Analyst

Job title: Analyst 

Reports to: Analysis Director

Role Overview

We are seeking an experienced Analyst to join our expanding Analysis & Insight function, working across our exciting range of blue-chip clients. The individual should have a strong background in databases and analytics. The right candidate should be an excellent communicator, comfortable explaining complex problems to non-technical colleagues and clients. The right candidate will enjoy working in a fast-paced environment working across several clients and projects at the same time. 

Key Responsibilities

  • Use knowledge of data exploration techniques to understand the raw data, including anomalies and limitations

  • Perform post campaign reporting and analysis, employing statistical techniques to test for the robustness of results

  • Taking an important role in analysis projects such as recommendation engines, cluster segmentations and propensity models

  • Work with internal Client Services and Analysis & Insight teams, as well as external client marketing teams, to help identify customer targeting opportunities

  • Detailing the results of analysis in a format suitable for a non-technical audience, typically Excel and/or PowerPoint presentations


Essential Skills

  • Degree educated with a scientific background

  • Minimum 2 years’ experience working with MS SQL Server

  • Experience of undertaking marketing campaign effectiveness analysis

  • Strong knowledge of database design

  • Previous experience in analytical tools and languages such as R, SAS, SPSS or similar

  • Proficient in a variety of computing languages (experience of .NET desirable)

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Articulate and confident communicator

  • Good presentation skills, comfortable delivering technical content to non-technical audiences

  • Driven by creating successful marketing campaigns that deliver demonstrable ROI to our clients

  • Clear thinker with excellent numeracy skills

  • An inquisitive nature, looking to challenge the status quo