Publishers Clearing House, headquartered in Port Washington, NY is a multi-channel direct marketer of value-based merchandise, magazines and promotional offers and a leading provider of digital "play and win" entertainment. PCH is looking for a self-motivated, eager college student to join our team as a Marketing Business Analyst Intern for the current Spring semester and into the Summer. This internship is located in our NYC office, near Union Square. We are a collaborative team who values input from everyone and you will have an opportunity to work closely with the PCHPlay&Win Marketing team on a wide range of projects.
Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Gather data from PCH systems including Google Analytics, Customer Data, Email, etc. and format using Microsoft Excel
Prepare performance reports for PCHPlay&Win properties covering traffic, revenue and key performance indicators
Work with Director of Marketing to analyze the performance of PCHPlay&Win properties in order to identify marketing and monetization opportunities
Work with both NYC and Port Washington-based teams to support the implementation and execution of Marketing initiatives across the PCHPlay&Win properties
Perform competitive analyses, prepare documentation and presentations of findings
College student pursuing degree in Marketing or a related field
Strong analytical skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Excel
Familiarity in mobile marketing tracking and analytical tools such as Google Analytics a plus
Excellent time management and project management skills
Strong written, verbal and interpersonal skills
Desire to learn and grow
Join our winning team and apply today!
Apply by submitting your resume and cover letter online at www.pchjobs.com or by emailing email@example.com
This is a New York based position. Candidates must reside in the tri-state area.
PCH is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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