Insight Manager- Media Agency
Our client is a leading media agency , based in a buzzing part of London. They are part of a larger global group but very much stand as their own innovative forward thinking/smaller business in this space. They are huge investors in people, so opportunity for development is rich in this company. They are investing on a global scale within innovation and wanting to break barriers their competitors haven't. This is without doubt a very exciting time to join this media agency.
With all of the above in mind, our client is looking for a forward thinking Insight Manager to join the Insight and Analytics team. Working directly under the Head of Data you will be the lead for Insight for the business. You will be working closely with stakeholders and directly with clients, which gives huge variety in the role. You will be responsible for leading and designing primary, secondary and digital research projects which provide consumer and business insights. As well as taking over and managing on-going business projects you will be the 'go to' for insight and will champion this throughout the business.
Our client is looking specifically for someone who is passionate about finding better ways of working to deliver the most accurate and time effective insight. You will be a peer to 2 junior members in the insight team and will be instrumental in their ongoing training and development. This role is going to suit a solid media insight specialist who wants a new challenge and wants to be a key person in growing and developing the Insight within a global brand.
To be considered for this role you must have
- At least 3 years media agency experience working in an insight role
- Experienced and confident with using a variety of media data tools such as TGI, GWI and Comscore
- Experience of designing and managing research projects from concept to completion
- Have the ability to translate complex words and data into easily digestible and interesting material
- A passion for finding the story in the numbers and who wants to challenge the 'status quo'