Change.org is searching for two Senior Analysts to own dedicated analytics support to our product and campaign teams, using data as the primary tool for influencing decisions.

We’re a social impact business (a public benefit company), and the world's largest non-profit owned tech platform focused on civic action with 80m monthly users, 50,000 campaigns launched on the site every month, and a revenue model that has grown by 500% in 2 years. We’re growing quickly, and our users win campaigns for change once every hour. From strengthening hate crime legislation in South Africa; calling for Racial Justice in the US; fighting corruption in Indonesia, Italy, and Brazil; to fighting violence against women in India.

We are looking for Senior Analysts who are great at structured problem solving, building beautiful reports, writing SQL at scale, collaborating on solutions, and have  a passion for expanding our platform to mobilize hundreds of millions of people to take deeper civic action.

You will report to our Director of Analytics and as a key member of our Strategy & Analytics team, you’ll:

  • Work closely with other analysts to help campaigns and product teams make data-driven, strategic decisions. You’ll be working to support our Organizer Success team, which provides campaigning advice and support to thousands of petition starters across the world.
  • Build high quality dashboards that are used across the organization to monitor key business performance and team specific results.
  • Participate in our weekly “office hours” to support colleagues from all around the world on their analytics questions.
  • Perform end-to-end, complex analysis from discovery, to execution and delivery, in a fast-paced yet supportive environment.
  • Join a team of individuals who are passionate about data and social change and have a hunger to learn from each other.

You’re a perfect fit for this role if you have a passion for learning, a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude, and your superpowers include creative problem-solving and writing SQL at scale!


The most important capabilities for the role are:

TECHNICAL EXPERIENCE: You are excellent at writing performant and clean SQL (any kind of SQL, though we use Redshift SQL). You are also comfortable with spreadsheets (Excel, Google Sheets), including pivot tables, index match, and vlookups.

PROBLEM SOLVING: You have a structured approach to problem-solving. You show strong critical thinking skills and ask questions to understand the purpose and trajectory of your work. You suggest appropriate alternatives when necessary.

WORKING WITH and OWNING STAKEHOLDER RELATIONSHIPS: You have experience partnering with stakeholders to develop analysis plans and solutions. You ask necessary questions and gather context from stakeholders to guide your work.

ADAPTABILITY: Appetite for learning new skills, particularly statistical methods and analysis tools

COMMUNICATION: You have experience tailoring your communication style to your audience (C-team, executives, peers, etc.). You demonstrate strong written communication skills and can write clear and concise analysis write ups.

 

Target experience:

  • 3+ years of experience in analytics, statistics, or data science, ideally in a consumer-facing Internet platform organization
  • 2+ years of owning key stakeholder relationships and owning everything from requirements gathering to execution. 
  • Proficiency with key Data Analytics tools: SQL to gather data, ETLs to create aggregate tables, Google Sheets / Excel to analyze and summarize findings.
  • Interest or experience in activism and social change work would be a big plus!

 

Interested? Great! Here's what you should know:

This is a Full-time 6 month fixed term role (with the potential to become permanent) and while we strongly prefer candidates based in either New York City or the SF Bay Area, we are open to anyone residing on the West or East Coast who are open to relocate or commute to the Brooklyn/SF office at least twice a week in the future. For now the team will be 100% remote through at least January 2022. Our team is high impact, low ego, and has an amazing culture to be part of!

Our compensation philosophy is rooted in pay equity and pay transparency. We determine salary based on the cost of labor within the state and/or each major city. A Senior Analyst in San Francisco is 115,000 and $110,000 in New York City.

We anticipate moving quickly on this role. Our evaluation process and tentative timeline is as follows: 

  1. Recruiter Screen (60 min)
  2. Take Home Assessment (2 hours)
  3. Virtual Onsite - Hiring Manager + Team member (60 min)
  4. Executive Interview - VP of Finance Analytics and Strategy (45 min)
  5. Offer

 

We especially encourage applicants of different backgrounds, cultures, genders, experiences, abilities and perspectives to apply. We’re actively working to increase the diversity of experience and perspectives on our team and are looking for someone who can help continue to lead that process. 

Change.org is committed to being a diverse and inclusive workplace. Everyone says this, right? Well, we mean it - we invest in serious programs to bring in and support women and people of color, we have in-person onboarding experiences and affinity groups to help everyone feel included, we regularly celebrate the heritage of all staff, and we believe strongly in consistent, fair, and transparent salary scales to help level the playing field. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, or disability or veteran status.

We’re working for a world where no one is powerless, and where creating change is a part of everyday life. We’re just getting started and hope you’ll join us.

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