Analyst - Instagram, Partnerships Analytics

Facebook - San Francisco, CA4.2

Full-timeEstimated: $79,000 - $100,000 a year
Instagram is a global community of more than 1 billion, which means jobs here offer countless ways to make an impact in a fast growing organization. Instagram was built to connect people to the people and interests they love. Our app has played a critical part in forming meaningful communities where people can connect with each other and share what matters most to them.
Facebook is seeking an Analyst to support our Instagram Partnerships team within Partnerships Analytics. The Partnerships team at Facebook works with the leading content creators in the world, in entertainment, sports, news, and other verticals. This is a unique opportunity to conduct analysis to understand how public figures are using Instagram and to inform the products that we build for them. The role will report to our Instagram Analytics lead within the Partnerships Analytics team and is based in San Francisco.
Query internal Instagram data and provide ongoing reporting/analyses about public figure performance for new product launches or company priorities
Build dashboards to support Partnerships and other teams within the company
Analyze and segment Instagram partners to better understand our ecosystem and allocate resources
Create and manage data pipelines to aggregate data for Instagram Partnerships team
Manage requests and priorities while creating presentations for internal use with cross-functional teams or external use with partners
Work with other analysts to understand how major media publishers, influencers, and public figures are using Facebook and Instagram to connect and share with people around the world
BA or BS degree
3+ years of experience, including pulling data and creating analyses independently
Experience using SQL to pull data directly from internal databases
Experience using Hive and/or Tableau
Experience communicating to all levels of an organization
Experience working independently
Interest in sports, news, or other content from public figures
Python, R, or other programming/predictive modeling skills
Experience at a consumer technology or media company or small startup