Data Analyst Jobs

At Harnham, we have access to the leading vacancies and personnel found throughout data and analytics specialisms. Our service level and on going relationships grants us access to these, but it is our expertise that ensures we continue to be the first choice for the best in the industry. 

The number of organizations that are utilizing data and analytics to aid their decision making is growing every day. Data analysts are crucial, as they utilize math and visualizations to bring vast datasets to life. Due to their ability to gather, shape and present this information, specialists in this field are required in many industries.


UNCOVER THE INSIGHTS THAT MATTER

The information found in CRMs, social platforms, email campaigns and countless other areas is full of insights on customers, competitors and the company itself. An analyst role is typically based around modelling, primarily the design and development of databases, and reporting, where findings and recommendations are presented to the relevant people. 

Nobody appreciates the importance of data like we do at Harnham. We want to help companies identify existing and potential issues, as well as opportunities that aren’t already being exploited, and give talented people the chance to make a difference. Through our specialized nature and determination to be the chief recruitment authority, we are proud to have a role in building the analytics community. 

If you are looking for your next hire or your next role, then look to Harnham.

For the East Coast and Mid-West teams please call 212-796-6070, or email newyorkinfo@harnham.com.

For the West Coast team call 415-614-4999 or email sanfraninfo@harnham.com.

Latest Jobs

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US$70000 - US$75000 per annum

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Do you have proven commercial analytics experience working at CPG, retail, and/or eCommerce companies?

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US$120000 - US$140000 per annum

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Boston, Massachusetts

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We are working with one of the most unique eCommerce brands that has exploded since the early 2000s. Apply today to be a part of a global impact!

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US$150000 - US$170000 per annum

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New York

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We are working with a fast-paced and rapidly expanding media company looking to optimize their data and take their analytics function to the next level.

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US$70000 - US$75000 per annum

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Do you have strong analytics, client management, and CPG/retail/eCommerce experience?

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US$70000 - US$75000 per annum

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Boston, Massachusetts

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Do you have proven commercial experience working as either a Customer Analyst or Category Analyst?

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US$65000 - US$80000 per annum

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Chicago, Illinois

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Looking for your next role with a content creation agency? We have a passionate and creative agency looking for their next Digital Marketing Analyst

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US$150000 - US$170000 per annum

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Oakland, California

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Come join one of the best and fast-growing data drive companies in the bay area as their Lead Data Analyst and newest member of their team!

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US$130000 - US$150000 per year

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San Francisco, California

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Do you want to work for one of the largest and most recognized tech brands in the Bay Area? If so, I have an exciting opportunity for you!

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US$150000 - US$170000 per annum

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New York

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Want to join an organization that's ready to break the glass ceiling? Join a thriving team helping individuals take control of their financial futures.

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US$90000 - US$100000 per annum

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New York

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A mission-driven Education network is looking to add a talented Data Analyst to join their team in New York!

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US$70000 - US$90000 per annum

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New York

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Are you ready to make an impact on major media and entertainment brands through your digital analytics skills?

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US$150000 - US$170000 per annum

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New York

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We have a client whose mission is centered around helping those in need. Apply today to be a part of their impact!

Harnham blog & news

With over 10 years experience working solely in the Data & Analytics sector our consultants are able to offer detailed insights into the industry.

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Amped Up Analytics: Google Analytics 4

Google Analytics 4 has amped up data insights into the behaviors and preferences of your customers. Where once each touchpoint only tracked what had been clicked, GA4 is bringing it all together in a more wholistic approach to the customer journey. As the fourth quarter of 2020 dawned, Google upped its game. Crafting a compelling array of features with machine learning at its core, this new platform offers a more customer-centric approach to data-driven insights, rather than split data across platforms and devices.   Though still in its infancy, there are some dramatic new changes afoot. And while it’s not a good idea to get rid of the old Universal Analytics platform before ringing in the new one, it is a good idea to understand what’s available now and what may come to be over time. Four Advantages to Google Analytics 4.0 From our desktop to our laptop to our smartphone, we carry our office in our pocket or on our lap. So, what better way to integrate what was once called “App + Web properties” into a more cohesive trackable measurement of data. Add to this the privacy protocols in place to protect customers, and Google Analytics 4 offers flexibility for future cookieless tracking and permissions, and advantages are revealed. Combined Data and Reporting Rather than focusing on one property (web or app) at a time, this platform allows marketers to track a customer’s journey more holistically.  The platform’s premise is that there is a pattern everyone follows. From the moment a customer visits your website to clicks on a button subscribing to your newsletter or blog – Acquisition and Engagement. To the moment your customer makes a purchase, is happy with the product or sevice, and comes back again – Monetization and Retention.  Designed for marketers who want to track users across multiple formats, Google Analytics 4 hopes to solve with Data Streams. These Data Streams merge to paint a picture of the customer journey from website visit to purchase. A Focus on Anonymized Data This anonymization answers the call to Data Privacy and third-party data collection. Crafting a unified user journey centered around machine learning to fill in any gaps, marketers and businesses have a way to get the information they need without diving into personal data issues. This is a key change in that Google is moving away from client-side focus and using server-side and customer-centric capabilities. With GDPR and privacy laws in full swing, marketers face enhanced privacy regulations as cookies are phased out or blocked. Predictive Metrics and Audiences Using Machine Learning to predict future transactions is a game changer for the platform. These predictive metrics for e-commerce sites on Google properties allow for targeted ads to visitors who seem most likely to make a purchase within one week of visiting the site.  Though focused on e-commerce sites now and based on transactions and revenue, there is an opportunity for marketers to identify and convert based on such leads as video views or form submissions. Machine Learning-Driven Insights The launch announcement for GA4 explains it “has machine learning at its core to automatically surface helpful insights and gives you a complete understanding of your customers across devices and platforms.” Machine Learning-driven insights include details that elude human analysts.  What These Changes Mean on the Digital Frontier We’re all reaching for higher value and Google Analytics 4.0 brings it into one unified platform for the future. As we make the shift from traditional Google Analytics to its 4.0 version, there is opportunity to get more creative.   Wondering if you should upgrade? This article breaks down the pros and cons to help you decide.  If you’re interested in Big Data & Analytics, Harnham may have a role for you. Check out our current vacancies or contact one of our expert consultants to learn more.  For our West Coast Team, contact us at (415) 614 - 4999 or send an email to sanfraninfo@harnham.com.  For our Mid-West and East Coast teams contact us at (212) 796-6070 or send an email to newyorkinfo@harnham.com.  

Zoom Fashion: Five Marketing Insights From A Remote World

Remember Fashion Week? That place where Designers shared their imagination on stage, and models wore outfits which seemed out of this world. Remember the mall? That place where you found clothes to make you stand out as an individual in your surroundings. Now that we’ve been quarantined and social distanced for a year, and our office is our living room, fashion doesn’t play so much into our daily lives. Or does it? Sure, it’s had to change just like we have. Actually, it’s because we’ve changed. Where once consumers followed fashion, now fashion follows the consumer. From the Digital Transformation with AI to the call for comfort, the fashion season has changed. Here are a few insights as to how. Five Marketing Insights on the Future of Fashion Demand Is Down  Whether you work from home or at a remote location, the rules of office fashion have changed. So has formal wear fashion for that matter. With no events to attend, no weddings in play, and most restaurants closed, the need for clothes to wear for specific outings have fallen out of favor.  Add in a mix of unemployment and slowed spending – choices focused on food and rent versus clothing, footwear, and accessories, and the fate of fashion seemed completely downgraded. But companies with a conscience, and those focused on leisure and activewear, have an opportunity to bounce back. Consumers working from home are focused on casual for business, and comfort for consumers interested in health and wellbeing. Digital Is Up Online sales, virtual customer service, and digital transformation of the retail industry have bloomed within just a few months. Shopping is social and brands have had to keep up.Since the debut of finding fashion fits in a videogame-like format which allows you to virtually try on different styles of clothing, haircuts, shoes, or design your own accessories, fashion has gained ground in VR. Though brick-and-mortar stores aren’t out of the game yet, online sales will reign. Fashion brands are finding ways to adapt and balance the needs of their consumer from a mix of online, virtual experiences with a human touch. Classic Comfort Whether we’re in bunny slippers, slipper socks, or bare feet as we pad across the living room to our computer, we can feel a little childish glee that slippers are estimated to grove 50% or more this year. Add in our most comfortable set of lounge pants, and all we have to worry about is a top that seems business-y enough for our Zoom meetings, right? Though the pandemic has escalated consumer desires for comfort and casual wear, most were already in the mindset – even before work from home and remote working became the new normal. However, with the consumer mindset focused on form and function versus the latest and greatest, much of the fashion industry has faced major overstock issues. Consumers now want clothing that’s better made, lasts longer, and is more sustainable. These new consumer demands and facing overstock issues have forced brands to improve Insight Analytics for the industry. Social Justice Is On The Line Brands who focus first on their employees and vendors are more likely to win the hearts of today’s consumer. Shopping is still social. But now it comes with a social justice impetus to pay workers fairly for their work as they learn about pay structures or lack thereof for garment workers and sales assistants.  Ultimately, consumers are calling for authenticity and transparency. Brands who engage authentically at every level of their logistics and supply chain, could more easily find common ground and a boon of support from shoppers for showing they care. AI-Focused Fashion Gains Ground AI and Machine Learning are helping brands at scale and offering consumers a unique virtual experience. From chatbots to smart image recognition systems, AI is transforming the industry at every level – manufacturing to quality assurance to design and Marketing and sales. Outside the making of the products, AI is facilitating change and improving the shopping experience. Using Predictive Analytics, Advanced Analytics, and intelligent automation, it is improving the efficiency of the consumer’s journey.  Though fashion has definitively shifted online, that doesn’t mean there’s no room at the table for brick-and-mortar space. Opportunities exist for a blend of digital, pop-ups, and temporary locations so brands can expand their reach at every place consumer’s might prefer to shop. But in the digital space, ecommerce and mobile apps are a focus for consumers and fashion brands alike as it offers a ‘try before you buy’ within a virtual medium. If you’re interested in Big Data & Analytics, Advanced Analytics, Life Sciences, Data Science, or any of our Data professional fields, we may have a role for you. Check out our current vacancies or contact one of our expert consultants to learn more.  For our West Coast Team, contact us at (415) 614 - 4999 or send an email to sanfraninfo@harnham.com.  For our Mid-West and East Coast teams contact us at (212) 796-6070 or send an email to newyorkinfo@harnham.com.  

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