RAPP Dallas is looking for an Experience Analyst

to join our award-winning team. 

ABOUT RAPP 

Our purpose 

We are the agency absolutely, utterly, fiercely focused on the individual. We use our data, technology and creative smarts to make meaningful, connections with every single person a brand knows. 

As a guiding ethos, RAPP stands up for Individuality. So much as, that's in our agency value proposition. We're committed to racial justice, equality, representation, and unbiased economic opportunity, because we know that the strength of our diversity helps us create our best work. And we believe in harnessing the strength of all our Fiercely Individual people, and the differences among us, because that's the surest way to positively impact our business and network culture. 

Our family 

We are part of the DAS group, which is in turn a part of Omnicom. This group also includes DDB, BBDO, OMD, PHD and other well-known acronyms. 

Our home 

Our dog friendly office is a hop, skip and jump from DFW Airport and a quick Uber to all the sights, sounds, BBQ and tacos of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.  

Our clients 

From opening a checking account to buying a sweet new ride to biting into a Big Mac®, we provide smart solutions for companies like PNC Bank, Toyota, McDonald’s, TXU Energy Exxon and more.  

ABOUT YOU 

You have 2-5 years of experience and a good understanding of marketing analytics experience. You are good with numbers and have a knack for making them meaningful.  

You are an overseer with an ability to understand across multiple channels. You know when to use the right methods to get the best information.  

In your career, you have worked for an advertising and marketing company (or maybe a few) and retail or quick service restaurant client. You can establish KPIs, define learning agendas, and create MDA plans like it's your job - because it is.    

Most of all, you understand that data isn't just numbers. You have an ability to give meaning to the data to give insight into the behaviors of real people. 

What else? Maybe you're an internet podcast geek. Or maybe you create infographics in your spare time. We want to know what makes you, you. 

What else? Maybe you're a podcast geek, or maybe give back to your community. We want to know what makes you, you!

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