Marketing & Advertising Agency
From entry level to board level hires, we’re all about finding the best talent across data science, analytics and insight specialisms. With a broad network across media, retail, fintech, agency and start-up land, we love working with clients at the cutting edge of the fast-growing data market.
£350–£450/day (1 month (Rolling contract))
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The head of insight oversees all market research for a business. This includes quantitative, qualitative and continuous research. Their responsibilities include managing the research budget, delivering all research projects, deriving data-led insights to the business or for clients; and managing the team.
A head of insight will earn between £60,000 to £100,000 a year depending on budget and the size of the role.
Chief insight officers can earn up to £150,000.
Driving advanced business decisions with large sets of data. A data scientist is the bridge between development teams and the rest of the business.
You need a mix of specialist skills for this role as well as good commercial understanding. Data science combines advanced analytics, with deep learning understanding, such as building algorithms and machine learning techniques.
You will need advanced academic qualifications, such as a PhD or MSc in quantitative subjects such as computer science, physics, maths, statistics or engineering.
There is a data science course available with General Assembly and Coursera. There are also industry experts and corporates leading their own academies, such as McKinsey and the ASI Data Science Fellowship.
Employers will want to see strong experience of programming languages such as Python, SQL, R, Hadoop, Pig, Hive or Scala. They also will look for detailed examples of theoretical data science techniques, or an online portfolio of coding or models that you’ve created.
Entry, 40k up; senior 60-80K; principal 80-100k; head of/lead – 100-150k.
A digital analyst is someone that looks at data to understand the performance of websites, social and digital products.
They work across different digital channels and work to define the digital strategy of a business – both in implementation and measuring performance.
No, this isn’t essential - but being good with numbers is a must. It’s common for people in creative and marketing roles to become digital analysts.
Employers will look to see experience of tools such as Adobe, Google Analytics and Sprinklr.
To really stand out you need to show how you’ve used them and the impact your analysis had.
Junior | £25,000 - £40,000
Mid-level | £40,000 - £60,000
Senior/head of | £60,000+