Data Geek

Data Geek

So what does a Data Geek really do? Think of yourself as one of the leaders of your department so not just anyone is qualified for this role! We make sure we get the best of the best, after all, we are a ridiculously good company so we make sure our employees are top notch. So come on, now we need your full concentration because it’s time to imagine what it’s like being a Data Geek.

Imagine yourself going to work with one thing on your mind: that you are a thought leader tasked with implementing a clear overall quality strategy with scalable processes/tools/systems that allow resource efficient monitoring of decision accuracy and surface overall user experience issues fast and effectively to define appropriate continuous improvement programs. As you tackle your new tasks for the day, you know that it comes down to one thing:  for designing and implementing a robust review and process improvement strategy for our clients that delivers measurable Quality results to operations.

As a Data Geek,  you will assess and prioritize the top quality issues affecting the teams in your office across all decision-making channels. You will stay connected with how our support ecosystem is evolving and help head off quality issues before they begin. You will drive investigation of highly sensitive issues affecting your office, working with teams and leaders to understand what happened and why. What else? Well, in terms of transformation, you will passionately tell the story of why Quality matters, build consensus, and inspire others to move fast on fixing problems. You will drive accountability with team leads and their teams to meet quality performance goals and ensure program standards are met on a week-over- week basis. You will effectively manage and mentor a team responsible for diverse workflows, Quality channels, and global stakeholders. You will quantify business cases and drive cross-functional partners to change our systems, processes and policies to achieve better outcomes. You will find creative workarounds for quality issues where our tools are the root cause and a technical solution is not imminent.

In terms of work quality standards, all work performed by your team are delivered and executed within the mutually agreed upon target completion date. Moreover, your team must deliver and meet quality standards based on the requirement and as determined by the stakeholder. Your team should All work accurately reflect in the job order tracking system. Along with this, weekly status reports to his Supervisor which includes list of deliverables assigned to him, target completion dates, status, measure of success, and dependencies.

So, do you have what it takes to become a Data Geek?

Requirements:

So, what is it we’re looking for? Well, since this is a data geek post we need someone who already has the skills to even call themselves one. So definitely someone with experience in being one, so if you have at least 3 years of experience of demonstrated management ability across diverse functions (direct reports, cross functional relationships, 3rd party vendors, etc.) you can qualify for the role.

We also need someone who has experience in managing quality control/quality analysis organization or leading cross-functional quality improvement projects and teams. Someone with a proven track record of collaborating with cross-functional groups to produce results. Someone who has demonstrated ability to perform well in a rapidly changing and extremely global team.

We also need someone with strong practical experience with Excel (PivotTable, Charts, Statistical functions). Someone with excellent communication skills, someone with strong critical thinking and someone with exceptional problem solving skills. We also need someone with a proven track record of breaking down complex process and identifying key pain points in order to deliver business improvements at the regional or global level. Someone who has a passion for our mission of ensuring a world class support experience for our community. Someone with a quality certification (e.g. Lean Six Sigma, TQM, etc.).


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