- Information about the organization (e.g., type, size, location, specific division/department in which you will be employed)
Yoh, A Day & Zimmermann Co. was founded in Philadelphia as Duncan Tool Design by Harold L. Yoh in the 1940s. The company started out staffing for war production and training only to expand their customer base to include Lockheed, DuPont, General Electric, McDonnell Douglas, IBM and Western Electric before the 1950s. Mr. Yoh merged his company with Day & Zimmermann to form one of the largest technical service organizations to date. Yoh has surpassed over $500 Million in Revenue with many acquisitions just in the last decade. In recent years, Yoh has won several Staffing Awards.
Yoh is headquartered in Philadelphia, PA – with more than 75 locations nationally. I will be working in the Business Intelligence department as a Business Intelligence Coordinator.
- Job function (e.g., overall role, assigned tasks)
- Act as SAP C4C and InsightSquared administrator; adding, removing, editing existing users, clients and data-reporting dashboards.
- Perform regular data verification checks to ensure ATS data is flowing into our platform in a timely and accurate manner.
- Identify, implement and improve current processes within the organization to continue to increase revenue though data accuracy.
- Presented an idea to better utilize our Sales Intelligence System; worked with support to generate a non- production test environment to begin testing user restriction by setting up an internal organizational hierarchy.
- Coordinate with PMO teams to extract VMS data, manipulate and put into QBR PowerPoint presentations for MSP Clients.
- Assisted in collecting ATS user ideas and rates of those ideas to enhance and centralize the use of our ATS system; making it a more universally valuable tool to our organization.
- How the job relates to your major (describe how you will apply course work to the job or which course(s) helped you get this job).
This position directly correlates with my major due to the extensive and intense use of mass databases warehouses, ATS, CRMs, and other data reporting tools that I have learned about and exercised during my MIS courses. I have been able to use the visualization tools I developed in Data Analytics to tell a better story with the data I export to present to leadership. My job requires me to better processes, ensure data accuracy and coordinate with other departments to validate information. I am able to understand the flow of data in order to catch an error, or point out a more cost effective and time efficient way of performing the task.