$80K — $100K *
Papa’s mission is to support families throughout the aging journey. Every day 11,000 people in the United States turn 65. Loneliness is a disease and Social Determinants of Health have huge impacts on people’s lives. The Papa team and our tens of thousands of Papa Pals are here to provide companionship, support, and care to millions of families.
Backed by amazing partners, Papa has raised over $31M in funding. Our investors include Canaan, Comcast Ventures, Operator Partners, Magnify Ventures, Pivotal Ventures (Melinda Gates’ fund), Initialized Capital, Sound Ventures (Ashton Kutcher’s fund), and YCombinator.
Papa, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. We proudly support the ParityPledge® for gender and/or racial parity at the highest levels of business.
About the Role
As the first Data Scientist within Papa’s Marketplace team, you will play a key role in improving our product experience and the health of our marketplace. You will partner with business owners across growth, product, and operations to understand goals, craft KPIs, and measure ongoing performance. Initially, you will work with product, growth, and engineering teams to ensure we have the proper instrumentation in place to deliver on these metrics. This may include input into expanding Papa’s data management capabilities. Your work will be crucial to architecting and building our data infrastructure. You will subsequently use advanced statistical techniques to analyze large data sets and identify key insights to inform growth opportunities, product improvements, and business strategy. You will help ensure that our teams are asking the right questions and help find those answers. Understanding the team’s goals, you will be proactive in discovering and sharing relevant insights so we can provide an ever-improving product experience and reach more people. This role requires a high level of independence, ownership, initiative, and collaboration working cross-functionally across all levels of the organization.
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Valid through: 3/26/2021