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We’re hiring for Data Analyst to join our data team in Trivandrum, India. 

In this role, you will be responsible for digging deep into data to uncover new opportunities for growth and optimization across our product suite. Your work will help us advance our understanding of user behavior, inform product and business decisions and influence company strategy. 

About You :-

1. You possess strong analytical skills and are comfortable digging deep below the surface to uncover insights that will play a critical role in our growth. 
2. You are passionate about taking ownership, driving impact and solving problems. You are development intellectually curious. 
3. You are able to take a confusing business question, determine the right analytical approach, and independently execute an analysis to reach an answer. You know how to visualize and present data to convey the “so what.” 
4. You are detail oriented, flexible and have the ability to interact with and influence a diverse set of stakeholders. 



1. Ideate, build and maintain dashboards, to track performance against KPIs working with end-users.
2. Conduct ad-hoc, deep-dive analysis to uncover opportunities for growth and optimization within the company 
3. Collaborate cross-functionally to identify and prioritize analytical projects. 
4. Work alongside with data science team in solving complex problems using predictive algorithms and machine learning models.  

Preferred skills

1. 2+ years of experience in analytics in a finance/banking/consulting company. Preference for candidates who have worked in a high-growth startup environment.
2. Strong knowledge of Excel and SQL. Experience building dashboards in Tableau is a plus but not required. 
3. Bachelor’s degree in computer science, finance, engineering or a quantitative field
4. Exceptional communication, collaboration & presentation skills 
5. Experience in Python/R and in experimentation, A/B testing and statistical modeling is preferred but not required.