Analyst/Senior Analyst, Business Analytics
December 21, 2020
San Francisco, CA or Remote (US Only)
Our Mission and Opportunity
Early education is one of the greatest determinants of childhood outcomes, is a must for working families, and has lasting social and economic impact. Brightwheel’s mission is to transform early education for every teacher, child, and parent — by giving teachers meaningfully more time with students each day, engaging parents in the development of their kids, and supporting the small businesses that make up the backbone of the $100 billion early education market. Brightwheel is the most loved technology brand in early education globally, trusted by thousands of educators and millions of families.
Based in San Francisco, Denver, and Austin, along with fully remote team members, our team is passionate, talented, and customer-focused. Our exceptional investor group includes Bessemer Venture Partners, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, GGV Capital, Lowercase Capital, and Mark Cuban.
We believe that everyone—from our employees to the students, teachers, and administrators we serve— should be given the opportunity to learn and thrive, whatever their background may be. We celebrate diversity in all forms because it allows our team and the communities we serve to reach their full potential and do their best work.
Brightwheel is seeking a talented business analyst to join our Analytics team and analyze, investigate, and generate insights throughout the business. This role will empower the organization by uncovering strategic insights, and automating and refining reporting and dashboards to make data-driven decisions. The ideal candidate has a passion for data, analysis, and a desire to get to the ‘whys’ behind the numbers. You’ll deliver ongoing insights to the business while gaining invaluable experience in a position with significant responsibility and interaction with business partners.
What You’ll Do
Brightwheel is proud to celebrate diversity and is committed to building an inclusive workplace regardless of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.