Product 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 collaborates with the internal tech and Games product teams to deliver tools and analyses that deepen engagement and habit of The New York Times Games audience. This position requires a strategic and tactical viewpoint and strong problem solving skills.
- Collaborate with internal stakeholders to understand the business and develop data driven insights that are both strategic and operational
- Design, execute, and analyze complex A/B tests to optimize the customer journey and pathway to subscription
- Democratize data and insights through use of visualizations/dashboards and tools to improve access to data
- Work with Games data lead to support all phases of analytic work: from problem definition to representation of results
- Formulate insights, champion them and drive them into action
- Support analytics implementations and tracking specs
- Strong skills in SQL
- Experience with visualization tools
- Track record of collaboration with cross-functional teams
- Strong communication and presentation skills – written, visual, and verbal presentations.
- Excellent analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills
- A collaborative mindset and sense of curiosity is essential
- Familiarity with big data environments
- Experience with A/B testing
- A love for games!
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