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Product Analyst

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Las Vegas, NV
$65,000 - $70,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Oct 25, 2016
Job ID
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)