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eCommerce Council Director

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Cleveland Research Company

We are an independent research firm headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Our firm is comprised of intellectually curious, highly motivated individuals who are all striving to build the best research firm in the business. If you are interested in equity and market research within an environment that fosters teamwork and excellence, Cleveland Research could be the place for you!

eCOMMERCE COUNCIL:  Helping make clients smarter and more profitable by providing research and consulting services on eCommerce & Digital Advertising.  The eCommerce Council Director will play a fundamental role in growing the eCommerce Council and the broader market research business.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

  • Gather leading edge insights by building relationships with key eCommerce contacts through the industry to identify current trends, best practices and unique strategic approaches to eCommerce.
  • Develop written reports with actionable conclusions for clients based on channel research and industry data
  • Create custom research product to meet clients’ specific business needs using data and insights collected from primary and secondary research
  • Create presentations for CRC-hosted calls, events, and industry speaking engagements
  • Lead our weekly research product for clients that identifies key themes across CRC’s coverage
  • Assist in selling the Council to new members and deepen partnerships with existing members by working with our Sales and Marketing team
  • Assist on custom Advisory Services projects including selling and executing deliverables
  • Help to ensure the continued high quality of CRC eCommerce research and develop new research product ideas to keep CRC’s perspective at the leading edge

 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

  • A graduate or an undergraduate degree
  • Must have a minimum of 5 years of relevant eCommerce industry experience
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Well-developed analytical skills and ability to work with and interpret data, as well as extract relevant insights
  • Commercial awareness, tenacity, and keen attention to detail

 

Benefits: Competitive salary plus bonus potential, fully paid health insurance coverage, Dental and Vision Insurance, 401(k) with matching, and variety of other perks.

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