Digital Marketing Analyst jobs

What We Do

At Harnham, we look beyond the required qualifications and seek out those with a mastery of both hard and soft skills.

The role of a marketing analyst is one of the most dynamic roles in the data industry. In this role, analysts work with a range of data to create context and insights to help brands gain an important market edge by understanding and expanding their customer base.

With the depth of discipline knowledge and experience we have, Harnham know how to spot the stand-out nuances that identify the candidates who have the lateral experience to make a positive impact within a company.

performing to your capabilities

Our consultants know there is more to an analyst than just collecting data.


Honed to a fine point, this knowledge dictates whether a brand can reach its full potential. We have made it our mission to place candidates that ensure this happens.  

Get in touch with the team to talk about your next role.

Latest Jobs

Salary

US$180000 - US$200000 per year

Location

New York

Description

A global media agency is looking for a Senior Director, Digital Insights to spearhead the practice for their largest client.

Salary

€10000 - €10001 per annum

Location

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg

Description

Dein Team betreut Performance Marketing Kanäle wie Affiliate, Retargeting, Social Media und SEA. Dein nächstes Projekt ist der Aufbau des Ad tech Bereichs.

Salary

€35000 - €40000 per annum

Location

Paris, Île-de-France

Description

En tant que Consultant SEO, vous interviendrez dans la gestion de projets grands comptes.

Salary

480000kr - 600000kr per annum + pension, health care, insurance

Location

Stockholm

Description

Do you have experience in Data Analysis and Business Intelligence, and have a keen interest in Big Data?

Salary

US$60000 - US$70000 per year

Location

Los Angeles, California

Description

A fantastic full-service agency in LA is looking to bring on an experienced data analyst to support a major automotive client.

Salary

US$60000 - US$70000 per year

Location

Los Angeles, California

Description

A fantastic full-service ad agency in LA is looking to bring on an experienced marketing data analyst to work on a major automotive client.

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With over 10 years experience working solely in the Data & Analytics sector our consultants are able to offer detailed insights into the industry.

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Web analytics recruitment in 2015

Web analytics recruitment in 2015

The UK analytics market is an ever-shifting landscape, with technical skills that flit in and out of favour more frequently than primary school playground friendships. Recruiting into this market, we at Harnham find the demand for analysts with up-to-date skill sets is a constant. The subtle variants required within these skill-sets coupled with the proficiencies we need to find, seem to also evolve on almost a monthly basis. This means that Harnham need to be as agile in our practices as the candidates we source.  This is nevermore clearly illustrated by the fact that one month we can be scouring the country for highly technical Tag Management specialists, and the next, our focus shifts to sourcing 8 new Conversion Rate Optimisation specialists. Moving on to next month, pinning down the elusive and much sought-after Web Analytics / BI / Computer Science / Statistical modelling expert (aka. The mythical “Analytics Unicorn”). The Benefit of Forward Thinking Skillsets The diversity of technical requirements should give tremendous encouragement to any analyst looking to find work – regardless of background and skill-set you possess; there will definitely be no shortage of suitors clamouring for the right expertise. However, it is prudent to be ever mindful, that with this exciting and evolving landscape, there are also risks attached. How often have you heard stories of promised roles not being fulfilled by companies? Or about analysts who join a company to do a specific job, and then have their career development curtailed by lack of long-term strategy, or a lack of knowledge of what to do next for the team? This kind of thing is and does happen regularly. Yet, hope is at hand. If you were to cast your gaze across the Atlantic Ocean to our American cousins, you would find that Analytics is a settled and well established practice, where Chief Data Officers regularly sit on the board and the Analysts control business strategy. Becoming a Unicorn Harnham’s team in New York City have found the lines between offline and online blur when stateside – Web Analysts do advanced statistical analysis and modelling, Stats Analysts measure conversion rates and so on and so on.  The US is trying to breed their own “Unicorns”, rather than chase them. As the dust starts to settle in the UK, and the market definition solidifies to become as robust as it is in the States; teams will grow and budgets will increase as the market develops. The senior analysts of today will become the thought leaders and managers of tomorrow.

MeasureCamp Paris 2019

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to attend the sixth annual MeasureCamp Paris. It was Harnham's second time sponsoring the event and is always an amazing opportunity for us to get face to face with Digital Analysts not only from France, but all over Europe. Once again, the place was filled with industry-leading minds, all of whom were passionate about sharing their knowledge and the day-to-day challenges they face. As you'd expect, it was a pleasure to have the chance to see some familiar faces and get to talk with a variety of professionals about the market and share our thoughts. Their insights were unbelievably valuable. Fortunately, we were able to give them a sneak peek of our new 2019 Salary Guide and discuss our findings alongside some general market trends.   One particularly interesting point of discussion surrounded how double the amount of professionals are using the Google stack of tools compared the to the Adobe equivalent. Many commented on what they see as a lack of training and investment within their company in other Analytics tools (e.g Adobe) or CRO tools (e.g. AB Tasty, Optimizely, even Kameleoon) compared to UK and Nordic enterprises. Outside of this, there were a number of discussions on how the Digital Analytics space is evolving, especially on the impact that diversified Web Analytics roles are having on the industry, and how secure professionals feel in their positions as a result of this. With many commenting that a lack of career progression is making them feel unsure of their current role, it may explain why our Salary Survey found that 80% of the Data & Analytics professional are open to potentially leaving for the right opportunity.  This year's MeasureCamp Paris was both bigger and better. It's clear that Digital Analysts remain incredibly thirsty for new ideas and ways to upskill and so it's no surprise, particularly from what we saw on the day, that the market and talent pool are stronger than ever.  If you'd like to discuss any of the trends I've mentioned above, or are looking for a new opportunity, do not hesitate to get in touch with me here. 

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