Course Hero is scaling! Help us build a world where every student graduates, confident and prepared, by improving our site through effective A/B testing.

Do you enjoy A/B testing and carrying out rigorous analysis? You will be involved in the definition and setup of our A/B tests, and you will perform the analysis to reach final recommendations and to drive actionable insights.  Every A/B test is a story to be told, and you will share your analysis and results with our product leads, explaining what the numbers tell us, and steering us toward new, even more powerful A/B tests in the future. 

Note: This is a full-time, 3 month, on-site contract position located in Redwood City, CA.

Here are some ways you’ll make an impact!

  • Put your analytical skills to use pulling together A/B test data and synthesizing what you find into actionable results
  • Specify confidence level, power, and MDE accordingly for each test in order to pre-compute test sample size
  • Collaborate with members of the analytics team on A/B test discussion and on data-related issues related to testing and reporting
  • Perform exploratory data analysis to enable product leads to prove out their early hypotheses for testing
  • Define analysis segmentation where you see applicable in order to drive to deeper insights in results
  • Maintain A/B test calendar and documentation on all things A/B test related

Are you our next A/B Test Specialist?

  • 1+ years of working in analytics, building dashboards, or reporting on data
  • Experience in statistics, probability, data mining, analysis and visualization
  • The ability to tell stories with A/B test data and to help guide product leads as they view test results
  • Proficiency in languages such as Python or R, and SQL for querying
  • Degree or education in a quantitative field

Bonus Points:

  • Past work experience in e-commerce or education domain
  • Knowledge of Google Analytics or Tableau

About Us:

At Course Hero, we have an awesome team and a truly engaging culture. We are customer-focused, collaborative, responsible, gritty and we love to learn.  Our bold mission is to help students graduate confident and prepared!

We are not the only ones that think we’re onto something big. We have over 1 million visits to our site a day, and Course Hero has been recognized as the 245th Fastest Growing Company in North America on Deloitte’s 2018 Technology Fast 500 and also 2018’s One of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area by San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal! Read up on some of our recent news coverageblog, and learn more about us to see what it is like to work with our team.

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