Senior Manager of Market and Competitive Intelligence
Our client, a major player in the food manufacturing industry, is seeking a strong competitive intelligence professional to join their team and build out the function from scratch.
This individual will act as the Senior Manager of Market and Competitive Intelligence for the organization and will create the processes, procedures and platforms for collecting and disseminating competitive intelligence throughout the entire organization.
- 7+ years of experience deeply rooted competitive intelligence and market research; food industry and/or B2B experience preferred
- Ability to collaborate with key internal and external stakeholders to identify and communicate intelligence and provide actionable recommendations about market conditions, competitors, consumer purchase habits, and more
- Familiarity with a variety of primary and secondary data sources; skilled at leveraging a range of data sources to help guide strategic business decisions
- Ability to partner with cross-functional teams internally; must also be able to run projects independently as well as manage 3rd party vendors
- Strong written and verbal communication skills – must be able to translate data and findings to non-technical audiences
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize and manage projects at various lifecycles
- MBA a plus
This position is an individual contributor role, but there may be the potential to move into a managerial position in the future. This is a fantastic opportunity to help build a functional area and make an immediate impact within an established global company.
Our client is located in the Atlanta area and salary is commensurate with experience and includes potential for bonus. Local candidates preferred, but our client is open to seeing strong candidates from outside the area who are open to relocating.
Keywords: competitive intelligence, market intelligence, business intelligence, market research, quantitative, B2B, food production, consulting, primary market research, custom research