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Product Analyst

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Location
Las Vegas, NV
Salary
$65,000 - $70,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Degree
Bachelor
Date
Oct 25, 2016
Job ID
2389986
Data is at the heart of every decision we make. Our Product Team is looking to hire a seasoned Product Analyst to help mature our analytical muscle, partnering with the team to tackle the biggest business problems, while making data broadly accessible.

About You:
- You’re a smart, humble operator with an unrelenting approach to problem solving
- You’re a self-starter who will find a way to get things done with a positive attitude, even when they’re especially hard
- You have empathy for users, coworkers, and customers; patience is a virtue you hold dearly
- You’re naturally curious and have a passion for data analysis
- You’re comfortable working in an environment where things change fast and resources are often constrained
- You’ve got exceptional skills with MS office suite: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook
- You have experience producing accurate reports under deadline pressure
- You have experience identifying the cause of trends, and as an advocate for the prioritization of solutions
- Bachelor’s degree in business management or equivalent
 
What You’ll Be Working on:
- Build and maintain regular casino-level performance reports to highlight trends, potential opportunities and areas of concern.
- Working cross-functionally with product managers, engineers, and the Sales team to help discover and guide the most impactful product investments and accelerate decision-making
- Working with our database(s), auditing all data when something is missing, identifying gaps in data and proposing solutions -- you’ll be ringing the bell on inconsistencies and rallying troops around proposed fixes.
- Implementing and improving systems for data analysis, collecting data and developing insights about the business
- Structuring analyses for communication to executive stakeholders
- Being a real advocate - your voice will be heard and your opinion valued across our team (you’re not just an analyst who hands data off to decision makers)