Digital Analytics Manager - Finance

New York
Negotiable

Digital Analytics Manager - Finance

New York, NY

$115,000 - $130,000 - Dependent on experience

Are you ready jump into the world of finance with a global company? We have an asset management company looking for a leader in Digital Marketing.

THE COMPANY

As a Digital Analytics Manager, you will be joining a global asset management company that works across 15+ different countries, that has been around for over 100 years. They have been managing investment portfolios and providing insights to investors for decades.

DIGITAL ANALYTICS MANAGER - ROLE OVERVIEW

As the Digital Analytics Manager, you will be responsible for building out and delivering on a Digital Analytics vision. Your success in this role will come from taking on leadership by serving as the subject matter expert across all digital marketing channels, such as, website, social, SEO, SEM, email, advertising, sponsorships, native, etc. In doing so, you will define and implement a client-focused measurement framework where you will be able to provide valuable insights on best practices across these many marketing channels.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

The successful Digital Analytics Manager will have the following skills and experience:

  • S. Degree in Economics, Marketing, Analytics, or quantitative field
  • Experience working in Finance is a must
  • Experience using Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Data Studio, and SQL required
  • Experience using data visualization platforms such as Tableau or Einstein is a plus
  • Independent thinker with the ability to clean and manipulate large data sets

SALARY AND BENEFITS

The successful Digital Analytics Manager can expect a salary of $115,000 - $130,000 dependent on experience, in addition to a comprehensive benefits package

HOW TO APPLY

Please register your interest by sending your resume to Vallon Barnes via the Apply link on this page.

KEYWORDS

Tableau, SQL, R, Python, Statistics, Power BI, Google Data Studio, Modeling, Regression, Search, SEM, PPC, Location, Google analytics, Mobile, web analytics, Hitwise, Insight, Maxymiser, Sitecatalyst, Omniture, Conversion Optimisation, agency, client, digital analytics, web analyst, digital analyst, digital marketing analyst, eCommerce, senior web analyst, lead web analyst, reporting, analytics, Data Science.

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