0ptimus Consulting, a data science and software company, is seeking an entry-level business analyst in the newly opened New York City office. The analyst will work closely with the Director of Growth to design and implement core strategic initiatives for 0ptimus and our clients. The role is ideal for young professionals with a keen interest in technology growth, politics, marketing, and/or finance.
0ptimus builds software and performs advanced analyses that help commercial, political, and financial leaders execute during critical windows, such as elections or holiday shopping seasons. We are the data science backbone at times when performance is critical. 0ptimus has three main business units: Politics, Commercial, and Financial. The role will straddle each of these business units and candidates will be expected to learn rapidly across each field.
The 0ptimus team is a dedicated mix of data scientists, software developers, designers, and strategists. Having started in Politics, in 2016 we opened our New York City office to address rapid growth in our commercial and finance industry offerings.
- Market and client research
- Client management
- Market monitoring, reporting, and analysis
- Administrative tasks for management
- The creation of marketing plans, research, and strategies
- Client engagement and project management
- Additional. We are a rapidly growing technology company, meaning we all do a little of everything. Sometimes you will need to schedule meetings. Other times you will be in meetings with the CEO of a leading enterprise, discussing their critical revenue window. Be ready for all of it.
All qualified applicants will be reviewed. We seek talented individuals with a passion for technology and who want to learn what it takes to scale a technology-backed enterprise. Ideal candidates have completed a 4-year college degree (or equivalent) and have a year or two of professional experience. All majors, minors, and focuses will be considered.
Must be passionate about technology and its role in helping enhance human decision making.