Analytics Manager - Marketplace Startup

San Francisco, California
US$125000 - US$130000 per year

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Analytics Manager - Marketplace Startup

San Francisco, California

$125,000-135,000 + Competitive Benefits

 

THE COMPANY:

This company is a leader within the space and provide a platform that empowers small business owners to showcase their services. In the Beauty and wellness space, this platform connects customers to experts in the services they provide and streamline the booking process.

With multiple data touch points, the growing analytics team is essential to scaling the business.

 

THE ROLE:

As an Analytics Manager, you will be working closely with the current team to develop key insights on the platform. You will have the opportunity to working with different teams across the business such as Data Science, Engineering, and Operations team. As this team is growing you have the chance to pave your path in the organization and create huge impact.

 

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Expert SQL with experience working with data from multiple sources
  • Experience with Tableau or other visualization tool
  • Partner closely with senior leadership to identify what is driving the operations and growth of the business
  • Translate ambiguous data into clear, actionable recommendations for the organization

 

THE PERKS:

  • TONS of data to work with millions of rows
  • The opportunity to pave your own growth in the organization
  • Working for a business that empowers small business owners
  • The ability to be a key hire for a growing analytics team
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Please register your interest by sending your CV to Isabella Arellano via the Apply link on this or page or directly sending it


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