Remote product analyst/data scientist jobs in 2021

We, at Turing, are looking for product analysts/data scientists who can work in a data-driven environment, loves to identify patterns and insights to improve the products that in turn benefit the business. Come and be a part of the top 1% of product analysts and grow with the best minds.

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Job description

Job responsibilities

  • Work closely with PMs to drive product improvements through data-driven decisions
  • Conduct analysis to determine new project pilot settings.
  • Present insights and recommendations to leadership (Business and Technical) using high-quality visualizations and concise messaging
  • Own the implementation of data collection and tracking, and coordinate with the engineering and product team
  • Work closely with PMs to drive product improvements through data-driven decisions
  • Conduct analysis to determine new project pilot settings.
  • Present insights and recommendations to leadership (Business and Technical) using high-quality visualizations and concise messaging
  • Own the implementation of data collection and tracking, and coordinate with the engineering and product team
  • Create and maintain dashboards for product and business teams
  • Communicate the results of analyses to leadership teams to influence the strategy
  • Lead and own the analysis of highly complex data sources, identify trends and patterns in data, and provide insights/recommendations based on analysis results

Minimum requirements

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, IT, or relevant field
  • 2+ years experience in analytics as a data scientist or product analyst
  • Strong data, statistics, and analytical skills with a good grasp of SQL and metrics
  • Experience with Root cause analysis and creating and maintaining dashboards
  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, IT, or relevant field
  • 2+ years experience in analytics as a data scientist or product analyst
  • Strong data, statistics, and analytical skills with a good grasp of SQL and metrics
  • Experience with Root cause analysis and creating and maintaining dashboards
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills with the ability to present ideas in a clear, concise way
  • Ability to translate structured and unstructured problems into analytical frameworks

Preferred skills

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced start-up environment, learn on the job and get things done
  • Experience with one of the visualization tools like Mode or Looker is a plus
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced start-up environment, learn on the job and get things done
  • Experience with one of the visualization tools like Mode or Looker is a plus

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