Marketing Analytics Manager

Massachusetts
US$125000 - US$140000 per year + equity + bonuses!

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Marketing Analytics Manager
Retail
Greater Boston Area
$125,000- $140,000 + equity + bonuses!

Would you like to join an exciting retail company based out of Boston? Do you have a marketing analytics background with management experience? At this role, you will be leading your division in generating and implementing marketing analytical insight on how to best influence and predict customer behavior. At this role, you will be understanding how customers are engaging and finding what attributes are linked to value and how to better target key demographics, while using tools like SQL, Python and R.

THE COMPANY:

You will be working at an established fast paced retail company that values collaboration and critical thinking on every level of the business. My client values results and is analytical in its nature-you will be using your influence to drive marketing strategy every day.

THE ROLE:

The ideal candidate has a strong proven ability for thinking critically and implementing strategy to advance business trajectory. As a manager, you will be leading your team in a proactive approach into tracking business trends and creating new features to improve customer experience. You will need to be data driven and have proven technical expertise in SQL, Python and R, as well as being able to generate insight from hard data. You will be:

  • Creating advanced statistical models to predict, and present information gained from multiple sources in a visualized form using SQL, Python/R to best gauge customer behavior and trends.
  • Be able to value the customer experience from an analytical lens: channel strategy, campaign performance, optimization, among others.
  • A great communicator-- be able to explain how your strategy and insights are directly linked to customer behavior.
  • Be able to work cross functionally among other departments.
  • Experienced with managing a team of 5 analysts or more.
  • Mathematics background is a plus!

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree in numerical subject such as Statistics, Economics, Mathematics, etc.
  • Expert proficiency and in SQL, Python, R, Google Analytics, Tableau.
  • Advanced marketing background-technical but can gather and generate insights with business perspective.
  • Ability to lead a team of skilled analysts to gather actionable and quantitative insights.
  • Proven ability in generating advanced marketing insights and valuing the consumer perspective.
  • Effectively communicating with stakeholders and partners-translating your insights in a way that captivates and leads to action.

THE BENEFITS:

  • $125,000 -140,000 Salary
  • Great bonus + equity package
  • Amazing growth opportunity

HOW TO APPLY:

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

KEYWORDS:

Retail, marketing, analytics, SQL, R, Python, customer behavior, google analytics, Tableau, insights, optimization, campaign performance, channel strategy, mathematics, business perspective, lead, consumer, perspective

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