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Marketing Analyst

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35000 - 45000 GBP ANNUAL

Metrica Recruitment

Brighton, United Kingdom

Unknown / Non-Applicable

Company - Private


Published 339 days ago

The Company:

A fast-growing studio, led by a team of industry veterans from some of the biggest names in mobile games. Our client's mission is to bring the knowledge and experience of a chart-topping mobile games company into a close-knit, collaborative environment.

Their teams drive projects together, from conception to launch in an indie-style process. Combining creativity and data to make games that can be enjoyed by everyone.

They are guided by the belief that when you love what you do, what you do will be loved by others. Together, they create games that they know their players will enjoy, from easy-to-pick-up casual games to ground-breaking innovative ones.

The Role:

This position is based within the growing marketing functions team, it will either focus on user acquisition or on monetisation.

The daily role is to understand the data needs of the various marketing teams, and using analytical tools to provide actionable insight regarding customer behaviour and engagement.

Additionally, there are incredible opportunities and funding available for personal development, an amazing social dynamic, and an opportunity to work from home abroad for one month of the year!

The Successful Candidate Is Likely To Have:

  • Excelled through academia, preferably within STEM subjects
  • Usage of Excel in a professional environment
  • Experience in data and analytics in any field (preference for those focused on consumer data)
  • Confidence when presenting solutions to stakeholders or clients
  • An ideal candidate will be business-focused and have an interest in Gaming/Marketing
Job Owner: d.prosser

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