We are EA!
And we make games – how cool is that? In fact, we entertain millions of people across the globe with the most amazing and immersive interactive software in the industry. But making games is hard work. That’s why we employ the most creative, passionate people in the industry.
What a Research Analyst does at EA:
The Research analyst will design, implement and manage consumer research programs and deliver findings to both game development and marketing teams.
- Lead relevant and timely research that drives business outcomes in product development, marketing, and corporate strategy (recurrent & ad-hoc surveys)
- Partner with Analytics and Data Science groups to enrich insights leveraging internal consumer data
- Partner with other departments to develop tools that lead to better player insights
- Lead the collaboration with other areas of the business on strategic projects
- Communicate findings to a broad variety of stakeholders in a clear way
- Manage research relationships with external vendors and internal partners across multiple time zones in Europe and North America
The next great Research analyst also needs:
- Bachelor’s degree ( MBA /MS a plus)
- 2 - 3 years’ experience in consumer insights or similar field
- Demonstrated experience with independent work in a matrix environment
- English language proficiency required
- Proficiency with SQL including extensive experience with large, complex data sets (R is a plus)
- Good knowledge of Excel including macros, pivot tables, VLOOKUP, charts and graphs
- Proven ability to work in a fast-paced environment, and to meet changing deadlines and priorities on multiple simultaneous projects
- Passion for video games is preferred
- Experience in quantitative research methodologies, including brand tracker segmentation, usage & attitudes studies, positioning research, ad testing, and customer experience
- Ability to process and interpret large amounts of data and to multi-task
- Ability to structure and deliver presentations clearly, crisply, and compellingly