Mattermark provides data, research, and analysis to help startup investors identify the most promising companies. Our research analyst program is designed to fully immerse you in the world of venture capital and technology startups. You will work closely with our analyst team to solve problems related to data collection, organization and analysis.
In order to accurately quantify the growth signals of private companies, Mattermark relies heavily on both algorithmic data analysis and highly curated research. Candidates can expect, if selected, to perform the following tasks:
- Researching companies online and over the phone
- Organizing information into spreadsheets
- Performing quality assurance audits on existing data sets
Who Can Apply
Our analyst role is for candidates committed to learning as much as possible about venture capital and startups. Candidates, if chosen, will be expected to work out of our San Francisco office. Remote candidates will not be considered.
- Fluency in Excel, familiarity with formulas and macros is a plus
- A background in finance is ideal, but not required
How to Apply
In addition to your resume, send a note detailing why you’d like to work at Mattermark, and why you’re the right person for the job to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Our Company
Mattermark is a venture-backed startup company backed by Andreesen-Horowitz, NEA, Ignition, Y-Combinator, and more. Danielle Morrill, Mattermark’s CEO, was the first employee at Twilio and became their Director of Marketing until leaving in early 2012. Mattermark’s mission is to quantify the growth signals of private companies in order to more efficiently allocate capital.
Working with Mattermark gives you the unique opportunity to gain first-hand insights about the world of venture capital and the startups they invest in, the opportunity to work directly with a great team backed by top-tier investors, and first-hand experience working at an early-stage startup company in San Francisco.