Business Analyst with Unica Affinium Campaign Experience

New York, NY

Job Description

Title: Business Analyst

Location: Ney York, NY

Duration: 6+ Months

Interview: Phone then Skype


Required: Tasks & Duties


Looking for a highly self-motivated Business Analyst – Campaign Documentation that can help document of existing processes in preparation for migration to a next generation platform. 

The ideal candidate will be able to translate Unica Affinium Campaign and SQL Server scripts into clear language describing the business intent and technical implementation of customer-facing processes.

They will also seek to identify opportunities to implement best-practices and develop a documentation template that will be supportable in the future.


Duties and Responsibilities:

-Gather and document requirements for Marketing Business Intelligence initiatives including campaign specifications and documentation of underlying views

-Participate in UAT of new features -Perform impact analysis of upcoming enhancements

-Collaborate with campaign developers and business owners to ensure campaigns are functioning as intended and following best practice  


Minimum Qualifications:

5+ years experiences as a Unica Affinium Campaign developer/analyst

Experience writing and documenting SQL scripts

Exposure to business problems common to database marketing including householding algorithms, compliance, and data cleansing.

Excellent written communications  


Requirements and General Skills:

Our team is experienced in implementing change within a rapidly growing company in an environment that is challenging and dynamic with multiple stakeholders and competing priorities.

Successful candidate will possess:

Experience with Marketing Databases

Ability to be flexible and adaptable when dealing with change

Ability to allocate time efficiently, handling multiple demands and competing priorities Standard work environment  


Technical Skills:

Preferred: 5+ years experiences of Unica Affinium Campaign

5+ year experience in relational databases,

preferably SQL Server or Teradata