Looking for a dynamic career with a company that encourages and rewards creativity and fresh thinking?
Do you love turning the complex into something simple and easy to understand?
Do you want to take on a new challenge in a global organisation?
If you answered yes to these, we have the role for you.
We currently have a vacancy for a TV Analyst in our team at Nielsen Television Audience Measurement, the TV ratings company. We are the official source of television audience measurement (TAM) for the free to air networks and subscription television channels in New Zealand.
You will be part of a team based in Auckland dedicated to providing our broadcaster clients with the highest level of service by delivering an exceptional standard of information, assistance and support.
You will need minimum 2-3 years relevant media experience in order to develop strong relationships with our clients to assist them with all their TAM analysis needs.
In this role you will need to build excellent product/company knowledge to assist your clients with:
• Viewing behaviour analysis and data insights
• Resolution of data queries
• Client and industry education
• Analysis software support and training
To join our team you would need to be:
• Curious, with the ability to problem solve and have a strong attention to detail
• Numerate and interested in data analysis
• Enthusiastic, proactive, goal-oriented with the ability to work autonomously
• Proficient in Excel and PowerPoint
• Previous experience using a media analysis software tool is highly regarded
• Well-developed in your written and verbal communication skills
• A team player who actively participates in achieving group goals
Fantastic work. Also hearing great things about the Drive project in low-income communities. Congrats to all involved!
1989 called... They want their idea back. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmNymPocKro
Absolutely, have to admit this was confusing to me and my team as well.
Oh man, this is TERRIBLE!!!!!! So damn confusing...just have a straightforward rationale and stick with it Lightbox...
I like it
As David Ogilvy would say ... perhaps the advertising agency thinks the public find the actual products as boring as the agency does.
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