Read more about this role in the Data Analytics Handbook Page.
An intern is not required to meet the base Data Analyst responsibilities and requirements, but is required to be interested in developing in towards them. An intern must:
The Junior Data Analyst reports to the Manager, Data.
The Junior Data Analyst is a grade 5.
The responsibilities of the Junior Data Analyst are listed in the Responsibilities section above.
The Junior Data Analyst Requirements extend the Requirements section above and include:
The Data Analyst (Intermediate) reports to the Manager, Data.
The Data Analyst (Intermediate) is a grade 6.
The responsibilities of the Data Analyst extend the Junior Data Analyst role and include:
The requirements of the Data Analyst extend the Junior Data Analyst role and include:
The Senior Data Analyst reports to the Manager, Data.
The Senior Data Analyst is a grade 7.
The responsibilities of the Senior Data Analyst extend the Data Analyst (Intermediate) role and include:
The requirements of the Senior Data Analyst extend the Data Analyst (Intermediate) role and include:
The Staff Data Analyst reports to the Manager, Data.
Market Justification: The business need for this role is to hire, retain, and develop technical talent by establishing Individual Contributor focused career paths for our team members who do not want to move into Data People Management. Staff Data Analyst is a widely accepted role, as supported by survey data, and is common in many data-driven companies. In some companies this position is also called Lead Data Analyst.
The responsibilities of the Staff Data Analyst extend the Senior Data Analyst role and include:
The requirements of the Staff Data Analyst extend the Senior Data Analyst role and include:
The next step in the Data Analyst job family is to move to the Data Management job family.
Candidates for this position can expect the hiring process to follow the order below. Please keep in mind that candidates can be declined from the position at any stage of the process. To learn more about someone who may be conducting the interview, find their job title on our team page.
Additional details about our process can be found on our hiring page.
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