Do you love communicating complex data in a highly visual and actionable way? Do you have a passion for problem-solving and analysis and the ability to organise and work with complex sets of data? Are you a master of spreadsheets (or similar analytical software)?
Greenpeace International is looking for a Insights Analyst to join our international team of data experts and contribute to Greenpeace’s vision of being a truly data-informed organisation.
Greenpeace couldn’t exist without the support of millions of people from around the world. ‘People-powered’ campaigning, engaging and working alongside others, is key to Greenpeace’s mission to create change. Understanding our audiences old and new plays a huge role in achieving that.
This role will work closely with the Senior Insights Analyst to develop deep knowledge about our audiences (donors, on- and offline activists, volunteers) and help drive insights into strategy. It demands flexibility, proactivity and the ability to balance priorities, both individually and as part of the wider organisation. In exchange, it will also provide lots of opportunities for development, including new systems and tools, and working with different types of engagement data and projects across our network of over 50 countries.
Are you someone who:
- is an effective communicator and is able to work collaboratively in a culturally diverse environment
- has the ability to develop ad hoc tools for analysis
- has strong data visualisation skills, can formulate insights, champion them and drive them into action
- a good understanding of marketing / engagement processes and relevant KPIs is desirable
- has analytical knowledge of database structures and designs or a willingness to learn
- Someone who is excited about learning and the opportunity to develop their technical skills with a supportive team
This full time position is offered for a two year fixed term contract which requires working closely with our global team who are dispersed across world time zones.
Location for this role is at one of the Greenpeace Organisations in either Mexico or Latin America (subject to agreement). Because remuneration is dependent on location, this can be discussed during the finalisation process.
What we are looking for:
- At least 2 years experience in an analyst function, contributing to the monitoring of growth, engagement, communications or mobilisation strategies.
- A detailed understanding of direct marketing, digital marketing, CRM and appropriate KPI’s.
- The ability to translate data conclusions into actionable recommendations and to communicate the conclusions of complex data analysis to non-expert audiences.
- Experience in working with multicultural senior staff and teams and across borders.
- A good understanding of business and financial planning.
- Knowledge of Business Intelligence systems
- Mastery of spreadsheet software (ie. Excel) and similar analytical software. Ability to organize and work with large sets of data.
- Desirable to have experience with data analysis programming languages : Visual Basic, SQL, R and/or Python
- Desirable to have experience with Tableau
- Analytical knowledge of database structures and designs
- Ability to develop ad-hoc tools for analysis and forecasting
- Fluent written and spoken English.
- Highly proficient in time management and used to working with tight deadlines’
If you meet this criteria and wish to apply, you may send your CV (in English) and cover letter (in English) here. Deadline for applications is 2nd January 2020 at 23h59pm CET Amsterdam time.
For additional questions about the vacancy or the recruitment process, you can contact our Recruitment team at [email protected]
Greenpeace International is an equal opportunity employer with a longstanding commitment of providing a work environment that respects the dignity and worth of each individual. We recognise and value the benefits and strengths that diversity brings to our employees and the whole organisation and we thrive in an environment that encourages respect and trust. We do not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of age, ancestry, citizenship, colour, disability, ethnicity, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any other legally protected characteristic.