connectRN is the leading nurse-centric platform that is reinventing the way nurses and other healthcare professionals are finding work. By leveraging technology, connectRN connects the nursing community to flexible work opportunities and each other to build a supportive and thriving network. The platform offers career development resources and flexible shift offerings for nurses, while alleviating staffing shortages at healthcare facilities. connectRN is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts and serves clinicians across the U.S. To learn more about connectRN, please visit

Reporting to the Sr. Manager of Analytics, you will be a key contributor, teacher, and leader in a small centralized team, which is primarily responsible for increasing the trust, transparency, understanding and accessibility of data by non-technical users. You will be passionate about taking our analytics capabilities to the next level through practical and structured approaches to data dissemination, visualization and modeling.  Your measures of success will be stakeholder satisfaction, consistent coverage across departments, and the adoption and reliability of data resources, such as BI reports and standardized datasets. You will have a unique opportunity to own and implement solutions to address a diverse set of data challenges, which enable the democratization of high quality data throughout the organization

You will...

  • Seek to deeply understand the needs of our data users, the nuances of our data sources, and build trust across a diverse set of cross-functional stakeholders through clear communication and deep expertise
  • Mentor a small team of analysts and deeply understand and contribute directly to each business area
  • Consult, contribute to, and support the execution of the broader data roadmap and data management strategies 
  • Maintain and build new curated, flexible, datasets and dashboards that support departments across the company 
  • Enable and encourage data users to explore and garner insights from those datasets and dashboards through a consultative approach, training and documentation
  • Collaborate with engineering on data pipelines, data tools, and data warehousing, and learn how to identify and resolve data disparity issues independently, as appropriate  
  • Respond to ad-hoc queries and implement solutions to enable non-technical end-users to answer, independently, in the future 

You have...

  • A high level of accountability, judgment, customer-focused, consultative approach with stakeholders, comfort building expertise w/ new tools, and the ability to independently execute against goals
  • Some years of experience as a data professional, leveraging technologies like DBT (data build tool), Snowflake, BigQuery, RDS, and Redshift 
  • Some years of experience creating highly adopted, performant and intuitive dashboards with BI tools like Looker, Quicksight, or Tableau
  • Experience in mentoring and/or managing data team members
  • Defined quality assurance/documentation standards and methodologies
  • Strong project management and organizational skills 
  • High level of proficiency w/ SQL and relational databases 
  • An understanding of how to apply statistical and data warehousing concepts
  • Interest or experience with the following: Fivetran, Stitch, Two-sided marketplace metrics, A/B Testing, Git, Data Governance principles, Data Security Practices

You'll get...

  • 100% employer-paid premiums for your (and your family's) Health, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Life and AD&D insurance
  • Health Savings Account with contributions from connectRN of up to $2,000 annually
  • Free gym and parking on-site 
  • Flexible time off policy
  • 401k with match


Please note that we are only able to hire permanent residents (green card holders) or U.S. citizens at this time.
connectRN is an equal opportunity employer. As Connectors, we embrace humans of every background, appearance, race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, and disability status. If this role would make you excited to come to work every day, please apply! We look forward to connecting.

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