Golin is seeking an Senior Manager to join our Dallas Insights and Analytics team. This is an awesome opportunity for anyone who loves to solve problems, make strategic recommendations, and consult on digital and earned media campaigns to join Golin and have an immediate impact.

For this specific role, you should have a skillset that includes several analytics-related competencies. But if you’re missing something, we can teach you. This role isn’t about knowing the back end setup of Facebook or having your Google Analytics Certification (though it’s awesome if you do!). It’s about connecting the dots between something you saw in Twitter Analytics, a finding from Instagram, and a trend from your favorite brand on social. It’s about looking at media coverage and understanding what’s working and what’s not. Then you need to use your findings to make a strategic recommendation for Golin clients.

From there, you have to sell it. In a lot of ways, the internal Golin team is both your ally and your client. You have to make them believe in the recommendations that you are making. This can take the form of a quick, but well-informed email, a meeting on Teams, or a formal presentation deck with cool visualizations that help tell your story. That’s why our ideal candidate not only has an interest in how social media and earned media campaigns tick, but at the core, is a great marketer and communicator. This is a must.

Sound like you want to “Go All In” with us? Here are the details:

What You'll Do:

Each day will be dynamic and full of strategic decisions, constantly changing priorities and creative discovery. You will be accountable to:

  • Help lead the insights and analytics team, directing and managing multiple analysts to deliver award-winning client work on time and on budget
  • Serve as a creative, analytical mind on the team to provide strategic recommendations for developing and improving social media and earned media campaigns
  • Use web and social media analytics platforms to measure campaign success and provide data-backed recommendations for optimization
  • Use Excel to the max, analyzing media coverage for trends and patterns that inform recommended actions
  • Serve as a data journalist by uncovering strategic findings and insights using a range of digital analytics techniques, such as social listening, to help support business objectives, advance storytelling, and drive engagement
  • Work closely with other junior and senior team members to compile, synthesize and analyze data sets. As well as, assisting with report creation and presenting to the client.
  • Understand client background and needs, including general business strategy, industry issues, products and services, key customers and competitors in the marketplace
  • Understand social channels and identify emerging opportunities for a diverse client set

To Qualify You Must Possess at least 50% of the list:

  • Coursework in some form of marketing analysis, journalism, PR, mathematics, statistics and/or social science is preferred
  • Basic understanding of principles of communications, digital marketing, and news media
  • Strong verbal and written communication, organizational and time-management
  • Experience working with or interest in data visualization tools and creative ways to display information
  • Keen eye for data trends and the ability to investigate and articulate factors that may account for these trends
  • Show enthusiasm, passion and curiosity about digital/social/earned media analytics
  • Possess critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Know how to prioritize and be adaptive to change
  • Be highly motivated and eager to learn 

Requirements:

  • You must have your Bachelor’s degree
  • 5-8 years of experience in digital analytics, market research or related field; agency experience preferred
  • You must have knowledge and be comfortable working in Microsoft Office tools, specifically Excel. You must know what a Pivot Table is and know how to use it.

About Us:

We are a progressive public relations agency designed to reach the profoundly diverse market. Inclusion is a core value for Golin and we are focused on establishing a culture that is intentionally inclusive, potently diverse and uncompromisingly equitable.

Our expertise ranges from brand-building and cutting-edge digital content to corporate reputation and healthcare advocacy. We align earned-first, data-driven creative with the customer journey to deliver maximum impact for clients. Our roster includes many of the largest CPG, retail, food, healthcare technology and consumer service companies in the world.

We were named PRWeek's Global Agency of the Year – in both 2019 and 2020 – and a winner of a 2019 Gold Cannes Lion – the first in PR! We go all in for our clients and our people. We challenge our employees to be courageously happy and have empowered them to do so by offering our Life Time benefits including unlimited time off, enhanced family care, the ability to work from anywhere and a monthly health and wellness benefit stipend. Our culture is built around happy people who are the best at what we do.

 

Golin is proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.

We make our careers website accessible to any and all users. If you need an accommodation to participate in the application process, please contact us at JobAppAccommodation@ipgdxtra.com. This email address is not for general employment inquiries or vendors; rather it is strictly for applicants who require special assistance accessing our employment website. Due to volume, messages sent to this email address that are not related to an accommodation cannot be answered.

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