Product Business Analyst
Job TypeFull Time
Job FieldData Science / Research
Duties & Responsibilities:
Evaluation of new market potential and prioritize opportunities accordingly.
Put together business cases for products in our pipeline, including market analysis, competitive analysis, revenue projections, and cost estimates.
Conduct data analysis to evaluate the performance of our products and identify areas for improvement.
Monitor and report on key metrics related to product performance, including user engagement, retention, and revenue.
Analyze user behaviour and feedback to understand user needs and pain points.
Work closely with product managers, designers, and engineers to provide data-driven insights and recommendations for product improvements.
Analyze market research to stay up to date on industry trends and competitors.
Serve as a bridge between key R&D, operations, and commercial business functions.
Skills and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in business, economics, statistics, or a related field.
2+ years of experience as a product analyst, business analyst or similar position.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Proficiency in data analysis and visualization tools, such as Excel, SQL, and Tableau.
Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
Ability to work independently and prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment.
Knowledge of product management methodologies, such as the Stage-Gate Process, is a plus.
Experience in the clean energy industry or working with products that benefit low-income households is a plus.
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BURN designs, manufactures, and distributes aspirational fuel-efficient cooking products that save lives and forests in the developing world.BURN has revolutionized the global cookstove sector by proving the business case for selling a high quality, locally manufactured and unsubsidized cookstoves.Since 2013, BURN has sold 200,000+ high quality, locally manufactured and unsubsidized jikokoas â„¢ stoves in East Africa. These stoves have helped 1,000,000+ beneficiaries save $39 million in fuel expenditures and 626,221 tons of wood while reducing indoor air pollution by 65%. BURN currently sells ~10,000 stoves per month and intend to double sales by the end of 2017.