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Analyst: Business Intelligence/Competitive Intelligence

Location: Madison, WI Department: Strategic Analysis Type: Full Time Min. Experience: Experienced Status: Open

The Company

“The perfect antidote to information overload” according to one Fortune 100 CEO, Bulletin Intelligence delivers daily competitive-intelligence briefings to the leaders in Fortune 1000 C-suites and government, including the White House.

We are hiring to cover most industries, including Automotive, Aviation, Aerospace, CPG, Defense, Energy, Financial, Healthcare, Technology and many others.  

Our expert Analysts work overnight, utilizing complex proprietary software, to scour tens of thousands of sources – news, white papers, financial analyst reports, market research, business opportunities, etc. – and distill their core findings into quick-read briefing memos for the most demanding executives in the world, ranging from US presidents to well-known corporate CEOs. Each briefing service is created specifically for each client, focused on its company, competitors and industry, under contracts ranging between $100K and $1MM annually.

The company also has two subsidiaries, Bulletin Media and Bulletin Healthcare, which partner with three-dozen professional associations (American Medical Association, National Association of Manufacturers, etc.) to deliver daily briefings to their members on an ad-supported model, collectively reaching in excess of one million professionals daily.

A fast-growing company (30%+ this year), our annual client-retention rate is 95%+. We are hiring for more rapid expansion, and currently employ 150+ professionals, including over 90 Analysts, with offices in Virginia (Washington DC suburbs), New York City, and Hawaii; a potential near-term expansion to the UK; and nationwide remote-work opportunities for highly-qualified Analysts.

The Position

Our Analysts live at the intersection of digital information, public policy and business and apply layers of sophisticated human judgment to the information explosion in order to deliver the essence of what our clients -- a who’s who of government and corporate leaders -- need to know to start their day. We hire people with substantive experience that lends itself to corporate competitive intelligence. About one-third of our analysts are lawyers, while others have experience in business analysis, market analysis, industry research, executive briefing services, analytics, etc.  Successful candidates need the ability to distinguish between critical, important and non-essential information and must be able to provide insightful briefings that allow senior business executives to begin their day fully prepared. You will be part of a top team using cutting-edge technology in order to research and analyze changing events and information trends.

Qualifications

  • Excellent writing and editing ability.
  • Strong skills in competitive-intelligence analysis.
  • Understanding the information needs of senior executives who manage large businesses in the energy industry.
  • Excellent computer skills and comfort learning advanced technical tools.
  • Ability to work overnight and under tight deadlines.
  • Bachelor’s degree from a leading university; MBA, JD or industry-specific advanced degree helpful.
  • US citizen or permanent resident.
  • A plus: fluency in any common non-English world business language.

Bulletin Intelligence believes in rewarding excellent performance via rapid promotion, pay increases and regular quarterly bonuses. If you love news and other forms of open-source information, thrive under deadlines, and want to have a direct impact on the country’s important decision makers, apply today.

Company Culture

Bulletin Intelligence offers comprehensive health benefits, a flexible PTO program, free parking at our HQ location, an on-site gym, and casual dress code. We are metro accessible (Wiehle) and very close to the W&OD trail. The competitive spirit thrives here. Whether it be in delivering the best product possible to our clients, or running our fastest in a company-sponsored road race, we welcome the dedicated and the driven. Join us.

Bulletin Intelligence is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regards to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, gender identity and sexual orientation or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request a reasonable accommodation as part of the employment selection process, please contact Human Resources at HR@bulletinintelligence.com

Bulletin Intelligence invites any applicant to review the Company’s written Affirmative Action Plan. This plan is available for inspection upon request at HR@bulletinintelligence.com.

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