Hall & Partners helps clients build brand relationships that matter enabling our clients to understand people, helping them to build commercially and emotionally rewarding relationships. This helps people get the brands, products and services they deserve.
Our teams manage a wide range of qualitative and quantitative domestic and international projects for an enviable list of high profile clients across a wide range of categories; everyone works on a mix of clients and markets.
Our work is brand and communications focused and we are growing our capabilities more broadly to offer a variety of solutions for our client's issues. One of these growing capabilities is using social media data to complement other sources of data to help inform our client's strategy.
The Modellers uses predictive models and other statistical methods (multivariate techniques, clustering/segmentation, conjoint/choice modeling) to provide strategic marketing insights to our wide range of clients. However, the job goes beyond that, as our statisticians consult with the senior team, programmers, project managers and external clients.
As a Statistical analyst within The Modellers team, you will assist with research design and will be responsible for analyzing data from experiments, surveys, and other sources. You will be client-facing and have the opportunity to not just run models but help drive research methodology and affect business decisions. You will constantly work with partner firms to develop innovative research solutions.
What are we looking for?
Excellent communication skills. Our analysts work with both internal teams and external clients via e-mail, phone calls and in-person presentations. Analysts review and contribute to proposals, survey design and reports.
Proficiency with statistical software such as R, SAS, and SPSS and office programs including Excel.
Practical experience running analyses and predictive models such as linear or logistic regression, conjoint/choice models, segmentation/cluster analysis, econometric modeling, discriminant analysis, decision trees, factor analysis, and machine learning applications.
Demonstrable experience of working in market research or a similar field
In-depth understanding of primary marketing research. (Desirable)
Estimation and setup of experimental designs (Desirable)
Bachelors or Masters degree in statistics, economics, or other quantitative area background. (Desirable)