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Business Analyst, Online Partnerships Group

Job in Dublin, Ireland

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1 to 3 years

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Minimum qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Statistics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Finance or equivalent practical experience.
  • Experience managing and querying datasets using SQL or other languages.
  • Experience working as a data analyst, business analyst, product analyst or consultant.

Preferred qualifications:

  • Experience using R, SPSS, Python, MATLAB or similar statistics tools.
  • Experience with analytic methodologies such as regression, classification, prediction, machine learning and neural networks.
  • Experience in consulting and team leadership/management.
  • Demonstrated passion for developing and analyzing large, complex data sets and converting them into the information and insights that drive business decisions at all levels of the organization.
  • Developed organizational and project management skills. 
  • Demonstrated presentation and verbal/written communication skills. 

About the job

The Online Partnerships Group (OPG) uses our portfolio of product solutions, including AdSense and Google Marketing Platform tools, to help online publishers grow their businesses. You'll provide creative, industry-leading online advertising solutions for publishers and developers and identify new opportunities. Some of the largest publishers on the web rely on our products and we're always trying to exceed their expectations and strengthen our long-term partner relationships. We help grow Google's business with the largest online publishers and provide account management for users of AdSense, Google Ad Manager and more.

The Publisher Intelligence team is a business analyst team responsible for helping our Online Partnership Group (OPG) make the best decisions possible using data. As a Business Analyst, on the Publisher Intelligence team, you'll be responsible for scoping, initiating, and delivering on analytical projects, such as modeling publisher behavior and evaluating the impact of projects and products via statistical methods. In addition, you’ll support other team members by sharing your knowledge and expertise. You will work in a collaborative role working closely with the various teams within OPG and throughout Google to drive the business decisions that will make our partners more successful.

Google was founded to organize the world’s information, and our Partnerships team was there from the start, connecting us with the world’s largest generators of online content. Google helps our partners find better ways to reach their audiences and manage their digital businesses. In return, our partners provide great content for our products, and they syndicate our Google products to enhance their sites. Our Partnerships team members expand and nurture these relationships by continually finding new opportunities and solving technical problems for our partners.


  • Lead cross-functional research and analysis projects for Online Partnerships Group including initiate, analyze, and socialize data projects in conjunction with cross-functional stakeholders.
  • Work closely with management and their teams to understand their information needs, ensuring that solutions are fit for their evolving needs, and help to develop their related skills capabilities.
  • Manage and develop data infrastructure in order to bring order and insight to complex datasets. Understand, analyze, and interpret trends in the market that affect the display ads business.
  • Communicate findings from data and analyses to stakeholders, and help influence them to make the best decisions possible.
  • Contribute to coaching junior members of the team on analysis and project management methods
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