Team Whistle is looking for a detail-oriented and highly organized person to join the Insights and Analytics team as a Research Analyst. This is an exciting opportunity for someone with 1-2 years of market research experience to join a team of high-performers and support on research. 

Primary Job Responsibilities 

  • Writing & Programming Online Surveys - design, program and run Brand Lift Studies to measure the effectiveness of branded/sponsored content and media
    • This includes survey writing and programming, working with vendors to oversee sampling, and ensuring data quality
  • Analyzing Survey Data - quantitative analysis (including data cleaning, tabulation, and benchmarking) and qualitative analysis (including thematic analyses like coding)
  • Visualizing Survey Results into Slides - visualize data and build decks to clearly communicate results to non-research oriented stakeholders
  • Pulling Audience Insights for Sales' Pitch Decks - use internal dashboards, third-party tools like comScore and first-party social media data, as well as conducting quick-turnaround primary research consumer studies

Required Skills

  • 1+ years experience in research or analytics (experience at an agency, publisher, vendor, or in-house research team preferred; advanced graduate coursework and/or internship experience will be considered)
  • Mixed-Method Research - knowledge of methodology and comfortability working with qualitative and quantitative data 
    • Online surveys - writing, programming, and fielding (Experience fielding surveys using Qualtrics, OnePulse or similar software)
    • Free-Text Comment Analysis - reviewing and extracting overarching themes and key findings from free-text survey responses
  • Survey Data Analytics - proficiency with Excel and/or Google Sheets segmenting and analyzing survey data as well as synthesizing written comments - ideally you have experience in qualitative data coding 
  • Data Storytelling - ability to synthesize data to tell compelling stories through presentations/deck (primarily using Google Sheets/Microsoft Powerpoint)

Desired Skills (Not required - “nice to haves”)

  • Digital Media Measurement - Proficiency in synthesizing audience insights platforms such as Comscore, MRI-Simmons, ListenFirst
  • Social Media Analytics - Knowledge of YouTube analytics, Snapchat Discover analytics, Facebook/Instagram analytics or other social platform native tool experience 
  • Advanced Data Visualization - Tableau or other data visualization tooling 
  • Data Programming - such as Python or R

Who You Are 

  • Curious 
    • You’re entrepreneurial and solutions-oriented, with a “get it done” mindset
    • You are plugged into culture/media trends and are eager to chart the future 
    • You love and actively use social media/video-sharing/viewing platforms
  • Research & Data Expert
    • You have a solid mix of quantitative and qualitative analytical and methodological skills
    • You’re a strategist who can tell stories with numbers
    • You’re comfortable working with data sets 
    • You have a rigorous attention to detail 
  • Collaborative & Communicative
    • You have a sense of humor; you don’t take yourself too seriously
    • You enjoy collaborating with and assisting members of the team as well as across different departments within the organization (e.g. no task is too small)
    • You’re a concise communicator 
    • You give clear context and over-communicate project timelines

Sample Projects in a Typical Month:

  • Collaborating with Marketing to run primary research studies and conducting secondary research to support pre-sale efforts (ex. How our audience's interest have similar cross-over passion points to consumers of a video game producer)
  • Partnering with Account Managers to write, refine, conduct, and convey findings of media effectiveness studies that are aimed at gaining consumer insights about a branded campaign (ex. How a big-name quick service restaurant sponsored content resonates among our audience)
  • Partnering with our Original Content team (talent, production, strategy, etc.) to assist on content research (ex. Surveying our audience to understand if a specific talent option we are considering for one of our YouTube shows is interesting to them)

At Team Whistle, we’re proud to offer a wide range of benefits. These include:

  • 80% of employer paid medical, dental and vision insurance premiums for employees and family members;
  • Unlimited paid time off;
  • Fully paid primary and secondary caregiver leave (10 and three weeks, respectively);
  • 12 months of free online therapy through Talkspace;
  • Annual membership fee covered for One Medical, a membership-based primary care practice offering both digital health and in-office care.

Team Whistle is currently operating remotely.  

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