Twitter serves the public conversation by encouraging people all over the world to connect, learn, debate and solve problems together. We believe conversation can change the world, and that’s why Tweeps (that’s what we call Twitter employees) come to work every day.
You will be a key member of the Metrics Data Science team working closely with our partners in engineering, product, design, user research and operations to provide cross team insights to help unify efforts across the company and craft the product business strategy for Twitter.
As a Data Scientist on the Metrics team you will:
- Conduct analyses to derive strategic insights from vast datasets across different teams.
- Apply sophisticated statistical techniques to model user behavior, identify causal impact and attribution, build and benchmark metrics, and forecast future performance.
- Communicate findings to executives and cross-functional product teams by translating statistically rigorous analyses towards business impact.
- Improve the reproductivity and efficiency of analysis work through code review and other established processes.
- Advanced degree in quantitative analysis field and 2+ years of experience (or 4+ years of experience).
- Focus on learning on the job, taking initiative, and can thrive within a large team where you seek to mentor others.
- Own impactful projects from start to finish and influence organizations through cross functional efforts.
- Track record of mentorship and technical leadership
- Experience with causal measurements, time series forecasting, and metric design
- Experience with analytical programming languages such as Python or R.
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San Francisco applicants: In response to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we’d like to mention that we consider qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.