Salary: £40,000 – £50,000 Location: London, or remotely from any other location within the UK The company and our mission BridgeU was founded with the belief that talent is equally distributed across the globe, but opportunity is not. We take pride in helping students discover and explore the best pathways available to them – wherever those opportunities may be. We help universities to discover and engage the schools and students that will contribute to their vibrant, diverse and successful programs and courses. We believe BridgeU has never been more important to help students, schools and universities discover new opportunities globally and connect at a distance. Today, BridgeU is the market leading provider of university and careers guidance software to international and globally-minded secondary schools. BridgeU is proud to work with secondary schools in over 300 cities across 119 countries. And, we partner with a growing number of leading universities, currently in 7 countries, to connect recruitment and admissions teams to the largest community of international schools available on one platform. Uniquely, BridgeU combines the culture and pace of a start-up with the support and stability of being part of Kaplan, part of one of the world’s largest and most diverse education providers. Who you’ll be working with Our teammates are talented individuals who come from a variety of backgrounds. We’re committed to building an inclusive culture based on trust and kindness, which creates a work environment that helps enrich the product and support we provide to our customers. We currently have offices in London, Madrid and Hong Kong as well as fully remote employees. Since March 2020, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, BridgeU’s has become fully remote, and we are aiming to continue a remote-first culture even as our offices re-open. We usually aim for team members to travel between our offices to have face-to-face time with one another to bond, work together and have fun, and we’re aiming to get back to this in a post-Covid world. In the meantime, we’ve been socialising, playing games, hosting quizzes and connecting online so that we stay close to one another. The opportunity We are looking for a commercially-focused data analyst to help provide our commercial teams with insight, analysis and greater measurability of their initiatives, across our schools and universities portfolio. Reporting into the Revenue Operations Manager, you will work closely with our marketing, sales and customer success teams to help them better understand their own performance, improve their processes and empower them with insight. You will do this through both proactive measurement and reporting on performance against KPIs, and through working with each team on ad-hoc data projects to answer specific questions. As somebody with proven experience of working in an analytical role within a global commercial team, you will understand the speed and accuracy required to help our teams make good decisions that power our growth and development. You will be an excellent communicator, be comfortable working with colleagues from around the world, and have experience of drawing insight from data to make meaningful recommendations to colleagues and managers. Based: Either in our London office, or remotely anywhere in the UK. What you’ll be doing Acting as the first point of contact for data and analytical requirements across our entire commercial team, including sales, operations, marketing and customer success. Working across all of our existing data sources and services, including Salesforce, Postgres, Amplitude, Fivetran and Looker. Creating sustainable measurability within our commercial operations, and providing ongoing oversight and reporting of our key commercial KPIs. Working with commercial teams to answer specific questions through ad-hoc insight projects. Working alongside the RevOps Manager to develop scalable operations and infuse our processes with insight and measurability. Working alongside our data, product and engineering teams to enhance BridgeU’s data capability, including input on the architecture and software required to drive further growth. Promoting a data-driven culture within the teams, and championing the use of insight for effective decision-making. Skills And Experience Requirements 3 years as a commercially-focused analyst at a high-growth business, ideally in the education or technology space. Strong commercial acumen, with knowledge of the commercial drivers for a SaaS business, and experience in materially improving measurability within a high-growth commercial operation. Strong SQL skills, and experience of working with at least one of Looker or Amplitude. Wider experience using BI tools. Experience of creating effective and compelling reports, including dashboards. Moderate Salesforce development experience, with at least some experience of working with Salesforce automations and reporting. Experience designing or implementing Salesforce flows would be a plus. About You You live and breathe data and analytics. You’re proactive and won’t settle for “good enough”. You’re attention to detail is second-to-none. You’re eager to play a key role in a growing business. You’re an effective communicator, and can explain complex concepts to any audience. Benefits £40,000 – 50,000 per annum. 25 days annual leave per year plus bank holidays, and your birthday off Employer’s pension scheme Opportunities for flexible working hours, encouraging everyone to have a healthy work-life balance. Company funded social events. Investment into your professional development and opportunities for career progression. A comfortable and covid-secure office in London, for those who wish to use it A range of attractive benefits and corporate discounts. Access to confidential counselling as well as financial and legal advice from our Employee Assistance Programme. An open and democratic work culture where everyone can contribute, learn and teach. Equal opportunities We are a global team with a global mindset, cherishing and protecting diversity as one of our core values. We are always looking to diversify the talent in our team. Applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion, belief, marriage or civil partnership. If you feel you don’t quite meet all the criteria in the job spec but have the potential to do the role, we’d still love to hear from you.
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