Analyst

Pantheon Analytics | Remote | Permanent

Date Posted

07/26/21

Job Role

Analytics

Organization Type

Nonprofit

Location

Remote

Salary Range

$41,000-$60,000

How to Apply

Analyst

Pantheon Analytics | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Analyst – Pantheon Analytics Job description

About Pantheon Analytics: At Pantheon, we are progressive data nerds who strive to find creative solutions to a variety of problems. Our clients rely on us as an on-call data team, ready to answer questions through rigorous analysis and data engineering. Our small team works primarily with organizations in Democratic politics and the wider progressive sphere. We run experiments, create data pipelines, design surveys, analyze voter files, build models, and program automated reports.

The Analyst will be reporting to one or both of the co-founders of Pantheon Analytics and will provide analytics and programming support. The Analyst will work closely with our team to find creative solutions for the data problems our clients bring to us. Our work runs the gamut from building data pipelines and running fundraising reports to designing election experiments and analyzing Census data. As an Analyst at Pantheon Analytics, you will be in the thick of everything we do.

We strive to create a welcoming workplace that reflects progressive movement’s values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are aware, though, that we have fallen short of ensuring adequate racial and gender diversity within our small but growing team. We are committed to doing better. Equal employment matters to us, not just as progressives but as data scientists specifically. At Pantheon, we are constantly working with databases of voters, activists, and donors — diverse populations where understanding the cultural and political context is vital. Our work is stronger when it is the product of different perspectives and backgrounds. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply for this role.

We are looking for someone who is smart and has some of the skills below, but we are flexible and willing to mold the position to fit your strong suits. We encourage you to apply even if you only meet some of the “requirements”.

On some projects the Analyst will serve as a supporting team member, giving you an opportunity to learn from our team and grow your analytics skills in new directions. On other projects you will serve as a lead, letting you flex your creative analytical skills and independent work ethic.

Whether through coursework, trainings, or job experience, Analyst candidates should have some background in programming, data science, statistics, or a related field.

As an Analyst, you may:

  • Take on independent data analysis and/or programming projects, depending on skill set
  • Run weekly data reports for ongoing client projects
  • Analyze the results of election-related experiments
  • Compile datasets from voter files, Census data, and other data sources
  • Write and/or edit data-focused reports and newsletters
  • Join team on client calls and presentations
  • Create automated scripts to perform a variety of needed tasks (e.g. data syncs, client facing reports, API integrations, etc)
  • Other work as assigned

Job requirements

  • Experience with relational databases (SQL experience preferred)
  • Strong knowledge of advanced Excel capabilities (such as the ability to create pivot tables, write complex formulas, etc)
  • A well defined equity lens and passion for Pantheon’s commitment to progressive politics
  • Self motivated & strong remote-team communication skills
  • Excellent organizational, time-management, oral and written communications skills
  • General knowledge of statistics and analytical reasoning
  • Ability to explain the products of your data work to people without a background in data
  • Experience with scripting or software development languages – Python experience preferred

The following skills are helpful to have, but are not required. If you have any of these skills, please be sure to note them in your cover letter and/or resume:

  • Proficiency with Python analytics libraries such as NumPy and Pandas or in the R statistical programming language, Stata/SPSS.
  • Knowledge of GIS mapping software
  • Knowledge of A/B testing or experimental design
  • Experience with voter file data, including VAN data

Salary: $50,400 per year; bonuses available after first year

Start Date: Summer or fall of 2021

Benefits: Reimbursements for health insurance premiums up to federal individual QSEHRA limit ($441.67/month); SIMPLE IRA retirement fund (Pantheon will match up to 3% of Analyst’s salary, which translates to ~$1,500 or more each year); 15 paid vacation days per year; unlimited sick leave; opportunity to earn commissions on new client contracts.

Location: Remote office

Date Posted

07/26/21

Job Role

Analytics

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Position Summary

Analyst – Pantheon Analytics Job description

About Pantheon Analytics: At Pantheon, we are progressive data nerds who strive to find creative solutions to a variety of problems. Our clients rely on us as an on-call data team, ready to answer questions through rigorous analysis and data engineering. Our small team works primarily with organizations in Democratic politics and the wider progressive sphere. We run experiments, create data pipelines, design surveys, analyze voter files, build models, and program automated reports.

The Analyst will be reporting to one or both of the co-founders of Pantheon Analytics and will provide analytics and programming support. The Analyst will work closely with our team to find creative solutions for the data problems our clients bring to us. Our work runs the gamut from building data pipelines and running fundraising reports to designing election experiments and analyzing Census data. As an Analyst at Pantheon Analytics, you will be in the thick of everything we do.

We strive to create a welcoming workplace that reflects progressive movement’s values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are aware, though, that we have fallen short of ensuring adequate racial and gender diversity within our small but growing team. We are committed to doing better. Equal employment matters to us, not just as progressives but as data scientists specifically. At Pantheon, we are constantly working with databases of voters, activists, and donors — diverse populations where understanding the cultural and political context is vital. Our work is stronger when it is the product of different perspectives and backgrounds. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply for this role.

We are looking for someone who is smart and has some of the skills below, but we are flexible and willing to mold the position to fit your strong suits. We encourage you to apply even if you only meet some of the “requirements”.

On some projects the Analyst will serve as a supporting team member, giving you an opportunity to learn from our team and grow your analytics skills in new directions. On other projects you will serve as a lead, letting you flex your creative analytical skills and independent work ethic.

Whether through coursework, trainings, or job experience, Analyst candidates should have some background in programming, data science, statistics, or a related field.

As an Analyst, you may:

  • Take on independent data analysis and/or programming projects, depending on skill set
  • Run weekly data reports for ongoing client projects
  • Analyze the results of election-related experiments
  • Compile datasets from voter files, Census data, and other data sources
  • Write and/or edit data-focused reports and newsletters
  • Join team on client calls and presentations
  • Create automated scripts to perform a variety of needed tasks (e.g. data syncs, client facing reports, API integrations, etc)
  • Other work as assigned

Job requirements

  • Experience with relational databases (SQL experience preferred)
  • Strong knowledge of advanced Excel capabilities (such as the ability to create pivot tables, write complex formulas, etc)
  • A well defined equity lens and passion for Pantheon’s commitment to progressive politics
  • Self motivated & strong remote-team communication skills
  • Excellent organizational, time-management, oral and written communications skills
  • General knowledge of statistics and analytical reasoning
  • Ability to explain the products of your data work to people without a background in data
  • Experience with scripting or software development languages – Python experience preferred

The following skills are helpful to have, but are not required. If you have any of these skills, please be sure to note them in your cover letter and/or resume:

  • Proficiency with Python analytics libraries such as NumPy and Pandas or in the R statistical programming language, Stata/SPSS.
  • Knowledge of GIS mapping software
  • Knowledge of A/B testing or experimental design
  • Experience with voter file data, including VAN data

Salary: $50,400 per year; bonuses available after first year

Start Date: Summer or fall of 2021

Benefits: Reimbursements for health insurance premiums up to federal individual QSEHRA limit ($441.67/month); SIMPLE IRA retirement fund (Pantheon will match up to 3% of Analyst’s salary, which translates to ~$1,500 or more each year); 15 paid vacation days per year; unlimited sick leave; opportunity to earn commissions on new client contracts.

Location: Remote office

Date Posted

07/26/21

Job Role

Analytics

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Analyst

Pantheon Analytics | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Analyst – Pantheon Analytics Job description

About Pantheon Analytics: At Pantheon, we are progressive data nerds who strive to find creative solutions to a variety of problems. Our clients rely on us as an on-call data team, ready to answer questions through rigorous analysis and data engineering. Our small team works primarily with organizations in Democratic politics and the wider progressive sphere. We run experiments, create data pipelines, design surveys, analyze voter files, build models, and program automated reports.

The Analyst will be reporting to one or both of the co-founders of Pantheon Analytics and will provide analytics and programming support. The Analyst will work closely with our team to find creative solutions for the data problems our clients bring to us. Our work runs the gamut from building data pipelines and running fundraising reports to designing election experiments and analyzing Census data. As an Analyst at Pantheon Analytics, you will be in the thick of everything we do.

We strive to create a welcoming workplace that reflects progressive movement’s values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are aware, though, that we have fallen short of ensuring adequate racial and gender diversity within our small but growing team. We are committed to doing better. Equal employment matters to us, not just as progressives but as data scientists specifically. At Pantheon, we are constantly working with databases of voters, activists, and donors — diverse populations where understanding the cultural and political context is vital. Our work is stronger when it is the product of different perspectives and backgrounds. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply for this role.

We are looking for someone who is smart and has some of the skills below, but we are flexible and willing to mold the position to fit your strong suits. We encourage you to apply even if you only meet some of the “requirements”.

On some projects the Analyst will serve as a supporting team member, giving you an opportunity to learn from our team and grow your analytics skills in new directions. On other projects you will serve as a lead, letting you flex your creative analytical skills and independent work ethic.

Whether through coursework, trainings, or job experience, Analyst candidates should have some background in programming, data science, statistics, or a related field.

As an Analyst, you may:

  • Take on independent data analysis and/or programming projects, depending on skill set
  • Run weekly data reports for ongoing client projects
  • Analyze the results of election-related experiments
  • Compile datasets from voter files, Census data, and other data sources
  • Write and/or edit data-focused reports and newsletters
  • Join team on client calls and presentations
  • Create automated scripts to perform a variety of needed tasks (e.g. data syncs, client facing reports, API integrations, etc)
  • Other work as assigned

Job requirements

  • Experience with relational databases (SQL experience preferred)
  • Strong knowledge of advanced Excel capabilities (such as the ability to create pivot tables, write complex formulas, etc)
  • A well defined equity lens and passion for Pantheon’s commitment to progressive politics
  • Self motivated & strong remote-team communication skills
  • Excellent organizational, time-management, oral and written communications skills
  • General knowledge of statistics and analytical reasoning
  • Ability to explain the products of your data work to people without a background in data
  • Experience with scripting or software development languages – Python experience preferred

The following skills are helpful to have, but are not required. If you have any of these skills, please be sure to note them in your cover letter and/or resume:

  • Proficiency with Python analytics libraries such as NumPy and Pandas or in the R statistical programming language, Stata/SPSS.
  • Knowledge of GIS mapping software
  • Knowledge of A/B testing or experimental design
  • Experience with voter file data, including VAN data

Salary: $50,400 per year; bonuses available after first year

Start Date: Summer or fall of 2021

Benefits: Reimbursements for health insurance premiums up to federal individual QSEHRA limit ($441.67/month); SIMPLE IRA retirement fund (Pantheon will match up to 3% of Analyst’s salary, which translates to ~$1,500 or more each year); 15 paid vacation days per year; unlimited sick leave; opportunity to earn commissions on new client contracts.

Location: Remote office

Date Posted

07/26/21

Job Role

Analytics

Location

Remote

Salary

How to Apply

Analyst

Pantheon Analytics | Remote | Permanent

Position Summary

Analyst – Pantheon Analytics Job description

About Pantheon Analytics: At Pantheon, we are progressive data nerds who strive to find creative solutions to a variety of problems. Our clients rely on us as an on-call data team, ready to answer questions through rigorous analysis and data engineering. Our small team works primarily with organizations in Democratic politics and the wider progressive sphere. We run experiments, create data pipelines, design surveys, analyze voter files, build models, and program automated reports.

The Analyst will be reporting to one or both of the co-founders of Pantheon Analytics and will provide analytics and programming support. The Analyst will work closely with our team to find creative solutions for the data problems our clients bring to us. Our work runs the gamut from building data pipelines and running fundraising reports to designing election experiments and analyzing Census data. As an Analyst at Pantheon Analytics, you will be in the thick of everything we do.

We strive to create a welcoming workplace that reflects progressive movement’s values of diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are aware, though, that we have fallen short of ensuring adequate racial and gender diversity within our small but growing team. We are committed to doing better. Equal employment matters to us, not just as progressives but as data scientists specifically. At Pantheon, we are constantly working with databases of voters, activists, and donors — diverse populations where understanding the cultural and political context is vital. Our work is stronger when it is the product of different perspectives and backgrounds. We strongly encourage diverse candidates to apply for this role.

We are looking for someone who is smart and has some of the skills below, but we are flexible and willing to mold the position to fit your strong suits. We encourage you to apply even if you only meet some of the “requirements”.

On some projects the Analyst will serve as a supporting team member, giving you an opportunity to learn from our team and grow your analytics skills in new directions. On other projects you will serve as a lead, letting you flex your creative analytical skills and independent work ethic.

Whether through coursework, trainings, or job experience, Analyst candidates should have some background in programming, data science, statistics, or a related field.

As an Analyst, you may:

  • Take on independent data analysis and/or programming projects, depending on skill set
  • Run weekly data reports for ongoing client projects
  • Analyze the results of election-related experiments
  • Compile datasets from voter files, Census data, and other data sources
  • Write and/or edit data-focused reports and newsletters
  • Join team on client calls and presentations
  • Create automated scripts to perform a variety of needed tasks (e.g. data syncs, client facing reports, API integrations, etc)
  • Other work as assigned

Job requirements

  • Experience with relational databases (SQL experience preferred)
  • Strong knowledge of advanced Excel capabilities (such as the ability to create pivot tables, write complex formulas, etc)
  • A well defined equity lens and passion for Pantheon’s commitment to progressive politics
  • Self motivated & strong remote-team communication skills
  • Excellent organizational, time-management, oral and written communications skills
  • General knowledge of statistics and analytical reasoning
  • Ability to explain the products of your data work to people without a background in data
  • Experience with scripting or software development languages – Python experience preferred

The following skills are helpful to have, but are not required. If you have any of these skills, please be sure to note them in your cover letter and/or resume:

  • Proficiency with Python analytics libraries such as NumPy and Pandas or in the R statistical programming language, Stata/SPSS.
  • Knowledge of GIS mapping software
  • Knowledge of A/B testing or experimental design
  • Experience with voter file data, including VAN data

Salary: $50,400 per year; bonuses available after first year

Start Date: Summer or fall of 2021

Benefits: Reimbursements for health insurance premiums up to federal individual QSEHRA limit ($441.67/month); SIMPLE IRA retirement fund (Pantheon will match up to 3% of Analyst’s salary, which translates to ~$1,500 or more each year); 15 paid vacation days per year; unlimited sick leave; opportunity to earn commissions on new client contracts.

Location: Remote office

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