Insight Analyst

City of London
Up to £45000 per annum

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Senior Insight Analyst- SQL- Agency-side

Central London

Up to £60,000 - depending on experience


Harnham are seeking an intelligent Insight Analyst to join a very past-paced and advanced analytics team in Central London. The company are growing massively and are seeking an exceptionally talented analyst to be a part of their advanced function to help numerous clients on a wide-range of insights projects.

You will use a variety of tools (SQL/R/Python) to analyse customer data, transactional data and online data and present your insights to global stakeholders.


  • Using advanced analytics to help understand customer behaviour
  • Use a range of tools and techniques e.g. SQL, R and Python
  • Be part of an advanced analytics team and work on multiple projects
  • Work cross-functionally and with global stakeholders


  • A University Degree in a numerate discipline e.g. Mathematics, Statistics or Computer Science
  • Experience in proving and applying analytical techniques
  • Experience working with stakeholders in order to produce actionable insights
  • Experience in coding and manipulating data in SQL


The successful candidate can expect to earn up to £60,000 + bonus + benefits


Please register your interest by sending your CV to India Walker-Smith at Harnham via the link on this page.


Insight Analyst, agency-side, marketing, SQL, Python, R, customer, targeting, segmentation

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