Marketing Analyst |
- Use Your Marketing Skills to Change the World!
You love winding your way through the labyrinth of the Internet, looking for information and trends. You could be happy spending hours searching for the most hidden fact or statistic. You get excited when you find that rare piece of information that will help set a corporate strategy in motion. You know all the latest research tools and the best ways to use them. You use data to create compelling marketing communications. Now you°d like to take those skills and make an impact on the world. If this describes you, then we need to talk.
A subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University, iCarnegie Global Learning LLC is a world leader in providing educational strategy to governments, businesses, universities and primary and secondary school systems. Our expertise has been employed by governments and private employers to establish world-class universities, to develop competitive cutting-edge curricula for teachers and students, and to meet the specific requirements of ever-evolving job markets with training for working professionals and executives. iCarnegie delivers top quality, highly scalable training and academic programs internationally with a focus on job outcomes and a practical ‘learning by doing ’, story-centered approach. We are active worldwide, with successful partnerships, engagements and project implementations in China, India, Kazakhstan, Australia, Mexico, and Colombia, among many other countries.
We are seeking a full-time Marketing Analyst to collect and analyze data so that we can evaluate existing and potential product and service markets, generate more sales, achieve better customer satisfaction, and understand and anticipate market trends. You will identify and monitor competitors, research market conditions or changes in the industry that may affect sales, and use survey results to help us create marketing campaigns based on preferences and buying habits.
- A bachelor°s degree in marketing, business, or a related field
- Three to five years of experience in international market research
- Strong written and verbal communications skills
- A demonstrated ability to multi-task
- Resourcefulness and the ability to be self-directed
- An advanced degree in marketing or business administration is preferred