Analytics Manager

Permanent  |  £50000 - £65000 per annum  |  Central London  |  City of London

Big Data  •  Infrastructure

Are you a forward-thinking Analytics Manager, excited by working for an organisation with a customer base of over 12 million people?

You will join an exciting online and in-store retail brand as an Analytics Manager, leading a team of experienced analysts on the effectiveness of their personalised marketing campaigns. You are someone who can help smaller teams with their complex modelling, forecasting and tool building with the latest techniques.

You will join an organisation who place a huge emphasis on utilising technology to benefit the customer and business and work in a modern agile environment. If you are someone who is used to working in this environment and know the importance of working in this way, we would like to hear from you.

You and your team will work with a range of tools and technologies and you will have the opportunity to have full ownership of the projects alongside your teams. SAS is the main tool used within your team and you will need to be fluent with SAS, it is also a bonus if you have worked with SQL and R, as there are also projects including these.

Our main areas of focus for this position is successful leadership, strong analytical understanding and strong experience working with marketing campaigns or strong experience within the retail sector.

Your role will focus heavily on stakeholder management, therefore, experience working with business requirements in mind and having these relationships is essential.

If you are a thought leader and professional in the analytics field, ready to take on the challenge of various analytical approaches with a successful team, we'd like to hear from you.

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