Director of Strategic Marketing Analytics

Boston, Massachusetts
US$240000 - US$250000 per annum

Director of Strategic Marketing Analytics

E-Commerce

$240,000 - 250,000

Greater Boston

Are you a seasoned leader within the Advanced Analytics discipline and want to work for a renowned E-Commerce organization that has been a leader in its space since its onset? If you have a strong consultative mindset and can work in an agile environment while remaining technically proficient as a thought leader, this can be the opportunity for you!

THE ROLE- Director of Strategic Marketing Analytics

In this capacity, you will use your hands-on and managerial experience to develop analytical roadmaps to address business problems across multiple business units, improve customer lifetime value for the broader organization, utilize both machine learning and statistical initiatives to inform business decisions, and optimize both campaigns and channels of marketing alike.

Furthermore, you will work cross-functionally with key stakeholders throughout the business to ultimately align the Strategic Analytics, Data Science, and Data Engineering teams from an initiative standpoint.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Statistics, Data Science, or equivalent fields. Master's Degree and Ph.D. preferred.
  • 10+ years of experience within the Advanced Analytics, Data Science, or Marketing Sciences disciplines.
  • Advanced hands-on experience with SQL and Python (or R) required.
  • Advanced use of Tableau, PowerBI, Looker, etc. for analytical presentations/visualizations.
  • Strong understanding of statistical and machine learning concepts and utilizing these concepts to inform company-wide business decisions.
  • Prior experience building out a team of agile, Strategic Analysts and setting subsequent goals and objectives.
  • Ample experience working with key stakeholders and communicating trend analysis to technical and non-technical audiences.
  • Deep understanding of the Data Analytics landscape, including industry trends.

BENEFITS - Director of Strategic Marketing Analytics

As a Director of Strategic Marketing Analytics you can expect to earn up to $250,000 (depending on experience) + highly competitive benefits

HOW TO APPLY?:

Please register your interest by sending your Resume to Greffen George via the Apply link on this page

KEYWORDS:

Python, SQL, R, E-Commerce, Retail, Business Intelligence, Strategy, Insight, Analytics, Leadership, Management, Data Science, Marketing Sciences, Strategic Analytics, Thought Leadership, Machine Learning

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