Role Overview:

Reporting to the Sr. Director of Business Strategy & Performance, the Performance Analytics Manager will lead domestic marketing analytics & growth marketing strategy for our retailers while partnering with brand managers, product development, sales planning and operations to drive our hypergrowth path.

In this role, the Performance Analytics Manager will own performance reporting, conduct advanced analysis for departmental projects and initiatives, interpret performance complexities to recommend product growth opportunities, and contribute subject expertise to cross-functional organizational effort by being the expert in brand, market, and competitive trends.

Core Responsibilities: You will be part of a team that is responsible for analyzing marketing intelligence and company performance, and in turn provide strategic recommendations for growth initiatives. You will: 

  • Own product performance reporting and analysis for our retailers, including diving into weekly sales to provide insights on market and Frida product trends, analyzing 
    media flight success, and providing updates on ad hoc project performance
  • Work with Brand Managers & Creative team to ideate, execute, and analyze performance-driving initiatives
  • Lead weekly performance meetings and monthly deep dives with our President to discuss company success and opportunities
  • Conduct deep dive analyses into select areas of growth, including product prioritization and retailer performance
  • Collaborate with Product Development & Strategy team, fostering discussions around market, category and competitive intelligence to help cultivate new product ideas
  • Align with Sales Planning weekly to bridge wholesale and POS performance
  • Actively participate in the development of the vision for Frida’s data & analytics architecture to improve company-wide analysis efficiencies and broaden your own 
    knowledge of data analytics

Qualifications & Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Data Analytics or related field
  • Minimum 2-5 years of related experience in analytics or strategy
  • Demonstrated analytic chops, with the ability to design and interpret performance models to define trends
  • Strong in all Microsoft Office solutions, especially Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint
  • BONUS: experience building data visualizations and analyzing data in Power BI and/orTableau
  • BONUS: experience with CVS, Walgreens, or Grocery Retailers
  • An energetic, positive, team player attitude ready for the demands of a high energy, fast-paced company environment with a no-task-too-small work ethic 
  • The ability to interpret data complexities and successfully communicate results with other teams
  • Self-starter who can prioritize, organize and manage multiple projects simultaneously with high attention to detail and quality
  • An unwavering passion to learn, always striving to find ways you and Frida can be better, more efficient, and more impactful

About Frida:

Frida is more than a brand built to support parents. We get parents. We know all about the often unbelievable realities of parenthood, because we’ve been in the trenches. Over the last 7 years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to developing the tools (and sometimes the tips, too) that help simplify parenting - and it all started with snot. Since the launch of our cult-favorite NoseFrida, The SnotSucker, we’ve innovated and launched over 100 products that provide quick and easy solutions to age-old parenting problems. We also launched Frida Mom in 2019, with products to help women with the transition through the fourth trimester into motherhood. Today, Frida holds over a 70% share of its main category, and our products can be found in over 50+ countries and in over 40,000 stores throughout the US - in every retail channel from mass-market, grocery, chain drug, and specialty stores. For 7 years, we’ve had parents’ backs as they navigate the parts of parenthood you don’t usually see on the ’gram with honest and raw messaging to provide the answers to questions they didn’t even know they had. And, we’re just getting started.

Benefits:

At Frida, we are dedicated to fostering an engaging, collaborative, and innovative environment for our employees. Our benefits include, but are not limited to: 

  • Comprehensive health, vision, dental, and life insurance options
  • 401k matching- up to 4%
  • Paid time off 
  • Flexible paid parental leave
  • Exclusive employee product discounts
  • Weekly wellness programming including manicures & pedicures, massages, and carwashes 
  • Companywide events & outings- we know how to throw a party! Team engagement is at the epicenter of our culture, whether it’s getting together for our annual Fam Jam bash or giving back to our community through a day of service
  • Learning & development opportunities for professional and personal growth

Frida provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected Veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

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