Research Analyst needed in an indigenous television channel

A kids and family entertainment channel requires the following;

Job Title
Research Analyst

Responsibilities
  • Develop and maintain relevant television audience reports and processes to help gather insight in an efficient allocation of programmes
  • Co-ordinate content research for allocated programmes
  • Collect, analyse and interpret all tracking sources.
  • Prepare reports daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, yearly and as needed.
  • Create custom analysis such as: media planning, viewing behaviour, and audience affinity.
  • Collaborate with digital and social analytics team members on cross-platform initiatives including development and tracking of content viewership and brand engagement across platforms and devices.
  • Effectively visualize and present data and insights to key stakeholders
  • Strategic thinking and presentation of industry news and concepts relating to the evolving media landscape
  • Research, analyse and report on changing consumer behaviour and media industry trends
  • Assist with the execution of primary research studies
  • Other responsibilities may be assigned by supervisor/manager
Qualifications
  • Bachelors Degree
  • Experience managing projects and coordinating with others
  • Exceptional communication skills (verbal, written, listening)
  • Must know MS Office; possess expertise with Powerpoint and Excel.
  • Must be accustomed to working with and manipulating large amounts of raw data
  • Strong analytical/problem solving skills
  • High attention to detail and accuracy in high-paced ambiguous environment either in a team setting or independently
  • Ability to effectively handle multiple tasks and projects under deadline pressure
  • Driven individual who takes initiative rather than a wait to be asked mentality.
Method of application
To apply please send a C.V and a cover letter (COMPULSORY) to televisionjobs2017@gmail.com

All applicants must be in good health and able to work under normal production schedules.

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