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February 7, 2024
London, United Kingdom
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We're seeking a proficient and seasoned Data Strategy Consultant to join our diverse product development team. The ideal candidate is a data-focused professional with a comprehensive grasp of data analysis methodologies, experience constructing user graphs involving extensive data points, solid business insight, and excellent communication abilities.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with clientele and the product team to comprehend business aims, difficulties, prerequisites, and hypotheses, and develop customized data strategies and resolutions.
  • Provide guidance on data-powered decision-making procedures, including selecting and integrating suitable data analytics tools and technologies.
  • Offer adept advice on data governance, data privacy, and conformity best practices, ensuring alignment with pertinent regulations in the US.
  • Devise and implement data models, databases, and data frameworks that facilitate streamlined data management and retrieval.
  • Scrutinize large and intricate datasets utilizing advanced statistical and analytical techniques to pinpoint trends, patterns, and prospects.
  • Forge data visualization dashboards, reports, and presentations to convey pivotal discoveries and insights to clientele in a lucid and persuasive manner.


  • Demonstrated track record as a Data Strategy Consultant or a correlated position, with a preference for familiarity in a startup context.
  • Profound proficiency in data analysis, statistical modeling, and data visualization via tools like Python, R, SQL, Tableau, or Power BI.
  • Thorough understanding of data administration principles, data governance, and protocols for assuring data quality.
  • Familiarity with data storage structures (relational databases, data lakes, cloud-oriented platforms) and involvement in designing data frameworks.
  • Outstanding communication prowess, capable of effectively communicating technical concepts to both technical and non-technical stakeholders.