Senior Manager, Digital Analytics - Adobe Analytics Specialist

Chicago, Illinois
US$115000 - US$130000 per annum

Senior Manager, Digital Analytics - Adobe Analytics Specialist
Chicago, IL
$115,000 - $130,000 - Depending on Experience

An independent agency in Chicago with significant new business wins is looking for a leader for their Digital Analytics practice with a focus on Adobe Analytics based consulting. This is an ideal opportunity for a Digital Analytics specialist currently working at a network agency who wants to take more leadership responsibility.


  • Join the nationwide team as the office lead, providing digital analytics consulting to clients with regards to the best solutions.
  • Lead projects within digital analytics that show effectiveness of campaigns and not just click-through rates.
  • Mentor and manage junior team members.
  • Be a thought-leader and bring innovative analytics ideas to the table.


  • Previous experience telling stories through data is essential.
  • You will ideally have worked in a client-facing analytics position at a leadership level.
  • Senior level stakeholder engagement is a must!


The successful Senior Manage, Digital Analytics can expect a salary of $115,000 - $130,000 plus a comprehensive benefits package.


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