Stepico is a fast-growing game development company looking for a talented Game Product Analyst to join our team.
All major decisions of development teams are based on data, so the product analyst is directly involved in product decision-making.
— Passion for video games;
— Business school or University degree in a technical or quantitative discipline (Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering);
— Good working knowledge of basic statistical techniques to build intelligent tools;
— Strong SQL skills;
— Exposure to visualization and reporting tools such as Tableau.
— Attention to details;
— The ability to decompose any processes into chains of causes and effects;
— A basic understanding of the psychology and behavior of most games;
— Ability to construct, teach and test hypotheses and theories.
— Help design, develop and optimize our games to improve user experience and revenue by developing meaningful KPIs and metrics for our games;
— Conducting and analyzing A/B tests;
— Develop a deep understanding of user behavior through research;
— Cover all three aspects of the Data Analysis domain, Tracking, Reporting, and Analysis;
— Providing and analyzing metrics on the performance of the games and marketing campaigns;
— Analyzing payment yields and monetization flows, develop recommendations for revenue optimization;
— Constantly improve the KPIs to ensure that they are meaningful and usable in the daily work;
— Ensure regular communication of KPIs to the production teams, maintain an updated summary of the current view;
— Providing analytics of the in-game economy and monetization;
— Collaborating with the development and production team, provide data on the in-game economy (inflation rate, bottlenecks, churn rate, etc.).
These responsibilities are not limitativated and can be modified in order to reach the company’s goals and objectives as well as personal performance.
How will you grow professionally with Stepico
Stepico is relatively young as a product company and is immediately starting to get on the rails of the Data-Driven approach, which allows analysts to directly participate in product decision-making. In turn, this will allow a better understanding of cause-and-effect chains and use this for predictive models of both metrics and user behavior, allowing for a higher level of product-user interaction.
What will you get with Stepico
— Competitive salaries are regularly reviewed based on professional growth;
— Flexible working hours and remote working;
— 18 working days of paid time off;
— 5 paid sick leaves (without doctors’ notes);
— Life event support system (extra paid days off and financial compensation);
— Physical activities: basketball, football, yoga, massage;
— English classes;
— Art classes;
— Compensation for external conferences/ workshops/ events;
— Full employment;
— Fun corporate events.