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The Revenue Operations team mission is to scale advertising revenue, through the establishment of long-term, strategic relationships with ad reseller partners. We work alongside our partners to solve client business goals and challenges through mutually beneficial ideas and measurable results. We’re seeking an Advertising Analyst to support our global advertising business. 

The primary responsibility of the Advertising Analyst will be to manage and develop all ad related data, support the growth of the business with actionable insights, and provide meaningful and well supported recommendations to crucial business decisions. This role will partner with the advertising team, product, engineering, data, and finance teams and will build and maintain performance dashboards, manage and monitor ad performance and revenue tracking across all global territories, and work with the advertising teams with market optimizations and support strategic decisions.  This role will report into the VP, Partner Management.

 

Responsibilities

  • Design, develop, and maintain reporting platforms that consistently and accurately captures the information needed to support global ad delivery metrics and revenue performance
  • Ensure all data is aggregated accurately, QA'd, and serves the needs of the business in organized, readable formats
  • Able to identify data irregularities with ability to proactively formulate solutions based on expert knowledge of trends and the mechanics of ad serving technology 
  • Develop quantitative analysis, ad hoc reports, models, and A/B tests to support advertising decisions
  • Build meaningful audience analytical reports derived from platform metrics and support sales training materials and RFPs
  • Assess pricing and performance in each monetizable market to ensure optimal yield

Requirements

  • 3+ years relevant experience in digital analytics or digital ad campaign analysis role
  • Project management and goal-setting experience within a digital analytics or analysis environment
  • Expert experience with data analysis and visualization through SQL, Data Studio
  • Knowledge in global markets and privacy compliance, GDPR/CCPA preferred
  • Familiarity with Google Ad Manager with technical understanding of ad tech/publisher side preferred
  • Highly team-oriented with a collaborative spirit
  • Ability to build strong working relationships with internal team members and partners
  • Exceptional analytical and problems-solving ability
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Highly proactive, solution-oriented, autonomous and resourceful
  • Detail-oriented and ability to excel in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment
  • LOVE OF MUSIC

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