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2 months ago
Salary: £40000 - £45000 per annum + 3 Year FTC
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Business sector: Both
Contact: Fiona Lucas
Sector: Travel
Category: Ecommerce Marketing Jobs

This multinational travel company is looking for an Ecommerce Analyst to add instant value to this growing team - read on if it sounds like you!

Ecommerce Analyst-£40,000-£45,000-3 year FTC-London

An established global airline company based in West London.

As Ecommerce Analyst, you will be delivering great digital insight to drive revenue and provide innovative recommendations for their ecommerce platform. Your main duties will be:
- establishing the digital and content optimisation programme and providing analytics and actionable insights
- working closely with the Scrum team to define and develop the ecommerce road-map and personalisation programme
- ensuring multivariate and A/B tests are correctly configured for reporting
- acting as the voice of the customer to deliver business value

To be considered for this great Ecommerce Analyst role, you must meet the following criteria:
- significant and demonstrable experience within a similar ecommerce analyst role, including data segmentation, ecommerce reporting and funnel analysis
- experience of working within Agile methodologies
- an excellent understanding of engagement and ecommerce KPIs and tools including SEO, social, email and acquisition
- experience of A/B testing and personalisation as well as SQL and pivot tables

If this Ecommerce role sounds perfect for you then apply today! All applications will get a response.

Ecommerce Analyst-£40,000-£45,000-3 year FTC-London

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