Practitioner-Market Research

IBM
0 to 1 Year
Posted on 12 Jun 19
Job DescriptionLast Date 11 Aug 19
Practitioner-Market Research

Role and Responsibilities:
  • As Practitioner -Market Research, you are responsible for product and feature coding of retailer data across a variety of product sectors. 
  • You are involved in coding new article features and matching Electronic Point of Sales (EPOS) data to a master product database.

Required Professional and Technical Expertise:
  • 0-1 year of experience in Market Research, especially in a Retail sector
  • Proven comprehension skills with proficiency in Computers
  • Experience in managing intricacies, ability to lead assignment with minimum or no supervision
  • Demonstrated knowledge in analyzing data with an ability to write reports with no data interpretation errors

Preferred Professional and Technical Expertise:
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office applications.
  • Experience in using search engines like google is highly preferred
  • Ambitious individual who can work under their own direction towards agreed targets/goals.
  • Ability to manage change and be open to it good time management and maintain sanctity of deadlines
  • Proven interpersonal skills while contributing to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
  • Maintain technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing publications.

Preferred Education: Master's Degree

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