Global Social Analytics Manager

12 Feb 2017
12 Mar 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Global Social Analytics Manager


£50,000 - £70,000

Data is changing the media and marketing industry in a massive way; brands are craving more and more insights around where and how to engage with consumers. Companies are having to react fast to this transformation and stay on top of the new innovations such as - machine learning, integrated apps, internet of things and more.

My client work with some of the biggest brands globally, they have doubled in size over the last two years and have aggressive growth plans moving forward. Whilst they are a major player in the media communications industry, they are still small enough to be agile and flexible which gives new people coming in a real chance to make a stamp on a growing business.

They are 100% focused on digital and data this year and are looking for some key hires that will ensure their culture stays data focused.

One of those roles is the Global Social Analytics Manager


Working across the Northern Hemisphere, this person will be in charge of a looking at a global optimisation in the way the business currently uses social analytics.

- Working across top 10 - 20 markets to understand current use of social analytics insights
- Research new and innovative social analytics methods and provide recommendations across the group
- Map out the capability globally for social listening techniques
- Understand the various social listening partners and select the most relevant building relationships for the business
- Roll out of any chosen solution globally
- Build close relationships with data leaders from all top 20 countries


For this role they are looking for someone who is extremely collaborative, with an adaptive nature and ability to shape something new in a business. An expert knowledge of the social analytics space and the innovations within this area is also required.

This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with skills in social analytics, who wants to get the chance to make a strategic input on a business going through a period of change.