Are you currently working with global clients? Companies like Ralph Lauren, PayPal, KFC, Samsung and Mercedes-Benz just to name a few. These brands need no introduction, but they are looking to grow their marketing through tech and data-driven solutions; which is why they need a technical marketing agency like this one, to keep their brands in market leading positions.
There is a strong focus on training and development with 10% of your working week dedicated to this.
Opportunities like this one don’t come around often, as this role falls within one of their core client accounts; don’t hesitate to apply as we expect this role to be filled quickly!
Your core aim, relating to everything you’ll do, is to create the future of marketing by transforming their current digital strategy through a tailored data programme.
You’ll be joining a global team with 5 currently in the UK with a focus on the clients European markets, working with data from the entire customer journey across these markets. Afterwards, you’ll be visualising and presenting this data to their client, allowing them to understand and relay internally so changes can be made.
This is a line management role, and you will have direct responsibility for a junior analyst.
Web analytics will play an important part in this role early on but it will increase in scope as you progress and you’ll play a larger part in insights and strategies, while liaising with other teams with the agency to deliver these data solutions.
- Streamlined interview process. Potential to go from application to offer in less than 2 weeks
- Hybrid and flexible working model
- This is a permanent, full-time position.
- Regrettably, this client is unable to offer Visa sponsorship
Who We’re Looking For:
Although we don’t like to put too much emphasis on “years of experience”, this is a senior level position which requires competent Google Analytics skills, Microsoft packages (Excel and PowerPoint) and a familiarity with visualisation tools such as Power BI or Tableau.
The ability to clearly tell a story with data to executives who don’t work with data every day and getting them excited is important, so confident and articulate communication skills will make the difference in interview.
Job Owner: d.prosser