DATA ANALYST - PRODUCT (M/W/D)

Berlin
€65 - €75 per annum + +Benefits

DATA ANALYST - PRODUCT (M/W/D)

LOCATION: BERLIN OR REMOTE WITHIN GERMANY

SALARY: € 65.000 - 75.000 + BONUS + BENEFIT

A leading marketplace App of home appliances is seeking new Data Talents for their German markets.

THE ROLE

You will be working in an exciting, international environment and contributing personally to the company's success. Challenging tasks and projects await you, such as:

  • Develop best-practices around data.
  • Manage data pipelines and work with engineering teams to add new data sources.
  • Use quantitative methods to identify opportunities and surface insights.
  • Communicate findings to cross-functional teams through presentations and dashboards,
  • and recommend product and business decisions based on your analysis.
  • Turn hypotheses into experiment designs and use statistical tests to assess the impact of
  • product changes.
  • Apply statistical and econometric models on terabyte-scale data sets to determine the
  • impact of business decisions on metrics, identify causal relationships and develop
  • predictive models.
  • Self-start, drive and take ownership of the end-to-end analysis lifecycle bringing forward
  • suggestions and impact across the organisation.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • year(s) of experience in a Data Analyst, Business Analyst or similar role using SQL and/or Python/R focused on analytics
  • Hands-on experience in an analytical role at high-growth startups, finance or consulting firms.
  • Bachelors or Masters in Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Economics, Computer Science or other quantitative discipline field with strong academic record.
  • Outstanding analytical ability, communication, and presentation skills.
  • Demonstrable experience of using data insights to drive business and operational goals.
  • Mastery of Excel and SQL and a strong understanding of data relationships.
  • Experience working in Python or R for data analysis.
  • Familiarity with modern software development practices and tools (e.g. Git, unit testing,
  • Docker and cloud platforms).
  • Understanding of marketing / lifecycle attribution frameworks, retention, and LTV.
  • Strong written and verbal communication (English).

THE BENEFITS

  • Family-friendly office hours and working culture.
  • Established business with a clear pathway and resources to grow.
  • Generous staff discount - fill your home with awesome designer gear!
  • Absolute bare minimum of meetings. Prepare for a clear calendar.
  • Want to work in a specific way? We're flexible and want you to be comfortable, happy and productive as part of the team

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Dominik Probst via the Apply link on this page.

Key Words: Analytics, Customer Analytics, Retail, eCommerce, Marketing Analytics, Customer Targeting, Target Market, Campaign Analytics, Insights, Web Analytics, SQL, R, Python, Google Analytics, Customer Segmentation, Performance Review, Value Creation, remote,flexible


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