Marketing Analytics Strategist

Partner Services · Portland, Oregon
Department Partner Services
Employment Type FT Exempt
Minimum Experience Experienced

Who Are We?

Thesis is a creative marketing agency in Portland, OR. We’re hell-bent on humanizing the relationship between people and brands, which starts with our teams: real people making real work. Come as you are. Bring what you bring.


That sounds intense. But make no mistake, we also play real hard.


Who You Are:

Do you have a deep background and passion for digital marketing? Do you enjoy grabbing insights and turning them into actionable marketing strategies? 


We’re looking for someone who is confident in crafting a cohesive digital strategy that resonates with end users, drives conversions, and builds loyalty. With proven experience with channel analytics and marketing content strategy, you know all the digital tools in the arsenal and enjoy coming up with innovative ways to elevate clients’ brands. You're data-driven, but not data-constrained.


The Role:

Tasked with identifying opportunities to use consumer knowledge and marketing science to influence decision-making. This role also requires someone who will be able to work cross functionally with a variety of teams, including digital product managers, other analysts and creative teams to shape the landscape of marketing content. 

Marketing Optimization: Translating consumer insights, which could include member journeys, marketing channels, seasonal insights. You’ll stay up-to-date with digital marketing and channel trends. You understand contemporary best practices, but know when to ignore them in pursuit of innovation. 

  • Grounding design and creative work with clear frameworks
  • Bringing the brand to life with compelling copy, assets, and experiences
  • Comfortable collaborating on multi-channel strategies 

Collaboration: You’ll have the opportunity to work with brilliant minds across multiple disciplines and marketing functions, proactively identifying broader opportunities. By partnering with cross-functional teams, you refine digital brand experiences through technology, design and content.  

  • Guiding brand teams through smarter strategies and up-to-date digital trends

Analytical Insights: Distill data insights and recommendations into presentations and action plans informed by digital audits, research, and analysis, along with additional stakeholder


Requirements:

  • BA/BS degree or equivalent work experience
  • 5+ years experience in digital marketing, product marketing, and/or content strategy
  • Exceptional project management skills with a keen eye for detail
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • An understanding of the marketing, media and digital advertising landscape
  • Experience with creative storytelling, synthesizing channel insights, and the ability to bring consumer data to life for marketing stakeholders
  • Ability to work in fast-paced and dynamic environment; proven track record working across complex cross-functional teams


But even better, you have experience with:

  • Qualitative and/or quantitative research experience 
  • Pulling and analyzing raw data using tools such as: Databricks, Tableau, SQL,
  • A/B testing experience (.com, apps, email, push notifications, social platforms)
  • Athletic retail industry - understanding of athletic consumer mindsets and industry trends


Still with us? 

Cool! Let's talk.


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It's a new way of thinking, of working, and of moving through the world. At Thesis, we prioritize diversity, equity, and inclusion. You'll see this in our hiring practices, growth plans, and workplace programs—because our agency, our work, and our society are better when diverse perspectives come together.

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  • Location
    Portland, Oregon
  • Department
    Partner Services
  • Employment Type
    FT Exempt
  • Minimum Experience
    Experienced