Performance Analyst Jobs

EPAM Anywhere is looking for Performance Analysts.

compensation.svg

Competitive compensation

We back all payments and operate in compliance with country-specific labor regulations. Your annual paycheck can range from $15k to $200k.

clients.svg

Numerous benefits

Make use of 1,500+ online and location-specific benefits across 30+ countries that also include healthcare and sports programs for you and your family.

growth.svg

Limitless career growth opportunities

Get access to a large-scale ecosystem that consists of educational and career development services created for your growth. A personal skill advisor will support you on each step of this journey.

Performance Analyst jobs at EPAM Anywhere

The main goal of a performance analyst is to collect complete analytical data on product performance and provide a ready-made report. This activity allows them to reduce costs and increase the company's profitability. Let's take a closer look at all the specifics of a specialist's job.

Main job description

In the work of a performance analyst, the primary value is the professional’s ability to increase the efficiency of the entire company. They carefully collect all the data from each department and submit it for analysis to deduce the easiest way to increase revenues. Company executives can evaluate all the work results in a report compiled by a specialist. The latter will also spell out options for solving problems.

Performance analyst responsibilities

The performance analyst job includes the following responsibilities:

  • Search for errors in the system
  • Evaluation of the company's performance at different levels
  • Writing documentation and reports
  • Assessment of possible risks
  • Compiling answers to all business questions
  • Building forecasts for the future
  • Making presentations for users
  • Compliance with the stated deadlines
  • Verification of different products for their compliance and expediency

Each company chooses a list of mandatory roles, requirements, and responsibilities. Most often, they differ due to the specifics of the company, as well as the level of the specialist. So, for beginners, only knowledge of the basics is required. These include novice analysts who have just received the necessary education or are continuing their studies. They are given the simplest tasks. Middle-level and senior professionals have much more responsibility, so the demand for them is much higher.

Requirements for performance analyst jobs

To secure the job, candidates for performance analyst jobs must meet the requirements:

  • Deep knowledge in the field of information systems
  • The ability to analyze products from the user’s standpoint
  • Control of all the essential tools for analysis
  • Ability to write reports
  • The ability to interact with users through analytics
  • 2+ years of experience in a similar position
  • A bachelor's or master's degree in advertising and marketing
  • Knowledge of the basics of business processes
  • Deep understanding of all financial aspects of the company
  • Performance tools

If you are considering a senior performance analyst position, be prepared for the role of a manager. Excellent management skills, leadership qualities, and the ability to delegate and distribute tasks will become critical skills for your job.

Personal qualities

Performance analysts often need to complete a massive workload under tight deadlines. Therefore, companies are looking for professionals with increased stress resistance, supported by excellent time management skills. In addition, managers need to see that the candidate is meticulous and attentive to every detail.