For an up-and-coming data analyst with talent and hustle a-plenty, here comes a must-seize opportunity to turbocharge your career: leveraging data to drive product development and improvement as well as inform business decisions for a household name in television.
One of the great things about this gig is how much collaboration with (and exposure to) people throughout the company it entails. Data scientists, software engineers, digital developers, marketing pros, finance gurus, product engineers, designers, editors, business development heroes — you’ll work with them all, in many cases studying their work to understand their data requirements and then building and implementing the solutions to their business problems. Obviously the various threads of your work will center on your core talent of analyzing data to glean insights, but the spokes of that wheel shall be manifold: defining metrics, implementing A/B testing, conducting behavioral cohort analysis, heat mapping, funnel conversion, beacon integration and management, building KPI dashboards and visualization tools. Probably leaving something out, but you get the picture.
Often enough, in addition to those more automated forms of sharing the insights you generate, you’ll be called on to do so in writing, in presentations, and informally — so keep those communication skills sharp, you hear?
Hired Gun Proﬁle
Your passion for this kind of work burns brightly indeed. You find real joy in studying a business situation, figuring out what questions to ask, and then interrogating data to come up with the answers that will make lives easier. You’ve packed a ton of learning into the year or two you’ve spent in the workforce, racking up considerable data analytics experience including managing and analyzing huge data sets. You know your way around such a list of tools and techniques as to make a mortal’s head spin: Excel, SQL, SAS, Python, R, Tableau, Google, Mediamorph, Braze, Mixpanel — we could go on, but won’t.
You also happen to be very good with people; you enjoy collaborating in your work and sharing your findings with execs and peers, and you tend to preach the happy gospel of data everywhere you go.
Being a quick study is a sought-after trait here, so be ready with a story or two of how you came up to speed on a new discipline, concept or technology and promptly put it into play.
You’re on a roll career-wise, and joining this growing company’s highly innovative team will light your star up even brighter.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.