In today’s tech environment, strategic thinking must be paired with strong analytical skills. As a Senior Analyst on Lucid’s Strategy & Analytics team, you will be expected to be fluent in all aspects of strategic problem solving - from identifying opportunities to analyzing data, presenting results, and driving change. This role is designed for candidates who have already honed their technical skills working with data and are ready to take their careers to the next level.
As part of the team, you will rotate to a new function after 9-12 months, allowing you to see multiple sides of the business and expand your knowledge and experience. The groups supported by analysts from the Strategy & Analytics team include Marketing, Demand Generation, Sales Operations, Customer Success, Product, and Strategy. The tool set you develop and use will be similar across these functions, but each presents domain-specific challenges that will provide unique opportunities for learning.
Some examples of past projects from our team include creating a customer health score to highlight at-risk accounts, identifying opportunities to accelerate product adoption at enterprise companies, creating tools to automate the analysis of A/B tests, finding ways to increase collaboration and virality of our product, and building dashboards to help sales reps target high-potential accounts.
Although your day-to-day work will be with the function to which you are assigned, you will be well-supported by the rest of the Strategy & Analytics team. While we are physically distributed throughout the office, we maintain close ties by holding weekly team trainings, daily working sessions, and regular team activities. We help each other whenever possible, and with the collective efforts of the full team, there’s rarely a question we can’t answer.
Our mission is to make working visually easy and essential for everyone. And we hold true to our core values of: (1) innovation in everything we do; (2) passion & excellence in every area; (3) providing individual empowerment, initiative and ownership; and (4) teamwork over ego.