We're looking for a curious, adaptable data analyst to help us better understand, monitor and analyse our risks and metrics to enable us to quickly spot areas that require action and keep Monzo safe.
At Monzo, we're building a bank that is fair, transparent and a delight to use. We’re growing extremely fast and have over a million customers in the UK, with over 60,000 new people joining every month. We’ve built a product that people love and more than 80% of our growth comes from word of mouth and referrals.
Our Data team's mission is to Enable Monzo to Make Better Decisions, Faster. At the core of this mission sits our data platform. We're great believers in powerful, real-time analytics and empowerment of the wider business. Every engineer at Monzo is responsible for relevant analytics events from their microservices. All our data lives in one place and is super easy to use.
We work in cross-functional teams where every data analyst or scientist is a member of a central data team while being fully embedded into other teams, such as product, finance or financial crime alongside engineers, designers, product managers etc.
You’ll be at the intersection between Risk & Compliance and Data - deep diving into risk analytics, particularly around how we perform against our risk appetites across the company and driving automation across a range of reporting and alerting processes. You will be responsible for all the data needs of the risk & compliance team, from building of our risk data pipeline to producing the analysis of our risk metrics. This will involve working closely with engineers and other data analysts across the company to ensure that we are collecting and using the right data.
You’ll play a key role in helping us with the following questions and challenges:
We’re looking for someone who cares deeply about understanding our business, customers and risks, who can communicate their findings clearly to business partners and can drive actions on top of insights.
You should apply if:
Nice to haves:
We started Monzo in February 2015 with the mission of building the best current account in the world. In April 2017, we received our full UK banking licence from the FCA and PRA and are now working hard to roll out our free current account later this year.
We're focused on solving problems, rather than selling financial products. We want to make the world a better place and change people's lives through Monzo.We're doing things differently. For too long, banking has been obtuse, complex and opaque.We want to change that and build a bank with everyone, for everyone. Our amazing community of users suggests features, tests the app and gives us constant feedback so we can build something we all love.