Senior Manager- Advanced Analytics

New York
US$120000 - US$150000 per year

Senior Manager- Advanced Analytics
Retail
New York City
$120,000-$150,000

Are you the purple unicorn that has both technical expertise within predictive modeling and strategy? My client is looking for a self-motivated leader within advanced analytics to lead the development of advanced analytics across their brand! If you are highly interested in generating technical insights to understand how to best impact the bottom line, this opportunity is meant for you. You will be managing a high-level advanced analytics team in building out complex predictive and statistical models while using tools like SQL, Python and R, hands on.

THE COMPANY:

My client's mission is to use analytics to outline and impact every area of the business. As a Fortune 500 retailer, their global presence sets the bar as to where other competitors would like to be. They are bridging the gap within analytics and retail to turn data into action!

THE ROLE:

This role requires highly passionate and technical leaders with proven track records in building advanced models hands on to solve, optimize and make recommendations to drive decision making. As a subject matter expert in all things advanced analytics, you will be instrumental in leading and mentoring a highly technical modeling team. You will have access to one of the largest data sets in the world and will derive data driven insight from quantitative sources of data to translate it into high level recommendations that will help your division achieve success. You will be:

  • Able to build out and interpret predictive models, statistical techniques and machine learning applications like linear and logistic regression, K-NN, Bayesian statistics, clustering, time series, multivariate, XG boost, decision trees, random forest, etc.
  • Highly proficient in using SAS/SQL/Python/R hands on.
  • Results oriented and collaborative--strong teamwork and communication skills to develop goals and build innovation roadmaps.
  • Seeing past the numbers to make informed recommendations to best optimize the customer buying experience from end to end.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Degree in Statistics, Mathematics, Economics or related field.
  • Expert proficiency in tools like and in SQL/SAS/ Python/R to build out predictive and statistical models hands on.
  • Experience working in the retail/ecommerce space.
  • Excellent communications skills to present complex information in a concise and compelling way!

THE BENEFITS:

  • $120,000-150,000 Salary

HOW TO APPLY:

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

KEYWORDS:

Retail, Senior Manager, Advanced Analytics, data driven, SQL, Python, R, predictive models, statistical models, linear regression, logistic regression, k-NN, Bayesian statistics, clustering, time series, multivariate, XG boost, decision trees, random forest, innovation, purple unicorn

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