As a Senior Business Intelligence Analyst, you will be charged with providing analytics reporting and data-driven strategic insights, trends and perspectives. The ideal candidate will develop and maintain relevant reporting and perform critical data analysis necessary to monitor and improve revenue-related business goals for Bankrate.com. This role requires a proactive personality, extremely analytical mindset, attention to detail, and excellent time management and communication skills. This role will report to the Director of Business Intelligence and will be based in the Bankrate.com New York City Office.
Bankrate is a leading publisher, aggregator and distributor of personal finance content on the Internet.
Bankrate provides consumers with proprietary, fully researched, comprehensive, independent and objective personal finance editorial content across multiple vertical categories including mortgages, deposits, insurance, credit cards, personal loans, and other categories, such as retirement, automobile loans, and taxes.
The Bankrate network includes Bankrate.com, its flagship website, and other owned and operated personal finance websites, including CreditCards.com, Interest.com, Bankaholic.com, Mortgage-calc.com, CreditCardGuide.com, Nationwide Card Services, Bankrate.com.cn, CreditCards.ca, NetQuote.com, CD.com, Walla.by, and Quizzle.
Bankrate aggregates rate information from over 4,800 institutions on more than 300 financial products. With coverage of nearly 600 local markets in all 50 U.S. states, Bankrate generates over 172,000 distinct rate tables capturing, on average, over three million pieces of information weekly.
Bankrate develops and provides web services to over 100 co-branded websites with online partners, including some of the most trusted and frequently visited personal finance sites on the Internet such as Yahoo!, AOL, CNBC and Bloomberg. In addition, Bankrate licenses editorial content to over 100 newspapers on a daily basis including The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and The Boston Globe