Do we know you?
Tell us about your work experience, career goals, relocation preferences, and salary expectations, and we will present you with the most relevant opportunities.
Although our clients are the ultimate decision makers in the hiring process, we invest a lot of resources in building our network and knowing the best-of-the-best in the analytics and marketing research communities. For the best available opportunities and to stay up-to-date on industry trends and salary information, partner with Burtch Works.
Should we know you?
If you haven’t worked with us before, send a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will review your work experience and see if we might have the right opportunity for the next step in your career.
Looking for more career information about the analytics, data science, or marketing research fields? See our Career Resource Center.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I become a candidate?
Send us a copy of your resume. If your experience aligns with one of Burtch Works’ specialties, a recruiter will contact you to learn more about your skills, job history, and career goals. They will discuss your career goals and relevant opportunities. All resumes will be held in confidence – Burtch Works will never submit your resume to a client without your consent.
Why work with a recruiter?
Our in-depth industry knowledge means we are well aware of industry trends and hiring practices that may affect your job search. And since we are directly in touch with hiring managers and human resources staff, we can assure that your resume gets to the right people instead of disappearing into a stack of resumes.
Many companies choose to work exclusively with recruiters, meaning that there are open positions that you might never know about if you were conducting your own job search. In addition to offering access to some of the best opportunities available in the field, Burtch Works provides free industry research and career advice to our network via exclusive informational emails, our blog, and social media channels.
Are your services free?
Yes, our services are free to candidates.
Who should I talk to if I have questions?
Candidates should email their resume to email@example.com as the first step. You may also call us at 847-440-8555 for more information.
What can I do to be more marketable?
Research the companies or types of positions that interest you the most. Once you have an idea of the types of skills, tools, and experience those positions require, there are many online resources you can use to sharpen your analytics skills or learn new ones.
- Coursera.org offers a variety of online courses from accredited colleges and universities on many different topics from mathematics to statistics to analytics – there is something for everyone.
- Kaggle.com is a valuable resource for experienced and inexperienced data scientists. The site hosts data science competitions and offers access to large unstructured data sets. Participants can see where they rank against other members and further hone their data-crunching skills.
- INFORMS now offers the CAP exam to become a Certified Analytics Professional.
- SAS also offers a SAS certification which can be a good addition to your resume. However, since there is a wider variety of tools available including R and Python, the more tools you know the more marketable your skills will be! We recommend looking at job descriptions for the industries and companies you might be interested in to better determine which tool is the best one for you to learn.
Whether you’re an analytics or marketing research professional, keep your resume current and be sure it highlights your accomplishments and skills. Include any tools or data you have experience with, and major projects that you have worked on. A potential employer looking at your resume wants to see how you can be an asset to their company. Read the job description carefully and include any skills or experience you have that align with their needs.
If you are a student or recent graduate without any work experience, include internships, coursework or project work relevant to the role for which you are applying. For more information, check out our Young Analytics Professionals section.
How can I get into this field?
Companies are clamoring to hire talented professionals in the quantitative fields. They know that the right people can help them maximize the value in their stores of data. Start with an advanced degree in a quantitative discipline such as statistics, business analytics, data science, marketing analytics or other relevant discipline. For more information on how to be successful in this field, visit our Career Resource Center.
See our white papers under the “Young Analytics Professionals” tab in the resources section, which cover topics that are essential for success in the analytics fields.