Modern Health-

Modern Health is a mental health benefits platform for employers. We are the first solution to cover the full spectrum of mental well-being needs through both evidence-based technology and professional support from a certified coach or therapist. Whether someone wants to proactively manage stress or treat depression, Modern Health guides people to the right care at the right time.  We empower companies to help all of their employees be the best version of themselves, and believe in meeting people wherever they are in their mental health journey.

We are a female-founded company, backed by investors like Kleiner Perkins, Founders Fund, John Doerr, and Y Combinator, and partner with companies like Pixar, Gusto, Okta, EA, and Nextdoor that are taking a proactive approach to mental health care for their employees. Modern Health has raised more than $42 million and is looking for driven, creative, and passionate individuals to join in our mission.  

An inclusive and diverse culture are key components of mental well-being in the workplace, and that starts with how we build our own team. If you’re excited about this role, we’d love to hear from you!

The Role- 

As a Business Analyst at Modern Health, you’ll be integral in informing company strategy through driving critical business insights. You’ll partner with teams spanning across finance, operations, sales, and customer success to identify what metrics matter, how we measure them, and how we take action on them. You will own strategic analyses end-to-end from developing the hypothesis, to performing the analysis, to recommending action based on your insights. 

We’re looking for someone who can pair strong analytical capabilities with sharp business acumen (strategic thinking, problem solving, results-oriented). This position reports to the VP of Finance.

What You’ll Do-

  • Conduct deep-dive data analyses using your skills in SQL query writing, data synthesis, and data analysis and translate the results into actionable business recommendations. 
  • Develop, lead, and execute key strategic analyses to support high-impact decisions across the company (e.g., pricing, product structure changes, market expansion, etc.).
  • Own defining, building, and scaling metrics and analytical insights that will measure success and drive the long-run strategy of the business. 
  • Partner closely with finance, sales, customer success, and ops teams to create and assess data-informed business strategies.
  • Create dashboards that empower teams across Modern Health to dig into the data that matters most to them to make informed decisions.
  • Partner with leaders throughout the company to define and track KPIs and goals.
  • Partner with engineering and other stakeholders to improve data usability (capture, cleansing, definitions, etc.).

Who You Are-

  • 4+ years of experience in analytics at a tech company, investment banking, or management consulting.
  • You have extensive experience with SQL, Excel, BI tools such as Looker, and data viz tools.
  • You have experience driving insights and decisions with imperfect data. 
  • You are a self-starter and see projects through from inception to completion with minimal oversight. 
  • You have experience applying data and analytics concepts to business problems and can explain data and analytics concepts to non-technical team members.
  • You are humble, scrappy, and thrive in fast-paced environments.
  • You have experience working cross-functionally and partnering with stakeholders across departments of varying levels. 

Benefits-

  • 100% coverage for Medical / Dental / Vision 
  • Stipend towards mental health benefits
  • 401k plan 
  • Flexible PTO 
  • Passionate team dedicated to making a positive impact
  • Awesome office with snacks and catered lunch in the Financial District 
  • Generous parental leave policy
  • Unlimited career growth opportunity

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