We have an opportunity for an Insights Analyst to join our award-winning analytics team.
If you have a head for analytics, and a heart for insight, we’d love you to come play in our sandpit. We’re are one of NZ’s leading independent marketing agencies. Central to our philosophy is the belief that behind every great idea is a genius insight… and behind that insight is often oodles of sexy data.
As an Insights Analyst you will understand and have worked in analytical and marketing environments. Demonstrating a desire to get under the skin of business problems, you know how to use analysis, data insight and tools to help answer them. Working within a team and multi-tasking across clients provides the variety you thrive on.
Insight Analyst Key Responsibilities
- Liaise with clients and understand their requirements
- Plan and design analysis to help answer business problems
- Handle and manipulate large datasets with analytical tools
- Interpret data to create actionable insights.
To get the most out of the role and help us deliver the best solution to our clients, you’ll be a proven A-grade player. You’ll need to have had at least four years work experience. Naturally you’ll have Tertiary qualifications in Statistics (more than likely to a post-graduate level). You will be looking for variety and creativity in your role. You’ll be comfortable using analytical tools such as SAS Language, SQL and R, and you’ll know how to visualise and communicate insights to engage a range of audiences.
If this sounds like you we’d love to hear from you.
All applicants will be required to provide proof of their eligibility to work in New Zealand.
Please apply by sending your CV and a covering email or letter to Robert Harrison
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