At Amazon.com, we're working to be the most customer-centric company on earth. To get there, we need exceptionally talented, bright, and driven people. On the WW Advertising recruitment team we're looking for a top notch analyst to lead and support the reporting, insights, and innovation that will drive the best outcomes for our hiring teams. As part of the recruitment team you will partner with a group of Recruiting Managers, Program Managers, Recruiters and Coordinators, along with several central teams to deliver a mix of initiative based (50%) and ad hoc (50%) solutions that drive toward innovation and simplification across the team. Examples include building an automated and consistent connection between the recruiting and finance team's data sets, integrating several back end data sources to modify/build/enhance an existing candidate prioritization tool, and to build a solution to analyze candidate assessment data and recommend next actions.
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- Bachelor's Degree
- Experience working in an ATS or like system
- Experience designing and developing business facing analytics, dashboards, and data visualizations in BI platforms such as Tableau, MicroStrategy, OBIEE or comparable tool
- Strong skills using Microsoft Office products, expert in Excel
- Ablility to gather requirements and convert to technical specs. Provide/create proof of concepts reports/dashboards based on user requirements
- Master's degree
- Communication and data presentation skills, experience analyzing data and communicating the results to business leaders
- Knowledge of fundamentals of database design and management
- Knowledge of AWS technologies, including large-scale data warehousing and analytics projects such as Redshift, S3, EC2, Data-pipeline or other big data technologies
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