Partner Insights Manager

With 150 million+ Pinners and tens of billions of Pins, there’s a massive supply of data on Pinterest and the foundation of our next-generation discovery efforts. The Partner Insights team couples this data with an understanding of Pinner attitudes and macro market trends to frame the opportunity for our advertising Partners who are making people’s inspirations a reality through organic and paid investment on Pinterest. We’re looking for a Partner Insights Manager who will guide the vision and showcase Pinterest as a thought leader to both our Partners and in the industry.

What you’ll do:

  • Work closely with Partner Insights Leads and Analysts to execute studies with topics ranging from consumer behaviors, vertical insights, ad formats, and best practices
  • Experience executing strong Insights stories that are inclusive of several types of data sources including internal behavioral data, qualitative and quantitative studies, and syndicated research
  • Establish cohesive insights strategy and execution across your team
  • Knit closely with cross functional teams to identify key strategic questions for the business that can be answered through Insights
  • Grow the measurement science and insights organization by attracting and retaining strong talent

What we’re looking for:

  • 10+ years of leadership experience within insights or analytics in the digital space
  • A track record of thought leadership and experience in qualitative and quantitative research design
  • Experience leading or growing teams in a hyper growth environment
  • Experience working with syndicated resources like comScore, Nielsen, Kantar
  • Strong analytical skills working with multiple sources of data

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