Senior Digital Analyst - Test


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Job Function
eCommerce / Online
REI City
REI State
REI Location
Seattle HQ
Remote Eligible
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Job Description: Provide analysis, optimization testing, reporting, and actionable recommendations to the Digital division. Bring significant analytical rigor to bear on a broad range of data and testing assets to identify opportunities and evaluate the success of programs aimed at improving customer experience, engagement, and Return On Investment. Rely on extensive collaboration with other analysts and the development of effective cross-divisional relationships to act as a trusted advisor within the organization. Track, analyze and communicate customer, campaign, website, mobile, and sales behavior. Conduct a/b/n, multivariate, and algorithmic testing, and report results in a clear and compelling manner. Help provide actionable recommendations to influence business plans affecting all new and existing site features and functionality. Use a broad range of existing customer data to identify and evaluate opportunities for targeting and personalization. Identify trends and anomalies while developing theories to explain them. Support user adoption of analytics to enable data-driven decision making. Support data and testing governance efforts. Telecommuting within normal commuting distance of Seattle, WA is required, with at least monthly in-person meetings at Seattle-area REI offices

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Job Requirements: 
Bachelor’s degree* in Computer Science, or a closely related field, or the foreign degree equivalent; and 5 years of experience performing quantitative data analysis in a digital retail operations environment. *In lieu of bachelor’s degree, will accept an additional 2 years of experience performing quantitative data analysis in a digital retail operations environment. This experience must include the following: 5 years of experience developing sound analytics-based insights to business and technical problems; 5 years of experience in experimental design, model selection, execution, maintenance, and results analysis; 5 years of experience utilizing hypothesis testing concepts and practices including representative data, sample sizes and statistical significance; 5 years of experience utilizing knowledge of customer pathing, marketing channels, funnel conversion, targeting and personalization, and digital merchandizing; 3 years of experience leading cross-divisional efforts to accomplish goals, including providing information and business recommendations orally and in writing to technical and non-technical audiences including senior management both internally and externally; 3 years of experience performing the technical aspects of tracking customer, campaign, website, mobile, and sales behavior; and 5 years of experience utilizing SQL, Data visualization software and web-based analytical tools. 
Experience may be gained concurrently. 
Position is eligible for REI Employee Referral Program. 
Job # REI02142022
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With more than 160 retail locations (and growing), REI offers unique competitive benefits to its more than 15,000 employees, including healthcare, gear and apparel discounts, free equipment rentals and challenge grants to help employees reach personal outdoor goals, generous retirement plan contributions, public transit subsidy, adoptions assistance, paid sabbaticals, and more.

REI is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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