Data Strategist

Mid / Senior / Lead

Data strategists are responsible for identifying and actioning ways to address business and organisational problems through the use of quantitative data. You’ll use data to create change – understanding large datasets, enabling data creation, driving engagement, managing products, and designing more equitable and ethical data models.


Role details

Role type: Permanent / Contract

Level: Mid / Senior / Lead

Salary range: ¥5-11m

Location: Tokyo, Japan / Remote work

The team

About the role

The skills we look for in Data Strategists include:

We also have a set of shared people skills that we practice across the team. These are drawn from our values and reflect the global, cross-cultural context we work in, including: Problem solving, Collaboration, Open Communication, Growth Mindset, Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Coaching, Stakeholder Engagement, and Organisation.


Who we’re looking for

We’re ideally looking for the following experience, but know everybody has a different career path, and encourage you to apply even if you only fit some of these criteria:


Nice to haves


What we provide

Shaping a positive employee experience is part of our culture, and we work to ensure our environment is welcoming and inclusive for everyone.

We purposefully look for people from across different cultural backgrounds, identities, languages, and skills – creating interdisciplinary teams that are able to approach business problems from multiple perspectives.

As part of this we provide all employees with:

The team

Let’s catch up!

Send your Resume, LinkedIn, and/or Folio to hello@fbrc.co and one of our practice leads will get back to you. We’re happy to have a coffee near our studio in Nakameguro or catch up online.

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