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Associate Director, Customer Analytics
Greater Chicago Area
$145,000 - $155,000
A globally renowned Retail Analytics Consultancy are looking for an Associate Director Customer Analytics to come and join their team in the Greater Chicago Area. If you are ambitious, want to join a centralized, data-driven organization and have a solid background in analyzing customer buying behaviors, pricing & promotions and customer loyalty analytics, then this could be the next role for you.
THE ROLE - Associate Director Customer Analytics
As an Assoicate Director Customer Analytics, you will be the face of this company to a globally renowned Retail client in the Greater Chicago Area. You will build out and manage a team of customer analysts and be involved in a diverse range of projects working on market segmentation, pricing and promotion activities, campaign analysis and enhancing customer loyalty and experience through the use of advanced analytics. You will be part of a collaborative team across consumer insights, category management and client relationship development, as well as technically strong in SQL, R/Python and ideally IRI/Nielsen data, delivering key insights from your work to senior stakeholders.
YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
As an Associate Director Customer Analytics, you can expect to earn up to $155,000 + competitive benefits
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Customer, Retail, Consultancy, Strategy, Customer Analytics, Loyalty, Pricing, Promotion, Transactions, POS, Customer Behavior, Customer Experience, Strategic, Analytics, NPS, Market Segmentation, Brand Positioning, Brand Tracking, Social Media, Digital, CPG, Persona, Audience Profiling, Product Performance, Tableau, Excel, Perception, Customer Journey, Shopper Insights, Buying Behaviors, Nielsen, IRI, Milward Brown, Vendor Management, Regression, Profiling
US$110000 - US$130000 per year
Raleigh, North Carolina
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US$175000 - US$200000 per year
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€65000 - €70000 per annum
München (81249), Bayern
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