Hims and Hers is a health and wellness brand built to make healthcare accessible for all, regardless of gender, insurance status, or location. Since launching in November 2017, we’ve raised over $200MM in funding and are one of the fastest growing direct-to-consumer brands in history. Our mission is to make it easier for people to gain access to care and treatment for the conditions that impact their day-to-day lives, whether that is finding the right birth control, addressing hair loss or skin care issues, or treating a low libido.

We are seeking a senior data analyst with a passion for turning large datasets into actionable insights. Your knowledge of digital marketing combined with your excellent communication skills and analytical abilities will determine where and how to spend incremental marketing dollars for the most impact. You will conduct research and market analysis, and work cross-functionally with our marketing, data science, and growth engineering teams to uncover the new opportunities for growth.

Responsibilities: 

  • Provide analytical support to hims/hers growth marketing team across paid acquisition channels.
  • Maintain and develop our growth marketing reporting processes and tools, including the creation of dashboards and reports to track daily performance, generating actionable insights to drive operational decisions and improve the efficiency of marketing investments.
  • Quantify the opportunities of experiments to improve the customer acquisition efficiency, presents the results and collaborate with the marketing team on the insights and the strategy for the next iteration
  • Conduct periodic and ad-hoc analyses across the global business units, make strategic recommendations about where to reallocate investments across channels and tactics,
  • Work cross-functionally with Marketing, Medical, Product, and Engineering teams to ensure data quality and timeliness of retention data tables and dashboards.

Requirements: 

  • 3+ years of experience in growth or media analytics, advertising sales, digital media or marketing analysis.
  • Significant experience using SQL to extract and manipulate data is required.
  • Demonstrated experience using spreadsheets and/or dashboarding tools (Tableau, Looker, etc.) to analyze marketing performance and forecast future growth.
  • Strong understanding of statistical modeling and quantitative analysis techniques.
  • Experience with paid search and/or paid social channels and tools: AdWords, Facebook, etc. is required. “Backend” experience (scripts, APIs) is a strong plus.
  • Experience apply statistics and probability concepts to split testing
  • Ability to analyze large datasets with the goal of delivering actionable insights.
  • Experience coding in languages such as JavaScript or Python is beneficial..
  • Excellent communication, organizational and project management skills. Ability to work between teams, functions and geographies, with high autonomy and little guidance.
We are focused on building a diverse and inclusive workforce. If you’re excited about this role, but do not meet 100% of the qualifications listed above, we encourage you to apply.
 
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