Employer: Vemo Education
Job Title: Data AnalystVemo Education: Vemo Education transforms the way schools attract students and measure outcomes. Colleges and training providers leverage Vemo to align tuition with student success. From reimagined financial aid packaging to data-driven enrollment management, Vemo partners with schools to advance clear strategic objectives: higher yield, improved retention, and accelerated completion. Job Description:We’re looking for a business analyst/data analyst to help us shape the future of education. Our school partners hire us to accomplish their student success goals of enrollment, retention and graduation. We help them build income-based financing models and analyze the resulting data to quantify the impact we have for our partners. You will also play a vital role in performing and expanding the function of portfolio analysis for current clients. We are seeking someone who can perform well in a highly dynamic, rapidly changing environment. The candidate we’re looking for is curious, self-motivated and likes to teach themselves new skills. You welcome the challenge to learn a new tool, understand a new data set, and think creatively about how to show useful information to others in digestible, interactive formats. You balance this with the ability to manage long term partner relationships, which we all know are critical to success in higher education.ResponsibilitiesBuild data infrastructure in our data warehouse that helps us best utilize our business intelligence platformTrack external data sources we use in our analytics and ensure we refresh our data sets whenever necessaryBrainstorm and build new visualizations for our external clients and for internal stakeholdersSupport credit and analytics teams in developing standard reporting metrics and methods for existing portfoliosContribute to the development of product offerings to meet the needs of our customersWe’re looking for someone who: First and foremost, embraces a passion for our mission to expand educational access by helping student-centered schools succeedWorks with a team-driven mentalityLives the metrics – tests hypotheses, measures value and counts everythingThinks analytically and possesses excellent verbal and written communication skills Prioritizes conflicting needs and juggles multiple high-importance, high-urgency matters Demonstrates the ability to thrive and be flexible amidst ambiguity Preferred QualificationsMinimum 2 years of experience working with dataComfortable working with Snowflake, Looker, SQL, Python, ExcelExperience or interest in the higher education industryPreference will be given to candidates able to start immedicatelyRequired Qualifications: Experience with SQL, Excel, business intelligence platforms Why you’ll love this jobOur mission is unique: we’re helping transform the future of education by building high-quality income-based financing programs for schools. We help to increase educational opportunity and reduce financial barriers to economic mobility. In short, we help schools help students.We’re a small, growing team that enjoys pursuing our mission by working hard and getting a lot done. Our team is intelligent, affable, and experienced.We care about you. We offer a competitive health, dental, and vision insurance for employees and their dependents as well as 401K management and FSA.We value diversity and inclusivity. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. To apply, please send a cover letter and a resume. Incomplete applications and stock cover letters will be ignored. Vemo Education is interested in every qualified candidate who is eligible to work in the United States. However, we are not able to sponsor visas at this time.Equal Opportunity Employer: Vemo Education does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.