Jobs for Marketing Analyst

24,136 open vacancies for Marketing Analyst

Entserv UK Ltd

Business Analyst - London Market Insurance SME

3 days agoContingent Work
Randstad Tech IT

Service Desk Analyst

Weston-Super-Mare, England
4 days agoLimited ExperiencePermanentContingent Work30K/year
Spectrum IT Recruitment

Product Marketing Manager - Direct Marketing

Poole, South West
4 days agoFull-timeExtensive ExperienceProduct MarketingLead Generation Regular Employment

Marketing Analyst

Leeds, England
4 wk. agoFull-timeLimited ExperienceMarketing Analytics Sales support, Operations Flexible working hours

Job profile – Marketing Analyst

Marketing Analysts are responsible for analysing data to inform on marketing trends, which then gets used by Brand Managers and Head of Marketing to determine a marketing strategy for a particular product or company. The data analysed will include trends in specific markets, tracking consumer behaviour and opinion, and checking in on what your company’s competitors are doing. All of this data contributes to an overall picture of what the market looks like, with Marketing Analysts advising on the key opportunities for a company based on the data. Market Analysts usually specialise by sector, with large consulting companies being in high need for these roles, as they deal daily with different client requests and create reports for various products. However, the skills needed for this role are transferable across sectors, thus a wide variety of positions are available in cities across the UK.

Requirements for being a successful Marketing Analyst

The type of person employed as a Market Analyst usually likes working with information, and is prepared to work to meet deadlines or under pressure. Research analysis could be carried out in both written or numerical form, the latter obviously requiring strong numerical ability and normally some background in maths or statistics - both require strong analytical skills however and the ability to make use of sets of information and data to extract relevant information. Strong written and communication skills are normally also required, due to having to present findings and drafting reports. The ability to derive strategy recommendations from the data and present it in such a way that those without an analytical background can utilise it well is a key asset for someone in this role, as is a high degree of creativity and the ability to work both in teams and independently.

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Marketing Analyst

London, England
2 days agoFull-timeFully remoteExtensive ExperienceMarketing Analytics Internship

Market Analyst

Coventry, England
1 wk. agoFull-timeLimited ExperienceData AnalystPermanentContingent Work

Jobs at Cashback as Marketing Analyst

Jobs at Hunter Mason Consulting Ltd as Marketing Analyst

Hunter Mason Consulting

Electrical Estimator - Highways

City of Nottingham, England
1 wk. agoLimited ExperienceRegular Employment
Hunter Mason Consulting Ltd

Senior Quantity Surveyor/ Commercial Manager - MEP (Permanent)

London, England
1 wk. agoFull-timeExtensive ExperiencePermanentRegular Employment80K-100K/year

Share of full- & part-time jobs as Marketing Analyst

Part-time jobs as Marketing Analyst


Market Research Interviewer - Part Time

London, England
4 days agoPart-timeWithout ExperienceShiftsInternship

Market Research Interviewer - Car Required - Part Time

Northern Ireland
3 days agoPart-timeWithout ExperienceShiftsStudent job
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