Junior Analyst
Daymon - Hutchinson, KS

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The Junior Analyst position will provide analytical support on category and marketing projects for Daymon and the Retailer Account Teams.

Support the Business Development and Marketing teams by providing category analysis using a range of syndicated and non-syndicated data resources.
Gain full command and knowledge of Nielsen Nitro, Euromonitor, Planet Retail and Mintel GNPD. Acquire working knowledge of advanced consumer tools such as Homescan, Spectra and MRI.
Access relevant information and make basic observations to support the business case for each project.
Interact with associates within in the Daymon Resource Center and at Account-Based Teams as necessary to ensure that objectives are being met for each project.
Facilitate knowledge sharing throughout the entire organization.

Requirements

0-2 years of experience in analytics, category management, planning and consultation – this could come from a top tier consumer packaged goods company, management consultant, syndicated data company or retailer.
A demonstrated ability to interpret data and think critically.
Exposure to working hands-on with IRI or Nielsen scanner and consumer panel data. Knowledge of other syndicated sources, such as Spectra, MRI, Simmons preferred.
Demonstrated ability to manage tasks and measure own work.
Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing or related field.
Strong communication skills, both verbally and written. Strong presentation skills.
Self Starter; Understands job responsibilities and manages self to achieve objectives.
Strong abilities to independently set priorities, multitask, and self-manage.
Someone who seeks continuous improvement, both in self and in work processes.
Strong PC skills – Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Access
Proven problem-solving skills with the ability to present results and solutions.
Must be eligible to work in the United States.

Experiences

An understanding of the Private Label business from a category and marketing perspective.
Principal and customer interaction
Relationship building
Business planning
Expertise in a wide range of information resources.
Interaction with and exposure to senior management of the company.
A global view of the Private Label industry

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