We are looking for a Data Analyst to support the product, marketing and operations teams to bring together 5 million volunteers from right across the UK who will be asked to contribute information to help build one of the most detailed pictures we have ever had of people’s health.
The successful Data Analyst will lead on partnering with various teams to measure, understand and improve participant recruitment across the funnel and improve the operations of our clinics. They will do this through designing KPIs to measure product goals and engagement, identifying opportunities and issues through analysis, offering recommendations, and designing and analysing experiments to measure the impact of changes.
Our Future Health will be the UK’s largest ever health research programme, bringing people together to develop new ways to detect, prevent and treat diseases. We are a charity, supported by the UK Government, in partnership with charities and industry. We work closely with the NHS and with public authorities across all nations and regions of the UK.
What you’ll be doing
In this role, your key responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
- Work with stakeholders to understand analytical needs and translate those to projects.
- Partner with various teams including product, technology and behavioural science to design measures of success and understand the key levers to improving KPIs.
- Conduct analysis to a high standard having first selected appropriate statistical methods.
- Communicate findings in a clear way employing best practices in data storytelling and visualisation to internal stakeholders and to a standard that can be shared externally as needed.
- Proactively provide insights and recommendations based on investigations and deep dives into metrics and behavioural data.
- Model data from a raw state into analytical models for your domain and ensure data quality controls are implemented.
- Identify opportunities to automate the production of analysis, building on existing pipelines where appropriate, and ensuring code is reusable.
- Drive and foster a culture of experimentation and help design and own the end-to-end process of AB testing to measure the impact of changes.
What you won’t be doing:
- Working in a siloed environment with no freedom to make decisions.
- Working in a place where you can’t see the impact your expertise makes.
You'll be working in a multidisciplinary environment surrounded by experts in their individual fields. Every single person, whether they sit within our product, technology, epidemiology, or behavioural science teams, is working together to achieve our goals.
To succeed, you will have some of the following skills and experience:
- Experience in advanced SQL (window functions, advanced joins).
- Experience working with BI and visualisation platforms (PowerBI, Looker, Tableau).
- Experience working directly with teams to measure performance, analyse trends and deliver insights and recommendations.
- Ability to deliver analysis to non-technical stakeholders that drives decision making.
- Experience with designing, implementing and analysis AB tests and can use the correct statistical tests.
- Comfortable with writing production-level SQL code that follows clean code and DRY principles.
- Some experience working in the command line.
- Experience with scripting language (Python, R) is a bonus.
- £50,000 - £60,000 per annum basic salary.
- Generous company pension package with employer contributions of up to 12%.
- 30 days annual leave (plus bank holidays).
- Continuous career development with regular appraisals and learning and development opportunities.
- A lovely new office in Holborn, Central London – we offer flexible and remote working arrangements.
Join us - let’s prevent disease together.