Category Analyst - DB Breweries
Join the brand behind most of New Zealand’s favourite brews and you could really go places – in every possible way.
At DB/Heineken, you’ll be part of one of the largest beer and cider brewing companies in the world. With more than 250 brands in 70 countries, we’re behind many Kiwis’ favourite brews – probably even yours. So things just got very interesting for your career.
As a Category Analyst, you’ll support the DB Business through provision of analytics, insights, data interpretation and reporting by utilising Power BI, AC Neilson, IRI, BW and Planogram software packages. While there are standard weekly and monthly reporting requirements, your ability to prioritise adhoc requests from stakeholders across the business through effective time management will see you excel in this role.
There are different software programs, and reports available that enables you to effectively interpret data and gain key insights. But your strong communication skills ensure you identify and understand the purpose of your stakeholder’s requirements, and communicate compelling stories which ensures effectiveness of your role.
You may be a current analyst wanting to move into an FMCG organisation, or you may be within FMCG looking to step into a more analytical role.
Opportunities don’t get much better than this. You’ll join a fun environment, with enthusiastic people who care about a good drop. We value innovation and individuality – it’s a place where you can feel free to be yourself, and be confident to share your ideas about how we can be even better. And sustainability’s a key part of how we do business, because we know that a company of our size has both the influence and the responsibility to consider our impact.
If that sounds good to you, there’s more. Career progression opportunities at DB/Heineken are limitless, so if you’ve got a thirst for adventure it’s the place to be. You’ll find opportunities to work across different brands, business units, roles, and even countries.
See what we mean when we say you could go places?