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    Summary

    The Customer Experience Strategist assesses and builds understanding of who engages with the National Gallery of Art onsite and online, implementing data-based strategies that put audiences at the center of the National Gallery’s decision-making. The primary purpose of this position is to manage the development of a robust Voice of Customer/Audience program - including audience research, insights, and analytics to inform and support the Strategic Priorities of the National Gallery. 

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    Responsibilities

    As the Program Analyst, you will:

    • Work with Head of Visitor Experience and Evaluation and a growing team of Experience and Evaluation colleagues to develop and drive roadmap for digital and physical experience, satisfaction, and advocacy efforts.

    • Work as a Key Stakeholder across divisions to co-ordinate a cohesive Voice of Audience process, delivering regular reports, analysis, and audience data to ensure aligned audience-centered thinking and strategy across the organization.

    • Compile and analyze information on the National Gallery’s current and potential audiences, using data to continually review and evidence audience needs. Interpret, analyze, and aggregate data from a variety of sources – and disseminate with recommendations to input into strategic direction of the National Gallery.

    • Support the development and implementation of enterprise wide CX program management tools and standards.
    • Gain alignment on CX surveys, metrics, and methodology with leaders across all National Gallery divisions by synthesizing the needs of these many functions and demonstrating a solid working knowledge of these needs to each stakeholder.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    13

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