VP Advanced Analytics

New York
US$170000 - US$185000 per year

VP Advanced Analytics
E-Commerce
New York City
$170,000-$185,000

This is your chance to join one of the fastest growing e-commerce retailers in the world! As the Vice President of Advanced Analytics, you will be leading the marketing analytics practice and work closely with stakeholders and clients to find what attributes are linked to value.

THE COMPANY:

You will be working for a billion-dollar e-commerce company that is the leader in disrupting the market and innovation. Based out of NYC, your team will be committed to building out highly technical insights in tools like SAS, SQL, R and Python to optimize channel and market effectiveness.

THE ROLE:

As the Vice President of Advanced Analytics, you will be taking a proactive approach into tracking business trends and understanding how to best improve internal processes at every level. You will need to be data driven and have proven technical expertise in tools like SAS, SQL, R and/or Python. You will be highly proficient background in building and validating advanced statistical models, 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.
  • Experienced with multi-touch attribution, promotion strategy, market mix modeling, A/B testing and evaluating multi-channel campaign performance.
  • A great communicator and be able to explain how your strategy and insights are directly linked to business optimization.
  • Be the face of the department--client facing, consultative and solutions oriented.
  • Leading and mentoring a team of advanced analysts.

YOUR SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • STEM Degree.
  • Expert proficiency and in SQL, Python, R, Tableau.
  • Advanced analytics background-technical but can gather and generate insights with business perspective.
  • Proven experience in being client facing and consulting.
  • Proven ability in generating advanced marketing insight statistical modeling tools like/but no limited to: regression models, decision trees, clustering, time series, survival analysis, etc.
  • Experienced with channel strategy, market mix modeling, optimization and more.
  • Effectively communicating with stakeholders and partners-translating your insights in a way that captivates and leads to action.

THE BENEFITS:

  • $170,000-185,000 Salary

HOW TO APPLY:

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

KEYWORDS:

E-commerce, Vice President of Advanced Analytics, analytics, data driven, SQL, R, Python, proactive, predictive modeling, critical thinking, Tableau, insights, time series, statistical modeling, regression, multivariate, survival analysis, Bayesian, natural language processing, communication, stakeholders, pricing analysis, promotion strategy, market mix modeling, optimization

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