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AR Job Opening – Neustar

Analyst Relations Manager

  • Job ID: 2009-2415 (click here to apply, search on job ID)
  • Location: US-VA-Sterling
  • Posted Date: 11/23/2009

Overview:  The Industry Analyst Relations Manager owns and builds analyst relationships to propagate messaging, positively influencing analysts to speak and write about Neustar.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops analyst plan in support of line of business and corporate goals.
  • Assists in go-to-market, product launches, and vertical and geographic market growth via analyst relations activities.
  • Ensures Neustar written coverage. Stays current on upcoming research agendas and coverage areas and reaches out as applicable.
  • Utilizes social media to determine analyst influence, tonality and plans appropriate response.
  • Innovates. Continuously seeks improvement. Stays current on best business practices. Seeks out of the box methods to improve.
  • Executes on thought leadership component of AR through trend research / surveys.
  • Develops metrics and reporting.
  • Manages contractual relationships.
  • Stays on top of analyst opinion of Neustar and analyst opinion on trends. Able to report on both to senior management.

Qualifications:

Minimum of 6 years of experience in a communications or marketing field. Will consider a sales or project manager background as well. Must have basic computer skills. Must have a college degree. AR experience a plus but not mandatory. Some knowledge of project management is a plus. Must be internet and application savvy. Knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook a must.

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