• Senior Analyst, Marketing Sciences

    Job Locations US-OH-Cincinnati | US-KY-Louisville
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(12/1/2018 12:16 PM)
    # of Openings
    Digital Performance Marketing
  • Overview

    The Scoppechio Sr. Analyst, Marketing Sciences is responsible for managing omnichannel assignments for the agency’s clients. Our Marketing Sciences team has deep expertise in analytics and delivers results-focused, actionable insights and optimization programs that drive clear ROI for our clients. We need you to be able to manage a profitable business to drive innovation, and quality of deliverables. This role can sit in our Cincinnati or Louisville office. 


    • Use data and research to inform strategic decisions, working closely with strategy and account teams
    • Develop key performance indicators (KPIs) and goals
    • Analyze both digital advertising (including social and display, CRM) and offline media analytics (radio, Out-of-Home, Direct Mail, etc.)
    • Leverage multiple data sources to drive insightful recommendations
    • Create test and learn measurement plans
    • Support multiple clients and manage simultaneous projects and deliverables
    • Create client-ready reports, presentations, case studies, and other deliverables
    • Help to create dashboards and other data visualization deliverables, via tools such as Domo, Google Data Studios, Excel, or others



    • Ad agency experience preferred
    • At least 5-6 years relevant analyst experience
    • Advanced knowledge of Google Analytics, Microsoft Excel, social listening, and social analytics tools
    • Experience with data science programming languages such as Python, R, and VBA a plus
    • Excellent communication (verbal and written) and client interaction skills
    • Data visualization techniques that serve the needs of internal and client stakeholders
    • Highly detail oriented and organized with the ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced environment



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