At a glance

Want to save the food and beverage industry with DATA?! Join Chope as a data analyst (digital transformation) NOW!

Please apply if you’re someone who ...

  • Has at least 5 years of relevant experience
  • Is proficient in working with SQL and Python
  • Knows your way around Tableau
  • Is detail oriented
  • Is comfortable with numbers and formulas (an accounting background is advantageous)
  • Delights in working with other quantitative types
  • Is Patient in showing non-quantitative types the ways of data

What you’ll be doing...

  • Drive data culture within the company
  • Helping people measure what matters
  • Dashboarding for company wide OKRs (Objectives and Key Results)
  • Maintaining dashboards as a product for restaurants
  • Facilitate the digital transformation of processes
  • Focus on analytics in the financial and accounting domains
  • Support for analytics in the marketing and product domains

What you’ll get from Chope

  • Meaningful work that allows you to fulfill your purpose by doing the biggest job you’ve ever done for a mission you believe in
  • Working for leaders who are open to new ideas and genuinely believe people are the company’s key success factor
  • Flexible work arrangements and parental leave programs that provide you the balance you deserve
  • Substantial employee referral incentives

What is Chope?

The word “Chope” in Singapore means to reserve a seat in a fast food restaurant, sometimes by placing a packet of tissue paper on it. We provide software to restaurants to manage their businesses (https://www.chope.co/singapore-restaurants/join_us) , a reservation platform (iOS and Android apps and web https://www.chope.co ) for consumers to book restaurants that’s also integrated with restaurants and partners like Google and Tripadvisor and a deals platform for consumers to get discounts on their dining. Founded in Singapore in 2011, Chope has offices in 7 cities across Asia. Happy dining!

We regret to inform that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted