Fuschl am See, Austria
The position plays a key part in integrating data and turning insights into actions, starting with spearheading the future Statistical Modelling Agenda, develop statistical modelling capabilities in-house and to identify areas of opportunity. The position will be based in Red Bull Headquarter in Fuschl am See / Austria.
In this role, we'll trust you with leading innovative data modelling initiatives. You'll be responsible for our company's capabilities to understand, extract, clean and integrate data from a range of systems. You'll focus on Marketing Mix Modelling, research and develop techniques in this field enabling strategic decision making across multiple Global markets. To do this successfully you'll work need to Project Manage multiple analyses taking place concurrently across the year.
As part of our team, you'll support all stakeholder model building needs, & build predictive modelling data infrastructure, present and prove model value through testing and statistical validation. You'll take over working with Corporate BI teams on enterprise data as well as the different marketing teams to build an integrated picture of the Red Bull business to faster right decision-making. In addition, you'll work on analytic automation, working with cloud computing, to enable faster insights & easier repeatability.
You'll train existing talent for specific data science & analytics all while identifying areas of opportunity. This means, you'll actively research new techniques and best practices within the industry.
As an employer, we value diversity and support people in developing their potential and strengths, realizing their ideas and seizing opportunities. The job advertisement is aimed at all people equally, regardless of age, skin colour, religion, gender, sexual orientation or origin. Due to legal reasons we are obliged to disclose the minimum salary according to the collective agreement for this position, which is EUR 2.191 gross per month. However, our attractive compensation package is based on market-oriented salaries and is therefore significantly above the stated minimum salary.