About Booster

We're on a mission to accelerate the transition to clean, environmentally friendly, cost effective energy by creating the first fuel agnostic energy supply chain. We believe the adoption of alternative energies is slow because of access and we’ve begun to change that with our disruptive new supply platform. By delivering the right fuel to the right vehicle at the right time we create efficiency across the entire energy process. We’ve successfully applied this model to fossil fuels reducing carbon emissions by 1.1 lbs of CO₂ emissions with each delivery. Bio and alternative fuels are next. We’re the catalyst to better energy for you, your community and our planet.

About the role:

The Director of Business, Category and Customer Intelligence is a key leader of the Revenue team. This role will play a key part in developing and delivering strategic business insights and analytics. The role requires the ability to pivot quickly between a changing canvas of tools, data pipelines, and reporting requirements, as well as an ability to engage in robust “big picture” cross functional conversations. This role will require vigilant prioritization and collaboration across various teams to drive change and improve profitability.

Senior leadership will rely on this role to be a go-to data and analytics expert on all aspects of results across Booster’s key channels. This person will have to be comfortable with the details, while able to summarize the salient points across a wide range of topics.

Location: We know not everyone wants to be in an office setting five days a week. At Booster we want to promote flexibility in our workforce, that’s why we’re open to welcoming applicants from across the U.S., especially those local to one of our hubs!

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What you'll be doing:

  • Will influence, shape, and challenge key business decisions made by leveraging the power of data and analytics, synthesizing pieces of information into concrete recommendations, and delivering innovative strategies.
  • Create and present detailed business analysis, identifying underlying patterns, structures, and opportunities and making tactical recommendations based on data to drive revenue opportunities
  • Create internal dashboards and reporting necessary to understand performance and generate timely actionable insights. Carry out and lead ad-hoc analysis and present the results in a clear manner
  • Prepare weekly reports for various levels of leadership 
  • Contribute to the creation of quarterly and annual strategic plans backed by data; create presentation/slide content and present the data
  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to communicate insights, influence decision making, and improve business performance based on insights generated; support the cross-functional teams to ensure seamless processes across the business
  • Build ground up reporting solutions using various tools (SQL, Looker, BigQuery) to help answer business questions for senior leadership and key stakeholders across revenue, finance, marketing, product, engineering, etc.
  • Partner with Booster’s key data teams to establish and leverage a deep understanding of critical data assets, as well as data pipelines, to further enhance analytical processes.
  • Analyze key performance metrics across all channels of distribution and traffic sources.
  • Analyze raw and aggregate internal data to help evaluate drivers including customer purchase patterns, seasonality impacts, traffic channel level productivity (owned vs paid), as well as other critical business objectives.
  • Partner with key business stakeholders to define near, mid and long-term implications of key analyses.

What we are looking for:

  • Bachelor’s degree in statistics, mathematics, economics or equivalent required; graduate/advanced degree preferred (MS/MBA)
  • 7+ years of relevant business experience, preferably in an analytically rigorous role
  • Ability to manipulate data and derive insights from complex datasets
  • Expert knowledge of SQL or other database language and Looker/BigQuery a plus
  • Demonstrated ability to lead data driven operational process change
  • Familiarity with data infrastructure and cloud architecture a plus
  • Strategic program development and big picture thinking in consumer e-commerce data/analytic initiatives
  • Familiarity with key business metrics – solid analytical expertise, familiarity with multivariate testing frameworks a plus
  • Highly flexible, ability to handle changing directions/priorities and roles as business needs evolve
  • Proven problem solving skills; systematic, analytical thinker

About Our Benefits

  • Keep Everyone Healthy.  We know that you work to take care of your loved ones.  That’s why we offer benefits that cover you and your family including 100% employer paid medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance coverage for you!
  • Get a Boost.  Take advantage of the Booster employee fuel discount and get gas at cost!  
  • Recharge Your Batteries.  We have unlimited responsible PTO.  Take the quality time you need, when you need it.  Take care of personal stuff. Stop and smell the roses.  This is a marathon, not a sprint.
  • Be Part of Something.  Not only will you get to build something that could redefine consumer behavior, you’ll be an owner.  Get Early Stock Options at a fast-growing startup with strong VC backing.

Some Background on Us!

Bloomberg.com, Green Diesel Maker REG Buys Stake in Startup That Gets Fuel Right to Vehicles

Fleet Management Weekly, Booster Expands its Mobile Energy Technology Platform to Include On-Demand Electric Vehicles Charging Capability 

Fortune, Low-paying jobs aren't going to solve women's unemployment crisis

Booster continues to win awards: Forbes Top Startup Employers 2021, PRWeek’s 2021 Hall of Femme, SVBJ’s 2020 40 Under 40, Business Intelligence Group’s 2019 Sustainability Service of the Year, and Women in Trucking’s 2019 Top Companies for Women to Work for in Transportation.

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Booster does not discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant.

Disclaimer: The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by associates assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed

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