My engineering job was a long time coming, and I had a lot of hopes for it.
I was looking forward to a career as a data analyst in the National Football League.
The first time I met my employer, it was during the draft.
They offered me a job as a Data Engineer with the Philadelphia Eagles.
I knew it was the right move for me.
I had already been offered jobs as a mechanical engineer and a data scientist, but none of them had offered a job in my field.
That’s when I knew that I had to take the leap.
After graduating from Penn State in 2006, I worked as a web designer for an entertainment company before switching to engineering in 2013.
I joined the Eagles after a year, and this past season, I was the Data Engineer for the team’s analytics department.
When I was offered the position, I jumped at the chance to join the team and help lead their team’s data engineering.
I have to say that I have been really impressed with the Eagles organization’s data science department, as well as their commitment to its research and development.
I know that they have many of the resources needed to support this area of expertise, which is exactly why I feel like I am the perfect fit for the position.
I am thrilled to be the Data Engineering Manager for the Eagles.
My role with the team includes the development of the team analytics program and the training and mentoring of the data science team.
My job involves providing direction and guidance for data science activities, as it relates to analytics, machine learning, and data analytics.
My goal is to ensure that the Eagles’ analytics department provides data science and analytics leadership for the organization’s success.
I love the work we do.
My responsibilities include: Ensuring that the data that we collect, process, and analyze is accurate and reliable.
Ensuring the accuracy and quality of the information that we share with our partners, customers, and the media.
Ensures that our work is aligned with our values.
Ensues the data and analytics analysis process and analytics systems to support the analytics business goals.
Ensuses the analysis of data in ways that are relevant to the business, to the customer, and to the organization.
Ensumes that the analytical capabilities and analytical insights are developed in a timely manner to provide the best possible analytics for our clients.
Ensusses and monitors the data as it is collected and processed.
Ensits and evaluates our data management systems.
Ensulates the development, maintenance, and monitoring of our analytics tools.
Ensustains the integrity of our analytic products and systems.
I look forward to helping the Eagles achieve the most important goals in their mission to improve the customer experience, deliver better competitive edge, and improve their overall business.
Thank you for your time.
Michael D. Clements, M.Ed.