Tommy John, a disruptive, venture-backed NY-based brand, is seeking a dynamic Online Business Intelligence Manager for its rapidly expanding ecommerce business.
The ideal candidate for this role is smart, analytical and self-sufficient and can develop methods to improve a mixture of customer relationship, email, loyalty, retention and segmentation strategies.
The focus is on incremental customer profitability, satisfaction and lifetime value in a statistically significant fashion. You'll be working with large data sets from multiple sources to build predictive models for customer behavior.
Person must be excited by fast growing and disruptive brands like Spanx, Warby Parker, Lululemon, and Bonobos.
Position will report directly to the VP of Ecommerce.
- Experience modeling data and designing feature sets
- Excellent statistical and data analysis skills (e.g. significance testing, regression modeling, etc.)
- Working experience applying statistics and machine learning techniques to real-world data
- Experience with statistical software such as Matlab, R; relational database design and methods for efficiently retrieving data from databases
- Excellent data-visualization skills
- Experience with SQL and Python preferred
- Advanced degree in statistics, economics, finance, behavioral or social science or a related quantitative or professional field preferred
- 2+ years of relevant working experience
The position will be based in our Flatiron Manhattan (New York, NY) office and full benefits are provided. Compensation is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should email cover letter, resume and to email@example.com, with “Online Business Intelligence Manager” in the subject line.
Tommy John is a solution focused men’s underwear brand known for solving an age-old problem with men’s undershirts and was founded in 2009. We solve fit problems through innovative design, unmatched comfort, and smart fabric technology.
Our products are carried at department stores like Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus. Our online, direct-to-consumer business is exploding. We were on Business Insider’s list of “Top 51 Companies That Are Changing The Way We Shop“ and comments like “Tommy John is the Apple of Men’s Underwear” confirm the belief that we are onto something revolutionary.