Advanced Analytics Manager

Los Angeles, California
US$121925 - US$146310 per annum

Advanced Analytics Manager

Los Angeles, CA

$100-120k

We're excited to be working with a reputable and established independent media agency in their search for a new leader to oversee their data science and analytics components.

The team specializes in retrieving advanced insights into consumer data, working across television, radio, podcast and creatives. This manager will act as the face of the department, leading presentations across internal and external stakeholders.

About the Role

  • Utilize all forms of data across offline, primary & 3rd party, and qualititative & qualitative data to drive campaign effectiveness.
  • Leverage behavioral, media and social insights to develop recommendations for creative and media teams across a multitude of clients and industries.
  • Oversee a team of analysts and data scientists, leading training and development.
  • Take point on client and internal presentations to feedback recommendations, solutions and trends being found.

Desired Skills and Qualifications

  • Advanced SQL knowledge.
  • Experience analyzing traditional media data across television and radio.
  • Data visualization and dashboarding experience on tools such as Tableau, PowerBI or Datorama.
  • Digital data experience a plus.
  • Experience leading a team or mentoring junior analysts or data scientists.
  • Client-facing experience and ability to translate and pr resent insights into complex data sets to a non-technical audience.

How to apply

Click reply or send an email attaching your resume.

Keywords

Media, Traditional, TV, Television, Radio, Podcast, Offline, Data Analytics, Data Science, Ad Agency, Marketing, Insights, Advanced Analytics, SQL, Tableau, Data Visualization, Datorama, PowerBI.

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