Short DescriptionGoogle is searching as a Global Marketing Analytics Manager, you will partner with internal teams to guide media, marketing, and analytics strategies. Responsible for end-to-end program management and delivery of key analytics and optimization initiatives while partnering with business leads across the organization.
- Use your knowledge of data analytics and predictive and statistical modeling techniques to develop solutions for client business and marketing challenges, while also uncovering opportunities.
- Collaborate with Google's Marketing team to innovate and develop scalable solutions across industry challenges.
- Advise partner teams on methodologies for marketing and media analytics, measurement and attribution. Seek out key decision makers, challenge the status quo and influence decisions.
- Manage campaign-related research, while collaborating with Google's agency partners to deliver timely results.
- Integrate with partner teams across the Cloud organization to deliver measurement implementation and analytical solutions.
- Bachelor's degree or equivalent practical experience.
- 7 years of experience in media analytics, advertising sales, digital media and marketing, consulting, or financial analysis.
- Experience using search engine marketing (Google Ads), website analytics platforms (Google Analytics and other measurement suite products), and brand analysis techniques.
- Experience with spreadsheet software and presentation applications.
- Experience closely with clients, advising on how to increase business performance.
- Demonstrated analytical background and experience with marketing analytics, return on investment/financial modeling, media-mix models and statistical analysis.
- Demonstrated problem-solver with critical thinking skills. Ability to analyze large datasets and boil them down to a few actionable insights.
Marketing Analytics Manager
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