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The Times is seeking an innovative analyst who is passionate about data and eager for the opportunity to support the New York Times Games mission.
As part of the Data and Insights Group (DIG), you will join a large community of talented analysts who partner with Product, Engineering, Design, and PMO teams across the business. In this role you’ll work within our DIG Game Analytics team to support the NYT Games mission. Within the NYT Games team, you’ll partner with producers, product managers, engineers, designers, marketers, and editors to support our vision of being the premier subscription destination for digital puzzle games. The role will sit within a team of data and product analysts that strive to create best-in-class analytics solutions while growing collectively as a team. __ The ideal candidate will be curious and a collaborative team player. They are someone who understands the value of contribution to a greater whole and the importance of analytic delivery.
The Data Analyst, who will report to the Director of Analytics, is responsible for the following:
Write SQL to pipeline and analyze big data
Develop data models, pipelines, and infrastructure that create evergreen solutions and support the wider analytics team.
Own data instrumentation while developing a cohesive vision between our infrastructure and event tracking systems.
Democratize data and insights through skillful data structuring and use of visualization tools
Develop dashboards to expand access to data and analytics
Collaborate with internal stakeholders to understand the business and develop data driven insights that are both strategic and operational
1+ years of experience working with data teams to deliver reporting and analysis or a quantitative degree
Proficiency in SQL and experience working with relational databases
Collaborative mindset, strong curiosity, and an excitement for learning new skills
Excellent analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills
Enthusiasm for working with team members from different backgrounds and contributing to inclusive culture
Experience in Python or R
Familiarity with Google BigQuery, AWS, or other big data environments
Comfort with version control (Github, code review)
Experience with data visualization tools such as Mode, Tableau, or Lookr
Experience applying statistics to strategic problems
The ability to communicate cross-functionally - written, visually and verbally - in order to present key insights to team members, partners and stakeholders
Good organization and a systematic or structural approach to your work.
Fan of puzzles or games a plus
If you don’t fill all these requirements but believe you have what it takes to succeed in this role, we encourage you to apply!
The annual base pay range for this role is between $80,000.00 and $95,000.00.
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