Director of Analytics

Chicago, Illinois
US$130000 - US$150000 per year

Director of Analytics
Advertising Platform
Chicago, IL
$130,000 - $150,000

Are you looking to assist companies to improve their brand? Are you an innovative thinker who is always looking for new ways to do business? This could be the next step in your career! This online platform is looking for a Director of Analytics to execute their analytics strategy on client projects.

THE ROLE: DIRECTOR OF ANALYTICS:

As the Director of Analytics, you will help translate business objectives into measurable KPI's. You will assist the team to determine what dimensions of the user experience to capture, managing the analytics platforms, and developing custom reports and dashboards. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Take a lead role in tagging implementation
  • Develop custom dashboards and reports, summarize and present your findings
  • Segment traffic, analyze patterns, and use surveys to better understand user behavior
  • Hypothesize ways to improve content performance, and run A/B tests to optimize results

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERTISE:

  • Managing experience in the digital analytics space
  • Experience using web analytics tools, developing tagging requirements, analyzing data, and presenting findings
  • Expert knowledge Adobe Analytics and intermediate/expert knowledge of Google Analytics
  • Experience with A/B testing, Python, and R is a plus

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

  • 130,000-150,000
  • Generous benefits package
  • 401K
  • Company Social Events

HOW TO APPLY:

Please register your interest by sending your resume to Olivia Jones via the Apply link on this page

Keywords: Analytics, Director, Managing, Google Analytics, Hypothesize, A/B Testing, SQL, R, Python, Brand, Innovative, Dashboard, Segment, KPI, Reports

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