The Head of Research and Analytics leads Team Rubicon's efforts to deliver impactful brand strategy and execution based on analytics and insights. Your objective is to ensure we drive business-critical KPIs to better understand our audiences, including volunteers and donors to optimize our marketing best practices. This role is mission-critical to the organization - research and analytics are the lifeblood of Team Rubicon's strategic marketing functions: fundraising, volunteer activation and brand awareness.
Team Rubicon is a 501(c) that brings the unique opportunity of benefiting the survivors of humanitarian or disaster crisis, which is a space that is more in-demand every day and is executed by our 120,000+ volunteer force of largely military veterans. If you're a Market Research and Analytics professional who's tired of making stuff that's used to shill luxury clothes and laundry detergent at the behest of corporate suit bosses or spastic ad agency clients...AND you dream of using your skills to instead help people on their worst day...read on.
The successful candidate will have deep experience in qualitative and quantitative research, analyzing data and translating raw information into actionable insights that can be easily understood and utilized by the entire organization. In this role you'll provide leadership for one highly-skilled in-house marketing analytics and insight manager (with the likelihood of more in the future). The role is located at Team Rubicon's National Headquarters office in Los Angeles, CA and reports to the Chief Marketing Officer.
Team Rubicon's rapid growth is built upon our unique business model that connects the unparalleled capabilities of veterans with a new, humanitarian mission. But more importantly, it's built on the grit, talent and commitment of our people. Our culture requires individuals foolish enough to think they can change the world, and smart enough to have a shot. Every day is a challenge, but every challenge brings opportunities to help disaster-affected communities when they need it most. We're looking for a leader with demonstrated ability to adapt, overcome and achieve in a fast-moving, fast-growing, mission-driven environment. Only the most awesome candidates should apply, period.
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