RESPONSABLE CUSTOMER INSIGHT (H/F)

Paris, Île-de-France
€75000 - €85000 per annum

RESPONSABLE CUSTOMER INSIGHT (H/F)
PARIS, France (75)
75K
€ - 85K€/an

A la recherche d'un nouveau challenge au sein d'un grand groupe international ? Cette société recherche un Responsable Customer Insight pour l'accompagner dans sa croissance exponentielle. Si le CRM et la satisfaction des clients sont votre passion, ce poste est fait pour vous !

LA SOCIÉTÉ

Leader mondial dans le domaine du marketing digital, cette société n'a de cesse d'évoluer tant au niveau national qu'international. D'ores et déjà implantée dans les plus grandes métropoles du monde, elle ne souhaite pas s'arrêter là !

LE RÔLE

Vous rejoindrez le département Data & Analytics en tant que Responsable Customer Insight et aurez en charge le management d'une équipe ainsi que la gestion de projets CRM. A savoir :

  • L'extraction de données par le biais de SQL
  • La gestion et le support de bases de données
  • Le management d'une équipe de 5 CRM Analysts
  • L'analyse des données extraites
  • Le développement de solutions stratégiques

VOTRE PROFIL

  • Bac +5 en informatique, statistiques ou mathématiques
  • Une expérience professionnelle confirmée en tant que Customer Insight Analyst
  • Maîtrise des outils et langages informatiques tels que SQL, SAS et Tableau
  • 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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