Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Market Intelligence Manager

Market Intelligence Manager

Boy Scouts of America - Irving
Job Overview:

Performs analysis of consumer, product and market data pertinent to market
and competitor trends. Provides data to various departments relative to
latest market segment trends. Researches trends and changes within the
market segment and reports as necessary to ensure proactive efforts in
order to meet market and the objectives of the Boy Scouts of America.

Primary Responsibilities:
Responsible for trend reports and producing statistical reports and
analyses related to markets and competitors. Provides input and actively
participates in all competitor analysis and benchmark projects.
Participates in task force initiatives, cross functional teams, cost
reduction projects and value-added activities.
Leads market specific research projects and develops research proposals and
recommendations based on findings.
Responsible for coordination of services of data analysis and information
provided through researchers.
Monitor and document all marketing messages coming from our competitors,
including press releases, case studies, product announcements, and lead
generation partnerships. Use that knowledge to develop competitive
marketing strategies and tactics in conjunction with our marketing team.
Qualifications/ Experience:
Bachelor's Degree is required.
Eight to ten years of demonstrated experience conducting analysis of market
and competitor trends is required.
Proven communicator with a broad range of corporate communications with
strong and persuasive writing and oral presentation skills.
Experience working with cross functional teams to provide reports and data
in an effort to meet organization's objectives.
Ability to understand client issues and to translate them into effective
research designs.
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and adjust to rapidly
changing priorities; must be able to maintain high standards for research
quality, while dealing with limited budgets and tight deadlines
Research, analyze and report on digital trends in the market and among
Experience with nonprofit organizations is highly desired.

The National Council, Boy Scouts of America is an equal opportunity
employer. In addition to offering a competitive annual salary that starts
at $65,000, the BSA offers benefits to include major medical, prescription
coverage, dental, vision, life-insurance, long-term disability, accidental
death, and a defined benefit retirement plan. We also offer a generous
vacation policy (begins after completing one month of employment) and 11
holiday observances.

Qualified candidates should send a resume with a cover letter, salary
history, and writing sample via email to:


The subject line of the email should include the words, Market Intelligence