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Senior Data Analyst

Our client is looking for a data-driven growth leader.
Success for the Senior Data Analyst means you have strong analytic capability and believe that data analysis is the best way to build a successful feature (or business).
You like to go above and beyond providing reports and analyses.
You will be part of our clients' product management team, they count on the Lead Data Analyst to identify, design, and implement statistical analyses, and contribute directly to the prioritization of the feature roadmap.
Responsibilities of the Senior Data Analyst:
You'll live in the data.
You're primarily responsible for uncovering opportunities to drive growth in user engagement and revenue through routine analysis of performance metrics.
Together with product managers, define data goals for specific revenue growth projects that simultaneously define project success.
Fully own data quality and make sure nothing gets lost in translation.
Your expertise will recommend the best course of action by performing deep analysis of completed A/B tests that assess impact across a range of metrics.
You'll influence decision-making at the highest levels of the company.
Together with Product Leadership, create growth models that forecast revenue growth, identifying areas where improvement is needed.
Maintain a working knowledge of data mining and visualization best practices.
Requirements of the Senior Data Analyst:
Deep expertise with SQL and working with databases is a must.
Deep experience with Tableau (or similar Business Intelligence tools) Passion for driving business decisions using data-driven insights that result in superior growth A minimum of 3 years' experience in an online consumer transactional business.
Hands on experience working with very large data sets, including statistical analyses, data visualization, data mining, and data cleansing/transformation.
You will have excellent problem-solving & analytical skills.
The ability to combine creative use of insight and data with attention to detail, while balancing these details with the larger business objectives.
Ability to work effectively in a highly demanding environment.
Excellent communication skills.


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