What is Invisible?
Who are we?
Who We Want
- Proactive attitude, outcomes mindset: Great Analytics teams seek out the biggest business problems and proactively attack them with the power of data - always focusing on business outcomes.
- Doers, not just thinkers: An Analytics Manager needs to direct their team to produce impactful analytics and make recommendations to the business, but also can roll up their sleeves and burn the midnight oil writing code.
- Stellar communicator: In a remote culture, communication is everything. Great Analytics Managers ensure their stakeholders are always kept up-to-date on the current issues and are always in sync with what’s coming next.
- Ownership Mentality: Our Analytics Manager will see every problem the business is facing as their own personal mission and every analytics asset as their baby.
Specifically, the Analytics Manager will:
- Conduct proactive data analysis to make business recommendations
- Manage inbound analytics requests, and project manage them to completion
- Deliver effective visual displays of quantitative information
- Develop and automate reports, iteratively build and prototype dashboards to provide insights at scale
- Lead & develop a small team of data analysts
- Develop a vision and roadmap for analytics across our company
- Own relationships with key internal stakeholders
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience
- 2+ years of relevant experience in an analytical function
- Experience with articulating business questions, pulling data from data sets (SQL) and using analytics to arrive at an answer
- Experience building impactful dashboards that meet stakeholder needs
- Experience in scripting with SQL, extracting large sets of data, and design of ETL flows.
- Some experience with Python and/or R preferred.
- Success managing small projects and direct reports.
- Work experience in an interdisciplinary/cross-functional field.
- Deep interest and aptitude in data, metrics, analysis and trends.
- Distinctive problem-solving skills and strong business judgment.
- Capable of translating analysis results into business recommendations.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- heroism (be insanely ambitious, you should want your boss’ job, you have a moral obligation to seek power and use it for good, the modern knight fights abstract dragons),
- challenge (welcome adversity, struggles, and suffering, steel yourself for the worst, challenge problems to a duel, seek the widest possible stage for your talents, identify and solve for the biggest problem you can find),
- meritocracy (create and measure the value you create, strive to be the best),
- ownership (you are the CEO until told otherwise),
- collaboration (solving problems together benefits everyone),
- competition (if you outperform you will be rewarded),
- glory (do the great work of your life, here and now, the work that you were made for, and that you will be remembered for — seek your aristeia moment),
- truth (seek the truth, express yourself freely, confront problems head-on, be as transparent as possible, don’t hide the bad and the ugly, stand up for your opinion by engaging in debate, change your mind when you’re wrong), and
- intensity (work HARD, don’t waste time, the more fully you absorb yourself in your work, the more aggressively you work, the better you work).
Join Our Team - THIS IS A FULL-TIME REMOTE POSITION
- Do it because you want to do something on the edge of hard and impossible.
- Do it if you are the unstoppable force seeking an immovable object. You want to see what you’re made of. Do it if you want to test your limits: your ability to create order in chaos, to operate under extreme stress, to achieve impossible goals…
- Do it because you personally want a synthetic intelligence.
- Do it because you want to solve the biggest problem in the world: wasted time.
- Do it if you want humans to spend less time doing robotic jobs, and more time being creative and strategic.