At The Infatuation, we’re on a mission to create the most trustworthy and useful restaurant recommendation platform. We serve our users by creating content that provides both utility and entertainment and we package it all up in delightful digital products.

In October 2021, The Infatuation was acquired by JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the U.S. The acquisition affords us the backing of a major institution, as well as the ambition for The Infatuation to become a household name. With these new resources, we will be expanding and growing more quickly than we ever have before.

Now, we are hiring a Business Intelligence Analyst to support our Editorial and Growth teams’ goal of growing our audience and becoming the most trustworthy, useful, inclusive, and entertaining platform in the world. You will be responsible for performing analysis, creating reports, and delivering insights leveraging data visualization and effective communication, both in writing and presentation. We are looking for a motivated individual with a technical background in data & analytics.  You have experience with traditional digital analytics tools (like Google Analytics), business intelligence platforms (like Looker or Tableau) and cloud-based data warehouses (like BigQuery or Redshift). As we grow our Data & Analytics practice you will be expected to write SQL and be comfortable engaging with and learning new platforms and technologies.

This role will report to our Director of Data & Analytics at the onset, and exclusively support editorial and growth team needs. We are looking for candidates in the NYC area and comfortable working in an office 3 days a week.

What You’ll Do:

  • Measure performance, forecast metrics, perform analyses, and deliver insights to stakeholders to support team objectives.
  • Visualize data, create reports, and dashboards to continuously monitor performance.
  • Perform market and competitive analyses.
  • Create engaging data visualization and present findings at recurring business review meetings.
  • Partner with stakeholders to define objectives, performance metrics, and targets.
  • Solve problems, identify opportunities, answer questions and support analytics tasks leveraging cloud-based data platforms and traditional business intelligence tools.
  • Document and catalog insights, metrics and presentations to facilitate learning and knowledge sharing.
  • Educate stakeholders on self-service data and analytics capabilities.
  • Partner with the data team to identify data acquisition opportunities and create data capabilities to support business activities. 
  • Support ad-hoc analytics requests from The Infatuation and JPMC.

What We’re Looking For:

  • 2+ years experience in an analyst role, preferably at a media organization OR successful completion of a Masters degree in data analytics or related field.
  • Expert in Google Analytics, with working knowledge of other traditional business intelligence tools such as Chartbeat, Looker, Tableau, etc.
  • Proficiency in SQL required, R/Python are a plus.
  • Experience with cloud-based data warehouses like BigQuery, Snowflake, or Redshift. BigQuery is a plus.
  • Proven ability to synthesize large amounts of data, think critically and generate valuable learnings.
  • Eagerness to partner with and be a trusted data and analytics resource to other teams.
  • Motivated to cultivate a more data driven approach across the company.
  • Clear and concise communicator.

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