Data Analyst, Data & Insights (Games)
Seeking analytical talent to turn passion for data and support of world-class journalism and games into tools and insights. The analyst is the key liaison with Games engineers and product managers as well as the Data Insight Group’s engineers, testing team and data platform experts to ensure quality, thoroughness and efficiency for data implementation, collection and analysis. This position requires a strategic and tactical viewpoint and strong problem solving skills
- Collaborate with internal data, engineering and product stakeholders to understand the business and develop data solutions.
- Partner on design, QA, and execution of complex A/B tests to optimize the customer journey.
- Democratize data through skillful data structuring and use of dashboards and visualization tools
- Work with Games data lead to support foundational analytic work: problem definition, creation of implementation specs and requirements, architecture/oversight of foundational data sets and ETL
- Strong skills in SQL and data manipulation (ETL)
- Experience with data documentation, design, and implementation
- Track record of collaboration with cross-functional teams
- Excellent analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills
- Familiarity with big data environments
- Experience with A/B testing
- A love for games!
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