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Senior Product Analyst (m/f/d)
Location: Remote within the EU
Salary: € 65.000 - € 80.000
A leading Global website-builder is seeking new senior talents for their Product Analytics Team.
As part of their team, you will run at a steady pace to achieve what is aimed for. Learning best by gathering data, trying new things, and sometimes even falling down along the way. It's the lessons learned in the process that makes this company the best problem-solvers for small business owners.
As a Product Analyst, you are part of a cross-functional Data Team at the Companies Headquarter in Hamburg. We are a diverse team with broad domain knowledge and experience. Our mission is to foster the understanding and usage of data throughout the company and enable data-driven decision making.
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