Advanced Analytics Manager

Who We Are

Lenati is a premier consultancy helping companies develop innovative and disruptive customer experiences. We work across the customer lifecycle – acquisition, engagement, CX, and loyalty – to build stronger customer connections. As the strategy & design service line of ProKarma, we have a global footprint that enables us to scale solutions across strategy, design, prototype, and development using cutting-edge technology to deliver high-value experiences. A career at Lenati means you have the opportunity to provide insight, guidance, and winning strategies to Fortune 100 clients while building your personal brand as a thought leader.

The Advanced Analytics Manager will lead designing and delivering innovative analytics and data science solutions to clients in a variety of verticals. This role will be responsible for  building relationships with current clients to find new opportunities for the team. You’ll assist strategy-side leadership in crafting a vision for data science on strategy projects as well as driving your own relationships with client-side technical decision-makers. You will be responsible for managing a team of data scientists, analysts, and technical managers to implement that vision.

What You'll Do
  • Be an authority on data science industry best practices and practical applications for the team and the organization
  • Assist business development teams with project estimation, scoping, and planning
  • Serve as the engagement lead - manage all client interactions and expectations while keeping the projects on track
  • Lead team - facilitate workshops, encourage collaboration, assign workflows, provide feedback, and mentor 3-8 consultants
  • Work with strategy-side teams to create solutions, as well as other functional practice areas at Lenati, including Design and Digital, Reporting Services, and Insights

What You Bring

  • Ability to provide strategic input on all projects the team is involved with, from business development and proposals to solution execution
  • Expertise at communicating with data scientists and business decision-makers, able to translate a business problem into a technical solution
  • The desire to engage in business development, sales, and building relationships with clients
  • Previous experience developing and implementing solutions in R, Python, and SQL
  • 4+ years of experience working on data science, advanced analytics, and machine learning topics in a business context
  • 2+ years of experience leading a technical team, managing competing deadlines
  • BS or MS in a quantitative field such as computer science, data science, statistics, or engineering
  • Preferred experience in other languages in addition to R, Python, and SQL, including F#, Scala, Java, C#, or Go
  • Preferred experience with other database tools such as Hadoop, Spark, or MapReduce, as well as experience in database design
What We Have
  • High growth opportunities 
  • Community – supportive work environment
  • Social board – a group of awesome people who plan mini golf, wine tastings, paint nights, trivia, March Madness brackets, monthly catered lunches, and more
  • Flexible hours and locations
  • Snacks and refreshments
  • Competitive medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • Paid holidays, vacation, maternity leave, sabbatical and generous sick time
  • Matching 401K
  • ORCA transportation subsidy


Lenati is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetics, disability, age, marriage status, pregnancy status, political affiliation, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations, and ordinances.

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