Blend is a diverse team of problem solvers who believe that the world’s financial resources should be more accessible. Our cloud banking platform is used by Wells Fargo, U.S. Bank, and over 330 other financial services firms to acquire more customers, increase productivity, and deliver end-to-end digital experiences. Our software enables our customers to process an average of more than $5 billion in loans per day, making it possible for consumers to reach their financial goals faster and lead better lives. Come do work that matters.

 

We are looking for an intern to join the Product Analytics team in Summer 2022. We are a diverse team of data experts with a range of expertise in data science, operations, and product. You will work cross-functionally with product, design, engineering, and our customer-facing teams enabling them with data and narratives about the customer journey. You’ll also be a part of creating a strong data culture at Blend that enables our cross-functional partners to be more data-informed.

How you’ll contribute: 

  • Partner closely with Product, Design, Engineering, Customer Success, and Business Operations to drive impact through the product lifecycle
  • Develop objectives and metrics, ensure priorities are data-driven, and balance short-term and long-term goals
  • Develop deep analytical insights to inform and influence product roadmaps and business decisions and help improve the consumer experience
  • Produce dashboards or tables that will be regularly used by the Product teams
  • Deeply understand the business and proactively spot risks and opportunities

Who you are:

  • Currently enrolled in an accredited university with an expected graduation date in 2023
  • You are a critical thinker and analytically driven, always using data to drive key decisions and influence change
  • You are a strong storyteller and able to communicate effectively with technical and non-technical people
  • You demonstrated ability to define metrics for product areas, understand the right questions to ask and push back on stakeholders in the face of ambiguous, complex problems, and work with diverse teams with different goals
  • You are self-motivated and have the ability to work independently
  • You are comfortable using SQL

Bonus Points!

  • Currently enrolled in an MBA program
  • Background in Stats, Data Engineering, Computer Science

Benefits and Perks: 

  • Daily meal stipend during COVID-19 (lunch, dinner, snacks, and Pizza Fridays when working from the office)
  • Stipends for work from home office set up and internet
  • Networking opportunities with lead industry professionals
  • Fireside chats with Blend’s leadership team
 
Blend is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity, inclusion and belonging. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We will consider for employment all qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records in a manner consistent with applicable laws.
 
If you have a disability and you wish to discuss potential accommodations related to applying for employment, please contact Blend at (650) 550-4810 or hraccessibility@blend.com.

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