We’ve grown at an incredibly fast pace since our launch in 2017. We’re the trusted student-recruitment partner to 600 higher ed institutions in 35 countries worldwide. Including the University of Cambridge, Kings College London, Boston University, University of Southern California, NYU Global Services, HEC Paris, and Erasmus.
We’ve raised over $33M from top-tier investors, and we’re on course to achieve our mission of empowering 10 million students to make the right choices in their higher ed journey.
Here’s where you come in
As our very first Data Analyst (Product) in the Analytics team, you will be embedded within the product organisation and integrated into all steps of product development. From identifying the next big opportunity, generating and testing hypotheses, to measuring success, and deciding what to do next, based on the learnings we have. This is a highly impactful role where you’ll have the opportunity to share your technical expertise by coaching others in SQL.
What you’ll be doing
Conduct quantitative analysis, make recommendations and communicate results in a clear way to stakeholders across the whole business.
Understand user behaviours and long-term trends to inform our business & product strategy.
Unearth insights and identify opportunity areas to move key metrics, turning data into actionable insights.
Run models to help understand the potential impact of changes to the product(s).
Build Dashboards for stakeholders to monitor key metrics.
Identify and own requirements for tracking and reporting within new product features, empowering the team to effortlessly track their releases.
Use data to make recommendations that define the product roadmap and help product teams decide what to build next.
Be comfortable making recommendations and being a key part of the ideation process!
Define and own KPIs around product success and measure progress on these KPIs.
Helping inform and shape our product and company OKRs to ensure we’re driving the desired outcomes.
Present insights and opportunities to your team in a clear manner to help them design solutions that properly address the user need.
Design and conduct experiments to validate hypotheses.
Foster an experimentation culture across our product teams, helping empower the entire team to improve their data maturity.
This might be for you if
You have advanced capabilities in SQL (essential), and it’s a plus if you have experience in Python and/or R.
You have proficiency with data visualisation tools (e.g. Looker, Tableau).
You’ve worked as a data or a product analyst/scientist in a tech company collaborating with product managers, designers and engineers.
Solid understanding of statistics and how that applies to measurements/tests.
Strong analytical skills combined with a great deal of business sense, the ability to translate numbers into actions and communicate this clearly to business stakeholders.
Reasonable product sense and natural user-centric thinking.
You have experience in conducting A/B experiments at scale and establishing product analytics tooling.
Comfortable presenting to a range of audiences including peers and stakeholders.
We know that some people only apply to jobs if they see themselves ticking every box. We believe we’re more than boxes to tick. If you don't meet all the requirements but think you might still be right for the role or others, please apply anyway. We're always keen to speak to people who connect with our mission and values.
About our team
The Analytics team is a critical business partner to the entire organisation. We work across departments to accelerate growth and enable actionable insights from data to drive decisions. We have an insatiable curiosity to get under the skin of the business and drive consistent improvements through the use of data. We execute with efficiency and speed, being ever mindful of the requirements of a scaling global organisation.
Perks and benefits
25 days of annual leave plus national holiday and 4 additional days for the Christmas break.
Family-friendly policy. Enhanced maternity, paternity and adoption leave.
Latest MacBook or PC. Monitor for your home is also provided.
Private healthcare is provided by Bupa.
Mental health support is provided by Spill.
We rock! It’s our people that make us successful. We have 100 employees globally and a fantastic culture. But don’t take our word for it - we’re proud to be named by Built In as one of the best mid-sized companies to work for in the US, Mogul awarded us as a top 100 workplaces for benefits, and we won an award with Flexa as one of the most flexible EdTech & Education companies.
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