Acosta USA (Florida)

  • Analyst, Research - Acosta Insights

    Work State US-FL
    Job ID
    Work City
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Work Zip
    Starting average hours per week
    37.5 +
  • Overview

    The Analyst of Research will support client, customer, and internal business objectives through our Shopper Insights Shopper Community team.  The Analyst of Research will be involved in the creation of survey designs, programming, data analysis, and final report presentations on an array of CPG topics and will execute deliverables by utilizing many market research methodologies.




    1. Problem solving – ability to think in a linear logical thought process
    2. Research Skills – ability to assimilate relevant data sources and hone in on key insights that drive business recommendations
    3. Business and Financial analysis – ability to quantify and model the economic impact of various business scenarios
    4. Interaction with Senior level positions at our clients and customers
    5. Consultative presentation skills- must be able to present to both large and small groups
    6. Project management
    7. Computer – statistical software, excel, PowerPoint with the ability to quickly pick up new software like IRI, Spectra, and ACNielsen, and other research tools
    8. Time management – ability to work several projects simultaneously
    9. Evaluate Research Tools – help determine strategic research tools for Acosta


    • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent work experience required.
    • 3+ years experience in research and statistics.
    • Must have a high degree of proficiency in Windows and related software applications including spreadsheets, word processing, and graphics. 
    • Must be able to effectively communicate with others including presenting one on one and in large groups. 
    • Must possess excellent written and verbal communications skills. 


    Sorry the Share function is not working properly at this moment. Please refresh the page and try again later.
    Share on your newsfeed