Who We Are:

Whistle is an entertainment media brand that creates, curates and distributes brand safe video content that is positive, relatable, and uplifting. We inspire our highly-engaged audience by blending proprietary data-driven insights and showcasing unparalleled in-house production capabilities through original programming across multiple passion points. Join Whistle, our LA based studio, New Form, and recently acquired mobile-first lifestyle studio Vertical Networks if you're looking to make an immediate impact at an innovative company that is quickly evolving to match the changing consumption habits of today's generation. 

We're growing fast and are looking to add top talent to our team that's ready to grow with us! Check us out at teamwhistle.com

Whistle is looking for an Insights Analyst at our New York headquarters.  This is an exciting entry-level opportunity for someone hungry to translate data/research into actionable content, sales, marketing and business insights.

Primary Job Responsibilities:

  • Synthesize large amounts of data from disparate sources into audience insights, content development ideas and marketing recommendations for internal teams & clients
  • Analyze data from YouTube, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, Shopify and Podcast platforms to develop actionable strategies that increase social media video/post performance and channel growth to drive revenue
  • Oversee full lifecycle of analytics for brand partnership campaigns, including proposal development, measurement setup, in-market optimizations and post-campaign reporting
  • Tell digestible stories to internal stakeholders and clients with data; build polished, scalable, insightful decks/spreadsheets that benchmark performance and emphasize recommendations
  • Evaluate ROI of content and marketing plans
  • Assist in design and execution of proprietary consumer research studies 
  • Partner with cross-functional teams (e.g., marketing, sales, programming, media) to understand, document and address their reporting/analytical needs
  • Manage internal tracking and reporting cadence for critical metrics and KPIs

Who You Are:

  • Solid mix of quantitative and qualitative analytical skills
  • Masterful at telling stories using data 
  • Strong intellectual curiosity
  • Rigorous attention to detail
  • Adapt easily to dynamic situations with shifting priorities
  • Comfortable with ambiguity
  • Highly organized self-starter, with ability to manage projects independently and seamlessly juggle multiple competing projects at once
  • Work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
  • Incredible work ethic and eager to dig into the details 
  • Passionate about sports, entertainment and digital media
  • Always up for lively discussion with teammates, ranging from analytical debate to comic banter

Desired Skills and Experience:

  • 1 year+ experience in a highly analytical role 
  • Experience in social media analytics, marketing analytics, audience analytics, consumer insights OR other applicable field at a media publisher/brand or marketing team/agency
  • Avid social media user and digital/social video content consumer; the first of your friends to know about digital trends and emerging platforms
  • Proven ability to integrate multiple data sources and translate them into actionable insights that influence business partners 
  • Expert in Microsoft Excel / Google Sheets 
  • Experience using YouTube Analytics and Facebook Insights preferred
  • Experience using Tableau preferred, but not required
  • Experience with data science / programming languages such as SQL, Python a plus, but not required 

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