Job descriptionMarketing Science Partner
Length: 12 Months
Rate: £40.00 - £44.00 per hour (40 hours p/w)
Marketing Science Partner
- You will work with a broad array of company advertisers predominantly from the retail vertical in measuring true business value and growing their businesses through the company’s ad platforms.
- You will engage in client conversations, presentations of results and partner internally with cross functional and specialist teams to advise on marketing best practices using evidence based insights.
- You will consult with clients and agencies on products and solutions for different needs and challenges as it pertains to media, marketing, or key measurement questions..
- You will deliver trainings/education for internal and external audiences through dedicated sessions, webinars, and events.
- Where appropriate, you will look to scale learnings and insights from your work with clients or through research to the appropriate internal/external audiences.
- As opportunities arise, you will execute and/or lead key proactive programs that will help grow our advertisers' businesses (in partnership with product marketing and sales teams).
- 5+ years’ experience in research, analytics, or ad effectiveness.
- A bachelor’s degree in a quantitative field.
- You have experience building connections with customers and team members through effective communication and collaborating cross-functionally.
- You have experience inspiring action based on data-driven insights including influencing advertiser planning and buying behaviour
- You have a track record of operating independently, demonstrating creativity, being detail-oriented, and delivering results in a highly organised manner.
- An advanced degree in psychology, statistics, economics, behavioural or social science or a related field.
- You have an understanding of online advertising and familiarity with branding and performance advertising and marketing frameworks, including ad effectiveness measurement techniques.
- You have experience with statistical analysis, including but not limited to experimental design, modelling, or advertising research.
- You are comfortable communicating complex topics to a non-technical audience.
- You have experience in scaling data-based insights and learnings to broad audiences through appropriate channels.