Senior Data Analyst

San Mateo, California
US$100000 - US$120000 per year

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Sr. Data Analyst

San Mateo, CA

$100k - $120k

THE COMPANY

A series-E funded startup out of the Peninsula is looking to grow their analytics team. This company has created an eCommerce marketplace that currently serves millions of active members. Their members are highly engaged, opening the app an average of 7 times a day! Therefore, the data they have is immense, and they are constantly trying to analyze it to improve their product - that's where you come in!

THE ROLE

The analytics org is looking to scale the team, and is hiring in the Growth, Product, Marketplace, Support and Ops and analytics teams.

  • Deepen you understanding of advanced analytics
  • Partner with business stakeholders to help them leverage data for better decision making
  • Lead analytical project and monitor metrics
  • Use SQL, Tableau, Python and R to extract data and uncover insights
  • Build and maintain predictive models to forecast LTV, churn, etc.
  • Create and maintain dashboards so stakeholders have more access to data

ABOUT YOU

You have a few years of experience in analytics and are now craving the next role where you can improve your tech skills, work with great mentors and make an impact on an amazing product.

  • Expert SQL skills (complex joins, window functions…you know it all)
  • Professional experience with Python or R for statistical analysis and predictive modeling
  • Strong understanding of statistics
  • Experience creating and maintaining dashboards
  • Good business acumen, and the desire to work closely with business stakeholders
  • Experience with growth, product, support or marketplace analytics is a huge plus
  • Great communication skills and the ability to explain complex analytical results to nontechnical stakeholders
  • Constant desire to learn and grow

THE BENEFITS:

Competitive base salary + fully paid healthcare + flexible PTO policy

HOW TO APPLY:

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

KEYWORDS:

Marketing Analytics | Product Analytics | SQL | Statistics | R | Python | Tableau | Dashboard | Retail | Ecommerce | Marketplace | B2C | C2C |

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