Marketing Data Analyst

Job Location IT-Zola Predosa (BO)
Posted Date 7 months ago(23/02/2021 08:21)
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Established in 1879, Officine Maccaferri is a leading international provider of advanced solutions to the civil, geotechnical and environmental construction markets, offering a wide range of solutions: from erosion protection to hydraulic works and from rockfall mitigation systems to soil reinforcement.

Officine Maccaferri is a global company, with more than 70 subsidiaries operating in 5 continents, with an on-site presence in more than 100 countries.


  • Lead the strengthening of a solid data culture based on the understanding of market and customers dynamics
  • Support the adoption of data driven processes and decisions
  • Analise large set of data with the aim of producing actionable insights
  • Create analysis and reporting to support Business Units and Regional Markets
  • Develop custom data models, algorithms and predictive models to support the identification of business patterns and support business decisions
  • Drive market research activities (e.g. market sizing, competition, customers segmentation)
  • Support the implementation of processes to collect, organize and manage data through DB
  • Support the implementation and the right adoption of Business Intelligence tools and CRM


  • Degree in Data Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Maths or related field
  • 2-3 years of work experience. Background in similar positions is a plus
  • Fluency in English
  • Good knowledge of Excel (including pivot tables) and PowerPoint skills
  • Knowledge of Business Intelligence tools (Power BI and Qlik preferred)
  • Understanding and utilization of CRM tools and Digital Analytics
  • Knowledge of Python, VBA and/or other programming languages is an asset such as the knowledge of Machine Learning techniques
  • Problem solving skills and analytical mindset
  • Result-driven attitude, thoroughness, proactivity and good interpersonal skills.


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