Data Analyst

Industry: Ecommerce
Company size: 251-10K

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Job description

A US-based member-only company that supplies superior quality natural and organic food products is looking for a Data Analyst. The selected candidate will be taking ownership of the company's merchandising analysis and providing in-depth insights on how to improve the user experience and member engagement. The company is bringing the benefits of healthy and fresh eating to the customer’s doorsteps with the click of a few buttons. They have managed to successfully raise $200mn+ in funding so far. This role requires 6-8+ hours of overlap with the PST time zone. 


Job Responsibilities:

  • Assist Product Management, Data Science, Marketing, and Technology teams to gather, manipulate, evaluate, and documenting new, complex data and sharing cohesive data stories 
  • Drive member acquisition growth through sponsored social marketing platforms
  • Use the scientific method to create A/B tests and MVA experiments, encompassing ad creatives, targeting tactics, and onsite experiences, among other things
  • Monitor key performance indicators, offer data-driven recommendations, and lobby for the internal resources needed to keep member growth going
  • Deliver ideas and insights based on both competitive and online analytics
  • Define critical success criteria and establish data-driven and prioritized roadmaps to produce solutions to break down unclear situations
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders in business development, product development, design, and engineering to develop and implement the most innovative growth ideas
  • Gather, manipulate, analyze, and document raw, complicated data, and then present coherent data stories to business and technical audiences
  • Develop a thorough grasp of user activity patterns and insights, as well as the relationship between engagement measures and conversion rates, customer lifetime value, and financial success
  • Create dashboards, visualizations, and detailed datasets to give meaningful merchandising, category activity, and profit potential insights.
  • Serve as a tactical liaison with Product Management teams to give the most accurate and timely information possible that'll help drive business decisions

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s/Master’s degree in Engineering, Computer Science (or equivalent experience)
  • At least 4+ years of relevant experience as a marketing data analyst
  • Demonstrable experience working with SQL, Python/R, Tableau, Looker, and Domo
  • Nice to have some experience with Google Analytics, Amplitude, or Mixpanel 
  • Prior experience with A/B testing, cohort analysis, conversion optimization, and customer segmentation is desirable
  • Good leadership abilities, a positive attitude, and an active / self-starter mindset Enthusiasm for turning data into insights and helping others uncover the power of their data
  • Help develop a healthy team environment by being a team player with character, humility, and honesty
  • Ability to communicate data stories to business and technical audiences in a clear and concise manner
  • Proficiency and solid foundation in statistics

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