At Porch, we are reinventing the way homeowners connect with professionals to get work done on their home. Do you enjoy collaborating with teams to solve challenging puzzles? Are you passionate about working with large data sets? If so, join our team.
As a Product Analyst, you will partner cross-functionally with product and business teams to (1) identify and report on core metrics used to make decisions, (2) define and solve tough business problems and (3) derive insights that have a meaningful impact. You will work across all business functions, using data to derive strategic insight, communicate the insight with business leaders, and assist in driving long-term growth. You will be a member of highly collaborative team that values personal growth and education, and offers team-led courses and sessions in SQL, scripting, and advanced analytics.
In this role, you will work with our product development teams touching the core part of the user experience. This team works with key people across engineering, product, marketing, sales, and operations to ensure that homeowners are connected with the most qualified pros. If you are a fast learner with the ability to thrive in a high-speed, ambiguous environment, using data to build frameworks where none exist, this might be the role for you.
What You Will Do
What You Bring
Launched September, 2013, as an online home improvement network connecting homeowners with qualified professionals, Porch has grown into the industry leading partner for the home. With more than 250,000 active professionals across the U.S., Porch partners with large retailers like Walmart, Lowe’s, and Pottery Barn to provide home services fulfillment for their customers, as well as direct-to-consumer access to more than 160 different home services offerings through Porch.com. Focused on assisting customers at every stage of the “home journey” – including moving in, installations, assembly, repairs and ongoing maintenance – last year alone, the company facilitated over 2 million home-related projects, generating almost $1 billion in revenue for small business owners and sole proprietors in specialty areas such as plumbing, roofing, electrical work carpentry, and more.