Graduate Media Analyst - Entry Level role
Advertiser: Spark FoundryMore jobs from this company
- Job Listing Date
- 22 Sept 2019
- Sydney, CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Marketing & Communications, Market Research & Analysis
Data Media Strategy & Planning Agency is seeking an enthusiastic Media Analyst to join their growing team – no previous experience required.
We are looking for determined and hardworking analysts with great attention to detail to join our newly formed team in a rapidly expanding company. Unlike other agencies, Spark Foundry combines the nimble spirit of a startup with the marketplace clout and deep partnerships of a global powerhouse.
You will be responsible for the data analysis relating to marketing campaigns, with the full support of an experienced and market leading department. This role will become a key part of our growing media team and offer you many opportunities to develop your professional skills in data analysis.
The opportunity includes comprehensive training and development across our preferred platforms and proprietary tools. We are currently looking for candidates ranging from recent graduates to those with 1-2 years experience.
Who are we looking for?
- Team worker
- Strong organisational & time management skills
- Great attention to detail
- Fast learner who can think on their feet
- Strong numerical and analytical skills
- Enthusiastic and a positive, can do attitude
What you'll be doing
- Analysing the performance and impact of marketing activity on client's businesses
- Developing processes and systems to manage, access and interpret various data sources.
- Developing a close working relationship with Google and other suppliers
- Creating and managing visualisations of analysis using the latest platforms.
- Supporting the agency's planning and strategy team
To apply please send your resume along with a cover letter explaining why you believe you are the right person for the position.
A cover letter is crucial for the application to be processed.
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