QualificationsPower BIResearchSQLStatistical softwareTableauBachelor’s degree
Bachelor’s degree in a quantitative discipline or equivalent practical experience.
10 years of experience in a data analyst or quantitative role.
Experience in people management.
Experience with statistical software (e.g. Python or R), database languages (e.g. SQL) and data visualization tools (e.g., Tableau, Looker, or Power BI).
Experience working with large datasets, developing data pipelines, and leveraging distributed computing.
Experience coaching a team on effective storytelling, analysis design, data visualization techniques, and tying insights to bigger-picture strategy.
Experience in technical roles collaborating across Business, Product Management, User Research, and Engineering, and delivering data products to stakeholders.
Experience in product analytics, research design, advanced statistical modeling, and causal inference methods.
Knowledge of when to use which statistical approach, and where there are drawbacks of possible methodologies.
About the job
Financial Analysts ensure that Google makes sound financial decisions. As a Financial Analyst, your work, whether it’s modeling business scenarios or tracking performance metrics, is used by our leaders to make strategic company decisions. Excellent at working on multiple projects at a time, you are focused on the details while finding creative ways to address big picture challenges.
You are both a manager and a mentor, providing financial leadership and analytical support to partners of the core Finance team as well as giving your own team the support they need to become financial experts. You’ll keep management informed on key financial metrics and work to improve financial operation practices throughout your region.
As the Business Data Science Manager of the Search Analytics team, you will help the Search product area identify and quantify opportunities for impact and understand our users at the deepest level.
You will lead the team to analyze macro trends, conduct analysis, make forward-looking user and business generation projections, and craft compelling stories with data.
The name Google came from “googol,” a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business.
Direct end-to-end analytics for our user understanding pod.
Own the charter for your team and prioritization of its work and deliver impactful analyses around understanding engagement and revenue implications for specific segments of our users.
Directly drive your own analysis as well as managing a team of business data scientists.
Coach your team on their projects, and contribute to the broader data science community.
Share insights with different cross-functional and executive audiences, both technical and non-technical.
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