Database Marketing Analyst

Bill Me Later, Inc., a PayPal company seeks, Database Marketing Analyst in Timonium, Maryland.
Job Duties: Responsible for the execution, tracking, analysis, and reporting of all BML campaigns to serve as the subject matter expert in marketing analytics. Responsible for the creation and maintenance of appropriate MIS, list management, incentive execution support, program P&L creation, and ad hoc analysis. Architect BI reports and dashboards that monitor platform performance and business health, provide executive summary, highlight major KPIs and identify problem areas across multiple payment types and customer segments. Develop and maintain cross functional proficiency within selected department, including Finance, Operations, Platform and Credit.
Minimum Requirements: Masters degree, or foreign equivalent, in Engineering, Statistics, Mathematics or closely related quantitative discipline or Bachelors degree, or foreign equivalent in Engineering, Statistics, Mathematics or closely related quantitative discipline and five (5) years of experience in the job offered or five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the field of statistics/data analytics.
Special Skill Requirements: Experience must include the following: SQL; SAS; database query language; internal customer units; marketing analysis; statistics; marketing research; Microsoft Office products including: Excel, Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint; BI and analytical tools including SQL Server Integration Service, Tableau, and QlikView; SQL Language in Teradata and Oracle databases; BTEQ and MySQL for ETL. Any suitable combination of education, training and experience is acceptable.
Must be legally authorized to work in the U.S without sponsorship. Submit resume with references to: REQ. #: HL882(JV) at: HR (CUBE 4120B), 2065 Hamilton Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125. EOE

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