The Los Angeles Times is looking for a senior data analyst to work side-by-side with journalists, helping them understand audience analytics and insights as we rebuild this vital institution and help create a data-centered organizational culture.
You will be part of our data organization, where you’ll have the chance to work with a team that includes data engineers, data scientists, analysts, and consumer researchers. Our goal is to help instill a data-first culture around our products, strategic initiatives, and business operations.
This analyst will work directly with our editorial team in Los Angeles, sitting alongside homepage and audience engagement editors. You will acquire a deep understanding of our newsroom’s workflow, strategies and goals and learn how to help our editors and reporters to apply data as they produce articles, photos, videos, podcasts and other content for our digital products.
This role requires constant collaboration across people and teams. You will be a key interface between our newsroom and opinion department, and our technology, product and data teams. Your insights will help inform the creation of new digital products and the continual improvement of existing ones.
This position will be part of our analytics team in our data organization, but will be embedded in our newsroom working alongside our journalists.