Depop is the fashion marketplace where the next generation buy, sell and get inspired. We are headquartered in London, UK with locations in Manchester, New York, Los Angeles and Australia. We have almost 20 million registered users in 147 countries. In the UK, 1 in 3 Gen Z/Millennials are registered and in the US we have grown 300% over two years. We are also the only European player to have recently entered the top 25 shopping apps by daily active users.
Our mission is to empower the next generation to transform fashion, and our team of nearly 200 people are dedicated to serving the needs of our global community.
We operate on three pillars:
- Community: Our buyers, sellers and employees are inclusive, diverse and accessible. We are committed to empowering diversity within the fashion community.
- Entrepreneurship: We support our community and help them build their business with Depop. We thrive on supporting innovation by shaping an environment where creators, makers or hustlers can thrive.
- Sustainability: Depop helps extend the life of garments and reduce waste, we care about the world and want to make a positive change within the fashion industry.
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The Insights team within Depop supports the entire business. Our analysts are embedded within Product and Commercial teams and are an integral part of making sure our business is as data-driven as possible. Our Business Analytics function is focused on building a deep understanding of the three key pillars of our marketplace: buyers, sellers, and core marketplace dynamics.
Right now, we are looking for a number of Commercial Business Analysts to join our growing Business Analytics team in London. You will support one or more Commercial team(s), and drive your team to make better-informed, insight-led decisions that support our growth. You will also ensure that we are measuring and reporting on the right metrics in an accurate and timely manner and implement processes to do this.
- Strategic analytics: you will be expected to become a thought partner for your team(s) about growth and optimisation opportunities in your area of the business, using a variety of data sources to identify, analyse and model ways to drive incremental revenue or optimise ROI.
- Supporting your team’s analytics BAU: you will work closely with members of the team(s) you support to ensure seamless reporting of key metrics. Your BAU responsibilities will include ensuring the relevant metrics for your team are available in our BI platform, Looker, and helping your team build relevant dashboards and reports to monitor performance.
- Making sure the business knows the numbers: you will become the point of contact for your team team for all things data, and you will engage with various stakeholders across the business to ensure decisions are as data-driven as possible. You will help upskill your colleagues when it comes to using data and our BI platform, Looker.
- Managing our data pipeline: you will work with our data and engineering teams to ensure that the necessary tracking is implemented within your business area, and that our data pipelines are consistently accurate, reliable and up-to-date end to end - from collection to consumption.
- An analytical mind with good problem solving skills and a love of numbers
- Commercial awareness and a proactive attitude to make a difference and drive impact
- Strong proficiency in SQL and the ability to work with large, complex and sometimes fragmented datasets
- The ability to communicate complex problems and analysis simply with a variety of stakeholders and act as a bridge between technical and non-technical colleagues
- Experience delivering in a high performing, data-driven product team
- A hunger to learn, natural curiosity and a keen eye for detail
- A strong sense of ownership and highly organised nature
Bonus points for:
- Experience working on a marketplace, in a mobile first environment or on social products
- Familiarity with tools like Looker, Google Analytics and Branch
- Understanding of Python and some command over ETL scripts
Depop offers the opportunity to work in one of the UK's fastest-growing scale-ups, with a vibrant and diverse group of people, building a product we all deeply care about, in addition to:
Learn and Grow: We sponsor and run a myriad of programs, conferences and meet-ups to up-skill our employees and enhance their journey with us, just ask!
Wellbeing: We care about wellbeing. We offer a cycle to work scheme, healthy fruit and snacks in the office, breakfast every Tuesday, eye-care vouchers and a discounted gym membership.
Mental Health: Mental health is a top priority for Depop. We offer subsidised counselling appointments through SelfSpace, have mental health first aiders and also run yoga, meditation and more.
Work/life balance: We have 25 days of holiday with the opportunity to buy or sell 5 more, a day off for activism, and sabbaticals for our long-serving employees.
Family life: We offer flexible working (based on your team), generous parental leave policies, and, all of our offices are dog-friendly!
Financial: We match up to 6 percent on your pension based on qualified earnings and have retail discounts from benefithub.
Fun: We love to celebrate our successes at Depop. On Friday we finish an hour early to socialise with free food, and have amazing Winter and Summer Parties. We also host internal employee socials such as quiz night, games night, movie night and more.
Equality and Diversity Monitoring
Depop is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
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