Senior Insight Analyst

Manchester, Greater Manchester
£40000 - £50000 per annum

SENIOR INSIGHT ANALYST
MANCHESTER
£40,000 - £50,000

Are you a senior insight analyst who has a passion for the gaming/entertainment industry? This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading tech company where you will be hands-on with data using SQL, Python, and Tableau.

THE COMPANY

They are a world-leading entertainment company that are leaders in terms of innovation, technology, gaming, and entertainment. They have established analytics teams across the whole businesses that all work collaboratively to optimise customer experience, enhance product/development and entertainment, and help create a deeper understanding of their customer base.

THE ROLE

  • Being hands-on with data using SQL and presenting key insights back to stakeholders from a non-technical background using Tableau
  • You will get exposure to advanced analytics and will work closely with data science using some regression analysis, clustering, and propensity modelling
  • Deep dive customer analytics including customer segmentation and lifetime value analysis
  • Identifying areas for growth and development
  • Communicating key insights to stakeholders from a non-technical background including marketing and product teams

YOU DON'T HAVE TO TICK EVERY BOX BUT EXPERIENCE IN THE FOLLOWING IS DESIRED

  • 2:1 Degree in statistics, mathematics, computer science or related field from a leading university
  • Experience working within a fast-paced online business
  • Proficient in SQL and Tableau having utilised it in a commercial role previously
  • Experience in a commercial role with a focus on customer insight
  • Expert communication skills with the experience of working with non-technical teams and stakeholders

THE BENEFITS

  • £40,000 - £50,000

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your CV to Richard Jones via the Apply link on this page.

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