Data Analyst, Marketing Analytics
- Provide analysis and performance optimization to the User Acquisition and Marketing divisions by combining data from multiple internal and external sources
- Work with data engineers and product managers to create lasting reports and models that support all stages of a data-driven business, from tracking to prediction models to business delivery
- Decide which data is best to track and work with Product and Engineering to implement your vision
- Work with the team to research, design and implement new metrics and integrated analytic models that keep our performance marketing business on the cutting edge
- 3+ years of experience performing quantitative analysis, preferably for a gaming or technology company.
- Experience with quantitative marketing or user acquisition strongly preferred
- Expert SQL skills: extensive experience querying large, complex data sets. Vertica experience a plus.
- Comfortable with scripting and data visualization using at least one of the following tools/languages: Excel, Tableau, Python, R
- Working knowledge of basic statistics; preferred experience with statistical package such as R or appropriate Python library
- Ability to execute research projects, generate practical results and recommendations, and present them to a variety of audiences
- Good client management skills with a strong grasp of both technical and business perspectives
- Proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and to meet changing deadlines and priorities on multiple simultaneous projects
- Excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills
- Enjoy working in both individual and team settings
- B.S. or B.A. in Math, Statistics, Applied Econ, Physics, Comp Sci, Engineering, or other technical field required; advanced degrees a plus
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