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Introduction

Who we are

We are an organisation that exists to drive progress. That's the “red thread” that connects everyone at The Economist Group (TEG). Our businesses share a devotion to innovation, independence and rigour in their fields of expertise. We empower people to understand and tackle the critical challenges and changes facing the world. Our analytical rigour, global expertise and evidence-based insights enable individuals and organisations to make sense of these shifts and chart a course through them.

Our story began in 1843, when a Scottish hat manufacturer founded The Economist newspaper to further the cause of free trade. Since then, we have evolved into a staunchly independent global media and information-services company that provides intelligent thinking for an international audience. We deliver our analysis and insights in many formats to subscribers and clients in 170 countries with four businesses, each of which upholds our global reputation for excellence... and integrity.

Through rigorous reporting, in-depth analysis and global perspective, The Economist explains today’s most important events and seeks to discern the trends that will shape tomorrow. At the core of everything we do is our independence, underpinned by our editorial culture and governance structure.

With subscribers in more than 170 countries, The Economist is one of the most widely recognised and well-read current affairs publications in the world. In addition to the weekly print and digital editions and Economist.com, The Economist publishes Espresso, a daily news app; World in Brief, a daily news and analysis digest updated around the clock; numerous newsletters and podcasts including The Intelligence, our daily news podcast.

The role

In this role, you will be part of the acquisition insights team working in our B2C function. This is an excellent opportunity to join a multidisciplinary team of supportive and highly collaborative insights specialists, data scientists and engineers.

You will work across a multitude of projects ranging from supporting monthly reporting, working with senior analysts to deliver insights projects and help analyse test results. You will be part of a team who delivers tangible difference and whose work impacts day to day decision making at The Economist.

We are looking for a candidate who is curious, looking to learn new skills and with an aptitude for insight. Experience working with analytics data or other large data sets using SQL or other languages is advantageous but not essential and candidates looking to develop their technical skills are also welcomed.

Accountabilities
• Working closely with senior analysts and other members of the team to deliver insights work to product and marketing stakeholders.
• Supporting the team across a variety of different tasks ranging from reporting, to deep dive insights projects and testing.
• Collaborating across disciplines by helping to provide technical requirements to data engineers and business analysts.
• Become an expert in how The Economist acquires new subscribers and how we can optimise our channels and platforms.
• Proactively look for interesting insights and new opportunities.

Experience, skills and professional attributes
• Ability to examine data critically to extract meaningful insights
• Ability to communicate findings clearly to non-technical colleagues
• Experience working with datasets
• Some familiarity with analytics systems
• A proactive approach to problem solving

The following would also be advantageous but not required:
• Experience using SQL for data analysis
• Experience working in a digital subscription or online retail business
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London UK

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