A big-name media network with a broad portfolio of broadcast and digital properties is looking for an Analytics Manager. You’ll be managing a team of analysts whose work helps guide the organization’s data-driven decision-making process. To land this gig, you’ll need to be a data whiz with next-level Omniture and Excel skills. You’ll need some business intelligence chops, too.
This organization relies heavily on data to make informed decisions so this role is of central importance. Among other things, they are looking to grow their mobile presence, and they want to know what content/platforms/devices are most critical as they evolve these platforms. You’ll work with the Director of Analytics to implement a greater focus on analytics across the company.
Your work will be crucial in telling the evolving story of consumer trends and how this network’s content is being consumed. You’ll work with partners and internal stakeholders to collect and analyze data sets. You’ll build new dashboards with visualizations to aid decision making and overall strategy.
They’ll also be looking to you to impart some standardization into their reporting process, and work with the Director of Analytics to enforce those rigorous standards as the reporting evolves.
There’s a QA component here, too. You’ll work with third party vendors to identify data inconsistencies and reporting errors, and ensure that issues are quickly remedied. You’ll also keep an eye on internal analytics processes. Here, you’ll identify issues and bugs and take proactive steps to achieve a quick resolution.
You’ve got several years of experience in web analytics and have a solid ad supported, media company pedigree. You’re a pro at Omniture and Google Analytics, and your Excel kung fu is downright terrifying. You’re comfortable with Nielsen and comScore, as well.
You know what KPIs to watch and tagging requirements for all new product, programming, and marketing efforts. You can make recommendations about what levers to pull to drive both audience engagement and ad revenue.
You’ve also got considerable people skills. You can lead a team, and you build a persuasive case when it comes to making data-driven recommendations. You’re an affable team player and a motivational leader.
You thrive in heavily matrixed environments, and can win buy-in from stakeholders on a variety of teams.
Technical chops are at the forefront here, so if you haven’t managed a team of direct reports before, don’t let that stop you from applying.
This network is growing rapidly and they’re passionate about their making their digital presence state-of-the-industry. If the chance to help drive data for an organization with these priorities appeals to you, don’t be shy.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.