Customer Analytics Director

Boston, Massachusetts
US$115000 - US$130000 per year

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Customer Analytics Director
Greater Boston Area

Attention customer analytics professionals-look no further! My client is looking for highly qualified candidates to join a world leading global team in providing data driven insights to a Fortune 1000 client in the retail and CPG sector. In this role, you will be understanding what the needs of your clients are and finding what attributes are linked to value, while using tools like SQL, SAS and/or SPSS.


You will be working as an Analytics Director at a solution focused company in the Boston area for Fortune 1000 companies across the US. They value highly technical and skilled individuals who have previous customer analytics experience within the retail and/or consumer goods sector.


The ideal candidate has a strong proven ability for thinking critically and implementing strategy to advance business trajectory. As a Clients Analytics Director, you will be taking a proactive approach into tracking business trends for a top Fortune 1000 client and understanding how to best improve analytics processes at every level. Please note- this role will require travel. You will be:

  • Experienced with pricing analysis, promotion strategy, POS analytics, channel strategy, market mix modeling, campaign performance evaluation, optimization, customer LTV, among others, using SAS, R, SQL or similar
  • A great communicator and be able to explain how your strategy and insights are directly linked to business optimization.
  • Client facing, consultative and solutions oriented.
  • Travel for work is required.


  • Degree in numerical subject such as Statistics, Economics, Mathematics, etc.
  • Experience in the retail and CPG sector.
  • Expert proficiency and in SQL, SAS/R and/or SPSS.
  • Advanced analytics background-technical but can gather and generate insights with business perspective.
  • Proven experience in being client facing and consulting.
  • Experienced with channel strategy, market mix modeling, campaign performance evaluation, optimization, customer LTV, among others.
  • Effectively communicating with clients, stakeholders and partners-translating your insights in a way that captivates and leads to action.


  • $115,000-130,000 Salary


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


Consulting, advanced, Customer Analytics Director, data driven, SQL, SAS, SPSS, client facing, critical thinking, travel, insights, pricing analysis, promotion strategy, POS analytics, channel strategy, market mix modeling, campaign performance, optimization, customer LTV, communication, stakeholders, Fortune 1000

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