Data 360 Labs Job Openings

The following openings for positions with Data 360 Labs is available. Apply to the positions by sending your resume to Applications for these positions will be available formally on or after August 1, 2020.

Growth Hacker (Contractor only - Limit 20 hours per week)

Pay: Depends on experience, contractor agreement required, limited to 20 hours per week per California contractor law

Data 360 is looking to build a new contractor growth hacker force. If you're a growth hacker on the engineering or marketing side (or both), please email us your name, website, samples or your work and/or case studies. See the description of requirements and ideals below.

Growth hacker job responsibilities

  • Choosing in accordance with the other departments which metrics/KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) to focus on.

  • Bringing traditional and creative ideas how to grow those KPIs.

  • A/B testing those ideas.

  • Analyzing the data and users’ feedback.

  • Exchanging ideas/data/feedback with other departments (Product, marketing, top management) in order to present results and make the product more user-centric.

  • Driving traffic to your website, landing pages, social media, apps…

  • Understanding conversion rate optimization (CRO) principles and hacks and being able to apply CRO hacks to any businesses.

  • Working on a lean startup process.

  • Working with the AARRR Sales Metrics Diagram (Acquisition – Activation – Retention – Referral - Revenue)

  • Prioritizing growth channels.

  • Optimizing channels in order to always improve the performance of ones business.

  • Scaling and Automating the growth processes.

  • Knowledgeable about referral marketing and being able to create viral growth.


  • Being data-driven and kind of a data-geek, clear understanding of data, analytics, metrics and statistics.

  • Being social and understanding users’ behavior. Having great customer relations skills and being focus on customer experience (Note, being a people's person should be part of the growth hacker's capabilities but is also part of the anatomy of an entrepreneur.

  • Willing to learn.

  • Having a startup mindset. If you're not sure what a startup is (A startup is NOT a new tech company), you can check what is a startup here.

  • A/B Testing and Data Analytics experience

  • Editing and copywriting skills

  • Not being scared of pivoting

  • Knowledge about both inbound and outbound marketing

  • Programming knowledge, even if it’s not compulsory, it is recommended.

  • Being performance and results-oriented

  • Being curious and creative

  • Being relentless in pursuit of growth

  • Having experience with growth hackings tools such as Optimizely for A/B Testing, MailChimp for email marketing campaigns, HubSpot for CRM, sales and marketing purposes, Zapier to automate workflows...

  • Set up, QA and run usability tests

  • Ensure tests get up and running, and willing and able to help product and marketing team interpret results and present them to management without bias

  • Develop and implement front-end web code where appropriate to launch interactive tools and apps benefiting the marketing team’s goals

  • Collaborate with channel-specific marketing teammates (blogging, email, social media, etc.) to identify areas for growth

  • Test and optimize marketing tactics for customer acquisition (e.g. online advertising, direct mail, out of home, affiliate) and conversion rate optimization

  • Conduct and present competitive analyses and market research

  • Propose creative new projects, from building free tools and apps that attract prospects and convert leads to testing new approaches to capturing existing demand

  • Translate ideas to actionable items that deliver business results

  • Analyze, recommend and lead the implementation of improvement initiatives

  • Keep abreast with the latest trends and changes in UI/UX and digital marketing

  • Identify industry trends and insights

Intake Specialist (Contractor only - Limit 20 hours per week)

Pay: Depends on experience, contractor agreement required, limited to 20 hours per week per California contractor law

The intake specialist job description requires an individual who is able to pay very close attention to detail and get required information from contractors in accordance with California law and any technical requirements to be assigned to projects. See the description of requirements and ideals below.

Intake specialist responsibilities




Operations Manager (Part-Time, Contractor Only)

Pay: Depends on experience, contractor agreement required, limited to 20 hours per week per California contractor law

Overview of the Operations Manager position for Data 360

Either in a part-time or full-time capacity, we will look for develop a firm roadmap and pathway for you that will help you be the most productive and happy. Our company culture is based on Community First and what that means is that as a part of our community, your passion and personality are valued and needed. It takes a village to build a great company.

Here are the pictures of our offices in Century City and Playa Vista.

1. Folder containing the Operations Manager job description, general pay expectations data and the on-boarding you can expect to do and learn to do with others that we hire.

2. The links below are as follows for full-time hires after a minimum of 3 months as a contractor (6 months are typical):

What we need from you is the following:

  • Your interest in the position

  • Any changes or modifications you would make to the core job description based on your strengths and weaknesses

  • What permanent salary you would ask for any why

  • Your willingness to be assessed for different competencies and participate in training programs

  • When your ideal availability would be

Feedback we want from you

Here's the overview of what we are offering:

Data 360's compensation structure is project fee based on client objectives and goals to start and includes a pathway to building your future as an independent consultant or full-time employment with participating in our ESOP (employee stock option plan) after your first 90 to 120 days with us and other incentives such as paid sabbaticals as we work together to meet company objectives and goals.

What we are most interested in knowing from you next is what part of the business you want to work on based on the categories of services we offer as well as the integration partners that we work with. Once you make this decision, we can then talk about an initial statement of work and different opportunities that fit your preferences.

We also are looking what type of business process you are looking to do as we discussed including but not limited to:

  1. Setting up regional offices

  2. Interacting with specific large brands

  3. Deeply developing expertise with technical partners such as Google, Amazon, Shopify, Facebook

Lastly, we are looking for what career path we can help you develop expertise in related to operations that we cover including, but not limited to (i.e. "sales of [insert the expertise below]"):

  • Research Services

  • Behavioral Science Services

  • Systems Administration Services

  • Education (Training)

  • Education (Product / Service Implementations)

  • Education (Community Outreach / Gov Services)

  • Education (Online / Live Event Trainings)

  • Education (Workshops / Partner Events)

  • Software Development

  • Product Design

  • UX/UI

  • AI Specialist Services

  • Machine Learning Specialist Services

  • Data Analyst Services

  • Data Scientist Services

  • Data Engineering

  • Cloud Engineering

Data 360 Core Processes and Offerings

For all businesses of all sizes, we use Strategyzer to quickly understand the businesses. Learning the implementations of the business model canvas and value proposition canvas in all of their forms are critical to your success.

Examples of the different reports that Data 360 uses with data and strategyzer to set the stage for the accounts are located at:

Some of our demos of the results of our services:

These reports are applicable to all sizes of businesses to get them started with us on how big data, AI and machine learning can improve their businesses and engage them on what areas we see for improvement using our data access and analysis abilities.

There are three primary categories of implementations of the Smart CRM and Smart Search core capabilities that Data 360 offers:

Data 360 Solutions - Enterprise Services

Data 360 Solutions - The Customers We Serve (Sample Use Cases)

Data 360 Solutions - Data 360 Labs

There are three partners we integrate with for enterprise and SMEs:

Google Cloud (Enterprise and SME)

Amazon Web Services Innovation Workshop (Enterprise)

Data 360 Labs (SME only startups for competitions)

Microsoft Programs