RAMM Data Officer


Deadline Thursday 26 July 2018

Salary £23,866-£25,463 (pro rata)
Hours 18.5 hours per week
Interview Date Between 8th and 10th August

Data and insight are fundamental to the success of of RAMM's business plan, programming, fundraising and management decision-making. This is a new post created to develop a robust framewrk for capturing, analysing, interpreting amd communicating insights into existing and potential users of our services and the impact of museum activities. We are looking for someone who is passionate about data, insight and customer research who can champion the use of data throughout the organisation.  

The ideal candidate will be confident with the tools, technologies and methods of data capture and management including databases and CRM systems. But we are not just looking for a number-cruncher. Rather, we need someone who is able to take a strategic approach to customer research and audience segmentation, is confident interpreting the data and producing recommendations based on evidence.

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