Head of Analytics
This award-winning research and insights agency seeks a talented marketing scientist to build a new advanced analytics team.
What’s the opportunity?
This is a hands-on lead role where you will promote the use of advanced analytics and data science across the business and build a team of data analysis and data scientists.
This role requires a data analysis/scientist with experience in advanced market research analytics.
In this role, you’ll be responsible for the following.
* Building and leading a team.
* Promoting the adoption of new techniques.
* Maxdiff , segmentation, conjoint and
* Multivariate Analysis, CHAID, regression and factor analysis
* Machine learning and Data Fusion,
* Text and Sentiment Analysis
* Reporting and automation
What’s in it for me?
The opportunity to step into a leadership role where you’ll champion the update of advanced analytics, data science and innovations.
Salary & Benefits:
Up to £85,000 per annum.
Contact: Charles Moore
Hasson Associates welcomes applications from everyone. Together we are committed to creating a genuinely inclusive and diverse workplace, ensuring people with a disability, neurodiversity, impairment, mental or physical health conditions can access and progress in employment. Your CV will be considered purely based on the potential that you’ll bring to the role. Please let us know if there are any adjustments needed to make your interview/screening process as seamless and comfortable as possible.
Established in 2008, we are one of the UK’s most successful and independent recruitment consultancies with industry recognition, becoming the first choice for permanent and interim Market Research and Insight recruitment for agency and client-side companies. Hasson Associates comprises seven dedicated experts with comprehensive knowledge, experience, and networks within market research, insight, and analysis. Providing a bespoke service to both clients and candidates, we pride ourselves on being a unique boutique consultancy focusing on service and delivery rather than volume.