Marketing Measurement Specialist
Spotify | New York, NY
Posted here January 7
Spotify is seeking a Marketing Data Specialist to help track, measure, and improve marketing investments across the globe. If you’re passionate about marketing technology, overseeing how and where we reach users, working with external and internal partners, we want to hear from you. This role with have significant collaboration with partners, multiple marketing teams, and engineers. You will also collaborate with Spotify’s global community of 100+ analysts/scientists.
What you’ll do
Build large-scale batch data pipelines with data processing frameworks like Scalding, Scio, Storm, Spark and the Google Cloud Platform
Leverage best practices in continuous integration and delivery
Help drive optimization, testing and tooling to improve data quality
Collaborate with other engineers, ML experts and stakeholders, taking learning and leadership opportunities that will arise every single day
Work in cross functional agile teams to continuously experiment, iterate and deliver on new product objectives
Drive pipeline adoption internally and externally
Define and prioritize requirements and own future roadmap for pipelines
Who you are
You know how to work with high volume heterogeneous data, preferably with BigQuery and BigTable
You are knowledgeable about data modeling, data access, and data storage techniques
You care about agile software processes, data-driven development, reliability, and responsible experimentation
You understand the value of collaboration within teams
3+ years of experience in marketing technology and media tracking preferred
Strong analytical skills, querying and dashboarding preferred
Mobile marketing and analytics experience preferred
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