Business Intelligence Engineer, Tumblr
500 million blogs. 10 million posts a day. And a decade spent building an alternative to the status quo. Part social network, part blogging platform, full hellsite, this is Tumblr — and we’re proud to be one of the few places where internet creators can build their homes, share their work and connect with their audiences through what they love — not who they know.
Our mission: to advance the world’s subcultures that make the internet a more inclusive, interesting and weird place… and we’re now a startup again (under Automattic!) with the curiosity and energy to remake our platform with tomorrow’s creators in mind.
About This Role
We’re looking for a Business Intelligence Engineer to join our Growth Marketing team. This role will be focused on identifying patterns and trends within our datasets in order to help accelerate growth, analyze user behavior, and track performance.
Primary Responsibilities include:
- Plan, develop, implement, and maintain reporting dashboards to deliver actionable insights.
- Develop proactive analysis, analyze key metrics to uncover trends, and support root cause analysis to drive business impact.
- Intelligently design visualizations that focus on usability and ease of interpretation.
- Communicate progress, risks, and completion of projects to stakeholders.
We want you to succeed with us! Here’s what you’ll need to do that:
- Experience with SQL database querying.
- Experience with business intelligence tools, specifically Looker.
- Experience working with large data sets.
- Ability to explain ambiguous problems and propose alternative solutions.
- Ability to manage multiple projects and report simultaneously across different stakeholders.
- Ability to structure and read dashboards to give clarity on key insights.
- Excellent problem solving and analytical skills, with demonstrated ability to work with data.
How to Apply
You’re still reading, good. If you think that might be you, be hasty, and click the Apply button below (ya, duh). We like letters, so you’ll need to write us a cover letter. It’s your golden ticket to being considered.
Tell us who you are. Let us know what you can contribute to the team. Proofread, please (we like grammar, and you should, too). Make sure you spell and capitalize our mom and dad companies properly. We get a lot of mail when we’re hiring, which is really cool, but it also means your application needs to stand out.
We’re a distributed company with more than 1800 Automatticians in 90+ countries speaking 90+ different languages. We democratize publishing and commerce so anyone with a story can tell it, and anyone with a product can sell it, regardless of income, gender, politics, language, or country.
We believe in Open Source and the vast majority of our work is available under the GPL.
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