Walmart’s Defect Discovery team is committed to identifying and visualizing customer defects and friction, and to elevating the voice of the customer to drive meaningful improvements. This role will underpin efforts to transform customers’ Walmart shopping experience by making customer data and insights easy to access and understand, and by identifying and measuring customer experience improvement opportunities.
We are looking for a customer- and data-obsessed individual who thrives in ambiguity, has innate curiosity to explore and learn, and has a passion for data. The work you lead will touch millions of customers across our online and stores experiences.
Our team has broad reach, high exposure, and deep impact. We work cross-functionally across many areas of the business (think: supply chain, store operations, product, marketing, finance, customer care) and get a unique view of what it takes to run a successful omni-channel retailer.
Example past + future projects and responsibilities for someone in this role include:
Manager’s Preferred Qualifications
Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.Option 1: Bachelors degree in Statistics, Economics, Analytics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Information Technology or related field and 4 years' experience in an analytics related field. Option 2: Masters degree in Statistics, Economics, Analytics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Information Technology or related field and 2 years' experience in an analytics related field. Option 3: 6 years' experience in an analytics or related field
Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.Data science, machine learning, optimization models, PhD in Machine Learning, Computer Science, Information Technology, Operations Research, Statistics, Applied Mathematics, Econometrics, Successful completion of one or more assessments in Python, Spark, Scala, or R, Using open source frameworks (for example, scikit learn, tensorflow, torch)