Digital Implementation Analyst

Los Angeles, California
US$400 - US$520 per day

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Company:

This company is a rapidly growing video streaming startup.

ROLE:

Data Implementation Analyst will be responsible for implementing analytics methodologies and managing the flow of data into meaningful insights related to business objectives. We are looking for a passionate digital analytics specialist that will utilize business knowledge, number sense, problem solving and analytical skills to develop quantitative analysis to drive cross-channel strategies.

Skills and Responsibilities

  • At least 4 years of data tagging documentation and implementation experience
  • 3 years or more of experience documenting and/or developing new design documents for iOS, Android, Adobe Analytics (web and/or SDK) or other frameworks
  • 2 years of experience in End to End app and/or web analytics implementation
  • Strong knowledge of application analytics and tracking methodologies within streaming media and/or eCommerce space (e.g. tag management & pixel tracking, hit-level data analysis, etc.).
  • Maintain and create new requirements for software developers to implement in our event SDK in collaboration with Data Engineers and BI Analysts

HOW TO APPLY

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

For further details or to inquire about other roles, please contact Charlie Austin at Harnham.

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