At Code3, we operate at the intersection of media, creative and commerce.   We have a rich history across the past ten plus years - we launched as SocialCode when Facebook was the only social media platform.  The industry has evolved since then, and we’ve kept changing with it. In addition to becoming experts in emergent platforms, we also have a performance creative group and a full service analytics team. We live and breathe these platforms every day and are committed to being proactive partners to clients like AB InBev, Chipotle, LVMH, Heineken, Danone and Gap.

The Performance & Analytics team drives reporting, insight, and data-driven decision making for Code3’s clients by providing scalable, tech-driven data and analysis. Analytics & measurement play a key role in solving some of the most complex challenges facing marketers today.

Responsibilities

  • Utilize your experience in all things digital marketing, from data sources and metrics to advanced marketing strategies
  • Understanding the business problems that our clients are posing and help our teams to build reporting that showcases performance
  • Focusing on key questions and translating data into insights that clients find simple and powerful
  • Proposing solutions for our clients instead of seeing problems
  • Prioritizing the quality of deliverables over speed
  • Actively manage ongoing client reporting deliverables and be able to expediently make adjustments to existing reports based on client requests
  • Analyzing digital marketing performance to define high-level trends as well as actionable insights
  • Relevant experience with business intelligence tools (e.g. Looker, Tableau)
  • Writing SQL/PostgreSQL queries (window functions, subqueries) to access and analyze data
  • Successfully partnering closely with cross-functional team members
  • Partner with your Performance & Analytics team members to continue building and maintaining best practices across client reporting and analysis deliverables

Requirements

  • BA or equivalent with emphasis on coursework in a quantitative discipline
  • 2-4 years of digital marketing analyst experience, preferably in a reporting and analytics role at a digital marketing agency
  • 2-4 years of experience building dashboards using business intelligence tools (e.g. Looker, Tableau)
  • 2-4 years of client facing experience

Preferred Skills

  • Relevant experience with data exploration tools
  • Proficiency for data acquisition and manipulation, modeling, and data visualization of findings
  • Knowledge of relational database schemas, data storage, and reading and writing efficiently with SQL/PostgreSQL
  • Experience in working with large data sets and performing quantitative analysis
  • Experience in digital marketing preferred
  • Solid organizational and time management skills to manage workload and meet deadlines
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects at a time while paying strict attention to detail
  • Self-starter who is comfortable with a rapidly-changing environment.
  • Critical thinking ability
  • Proficiency with G-suite and Microsoft Office
  • Ability to provide clear written and verbal communications
  • Energetic, relentless drive to succeed, TEAM player

Some of the ways we'll support you

  • Full benefits, 401k (with match) & generous pension program
  • Thoughtful parental leave and return program
  • Ample PTO, holidays, and holiday closure in December
  • Ongoing learning and development opportunities
  • Commitment to transparent DE&I practices
  • Convenient, snack stocked office spaces in awesome cities

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