About the Role
As a Product Analyst on the New Mobility team, you will be responsible for understanding the bikes and scooter product through data, including finding insights and discovering new trends and engagement obstacles. You will need to have a solid foundation in analyzing data, relating it to business problems, and communicating analytic results with product managers and decision-makers in a clear and actionable fashion. This role offers frequent interactions with managers and with partner functions (Product, Strategy & Planning, Operations, or Engineering).
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About the Team
The New Mobility team is rapidly expanding the transportation services provided on the Uber platform, including electric bikes and scooters, both under the JUMP brand (acquired by Uber), and in partnership with other providers. Operating on 4 continents and 36 cities, JUMP is helping to build the future of urban mobility: shared electric vehicles that are the quickest, most enjoyable, and most empowering way to get around a city. Cheaper than most public transit and faster than cars in traffic, JUMP is a game-changer for local transportation. Learn more about the team at https://www.uber.com/us/en/careers/teams/new-mobility/
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