Manager of Marketing Analytics

Arlington, Virginia
US$130000 - US$150000 per year

Manager of Marketing Analytics
Consumer Packaged Goods
Arlington, VA
$130,000 - 150,000 + Benefits + Bonus

Are you passionate about joining a well-known, multi-national organization that has been leading the way within its market for over a hundred years? A leading CPG company are looking for an experienced Manager of Marketing Analytics to help successfully deliver business insights to meet business growth in Arlington, Virginia.


As Manager of Marketing Analytics, you will work with a team of 4 in collaboratively helping drive the business performance through the lenses of marketing. You will be responsible for:

  • Calculating ROI or overall business performance
  • Using analytical rigor to understand the company's growth, forecasts, and market position
  • Reporting to the Marketing director and frequently collaborating with company executives


  • Proven experience working in either CPG or retail
  • Extensive experience working with large amounts of syndicated data and its platforms
  • Strong understanding of data platforms and consumer data constructs
  • Strong communication and negotiation skills across the business
  • Strong analytical, problem-solving, organizational, management, and leadership skills
  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Business Analytics, Economics, Physics, Engineering, or related discipline; Master's degree or PhD preferred


As Manager of Marketing Analytics, you can expect to earn up to $150,000 (depending on your experience) plus great benefits including a bonus.


Please register your interest by sending your resume to George Little via the Apply link on this page.


Marketing, Analytics, Manager, Business Insights, CPG, Retail, ROI, Growth, Forecast, IRI, Nielson, Consumer, Data, Syndicated, Analysis, Investment, Tableau, Excel

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