2 weeks, 3 days ago
Job Posting is in English
About Game Analytics
From indie developers, games studios, to established publishers, GameAnalytics is currently the #1 analytics tool for anyone building a mobile game. Our network includes more than 130,000 games, which are played by more than 1 billion people each month.
What’s our mission? To help game developers make the right decisions based on data. And by joining our team, you’ll be working on new and innovative products to help tens of thousands of people in the industry do just that.
About the Data Services team and the role
We're a highly collaborative and creative team developing the different products in Data services. As a team, we enjoy learning and solving problems. We are flexible in evolving our product and scale quickly when it is required.
We are currently looking for a skilled Data Analyst in order to work with our customers and the team. Our ambition is to work with Customers to create and evolve the use of Player Warehouse to best fit the business needs. The mission of Data Services is to turn complex data into usable data to impact the bottom line.
This is an excellent opportunity for Data Analysts interested in Data Visualization and Data as a Service in an exciting industry that is quickly evolving.
We strive to deliver Game Data in a format that allows the Customer to analyze it. We have four flavours of delivery:
As the most prominent games analytical firm globally, collecting ~100,000 events per second, resulting in new 700Gb of (compressed) new data per day, this role requires your skills in Big Data to make the analysis, adoption of the product, and flow process simpler and more efficient.
We are seeking an additional member to join the data team family, someone able to bridge the gap between engineering, product and customer. You’ll need to be passionate about data and have a technical mindset. The following experience and/or skills are required:
Please note that you will be hired under a PEO arrangement for remote roles located outside of the UK and Denmark. This is to ensure that our benefits are not in violation of local employment laws.