Brandt is a diverse manufacturing and distribution company that makes equipment for farmers, contractors, landscapers, loggers, manufacturers, miners, pipeliners, railways, roadbuilders, steelmakers and beyond.
As part of our commitment to making our customers more productive and more profitable, we’re investing heavily in new product development.
That commitment includes new facilities, including our multi-million dollar engineering center in Regina, Saskatchewan, new equipment, software, training and hiring personnel that help Brandt deliver value to its customer base.
Reporting to the Sr. Director of Product Strategy the Marketing Analyst position is responsible for providing research and analytical support for the Product Strategy team.
This individual is highly organized and analytical, is a strategic thinker and partners well with others to drive results.
Duties & Responsibilities
Extract and manipulate large data sets to regularly analyze competitive landscape, devise strategies and evaluate results
Assist with the development of industry trends research and identifying new product opportunities
Support the development / launch of new products across the organization and develop a good understanding of the product development process
Assist in the development of business cases for new products by performing market trends research, analysis of the competitive landscape and product rationalization
Analyze business questions, devise strategies, and evaluate results
Become proficient with internal pricing tools, process, and systems
Experience with and superior knowledge of Microsoft Excel
Demonstrated business acumen and the ability to manage multiple priorities in a deadline driven fast paced environment
Experience suggesting and implementing changes to processes and procedure
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Established history of demonstrating the ability to pay attention to detail
Demonstrated analytical, organizational, and planning skills
1-5 years in an Analyst or role incorporating business decisions
Bachelor’s Degree (Quantitative Economics / Math / Stats / Business / Engineering / Computer Science)