New York City, NY, United States
Marvel is looking for a dedicated and highly-motivated Publishing Data Analyst to create and maintain publishing projects using its various databases and online resources on a permanent, full-time basis. Primarily, the Publishing Data Analyst will assist the Sales Department with the creation and maintenance of essential sales metadata and images, navigating through workflows that can be very time-consuming with short deadlines.
The Publishing Data Analyst will establish and deliver metadata that will be used to connect the business relationships between Marvel and its numerous digital distribution partners (e.g., Comixology, iTunes, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble).
This position will drive sales and financial reporting, production schedule tracking, and deliver vital Marvel catalog information to its customers and digital partners.
The primary mission of the Publishing Data Analyst will be to create, modify and maintain print and digital comic sales information and images within our Marvel.com, Oracle and Agile PLM databases. The Analyst will assign all necessary cross reference data, and work with the Sales department to publish stories and images online to engage our readers. The Analyst will also perform data sweeps upon projects featured on the website to validate information is presented correctly online to the world.
The Publishing Data Analyst will provide assistance in analyzing catalog metadata for print titles, send weekly reports to multiple internal departments and vendors, and maintain data integrity
Create and support ongoing maintenance for thousands of customized, front and back list digital projects (comics and collections) in-house and online.
Collaborate with Sales Department to upload weekly stories and images on Comics rotator section of Marvel.com.
Create and support vital cross reference information, such as vendor digital ID numbers, Amazon standard ID numbers and redeem codes, which affect sales and incentive processing.
Gather and upload hundreds of cover images online for catalog, back list and weekly in-line books.
Coordinate with Publishing Operations on metadata confirmation and data clean-up.
Navigate through antiquated database rules in order to make data changes and work with IT to test permanent solutions to those old workflows.
Coordinate with Comixology and other vendors to ensure data integrity between Marvel and its digital partners.
Support various print publishing and Marvel.com workflows when needed.
Basic Qualifications :
Strong analytical, verbal, and written communications skills.
Must have patience, strong organizational skills, and ability to multi-task and prioritize.
Must be computer savvy. Knowledge of how to use a PC and a Mac is required.
Must be an Excel super-user. vLookups and pivot table knowledge is required.
Must have a reverence for accuracy and a passion for lots of manual data entry.
Any knowledge of Agile PLM, Oracle R12, and other MS Office products a plus.
Knowledge of Marvel publishing history not required but definitely a plus.
Job ID: 632399BR
Location: New York,New York
Job Posting Company: The Walt Disney Company (Corporate)
Website : http://disney.com/
The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with five business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive media.