BUSINESS ANALYST (H/F)

Paris, Île-de-France
€40000 - €50000 per annum

BUSINESS ANALYST (H/F)


PARIS, France (75)
40K€-55K€/an


A la recherche d'un nouveau challenge au sein d'une startup innovante en pleine croissance ? Cette société recherche un Business Analyst pour l'accompagner dans son hypercroissance. Si l'innovation est votre passion, ce poste est fait pour vous !

LA SOCIÉTÉ

La startup la plus innovante du marché recherche son futur Business Analyst afin de l'accompagner dans son projet de révolutionner le marketing digital. Bien qu'elle ait connu une croissance rapide ces dernières années, elle n'en est qu'au début et n'a pas l'intention de s'arrêter là !

LE RÔLE

Vous rejoindrez une équipe de Business Analyst en tant que Business Analyst et aurez en charge le suivi opérationnel des missions. A savoir :

  • Audit des dispositifs digitaux des clients
  • Rédaction de cahier des charges de tracking
  • Mise en place de solution de visualisation de données
  • Paramétrage des outils de tag management et de webanalyse
  • Implémentation de projets data

VOTRE PROFIL

  • Diplômé(e) d'une grande école d'ingénieur ou de commerce
  • Solide expérience professionnelle dans le domaine de l'analyse de données
  • Maîtrise des outils et langages informatiques tels que SQL, Tableau et Google Analytics
  • Anglais professionnel

POUR POSTULER

Si vous êtes intéressé, merci de faire part de votre CV à Maria Cvitkovic à l'adresse email suivante :

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