Data Analyst / VolunteeratEA Poland
Working (6-15 years of experience)

Master's in Insurance & Finance.

Finishing another one in Data Science.

Worked 4y as an Insurance Broker.

Then 2y as a Business Analyst in IT systems for insurance.

Currently as a Data Analyst for a marketing agency.

How others can help me

Looking for a job for an EA org that I could perform remotely from Poland.

Thinking about Charity Entrepreneurship - looking for advice. Interested in Biosec projects but also any weird idea.

How I can help others

If you need insurance industry expertise I might be able to help. Can do pro bono data viz.
I also can generate ideas for whatever you're thinking about :) 


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Who wants to be hired? (May-September 2022)

Thanks! Shouldn't write that in a hurry - that's why I didn't add Proficient English 😅

Who wants to be hired? (May-September 2022)

Location: Poland
Remote: Yes
Willing to relocate: No
Skills: data & business analysis related, but I would call myself a generalist, able to learn various skills

  • Data skills:
    • Viz & BI tools
    • DWHs and ETLs
    • Python Webscraping and APIs
    • Basic ML in Python and R
    • Basic Elasticsearch and Kibana
  • Web Analytics:
    • Google Analytics & Tag Manager
    • custom JS & Python first party tracking
  • Business Analysis
    • Jira, Asana, etc.
    • Agile & Scrum
    • Team and Project Management
  • Insurance and Risk Management
  • Graphic & UI design
  • Intermediate German, Basic Spanish & Russian


Specific cause areas I'm interested in - biosec - but I could easily work on something else.

What type of roles I'm looking for - IT / entrepreneurship related.

My experience with EA - heard about it few years ago, read a lot (mostly 80000hours) in Feb 2020, active member of EA Poland since Nov 2021.

Résumé/CV/LinkedIn: LinkedIn
Email: jakub.k.nowak@protonmail.com 

The Future Fund’s Project Ideas Competition

Yes, that too, but what I was thinking is that the votes on "whom to hire" could be used then (if you voted on the winning candidate) as shares of bonus paid out monthly.

What are the most important charts, graphs, statistics, or other data visualizations related to effective giving?

Could you provide sources to the charts you added there? It'd be nice to take into account how up-to-date it is or what's the underlying data source when we'll be voting on them :) Also I'm thinking of redoing & sharing some of these in my language.

The Future Fund’s Project Ideas Competition

EA-themed Superhero Graphic Novel / Shounen Anime / K Drama

Effective Altruism Meta, Community Building

I really like to think about that Superman fanfic where he tried to aim for 'most good'. Many existing superhero stories could be rewritten so the main protagonists tries to maximize their impact. I know non-fiction movies/documentaries were mentioned but I think the 3 types of media I mentioned have the potential to become really popular (are consumed by vast number of teenagers and (young) adults globally. It's a risk (it could be a flop), but I think one we could take. I am pretty confident a big enough budget can 'buy quality' so it would be better than average story.

The Future Fund’s Project Ideas Competition

Funding Stress/Penetration Tests of vital orgs/infrastructure

Cyber Risks, Cybersecurity

Most orgs don't spend enough on ensuring their infrastructure is safe from hackers and we should ensure that labs working on AI safety, biorisk companies, EA orgs etc. are safe from malicious hackers.

The Future Fund’s Project Ideas Competition

Internal market for (EA) recruitment
Effective Altruism Operations, Economic Growth

Open source tool that would allow companies/orgs to set up internal (prediction) markets where all employees could bet on which candidate would be the best fit and be awarded points/real money for every month they stayed at the company. 

The Future Fund’s Project Ideas Competition

What I think I'd love to see is one of the below:
- statistics bootcamps
- statistics tutoring (or more like lack of problems to work on with your tutor, my idea was to try and go through actuary exam questions)
- something like Cochrane Training (where you can learn interventions review) but more broad/general?

Data Analyst / VolunteeratEA Poland
Working (6-15 years of experience)