Analyst, Data and Insights Group - Marketing Analytics

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Job Description

Seeking analytical talent to turn passion for data and support of world-class journalism into tools and insights. The analyst will collaborate with multiple internal teams across tech and business groups to deliver strategic analyses and recommendations, conduct experiments, and produce tools that support our business and provide funding for our journalism. This position requires a strategic and tactical viewpoint, strong problem solving skills and a deep sense of curiosity.

  • Work with the Digital Media team to measure, assess and help optimize Marketing performance, particularly as they relate to KPI targets.
  • Create and maintain media reporting dashboards; service ad-hoc dashboarding needs.
  • Responsible for collection, monitoring and accuracy of vendor data and reporting to monitor the impact of Marketing activities on core business KPIs, including analysis and predictability of discrepancies.
  • Provide reporting for channels included, but not limited to, Paid Search, Social, Email and Display, to be provided to internal stakeholders for weekly, monthly and quarterly reviews
  • Contribute to the design and measurement of new tactics deemed appropriate in furthering business unit objectives.
  • Working with the experimentation team to determine effectiveness of interventions by conversion segments.
  • Creative testing around key product attributes and their relationship to channel, platform and segment targeting.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Degree in an analytical field such as economics, stats/mathematics, or computer science or 1+ years experience in an analytical role
  • Strong skills in SQL
  • Strong communication and presentation skills - written, visual, and verbal
  • Excellent analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills
  • A collaborative mindset and sense of curiosity is essential

Desired Qualifications:
  • Experience with Python or R
  • Experience with visualization tools like Tableau, Chartio or Looker
  • Familiarity with Google BigQuery or other big data environments
  • Experience applying statistics to business problems


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