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Manager Customer Analytics
Greater Boston Area
$115,000 - $130,000 + benefits
Do you like the start-up mentality environment and want a huge amount of autonomy for yours and your team's work? If you thought yes, to any of the above, then this could be the next step for your career. One of the fastest growing eCommerce companies in the Greater Boston Area are looking for a data-savvy and proven Manager to come and join their team. The ideal candidate will have experience in hiring and developing highly technical teams, promoting exploratory analysis using, as well as be able to build strategic roadmaps to aid growth .
THE ROLE - Manager Customer Analytics:
As a Manager of Customer Analytics, you will lead a highly technical team of 4-5 Advanced Analysts using SQL and Python, to make sense of terabytes of data from multiple streams and could be anything from campaigns, products, customer transactions, or online data to maximize the potential to turn this into a new product, increased revenue or more efficient ways to target your customers. Your key responsibilities will include:
YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
As a Manager, Customer Analytics you can expect to earn upto $130,000 (based on your experience) plus very competitive benefits
HOW TO APPLY -Manager Customer Analytics:
Please register your interest by sending your resume to Jenni Kavanagh via the Apply link on this page
eCommerce, Product, Engineering, Analytics, Customer, Marketing, Data Science, Consumer Insight, Insurance, CRM, Products, Customer Analysis, ROI, Campaigns, SAS, SQL, R, Python, Google Analytics, Excel, Analysis, Customer Insight, Digital, Stakeholder Management, Strategy, Direct Marketing, Online, Tableau, Optimization, Segmentation, Regression, Modeling, Technology, Regression, Neural Networks, Machine Learning, R&D, Team Management, Quantitative Business Analytics
£50000 - £55000 per annum
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