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Senior Customer Intelligence Analyst - London

Xcede Recruitment Solutions
16 November 2012
14 December 2012
Jeremy Bogush
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£45000 - £55000 per annum + benefits

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Senior Customer Intelligence Analyst - London

Role: Customer Intelligence Analyst
Salary - to £60k+benefits
Location - London
Key skills - SPSS, SAS, SQL, Data Manipulation, Data Mining, Segmentation, Logistic Regression, Predictive Analytics, Propensity modelling, Linear Regression, presentation, Insight, CHAID, marketing

Customer Intelligence Analyst skilled in manipulating large customer data sets, applying a range of analytical techniques, and presenting actionable insight to clients, required by an international data consultancy in London.

Working with clients and internal analysts you will help solve specific business questions by carrying out analysis on client customer data. Using data from multiple sources (including Loyalty card and transactional etc.) you will be applying analytical techniques such as Data mining, segmentation, predictive modelling, and propensity modelling to solve business problems, suggest changes to marketing strategy, and to help support current strategy.

You will be degree educated (ideally in mathematical or statistical discipline) and possess around 5+ years commercial experience in an analytical role. You will be well versed in SPSS (and ideally SAS) along with SQL. You should have exposure to using a range of analytical techniques including Data mining, segmentation, and regression. The abilitty to present findings to senior stake holders is essential.
Any team leading experience would be a plus.

The company offer award winning training in areas where you need development.

For this and other analytical roles across the UK and Europe please send a copy of your CV.

Xcede Recruitment Solutions

UK`s leading recruitment companies specialising in the Digital, and Business & Customer Intelligence sectors.
Investors in People REC (The Recruitment & Employment Confederation)

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