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Data Analyst – Mobile Games – Midlands

Location: Warwick Salary: Negotiable

Job ID: # Posted: 8 months ago

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Job Title – Data Analyst – Mobile Games – Midlands

Job Location – Midlands

Job Type – Permanent

Salary – £Neg dependent on experience


I am pleased to be working with a long-standing and growing independent mobile game developer who have worked on some great and well-known IPs as well as producing their own games on mobile with over 100 million installs across iOS and Google Play. They are looking for a more Senior Game Analyst to join their team in the Midlands to collect, analyse and present their game and associated data and recommend areas of improvement.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Creation of data analysis events to go into each game
  • The evaluation of these data events during soft launch and then full launch
  • The communication of the games’ performance against set KPIs
  • The creation and management of a dashboard for differing roles to display the relevant data
  • The suggestion of improvements based on the data analysis
  • Using our own proprietary and 3rd party systems

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Able to use Tableau to a high standard – you MUST have used Tableau in previous roles. (This must be shown within CV)
  • The ability to import all data into and manage a central database
  • A strong grasp on KPIs relating to games, and particularly mobile games
  • Good communication skills to all levels both internally and externally
  • The ability to manage your own time effectively
  • The ability to work alongside development to optimise games

Benefits Include:

  • Working within a Flexible environment (Semi flexible working hours)
  • Free Breakfast, drinks and snacks
  • Regular team activities and events
  • Competitive Salary

Tagged as: Analyst, Data Analyst

Tags: Analyst , Data Analyst Categories: Analytics , Commercial


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