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This role requires an excellent analyst with extensive hands-on data-mining and reporting experience. The successful candidate is an effective communicator, collaborator, and problem solver in a fast-moving and highly diverse environment, and will be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously while ensuring accuracy and timeliness are not compromised. The Sr. Marketing Analyst enjoys and thrives on the “numbers side” of marketing, and is capable of deriving insight and providing future recommendations based on data analysis. Candidate must have excellent excel skills and be comfortable using querying tools such as Microsoft Access and SQL.
Customer-Centric Reporting: Work with Marketing and Analytical team to develop and deliver recurring reporting focusing on measuring program effectiveness and identifying opportunities for targeted growth. This includes designing and issuing reports used to both track program effectiveness and make key decisions on program changes, as well as presenting findings to key shareholders. Must be comfortable working with business partners at all levels within the organization, and able to summarize high level takeaways for those at the executive level. Use SQL and Access tools to pull data and use Excel to populate existing templates/reports. Ensure accuracy and timeliness of all data and reporting.
Ad Hoc Analysis, Reporting and Queries: Work with marketing partners to understand business objectives. Craft analytical requirements and design based on these objectives. Perform multiple, critical, and typically urgent, ad hoc analyses to gain insight into program trends and risks. Use data to develop insights and recommendations to deliver on business objectives. Review findings with marketing partners.
Quality Control and Continuous Process Improvement: Develop a sound understanding on commonalities and differences in key databases supporting SAM program, including Siebel, Rewards, MDM. Develop confidence in working with customer and retail /delivery transactional data derived from these various systems.