and interest in the landscape of healthcare quality
improvement and population health management.
Experience in or a desire to work at a young company where many things are yet
to be figured out. Even better if you'd like to help do that.
Excel wizardry. For example, we'd love for you to know everything there is to
know about pivot tables.
Some experience with scripting languages such as Python or Ruby, or a desire
and aptitude to learn.
Familiarity with a BI platform such as Tableau, Qlik, Cognos, PowerBI, or
Working at Relevant
Join a small team of people (currently, there’s 15 of us) who
love delighting our users and making a positive impact through tech.
Help us build a company culture that’s friendly, respectful, and encourages continual learning.
Competitive salary, excellent benefits, 401(k), PTO policy approaching European levels, general emphasis on happiness and sanity.
We’re based in NYC but 100% remote-friendly. (Only a few of us go into the office these days.)
Learn more about what it’s like to work here on our main jobs page.
The stipend range for a three-month full-time position is $10,000 - $12,000,
commensurate with experience.
How to Apply
Please fill out this application
form, making sure that your resume is in PDF format.
We’re committed to building a diverse company. Applicants who identify with
groups that are under-represented in the technology industry are strongly
encouraged to apply.